F1 heads into the unknown as the outskirts of Delhi hosts it’s first GP.
More will be known after practice but Sebastien Vettel is Totesport’s 5/4 favourite ahead of the race while Jenson Button, 3/4 with Sportingbet to win the Championship ‘without Vettel’, is 4/1 at Skybet to take victory.
Lewis Hamilton looked much-improved last time out in Korea but he is out to 7/1 with Boylesports to win in India after being handed a 3-place grid penalty for ignoring caution flags. He is out to evens with Skybet to make the podium.
Michael Schumacher has always had massive popularity in India, he is 150/1 with bet365 to steal a win, a large 25/1 () to inch into the medals and, more realistically, 6/4 at Paddy Power for a top 6 finish.
Narain Karthikeyan, who has best placed 17th this season, gets a drive for HRT in his homecoming and is an amazing 500/1 with Blue Square to grab a surprise top 6 position while he is 80/1 with Ladbrokes to reach the top 10, surely worth a pound or two.