Whilst most motor racing gamblers watching this season’s F1 championship would probably agree that the new rules have improved the sport of motor racing as a spectacle, the outcome of the races appears to have become even more predictable after Sebastion Vettel won his fifth race out of six at Monaco last weekend. He now lies 58 points ahead of his nearest rival Louis Hamilton in the race for the F1 World championship, and after just six races is 1/7 at best to retain his title. Some gamblers on motor racing may argue that he has not had things all his own way in the last two races, and was perhaps a little fortunate that the race in Monaco was suspended in the closing laps enabling him to change his clearly worn tyres. Nevertheless, it would now be a very brave motor racing gambler who bet against him even at odds of 10/1 available on Louis Hamilton with Ladbrokes. There are of course at least 13 F1 motor races still to be held this season and F1 motor racing gamblers will know that not all the tracks will favour the Red Bull cars, and that Mclaren still have plenty of time to close the gap, not to mention the financial clout and natural ability of Alonso at Ferrari. Most gamblers on F1 motor racing will probably now concentrate on the results of the individual races, starting with the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal next weekend at which Vettel is again favourite at 5/4 with Paddy Power, who have Hamilton at 5/2 and Webber at 5/1. For those motor racing gamblers who still want to gamble on the Drivers championship, Paddy Power are also offering a bet excluding Vettel with Hamilton at 7/4 and both Webber and Alonso at 9/4.