The 2014 German Grand Prix is on Sunday, July 7th 2014 at the Nurburgring track. This is one of the most storied tracks in F1 racing and the drivers will be excited to race at Nurburgring. Nico Rosberg will look to win his third race in the L4 races this season.
Sebastian Vettel is the favourite to win the 2014 German Grand Prix despite never winning this race. Fernando Alonso is 2nd in the odds and Alonso has won this race twice (2010 & 2014) in the L3 years. Will Alonso continue his dominance in Germany?
2014 German Grand Prix Odds
- Sebastian Vettel (2.62)
- Fernando Alonso (5.00)
- Lewis Hamilton (5.00)
- Nico Rosberg (8.00)
- Mark Webber (9.50)
- Kimi Raikkonen (11.00)
- Felipe Massa (41.00)
- Romain Grosjean (41.00)
- Paul di Resta (81.00)
- Adrian Sutil (81.00)
- Jenson Button (101.00)
- Sergio Perez (151.00)
- Daniel Ricciardo (201.00)
- Jean-Eric Vergne (201.00)
- Valtteri Bottas (1001.00)
- Nico Hulkenberg (1001.00)
- Pastor Maldonado (1001.00)
- Esteban Gutierrez (2001.00)
- Giedo van der Garde (5001.00)
- Max Chilton (5001.00)
Will Fernando Alonso Win in Germany Again?
Fernando Alonso (5.00) has had excellent results in Germany, but he has done much better at Hockenheimring. Alonso has won this race 3X in his career, but all of those wins were at Hockenheimring rather than Nurburgring, so I’d avoid Alonso this week.
Alonso is 2nd in the driver standings with 111 points and he has wins in China and Spain already this season. Alonso has been out of the winner’s circle lately. Alonso finished 7th in Monaco, 2nd in Canada and 3rd in Great Britain in his last three races.
Sebastian Vettel (2.62) is the only driver to win 3 races (Malaysia, Bahrain & Canada) this season. Vettel is leading the standings (132 Points) right now, but he hasn’t won in Germany. Last year he started in pole position, but dropped back to 5th place.
Lewis Hamilton (5.00) has won the German Grand Prix twice in his career (2011 & 2008). Last year he had to retire from the race, but in Germany Hamilton is always a threat. His last win in the German GP in 2011 was also raced at Nurburgring.
Hamilton is still winless this year, but he is 4th in the driver standings (89 Points) due to consistent results. Qualifying has been a problem for Mercedes, but they seem to have a very fast car once the race gets going and Hamilton could contend this week.
Nico Rosberg (8.00) is on a roll right now with wins in Monaco and Great Britain last weekend. He also finished 5th in Canada and that was after starting the race in 9th place. Mercedes looks great right now and Rosberg has to be on your shortlist.
Mark Webber (9.50) won this race in 2009, which was at Nurburgring, so he has experience on this track. Webber is winless, but he has been knocking on the door. In the L3 races he has finished 3rd (Monaco), 4th (Canada) and 2nd (Great Britain).
2014 German Grand Prix Betting Tips
I like Hamilton to win this week in Germany, but I think it’s wiser to take Mercedes at shorter odds because of the form that Nico is in currently. Both drivers should have a chance to earn a podium finish this weekend and I think Mercedes will win the race.