2016 Austrian Grand Prix Betting Odds

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The Austrian Grand Prix has been held in spurts starting in 1964. Then it was held from 1970 to 1987, 1997 to 2003 and then it returned to the schedule in 2014. Zeltweg Airfield was the first home for this even, then the Osterreichring and now it is the Red Bull Ring (also formerly known as the A1-Ring). This track, which is 4.326 km (2.688 miles) long, starts with a right-hander at Turn 1 which is basically 90 degrees.

Then there is the longest straightaway of the track, then a hairpin at Turn 2, then another straightaway into another hairpin-like turn at Turn 3. Then you get two right-handers in a row at Turns 4 and 5, then a right-hander at Turn 6.

There are two more right-hand turns at Turns 7 and 8, and both are essentially 90 degrees, down to the start/finish line. It does not seem like a very hard course, but the Red Bull Ring is a tough place to pass at. 2016 Prediction The last four editions of this race has been won by Germans: Schumacher and Rosberg.

All four of those wins have come from starting positions within the top three. Take Rosberg to win his third race in a row here and tie Prost's record.

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