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Brazilian Grand Prix: Button set for spirited Samba showing

| 06.11.2014

With the upcoming Brazilian Grand Prix likely to offer up viewers another round of Lewis Hamilton versus Nico Rosberg in the battle for F1 supremacy, we’ve decided to look away from the obvious.

Hamilton is 4/7 to win the Sao Paolo race with his German arch-nemesis available at 9/4 to take the top spot on the podium, but with plenty of other markets to enjoy ahead of what could be a title-deciding day in motorsport, we’ve picked out three bets to tempt.

Jenson Button to finish in the top six @ 10/11

A five-place penalty for a gearbox change deprived Button of the chance to finish in the top six last time out in the US but we fancy the Brit to bounce back and deliver the sort of performance that saw him finish 4th in RussianGrand Prix and 5th in the Japanese Grand Prix in recent months.

Daniel Ricciardo to win in betting w/o Hamilton and Rosberg @ 2/1

The Australian has been among the breakout stars in Formula One this season and while Sebastian Vettel is the favourite in this market, Ricciardo finished ahead of the German to win the Belgian Grand Prix earlier this term as well as taking top spot in Hungary and Canada and cannot be ignored.

Valtteri Bottas to claim a podium finish @ 6/4

Another previously-unheralded driver who has emerged this season, the Finn claimed a podium spot at the Russian Grand Prix last month and could be a dark horse to do so again here, having been among the top three in five separate races already.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Jack Beresford

Jack Beresford is a content writer with over five years of experience in writing about sport and betting, including a two-year spell with Axonn Media. Contributes articles to HereIsTheCity and Lad Bible, while previous credits include Bwin, FTB Pro, Bleacher Report and the QBE rugby. Avid follower of tennis, rugby union, motorsport and football, Jack also writes about poker for Cardspiel.com alongside Guardian journalist Dominic Wells.