Last year’s qualifying race gave a little hint for pro f1 racer Lewis Hamilton crash and burn in the race that followed. Tragedy hit in the first lap when a turn meant that he would collide with teammate Nico Rosberg, and he did. Hamilton betting odds reflected this exact situation. This saw them both drop out of the race. While there was little reaction from the German driver, there was the talk of the British racing star quitting the Mercedes outfit though later on they were disproved as being merely water under the bridge.
Mercedes, though looked as though they had started fishing for a new driver for the remaining season’s races but when the Brit went on to claim six out of seven titles in the Monaco races; matters were eventually put to bed. A new racing season has opened up and if the Monaco comeback is anything to go by, then bettors have been given something of a reassurance that Hamilton might pull through: that is if there aren’t any crashes and finger pointing in the upcoming Spanish F1 in May. Hamilton odds can be compared using an aggregator for optimal results.