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The stage has been set for a sizzling-hot start to the Formula 1 calendar in 2012. Come the 16th – 18th March 2012, the F1 Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne gets underway to rapturous applause. This prized contest sports the world’s top racing car drivers in a battle royale for pole position and glory. Sports betting sites such as 888sport provide punters with top betting selections, live in-play bets, free bets and top odds for the championship. Internet betting aficionados can immerse themselves in F1 betting and racing, from the comforts of home. Among the most likely predictions are the following F1 odds:
Sebastian Vettel at odds of 6:5
Fernando Alonso at odds of 4:1
Lewis Hamilton at odds of 9:2
Jenson Button at odds of 13:2
Mark Webber at odds of 11:1
Felipe Massa at odds of 33:1
Nico Rosberg at odds of 33:1
Michael Schumacher at odds of 40:1
Kimi Raikkonen at odds of 66:1
As the UKs leading online bookmaker, 888sport prides itself on providing punters with competitive betting odds ahead of the March 16th -18th showdown in Melbourne, Australia. Further, all online punters can enjoy free bet options at 888sport – the top predictor of F1 race results. These include generous sign-up bonuses. Players can enjoy top promotional offers such as the Guru Promo. As a SportGuru, players can predict the scores and win cash for real. Prediction of the outcomes is always a rewarding experience at 888sport. As one of the leading UK online bookmakers, 888sport makes it possible for players to enjoy free bets up to $50 with the 88th minute special offer. And if players win by 8 lengths there is a free bet worth up to $50 available to punters too. Each way final bets on 3 places in the aforementioned betting table are at odds of 1:5.
Final Betting Selections, Standings, Results and Race Fixtures
The Melbourne race date is the 18th March 2012 on the Albert Park track. There are 58 laps in the contest with a circuit length of 5.303 km. The race distance is 307.574 km and the record was set by Michael Schumacher in 2004- 1:24.125 – a lesson in history. Highlights of the FIA Formula One World Championship can be found online and on sporting channels. The practice runs for the contest take place on the 16th and 17th March, but the race itself is on the 18th March. All the results, fixtures and standings of the top drivers are posted on F1 websites. The F1 Australian Grand Prix is the 1st F1 contest of the calendar year. It is followed in March by the F1 Petronas Malyasia Grand Prix in Kuala Lumpur on the 23rd – 25th March 2012.