2010 Formula 1 Racing:German Grand PrixJuly 21, 2010 by Marc Jerbs

On Sunday, Formula One racing moves to Hockenheimring for the German Grand Prix. This marks the 40th year anniversary of the Hockenheimring hosting this prestigious race event. The 67-lap race will cover a race distance of 306.458km. The fastest lap record belongs to Kimi Raikkonen which he attained in 2004 at 1:13.780.

After ten grand prix races, it is now a two-way battle between McLaren-Mercedes and RBR-Renault. Both teams currently occupy the 1st and 2nd place in the Constructor's Championship. In the driver's standing, McLaren-Mercedes driver's Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button are the top 2 drivers while RBR-Renault's Mark Webber and Sebastien Vettel are in 3rd and 4th place.

This year's German Grand Prix will feature 6 German F1 race drivers led by returning seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher who now drives for the Mercedes GP team. The other German drivers are Sebastien Vettel, Nico Rosberg, Adrian Sutil, Nico Hulkenberg and Timo Glock.

The sportsbook handicappers have installed RBR-Renualt Sebastien Vettel as the favorite to win the German Grand Prix. However, he should also expect a tough competition against his teammate Mark Webber as well as McLaren Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button.