On Sunday, the Sepang International Circuit in Selangor, Malaysia will host the 18th Malaysian Grand Prix. The 56-lap race will cover a total race distance of 310.408km. Each lap will have 5.543km circuit length.
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton scored three straight victories after the season break. He won in Belgium, Italy and Singapore which help him snatched away the overall lead to Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel.
He now leads with 263 points and relegated Vettel to 2nd place with 235 points. Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel must make their move now and improved their race car to have a chance to challenge Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton.
The sportsbook handicappers have installed Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton as the driver to beat on Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix.
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