The British Grand Prix takes place next weekend and with how exciting the season has been so far, we can expect more of the same from Silverstone.
The European Grand Prix last weekend was a fantastic race and Fernando Alonso became the first driver to come out on top twice this season.
Alonso now leads the way in the Drivers Championship after his superb performance in Valencia and is 20 points clear of second place. Another victory here would put him in a great position and put more daylight between him and the rest of the back.
The Spaniard has enjoyed success twice in this race, once in 2006 and then in 2011 so will be confident of another victory this time out which would make him the first person to achieve back to back wins in the British Grand Prix since David Coulthard in 1999 and 2000.
Mark Webber currently sits in second position after finishing fourth last time out. Webber benefited from the drivers around him not having good races.
Webber was the winner here in 2010 so has good memories on the track and has been solid throughout the season. The Australian has only been on the podium once, but has finished in fourth place five times.
Lewis Hamilton was left incredibly frustrated last time out as a collision with Pastor Maldonado saw him out of the race in the final stages.
Hamilton was looking on course for a third place finish but ended the Grand Prix with no points and his anger was clear to see.
The Englishman must now move on from what happened and look to win this race on home soil, something he has only managed once back in 2008.
Sebastian Vettel also had a disappointing weekend as he also failed to complete the race.
With so many drivers in with a chance on this famous track, it is all set for another enthralling weekend in this incredible Formula 1 season.
Despite his poor race last time out, Sebastian Vettel goes into this Grand Prix as the favourite to come out on top with odds of 4.00 (3/1) BetFred.
Lewis Hamilton will be hoping to win this encounter to close the gap on Fernando Alonso and you can back the Brit to do it in front of his own fans at 5.00 (4/1) with VC Bet.
Alonso himself can really move ahead in the Drivers Championship with a victory here. William Hill are offering 6.00 (5/1) on this happening.
With two top quality drivers that sit in second and fourth place respectively, the winning car for this British Grand Prix could come from the Red-Bull team. One Vettel or Webber finishing in first place is available at 3.25 (9/4) with SkyBet.
McLaren are the second favourite to have a winning car with odds of 3.75 (11/4) with StanJames.
Mark Webber has been extremely consistent of late and could go all the way and finish this Grand Prix in first place. He is being offered at 15.00 (14/1) with Coral.