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ISSUE 169 WEDNESDAY 12 MARCH 2014

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AND THEY’RE OFF…! CASH-IN ON THE NEW FORMULA 1 SEASON NOW...

Formula One has undergone a technical revolution for the 2014 season, the biggest tech shake-up since the 1980’s with the headline engine change from a V8 to a V6 a real tester for the teams.

INSIDE THIS ISSUE... F1 SEASON 2014 Drivers’ Championship SEE PAGES 1 & 2

F1 SEASON 2014 Rule Changes and 2014 Calendar SEE PAGE 3

F1 SEASON 2014 The Constructors’ Championship SEE PAGE 4

Then came the news every neutral F1 fan wanted to hear – Red Bull are struggling – but when you have the likes of Adrian Newey and Andy Damerum in control of the situation, a solution is never far away.

F1 SEASON 2014 Back Lewis Hamilton @ 16/1 SEE PAGE 5

That said, given where they are right now, it would be a motorsport miracle if they were able to turn this one around in quick time – with the works teams, like Mercedes and the Ferrari in particular, looking so good… so early…

F1 SEASON 2014 Season Match Bets SEE PAGE 6

2014 DRIVERS CHAMPIONSHIP For the second year running I’m opposing Red Bull. Thanks to the generosity of their competitors (and a midseason rule tweak) they recovered to land another Drivers’ and Constructors’ double in 2013, but it’s hard to see that happening in 2014. They might recover, but Red Bull won’t be getting a leg up from either the FIA or the likes of Mercedes or Ferrari.

F1 SEASON 2014 Back Mercedes Down Under SEE PAGE 7

THE BACKPAGE All the bets in this issue – at-a-glance. SEE PAGE 8

Last season was a farce for Formula One and I was happy to see the

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ISSUE 169 // Wednesday 12 March 2014

WHERE MY MONEY’S GOING... I’m giving a slight edge to Hamilton in the contest only because he has been there and done it when required – the bookmakers are predictably pro Hamilton though, giving him a 28% chance of landing the 2014 Drivers’ Championship whilst Rosberg is reckoned to hold just a 17% chance. I’m betting Rosberg far shorter than the market price here. I was 4/1 about the German with much of that margin pumped into the prices of Jenson Button, Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen. Hamilton looks a bit of value also – but more as a saver than anything else so I’ve ‘dutched’ the pair with most of the profits being generated by the bigger price

...the bookmakers are predictably pro Hamilton though, giving him a 28% chance of landing the 2014 Drivers’ Championship...

FORMULA ONE 2014 DRIVERS’ CHAMPIONSHIP TIP

Nico Rosberg to Win

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£10.00

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16th March – 23rd November 2014

11/2 – 5/1 (minimum)

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Lewis Hamilton to Win £5.00

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11/2 AT

5/2 – 9/4 (minimum) 5/2 AT

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sensibility of the tech changes for 2014. These changes were instigated by personnel that clearly know their motorsport and I’m expecting an entertainment packed Australian Grand Prix to undo most if not all of the damage done by the tyre tinkering of 2013.

SLOW RENAULT… These radical spec changes have created a technical headache for all of the F1 teams, but it is without doubt the Renault powered teams that have struggled the most with the new power unit creating a plethora of reliability issues – namely Red Bull, Lotus, Caterham and Toro Rosso. The works teams (Ferrari and Mercedes) have a big edge going into the new season – the only question is whether the leading teams for the 2014 season can make this early advantage count. Ferrari failed to kick on in 2013 (not all their fault I know) and the McLaren stumbled when they had their chance in 2012 (totally their fault), but I’m confident that the Mercs of Rosberg and Hamilton will take their chances in 2014. Mercedes, who posted eight of the top ten times in Bahrain testing, look to have it all going for them in 2014. There is harmony in the garage with both Rosberg and Hamilton having a fairly decent team relationship – they’ve known each other since the early days and they respect each other’s abilities. They are never going to be best friends like they used to be when they were team mates in the world of carting aged just 14, but as we saw last year, when team orders come into play, Rosberg played ball – and you get the feeling Hamilton will too. I’m not looking further than Mercedes for the Drivers’ Championship title this season. They have been designing the current F1 W05 since the start of 2013 and as Hamilton said when he joined the team, his move was geared towards a title challenge in 2014 with his first season behind the wheel basically a live testing session. And to make matters even better for the Brackley based team, Rosberg and Hamilton literally could not be better suited by the ‘racer’ element that the 2014 changes have forced into the sport. On page three and page five I’ve detailed the main spec tweaks introduced by the FIA for the forthcoming season, and both Rosberg and Hamilton will be well-suited by the new ‘racing’ environment

