On Sunday, the Sepang International Circuit in Sepang, Malaysia will host the 2nd race of the Formula One Racing season, the Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix.
The Sepang International Circuit has been hosting the Malaysia Grand Prix since 1999. The 56-lap race will cover a total race distance of 310.408 kms. In 2004, Juan Pablo Montoya established the fastest lap record in 1 min 34.223 seconds.
Lewis Hamilton holds the top position in the driver's standings after an impressive win in the Australian Grand Prix. Both he and teammate Nico Rosberg carried the Mercedes for a 1-2 finish. Ferrari's new driver Sebastian Vettel finished 3rd behind Mercedes' power drivers.
The sportsbook handicappers have installed Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton to win the Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix. Teammate Nico Rosberg and Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel are among his strongest challengers.
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