15:21 02 April 2013
As always, the 2013 Malaysian Grand Prix was the epitome of excitement from beginning to end. As expected the Red Bull team was strong and dominated the race, but not without some serious controversy. Team Mercedes had a bit of drama to deal with as well as each of the driver's individual desire to win became difficult to subdue. This made for some intense drama in the sports betting arena as well, as bettors wager on who would come out on top and how the racers would place.
The Red Bull team took first and second with Sebastian Vettel taking first place and Mark Webber coming in at a strong second place. Team Mercedes took third and fourth in like fashion with Lewis Hamilton in third and Nico Rosberg coming in at fourth. The finish for the top ten in the 2013 Malaysian Grand Prix were as follows:
Amazingly, there was controversy on both the Red Bull and the Mercedes team even as they were claiming the top four spots in the finish. Vettel went against team instructions and passed teammate Webber for the win. The team had agreed that Webber maintain the front position and Vettel take second. Instead Vettel made a somewhat dangerous pass in order to gain the lead and the victory. Meanwhile, there was a similar scene going on in the Mercedes camp with Rosberg claiming he was faster than Hamilton and asking to be allowed to pass him. Unlike Vettel, Rosberg followed instructions and stayed in fourth position.
This controversy has only added fuel to the fire as odds makers look ahead to the next race and the potential fuel that may be brewing within two of the top teams. This makes for some great wagers in the races ahead and only makes the Grand Prix even more exciting than it already is!
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