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F1 SEASON 2014 // RULE CHANGES – PART I

2014 FORMULA ONE – SPEC CHANGES PART I You say you want a revolution – Well you’ve got one now… The 2014 F1 season will have seasoned motorsport pundits going back to the drawing boards with a whole host of revolutionary changes made to the exterior design, engines and powertrain in a bid to create a competitive sport that has the viewer on the edge of their seats. And for the FIA’s sake, I hope they’ve got this right.

Last season’s tyre fail caused an untold amount of damage to the sport. The season was ok up until maybe halfway, but interest quickly waned as the sport done a U-turn on the compound and shoe design which left the likes of Ferrari – who had prepared well for the 2013 specs – high and dry with nowhere to go. Don’t ever tinker with the tyres like that again were my thoughts at the seasons end – and thankfully, it looks as though we will have no rubber dramas in 2014. Just a plethora of tweaks to what can only be described as more rigid categories such as the engine, fuel loading and the aerodynamics Let’s take a look at the changes to the engine…

ENGINE & GEARBOX The naturally-aspirated 2.4 litre V-8 engine has gone – to be replaced by a turbocharged 1.6-litre V-6 lump that will rev up to 15000 rpm (3000 less than the V-8) whilst packing a 620 horsepower punch (150 horse power less) – the ERS (Energy Recovery System) will be responsible for replacing that shortfall and is expected to produce between 140-160 more horsepower, so after a lot of tinkering, the teams should have the same power output available to them.

You can see straightaway the intentions of the FIA with these changes. They wanted to inject a shot of excitement into the sport and unlike last year, I’m confident these engine changes will satisfy their wishes. It doesn’t stop there though – flick to page five for some more spec changes

FORMULA ONE – 2014 SEASON CALENDAR 01 AUSTRALIA

(Melbourne)

March 14 - 16

02 MALAYSIA

(Kuala Lumpur) March 28 - 30

03 BAHRAIN

(Sakhir)

April 4 - 6

04 CHINA

(Shanghai)

April 18 - 20

05 SPAIN

(Catalunya)

May 9 - 11

06 MONACO

(Monte Carlo)

May 22 - 25

07 CANADA

(Montréal)

June 6 - 8

08 AUSTRIA

(Spielberg)

June 20 - 22

09 GREAT BRITAIN (Silverstone)

July 4 - 6

10 GERMANY

(Hockenheim)

July 18 - 20

11 HUNGARY

(Budapest)

July 25 - 27

The ERS system (like KERS but without the kinetic bit) is fancied to be the saviour of F1 – KERS produced about 60kW of power for six seconds per lap, ERS generates double the power for thirty-three seconds. What this means is a massive surge in acceleration cash to spend… and heaps of torque which can only result in one thing – position battles galore.

12 BELGIUM

(Spa-Francorchamps) August 22 - 24

13 ITALY

(Monza)

September 5 - 7

14 SINGAPORE

(Singapore)

September 19 - 21

15 JAPAN

(Suzuka)

October 3 - 5

16 RUSSIA

(Sochi)

October 10 - 12

And the cherry on the top… an eight speed box that will smooth the powertrain out far better than the ‘old’ seven speed version; believe me, the drivers should be paying to drive these cars not the other way around.

