On Sunday, the Sepang International Circuit in Selangor, Malaysia will host the Malaysian Grand Prix. The 56-lap race will cover a total race-distance of 310.408 km. Each lap will have circuit length of 5.543 km. Race time is set at 3PM local time.
Mercedes' Nico Rosberg will gun for his 4th straight win and 9th Grand Prix race win. The sudden resurgence of Nico Rosberg has dislodge fellow teammate and defending F1 champion Lewis Hamilton to second-place in the driver's standings. Lewis Hamilton is 8 points behind his teammate and this grand prix race could be another battleground for the two drivers.
The sportsbook handicappers have installed Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton as the favorite to win the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday noon.
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