F1 60/1 odds boost: Lewis Hamilton to win, Lando Norris to get a podium and George Russell to score a point

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Hamilton showed his true class in the opening race in Bahrain as he managed to fight off Max Verstappen, despite his Mercedes being slower than the Red Bull.

Fellow Brit Lando Norris continued to impress as he finished fourth in an incredibly competitive McLaren.

While George Russell just missed out on the points for Williams.

Points are awarded to the drivers who finish in the top ten and Russell finished 14th in Bahrain, but with a bit of luck he could easily scored his first set of points for Williams this weekend.



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