17 USA (Austin)

October

31 - November 2

18 BRAZIL

(São Paulo)

November 7 - 9

19 ABU DHABI

(Yas Marina)

November 21 - 23

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ISSUE 169 // Wednesday 12 March 2014

F1 SEASON 2014 // THE CONSTRUCTORS CHAMPIONSHIP

2014 CONSTRUCTORS’ CHAMPIONSHIP… When the early prices for the 2014 Constructors’ Championship market were first published, I couldn’t believe how short the compilers had installed the Red Bull team. Forget for a minute the spec changes for the forthcoming season. I was initially more concerned about the point’s expectation that the price demanded of Red Bull rookie Daniel Ricciardo. RED BULL 2014

FERRARI 2014

MERCEDES 2014

It’s tough enough when your first ‘big’ job is lining up to drive for the reigning world champions – to be expected to fit in seamlessly is hard to comprehend. The one thing that Ricciardo has in his favour is that there is a readymade excuse labelled ‘Power Unit Woes’ waiting to be plucked off the shelf – but that doesn’t change the fact that the pressure to improve when the car improves will be there for all to see somewhere around midseason.

I was disappointed with the Ferrari last season – the rug was pulled from under their feet for sure when the FIA backtracked on the tyre compounds, but where was the protest? Considering the team had designed their car to suit the initial spec of the tyres, it would have been totally understandable for Ferrari to exercise their power of veto (pretty confident Red Bull would’ve done just that) but the Maranello based outfit stayed pretty quiet apart from the odd grumble here and there.

The Mercedes lit up the testing sessions, but what I am more impressed about is just how organised the team looked at both Jerez and Bahrain. The Mercs had their fair share of problems at both venues – understandable hitches during this stage of the preseason – but they smoothed them out really well.

We saw the reaction of Vettel in 2013 when the car was struggling, and had the tyre compounds stayed the same for the entire season. I’m pretty confident that the top of the Drivers’ Championship leader board would’ve looked a fair bit different to the farce we ended up with.

In anticipation of the revolutionary changes in 2014, Ferrari have brought in Kimi Raikkonen to replace Felipe Massa and that can only be good news for a team that has invariably been running with 1.5 drivers for a while now – Massa was better last season, but he was still a fair way short of the kind of output Kimi will bring to the table.

Vettel doesn’t like coming second in anything and how he copes with the likely non podium finishes during the early part of the season will dictate his overall mood in the garage during a time where the team will need to stick together

There are a couple of key factors here – whether they improve enough to beat the Merc… and how long Kimi takes to settle into his new team. I’m positive about both factors, but not positive enough to make them my main constructor’s wager

Hamilton’s front wing failure at Jerez, that caused him to crash into the barriers at turn one, was flicked to one side as the team went on to relentlessly stack up more mileage than any team – with fewer technical issues also. The Mercedes team went on to record one of the best testing sessions I’ve seen for a while on day three of the Jerez testing schedule with the pair completing 132 laps in anger – with not a single problem for the techies to worry about. In Bahrain things were a little more complicated with an engine change and a gearbox failure costing the team some testing time, but overall the results were excellent again – and the garage looked as cool as ever when tested

As for the rest, well, McLaren are the bookmaker’s fourth favourite, but I cannot have a team that are dumping their engine manufacturer in 2015, winning the Constructors’ Championship in 2014 with the engine they are casting aside. The driver package doesn’t look as points rich either – especially in this low downforce environment

WHERE MY MONEY’S GOING...

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Mercedes to Win

Ferrari to Win

£10.00

£2.00

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11/10 – Evens (minimum)

4/1 (minimum)

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11/10 AT

4/1 AT

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TIP

16th March – 23rd November 2014

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I like the Mercedes team at the odds against served up by BetFred and Totesport – with Ferrari in as a saver

CONSTRUCTORS’ CHAMPIONSHIP

PRICE

Williams could be this season’s surprise package – running a Mercedes lump is going to be an early season advantage but once again, I’m not that happy with the driver set up when it comes to squeezing out a big season points haul.

FORMULA ONE 2014

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F1 SEASON 2014 // SPOTY / RULE CHANGES – PART II

BBC SPORTS PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR. I remember backing Lewis Hamilton for Sports Personality of the Year (SPOTY) for us back in 2007 at the ripe old price of 16/1... he ended up as short as 1/16 at one stage but was eventually undone by Joe Calzaghe who grabbed 28% of the vote after his immensely impressive win over WBA World Champion Mikkel Kessler on November 4th of that year – perfect timing for the SPOTY awards night.

