On Sunday, Formula One racing moves to Nurburg, Germany for the German Grand Prix. The 60-lap race will be held at the famous Nurburgring race complex.
The Nurburgring has a circuit length of 5.148kms. To complete the 60-lap race, the winning driver will log a total of 308.863kms in race distance. Michael Schumacher owns the fastest lap record of 1:29.468 which he set in 2004.
Midway into the season, the RBR-Renault team continues to dominate its rival Mclaren-Mercedes and Ferrari. The RBR-Renault team leads the constructor's championship with 328 points followed by McLaren-Mercedes' 218 points and Ferrari's 164 points.
RBR-Renault teammates Sebastien Vettel and Mark Webber currently hold the 1st and 2nd place position while Ferrari's Fernando Alonso sits at 3rd place. Mclaren-Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and Jenson both are in 4th and 5th place respectively.
The sportsbook handicappers have installed Sebastien Vettel as the the driver to beat at the German Grand Prix. However, Fernando Alonso looms as his closest rival on this race. Not far behind the top two contenders are Mark Webber and Lewis Hamilton.