Formula One World Championship Race Abu Dhabi

Published Sunday, November 15, 2015 -
Formula One World Championship Race Abu Dhabi

The world of formula one racing is in full swing with the latest international competition in Brazil finishing with many gamblers just waiting for another chance to pick winner of the next race. This exiting and colourful sport garners many fans who watch the season as it travels to racing venues all over the planet. The masses of information that the sport generates is fun to follow with analytics from every angle and position. The quickest and most reliable machines and drivers are pumped for the World Championship coming up in Abu Dhabi.

Lewis Hamilton the driver favoured to win has already secured the FIA Pole Trophy, having amassed eleven pole positions so far in the season. Hamilton leads Sebastian Vettel by seventy-six points, with Hamilton's team-mate Nico Rosberg  a further four points behind in third. The recent win by Nico Rosberg in Brazil has put the team in good standing with the bookies. Every major online book maker is offering a deal that can’t be refused with competition for the gambler’s attention. On  November 29th in Abu Dhabi these young men will compete for the World Driver’s and World Constructors championships. Mercedes is again on the front line and the Brazilian race that Nico Rosberg just won pulled an average of 201.392 miles an hour.

The old guard should move aside with Max Emilian Verstappen a Belgian-Dutch racing driver who competes under the Dutch flag in Formula One with the Scuderia Toro Rosso racing team. His machine isn’t the  fastest, and the 18-year-old made mistakes and finishing 10th, but he revealed a few moves he may very well be a future world champion in the making, his move past Grosjean on Lap 32 in particular was stunning. He did it again past Nasr, Eighteen years old and bold enough tackle the get the attention of a few competitors. The final race will put the icing on the cake for fans of Formula One 2015 betting opportunities.

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