There’s also some other factors counting in Hamilton’s favour – his presence on Twitter will help, he’s been quite active on there recently and has near on two million followers. From pictures of his dog, Roscoe, to sensitive timing data, his timeline is pretty entertaining and he’s getting plenty of fan interaction, too. He’s also more personable than he was during those two keys seasons back in 2007 and 2008 and has definitely carved himself a fan base that spans a wide spectrum of profiles – young, old, male, female, they are all fans of Hamilton.

TV/ AWARDS SPECIALS BBC SPORTS PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR 2014 December 2014 TIP

Given the average nature of the sporting year in 2014, it could very well be a case of third time lucky for the Brit, who, as we have already discussed, has tested very well for the Mercedes team in preseason.

As ever – winning SPOTY is the double… wins his discipline and then goes on to top the Sports Personality table, and if he does have the Drivers Championship under his belt, Lewis would have to be shorter than 7/2 to land SPOTY from there

Lewis Hamilton

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LEWIS CAN DO IT...

The cherry on the top is that the spec changes will make for a Lewis style season of driving to the max – and there will be plenty of thrills and spills for the VT man to have fun with on finals night if he gets there.

£1.00 – Each Way*

PRICE

Lewis finished second in the SPOTY market the following year too – the Brit landed the Drivers Championship this time, but failed in the face of a huge vote campaign by the British Cycling Organisation who pushed the well-loved Chris Hoy over the line with a massive (but false) multi vote total.

16/1 (Minimum 12/1) 16/1 AT

12/1 AT

*Each Way terms: 1/5th odds 1,2,3 places.

2014 FORMULA ONE – SPEC CHANGES PART II We’ve discussed the changes made in the Engine and Gearbox departments – now it’s time to take a look at the body changes and fuel load changes …

AERODYNAMICS FRONT – It’s all about the Mary again. After last year’s safety tweak, the nose height will be dropped a stack – from a max height of 550 mm to just 185 mm – a reduction of over 12 inches. Added to which there has been an 8.33% reduction in the width of the front wing, which will now be 1,650 mm wide (from 1800 mm). REAR – All eyes have been on the exhaust set up since the end of 2013 – the twin-pipe system has gone, to be replaced by a single pipe system that must be angled upwards, therefore reducing the aerodynamic edge generated by using an exhaust blown diffuser.

There’s method to these changes – they combine to produce less down-force, hence the car will be more volatile on the track, thus it will be driver skill that wins races, with the cars needing to be ‘driven’ every mile in anger.

FUEL This is one area where I felt they could’ve made a change last season, but the FIA planners wanted the fuel weight to wear the tyres. In 2014 though, there will be a 100 KG per car weight cap on the fuel allowed to be used by a team – a huge change from the average 160KG used by teams last year. Less weight means higher racing speeds and again, less down-force so it will be a puzzle for the teams to get those V6 engines working to their most efficient

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ISSUE 169 // Wednesday 12 March 2014

F1 SEASON 2014 // SEASON MATCH BETS

FORMULA ONE – SPECIALS SEASON MATCH BET – DANIIL KVYAT V JEAN-ERIC VERGNE

SEASON MATCH BET – NICO HULKENBERG V SERGIO PEREZ

The bookmakers think the Toro Rosso team driver head-to-head is one of more competitive of the 2014 season, but I’m of the opinion that we’ll have to wait a season for this match up to really heat up.

The Sergio Perez bandwagon was in full swing going into 2013 – with the Mexican being backed by one of the richest men on the planet, Carlos Slim, he quickly nabbed a high profile contract with McLaren where he rode alongside Jenson Button.

The Renault issues have hindered the Toro Rosso team as much as they have their sister Red Bull team but despite the numerous setbacks, Jean-Eric Vergne has remained in a positive frame of mind – relishing the fact that he will be the teams ‘lead’ driver for the 2014 season. The Russian, Daniil Kvyat, is making his season debut on the F1 stage and that’s a big jump for a driver that has laid some solid foundations on the lower rungs of the motorsport ladder. I’m expecting the pattern of his 2013 performances to seep into his rookie F1 season where he started both the GP3 and Formula 3 seasons slowly, only to record some super finishes in the latter third of the season. Compare that to Vergne who is just about to start his third full season on the F1 stage – with a total of 29 points reaped from the last couple of seasons – and the experience mismatch is there for all to see Odds of 17/20 look a decent bet to me

