Formula 1: Assessing the Chances of the 2013 Title Contenders

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Formula 1: Assessing the Chances of the 2013 Title Contenders
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The Hungarian Grand Prix was the 10th of the 19 races which make up the 2013 Formula One season.

A title race which looked close to death just a week ago is showing a few green shoots of recovery, with Lewis Hamilton seemingly re-emerging as a contender after victory in Hungary.

Kimi Raikkonen kept the pressure up on championship leader Sebastian Vettel with a fine second place, but the challenge of Fernando Alonso appears to be faltering.

The bookmakers say Vettel is a nailed-on cert for his fourth title, and they're usually right.

But they also put quite long odds on Alonso winning the Spanish Grand Prix, when he actually looked the favourite to a lot of fans.

And Hamilton was 7-1 to win in Hungaryeven after qualifying on pole.

Let's look at the four contenders, their odds with popular bookmaker William Hill and what chance I think they really have

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