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2016 Australian Grand Prix Odds

Lewis Hamilton Mercedes Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix

Mercedes pulled off a 1-2 finish at the Australian Grand Prix with Lewis Hamilton winning and Nico Rosberg finishing second just under 1.5 seconds behind. The 2016 Formula 1 seasons kicks off down under once again and Mercedes' dynamic duo will look for a repeat performance at Albert Park.

No driver has won the Aussie Grand Prix in back-to-back seasons since Jenson Button accomplished the feat back in 2009-2010, but Hamilton, last year’s F1 Champion, certainly stands a great chance. At online shop Bovada, the Brit is the favorite at -120 while his teammate Rosberg is +225.

Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen, who won the race at 2013, is fourth on the odds board at +1400 while his teammate Sebastian Vettel, the 2013 winner, is third on the board at +500.

Felipe Massa of Williams finished third in last year’s race, though only 11 drivers were able to complete the race. The Brazilian driver comes in at +800.

One driver to look out for could be Daniel Ricciardo. The Australian still has a chip on his shoulder after originally finishing in second place in 2014 in his home race, only to be later disqualified for illegal fuel flow. He finished sixth last season as the opening race of the season was a foreshadowing of what to expect from Red Bull throughout the season.

Here is a look at the odds for each driver ahead of weekend practice and qualifying.

2016 Australian Grand Prix Outright Winner Odds

Odds as of March 16 at Bovada

  • Lewis Hamilton -120
  • Nico Rosberg +225
  • Sebastian Vettel +500
  • Kimi Raikkonen +1400
  • Valtteri Bottas +5000
  • Daniel Ricciardo +6600
  • Felipe Massa +8000
  • Niko Hulkenberg +10000
  • Sergio Perez +10000
  • Carlos Sainz, Jr. +10000
  • Daniil Kvyat +10000
  • Max Verstappen +10000
  • Fernando Alonso +12500
  • Jenson Button +15000
  • Kevin Magnussen +30000
  • Jolyon Palmer +75000
  • Romain Grosjean +75000
  • Felipe Nasr +100000
  • Marcus Ericsson +100000
  • Esteban Gutierrez +150000
  • Pascal Wehrlein +150000
  • Rio Haryanto +250000

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