After victory in Austria, and being quickest in both P1 and P2, the 7/2 on offer for Valteri Bottas to win at Silverstone looked very generous yesterday.
Since then, he's been hit with a grid penalty and is now out to 8/1 to pick up victory, so it's going to have to be Lewis Hamilton for us at 4/6.
Mercedes look to be the dominant team at Silverstone, dominating the Ferrari in practice, and the ever reliable outfit will be hoping for a strong performance from both drivers to extend the lead in the constructors. I'm tempted by the Mercedes Qualifying 1-2 at 4/9, and there's definitely value in the Mercedes double race podium at 11/10.
Max Verstappen has had some horrid luck in recent weeks, not finishing 5 of the last 7 Grand Prix. His luck is bound to change soon, and I believe Silverstone is the place for that to happen. The Red Bull looks quick around the British track and has been improving in the last few races. Verstappen to get a podium is 7/4.
Staying with the Red Bull team, there is no doubt that their whole package is in the top 3 cars on the grid. If they can stay out of trouble on the track and have no technical issues, a double points finish is almost a certainty. However, you can a great price of 8/11 for Red Bull double points.
Fernando Alonso seems to be in a slightly improved frame of mind since he had an outing in the Indy Car. And although the McLaren driver is expecting to take a penalty I'm backing the former two time world champion to bring his car home in the points at 11/10.
Moving down the field and over to Toro Rosso. Daniil Kvyat has had a hard time since his demotion from Red Bull and there have been mistakes from the Russian coupled with technical issues to his car. Starting in the midfield means it can be quite easy to be caught up in collisions on track. I'm backing a Kvyat DNF at 7/4.
Romain Grosjean has said that when the car clicks, Haas have a very strong package and we saw exactly that in Austria. The Frenchman had a strong qualifying and back it up with a phenomenal start at the Red Bull Ring. Grosjean to continue his pace and finish in the points is a solid price at 1/1.
Words By: Luke Mitchell