The tenth race of the Formula 1 season gets underway next week and it looks set to be another enthralling Grand Prix from Germany.
Last time out at Silverstone, Mark Webber became only the second driver to win more than one race in the season so far.
Webber’s victory put him just 13 points behind Drivers Championship leader Fernando Alonso and he will be confident of another victory in Germany this time out.
The Australian won in this race back in 2009.
As for the leader Alonso, he finished in second place last weekend and that now makes it four times on the podium in the last five races, showing what great form he is in.
The Spaniard knows that another victory here will really put some distance between him and the rest of the pack.
Sebastian Vettel sits in third place, which puts Red Bull – Renault on top of the Constructers Championships.
Vettel has not won a Grand Prix since April but has still been consitanly in and around the podium. He is also looking for his first win in this race.
Lewis Hamilton has had a frustrating time over the last two races and now finds himself in fourth place and 37 points behind Webber.
The Englishman was finished in eight position on home soil on Silverstone and doesn’t seem to have luck on his side at the moment.
Hamilton has however, won the German Grand Prix twice already so will be hopeful of doing the same again next weekend.
Jenson Button is having a miserable campaign, finishing on the podium just twice and ended the race at Silverstone back in tenth. Button is now well of the pace of the leader in the current standings and knows he has to put a few wins together.
Despite not winning a race in five attempts, Sebastian Vettel is the current favourite to come out on top in Germany. You can back the World Champion at 4.00 (3/1) with BetFred.
Fernando Alonso is likely to be amongst the front runners come the end of this Grand Prix. His odds of winning are 6.00 (5/1) with VC Bet.
Lewis Hamilton will be hoping for a better race in Germany and him finished as the winner is being offered at 6.50 (11/2) with StanJames.
Mark Webber can be the first driver to win back to back Grand Prix’s this season. SportingBet are offering 7.50 (13/2) on this happening.
Red Bull -Renault look to have a fantastic two cars at the moment and they are the favourite to have a winner in this race with odds of 2.20 with BWIN. McLaren can be backed at 9/2.
Jenson has the quality to bounce back from his poor form at the moment and this Grand Prix could be the time for him to do it. Button winning is being offered 20.00 (19/1) with Betfair.