The inside line on the Hungarian GP

The Williams-BMW success has finally bumped Michael Schumacher from his pre-race favourite's perch, with Juan Pablo Montoya now firmly ensconced as Paddy Power's man to beat at Hungaroring. The Columbian is quoted at 7-4, with Schumacher Sr at 9-4

The inside line on the Hungarian GP

For my money though, take a careful look at Ralf Schumacher, surely the best value at 4-1. Okay, Ferrari dominated last year, but that was with a shorter wheelbase car and without the progress made this year by both Williams-BMW and Michelin.

On top of that, Ralf comes to Hungary fresh from a successful session in front of the FIA Court of Appeal and is not in the mood to cede he championship challenge just yet. Hungary is a race he really needs to win and, prior to his disastrous Hockenheim, looked like he has the upper hand over Montoya.

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Oddly, Michael Schumacher is rated favourite to set the fastest race lap, at 5-2. In the light of current form and the temperatures expected in Hungary, you would surely go for a Williams driver, with Ralf at 7-4 and Juan Pablo at 13-8.

Many fancy that the Renaults will figure this weekend, but probably not for an outright win. An each-way bet at one-fifth of the odds is therefore worth consideration with both Fernando Alonso and Jarno Trulli quoted at 20-1.

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