Slim is still backing Perez and for 2014 it will be Force India that will receive some significant funding from Slim, with Telmex pouring a rumoured 15 million euros into the Silverstone based team. Make no mistake, the only reason Perez has been given this drive is because the team needed funding. Money can’t buy you results though and as talented as Perez is, he’s also a loose cannon of the highest order and driving for a team like Force India will see him regularly amongst traffic. In fact he’s going to spend a majority of his racing time negotiating traffic and with the driving conditions as they are for 2014 that could well end up badly for the Mexican. Hulkenberg isn’t quite the glitz and glam driver of Perez, but he’s exactly the kind of driver that I want to side with against a pilot like Perez. With the spec changes in mind I’ll take his doggedness every day of the week and at the 8/13 available the German looks great value

SEASON MATCH BET TREBLE… ADRIAN SUTIL TO BEAT ESTEBAN GUTIERREZ Gutierrez’s engineer left at the end of last season and he has only just had his place confirmed by the Sauber team. Sutil is the more experienced driver and I’m expecting him to win the Sauber match

ROMAIN GROSJEAN TO BEAT PASTOR MALDONADO The spec changes put the ball in Grosjean’s court – there’s no doubt about that. Maldonado might well get the best finish of the season for the team, but when it comes to putting in a serious effort week-inweek-out, Grosjean is the driver to be with

FERNANDO ALONSO TO BEAT KIMI RAIKKONEN I’m a huge fan of both drivers, but Alonso gets my vote every time over the course of a season. As experienced as Kimi is, it will take a bit of time for him to bed into the Ferrari team and the spec changes will make that process tougher

FORMULA ONE 2014 SEASON MATCH BET 16th March – 23rd November 2014

TIP

TIP

Nico Hulkenberg to beat Sergio Perez

TREBLE: Adrian Sutil to beat Esteban Gutierrez, Romain Grosjean to beat Pastor Maldonado & Fernando Alonso to beat Kimi Raikkonen

STAKE

£5.00

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£3.00

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8/13 (minimum)

PRICE

FORMULA ONE 2014

5/2 – 9/4 (minimum)

SEASON MATCH BET TIP

Jean-Eric Verne to beat Daniil Kvyat

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£5.00

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16th March – 23rd November 2014

17/20 – 8/11 (minimum) 17/20 AT

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8/11 AT

8/13 AT

5/2 AT

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F1 SEASON 2014 // DUAL FORECAST SEASON / SMALL TALK

2014 FORMULA ONE – DUAL FORECAST… The dual forecast betting for the 2014 Drivers’ Championship is up with one firm - Ladbrokes – and it’s quite interesting to see the disparity between the outright book and their prices considering they have Rosberg bigger than Vettel in the outright betting. Using the 100% prices for the Drivers’ Championship – I make the decimal prices for the Dual Forecast as follows… 100% 4.73

Ladbrokes 6.00

Hamilton/ Rosberg

7.63

4.50

Hamilton/ Alonso

9.39

11.00

Vettel/ Rosberg

9.97

11.00

Vettel/ Alonso

12.20

15.00

Rosberg/ Alonso

17.00

21.00

Hamilton/ Vettel

The Dual Forecast is for the selections to finish first and second in any order.

manner, it will be tough getting better than 7.63 about the Merc DF. The only significant ‘value’ when comparing the 100% prices to Ladbrokes prices would be the Hamilton/ Vettel price of 6.00 – but I make that a 6.50 chance so it’s a no bet for me. I haven’t given up on the market just yet though – the bookmakers find it tough pricing these markets up for some reason so it would no surprise to find a rick or two over the upcoming weeks BITS AND BOBS… A few Formula One 2014 bits and bobs to finish off the edition…

So, Ladbrokes have a view on the Mercedes team obviously – it’s therefore strange that they don’t reflect that opinion in their Drivers’ Championship betting. I actually agree with the Magic Sign here and also have the Hamilton / Rosberg FC as the favourite – but I have Vettel bigger than Rosberg in the outright market so at my prices that makes total sense.

Double points in the desert: To keep the public interested right up until the line, there will be double driver and constructor points available in the last GP of the season – The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix to be held at the Yas Marina circuit on November 23rd.

