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GP Week : Issue 38
4th BrawnGP Best 8:1 shortest 4:1 The astonishing story of BrawnGP has not been lost on the chaps in the betting world, and their instant pace out of the box has seen the team smash into contention with shortest odds of just 4:1 for taking the constructors’ championship. It’s an incredible figure when one remembers that a few weeks ago the team didn’t even exist. But with the team’s longest odds at 8:1, it is clear that even the bookies are being wary of the BrawnGP threat. They clearly believe there’s a possibility for the team to surprise and ultimately for the betting companies to have lost an awful lot of money if they hadn’t slashed the team’s odds on putting in a decent season. DRIVERS 5th Jenson Button Best 9:1 7th rubens Barrichello Best 16:1 shortest 9:2 shortest 10:1 to be honest, either Button or Barrichello could be worth a cheeky punt. Button’s hungry, but Barrichello is the only one of the two to have fought for a world championship and, what’s more, he did so under the guidance of ross Brawn. out of the two, if the car is as good as it’s cracked up to be, Barrichello, on experience alone, could edge it having been the bridesmaid to Michael schumacher for so many years. 28