On Sunday, the 2014 Formula One race moves to its 2nd Asian leg as the Sepang International Circuit hosts the Malaysian Grand Prix. The 56-lap race will cover a total race distance of 310.408km.
At the Australian Grand Prix, Mercedes' Nico Rosberg won the race while the duo of McLaren-Mercedes Kevin Magnussen and Jenson Button earned a 2nd and 3rd place finish.
Reigning champion Red Bull Racing-Renault's Sebastian Vettel retired after three laps to due a power unit problem in his car. His teammate Daniel Ricciardo finished 2nd in the race but was later disqualified after he exceeded the maximum permitted fuel rate during his car's post race check up.
The sportsbook handicappers have installed Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton as the favorite to win the Malaysian Grand Prix. Teammate Nico Rosberg and McLaren-Mercedes' Kevin Magnussen are among his strongest challengers in the race.
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