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Malaysian Grand Prix

Malaysian Grand Prix Predictions on March 30th, 2014

The Sepang International Circuit, Kuala Lumpur will be the venue for the Malaysian Grand Prix that will take place on March 30. Four time defending Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel is the defending champion of the Malaysian Grand Prix and was also a winner in this event in 2010 and 2011. Joining Vettel on the podium last year was his Red Bull racing teammate Mark Webber, who has since left the Red Bull racing team due in large part because Vettel refused to follow team orders and not overtake Webber in the Malaysian Grand Prix as it was supposed to be Webber’s race to win. Lewis Hamilton joined them at the podium after finishing 3rd.

Sepang International Circuit

The Malaysian Grand Prix is a total of 310 KM or 192 miles with a track layout of 5.5 KM or 3.44 miles with a total of 15 turns. This track was opened for F1 betting action in 1999.

Top Drivers

Vettel will be a prohibitive favorite in this event as the winner last year to go with his wins in the Malaysian Grand Prix in 2011 and 2010. He finished 11th in the Malaysian Gran Prix in 2012 and 15th in 2009. Vettel had a humbling start to the 2014 season as he was retired in the opening race at Australia.

Fernando Alonso had to retire from last year’s Malaysian Grand Prix but was the winner in 2012. He finished 6th at Malaysia in 2011 and 13th in 2010. He was the winner of the Malaysian Grand Prix in 2007 and 2005 with something of an all nothing patter in this event.

Felipe Massa finished 5th in the Malaysian Grand Prix last year after finishing 15th at Malaysia in 2012. He has not had a lot of success at Malaysia with his best finish being 5th place on 3 occasions.

Lewis Hamilton finished 3rd in the Malaysian Grand Prix in 2013 after finishing 3rd at Malaysia in 2012 and 8th at Malaysia in 2011. He was retired in the opening race of 2014 at Australia.

Nico Rosberg was the winner in the opening race at Australia and was 4th at Malaysia last year.

The Pick

Well call for Vettel to roar back with a vengeance!