Formula One Race Day:Brazilian Grand PrixNovember 02, 2010 by Marc Jerbs

On Sunday, Formula One racing moves to South America for the Brazilian Grand Prix. The famous Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace will host this spectacular racing event located in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil.

There's a new No.1 racer in the driver's standing, he's Ferrari's Fernando Alonso. Alonso dislodged leader Mark Webber from the top after a brilliant and well calculated win in the last wet n' wild Korean Grand Prix. Both RBR-Renault cars did not managed to finish the race due to a crash and blown engine.

This could be a costly race for team RBR-Renault as Fernando Alonso now leads with 231 points followed by Mark Webber (220 points) and Lewis Hamilton (210 point).

Team Ferrari started the season on the right foot but fizzled in the mid stretch but got its bearings back in the tail end. Fernando Alonso has won 3 of the last 4 races for Team Ferrari.

Those 3 wins also helped him snatched the overall lead from RBR-Renault's Mark Webber. With two races left, it will be mano-a-mano between Alonso and Webber for the championship.

The sportsbook handicappers have installed both Mark Webber and Fernando Alonso on even odds to win the Brazilian Grand Prix.

This race could end up on who's team is on a better pit-stop strategy and luck might also play a roll, a wrong turn or accident can ruin both driver's chances of winning the race.