Felipe Massa set the pace during the first day of practice for the Indian Grand Prix and the Brazilian is 33/1 with bet365 to be on pole position for Sunday’s race.
He was 0.088 seconds faster than world champion Sebastian Vettel, who was second quickest and is 5/6 to win the grand prix.
Massa’s Ferrari team-mate Fernando Alonso was third fastest while Lewis Hamilton was fourth. However, the 2008 world champion has been handed a three-place grid penalty for Sunday’s race after failing to slow down for yellow caution flags in the first practice session.
Mark Webber was fifth fastest with Jenson Button sixth, while Adrian Sutil, Bruno Senna, Paul di Resta and Sebastien Buemi complete the top ten.