Lewis Hamilton is back home at the top of the Drivers’ Championship table after three races. Can the defending champion increase his advantage with a win at Silverstone? Despite Hamilton has had a difficult start to the season due to penalties in both the qualifying and in the race, the Mercedes ace has bounced back impressively with wins at the Styrian Grand Prix and the Hungarian Grand Prix. This means he is back to the UK in a leading position and keen to keep the momentum going at Silverstone. Below you will find all the latest analysis and formula 1 betting tips on the British Grand Prix. In addition to this, you will also find the best odds for the selections suggested, and the best bookmakers offer to take advantage of when betting on Formula 1 this weekend.
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Will Hamilton be able to continue his positive streak with a win at the British Grand Prix or will struggle against team-mate Bottas who is looking for the second win of his season? He will be keen to cause an upset but with Hamilton in such form will be a challenging task.
Ferrari have admitted that they won’t be competitive until at least 2022. They are well behind and have had a very disappointing start to their season. Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel have only scored a combined 27 points between them and are currently behind the likes of Mercedes, Red Bull, McLaren and Racing Point.
Red Bull are also struggling, and it is hard to look beyond the two Mercedes pilots in the British Grand Prix. The question is: will it be Hamilton or it will be Bottas this weekend?
We firmly believe it will be Hamilton. The British ace has become the most successful driver in the history of his Grand Prix by winning for the sixth time in his career in 2019. Hamilton has also started from the pole position at Silverstone in four of the last five years, and we expect that he will secure his third consecutive win after a dominant performance at the Hungaroring a couple of weeks ago.