Formula 1 Racing:2010 European Grand PrixJune 23, 2010 by Marc Jerbs

On Sunday, Formula 1 racing moves to Valencia, Spain for the European Grand Prix. The race will feature 57 laps of racing on the Valencia Street circuit that has a circuit length of 5.419 km. The race winner will cover a total race distance of 308.883km.

Lewis Hamilton is the hottest driver after pulling a back-to-back win for McLaren-Mercedes in Turkey and Canada. The double win enabled Hamilton to from 1st place in the driver's standing with 109 points. He's followed by teammate Jenson with 106 points and RBR-Renault's Mark Webber who is in third place.

In the constructor's championship, McLaren-Mercedes now leads with 215 points; RBR-Renault sits at second place with 193 points. Team Ferrari is now in third place with 161 points. If the Ferrari drivers continue to bring in poor results, the Formula 1 season will be a two-way dog fight between McLaren-Mercedes and RBR-Renault.

The racing handicappers have installed the red-hot McLaren-Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton as the favorite to win the European Grand Prix. His main competitors would be Ferrari's Fernando Alonso and RBR-Renault's Sebastien Vettel.