Formula 1: Against The Odds

Spanish Grand Prix Data Sheet

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pdf-icon.jpg OK, we are back after a three-week break that has seemed like an eternity and our battle with the bookies recommences. The evidence on the data sheet indicates a procession, but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t money to be made…

Title: Spanish Grand Prix Data Sheet | Format: PDF | Filesize: 81.8kb

The pole-sitter going on to take victory in nine out of the last ten races is an astonishing statistic. In 2000, the only race where this didn’t happen, the victor Mika Hakkinen started from a lowly second on the grid! The fastest lap data only backs up the fact that one driver can often dominate this race weekend.

The other piece of information that jumps off the page is the average winning margin; nearly eighteen seconds is very high and never in the last ten years has it been less than five seconds. SkyBet are offering 5/6 on a winning margin of six seconds or more; that looks generous.

More thoughts to follow through the weekend…


Written by f1punter

April 26, 2008 at 12:54 am

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