It’s a shame that there is no other bookmakers up with this market as I wanted to have a crack at the Dual Forecast – and now Ladbrokes have gone up in this

Pole position trophy: The FIA has introduced a new award for the driver that bags the most pole positions in 2014 – with the tiebreaker being the most second places. I’m surprised there is no betting up for this market.

Two in two out: Great news, the Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring has returned to the calendar along with a new race: The Russian Grand Prix. The two that we have lost are the Indian Grand Prix which has been dropped for one year and the Korean Grand Prix has been chopped for the foreseeable future.

MERCEDES TO GET OFF TO A FLYER DOWN UNDER…

Just a small bet, but I’m expecting this selection to go off in the region of 4/6.

Sunday 16th March 2014 TIP

5/4 about the ‘dutch’ is a tad too big. At the current best prices of 5/2 Hamilton and 9/2 Rosberg, the price for Mercedes winning the race with either driver is fractionally over 11/10, and it’s hard to see the 5/4 being beaten if the Merc arrives in Melbourne anywhere near where it was in Bahrain or Jerez.

AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX – WINNING CAR Mercedes to Win

STAKE

Personally, I fancy either Hamilton or Rosberg to be too good Down Under – it’s going to be an event packed race, but the Merc looks too good at this early stage of the season. They managed a stack of laps in practice and listening to

FORMULA ONE 2014

the confidence of both Hamilton and Rosberg after Bahrain bodes well for the early part of the season.

£5.00

PRICE

There’s already an opinion being formed about the Australian Grand Prix and bizarrely enough, Ladbrokes are top priced about either Mercedes driver winning the race – which considering their stance on the Drivers’ Championship Dual Forecast market is a strange pricing situation…

5/4 (minimum) 5/4 AT

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ISSUE 169 // Wednesday 12 March 2014

BET SUMMARIES

THE BACKPAGE Here is a summary of your Insider bets this month. Nine tips in total – covering the 2014 Formula One season. In your next issue of The Insider magazine I’ll be turning my attention to Snooker – and the 2014 World Championships... The issue will be on your doormats and available online on Wednesday 16th April.

A WORD ABOUT YOUR STAKING ADVICE... All my tips have a recommended stake in ‘£’s not ‘Points’ – using a scale of £1 - £100 (£1 minimum bet to £100 maximum bet). Most bets will be around the £5 - £20 mark, with larger stakes reserved for what I consider outstanding opportunities. Of course, you are free to apply your own staking plan to suit your pocket – but this will provide a guide and also the marker for published results.

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FORMULA ONE 2014 // 16th March – 23rd November 2014

TIP

TIP

Lewis Hamilton to Win

£5.00

STAKE

£1.00 – Each Way*

5/2 – 9/4 (minimum)

PRICE

11/2 – 5/1 (minimum)

Lewis Hamilton to Win

STAKE

STAKE

£10.00

BBC SPOTY

PRICE

TIP

Nico Rosberg to Win

PRICE

DRIVERS’ CHAMPIONSHIP

16/1 (Minimum 12/1)

11/2 AT

5/2 AT

16/1 AT

12/1 AT

*Each Way terms: 1/5th odds 1,2,3 places.

£5.00

£5.00

£3.00

17/20 – 8/11 (minimum)

8/13 (minimum)

5/2 – 9/4 (minimum)

8/13 AT

5/2 AT

Ferrari to Win

Mercedes to Win

£10.00

£2.00

£5.00

11/10 – Evens (minimum)

4/1 (minimum)

5/4 (minimum)

11/10 AT

4/1 AT

5/4 AT

TIP

TIP

Mercedes to Win

STAKE

AUSTRALIAN GP – WINNING CAR

PRICE

CONSTRUCTORS’ CHAMPIONSHIP

STAKE

8/11 AT

PRICE

17/20 AT

TIP

Adrian Sutil to beat Esteban Gutierrez, Romain Grosjean to beat Pastor Maldonado & Fernando Alonso to beat Kimi Raikkonen

STAKE

Nico Hulkenberg to beat Sergio Perez

PRICE

TIP

Jean-Eric Verne to beat Daniil Kvyat

STAKE

REGULAR SEASON - MATCH BET TREBLE

PRICE

REGULAR SEASON - MATCH BET

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