06/07/2012 10:33 | By Duncan Hooper
British GP: who will win?

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After one of the closest starts to a Formula 1 season in recent memory, we look at who the bookies are backing to claim victory at Silverstone

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08/07/2012 09:24
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Who will win at silverstone? the driver with the fastest boat..lol
07/07/2012 19:37
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i think the conditions will suit button very well , he has had some brilliant drives in changeable conditions , i would put a tenner on him being on the podium
08/07/2012 00:18
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Lewis Hamilton announced today .his contract will finish at the end of the season . who will he race for next year ? he loves the wet .they had to stop time trials today .if the rain is as bad tomorrow .DON'T BE SURPRISED AT WHAT YOU SEE .  ANYBODY'S  RACE.
08/07/2012 10:07
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bring on the grand prix should b a guessing game in the pits today with the great british weather n a switching game with the remote with the tennis come on the british boys button Lewis n murry
08/07/2012 10:05
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I'd like to see Kimi Raikkonen win it in his Lotus.  A British car winning the British GP.  Sounds good to me.
08/07/2012 01:25
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08/07/2012 12:17
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go lewis go,this guy a real racer.will be only guy giving 100% pure entertainer and thats what its all about ....not boring like the rest.....Lewis first...webber second....shoey(sour face) third

08/07/2012 10:24
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Anybodys race, good luck to them all.!
08/07/2012 07:30
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 Winner of todays F1  will be down to Mother Nature. If the heaven,s open then it will be a free for all !!!

08/07/2012 12:18
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I don't mind if anyone wins as long as it isn't Alonso.
08/07/2012 01:21
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A good page. Five posts are SPAM leaving five genuine! MSN are AWESOME at getting rid of ****!!
08/07/2012 10:43
08/07/2012 11:53
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Who will win........the person that is best at driving a bloody speed boat if this rain does not stop!!!
08/07/2012 12:02
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If its wet - its an accident waiting to happen. The spectators cannot see the cars, IE That is not sport. And the fact that the car parks have been unuseable  will just give rise to further calls for the GB F1 to be moved.

Lets hope its dry, safe and all the drivers finish in one piece 

08/07/2012 11:50
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yet another winner this season I think
08/07/2012 01:15
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I hope that it PISSES down today for the race. Sort the men out from the girls!!  Hamilton included.
 He`ll be off at the first corner and take four others with him then blame it on his crew!

08/07/2012 11:47
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Good point but whats that got to with the the F1
07/07/2012 19:49
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schumacher to win, greatest driver ever still going well at 43
08/07/2012 08:40
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08/07/2012 08:38
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if it rains alonzo will go to the back of the field and errari won't be able to anything about it.
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