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Brazilian GP Odds & Betting Favourites – Formula 1

In this article, we are going to take a look at all the Brazilian GP odds and betting for the Formula 1 race happening this weekend.

This is the third last race of the F1 season with only the Las Vegas Grand Prix and the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix the only races remaining following Sunday’s race.

How To Watch The Brazilian Grand Prix

When does the Brazilian Grand Prix start?

Practice laps will begin on Friday at 2.30 pm. Qualifying starts Friday at 6 pm. The sprint starts on Saturday at 2 pm and the race commences at 5 pm on Sunday.

What TV channel is it on?

You can catch all the action on Sky Sports F1.

Where is the Brazil GP taking place?

All the racing action comes from the Autódromo José Carlos Pace

The Brazilian Grand Prix Track

Motor racing started in Brazil before World War II, races were held on the 11.161 km (6.935 mi) Gávea street circuit in Rio de Janeiro first taking place in 1934.

In 1936 construction began on Brazil’s first permanent autodrome in the São Paulo neighbourhood of Interlagos and was finished in 1940.

The current track is a 4.309 km (2.677 mi) motorsport circuit located in the city of São Paulo and following the return to the track Lewis Hamilton won the event in 2021 with his teammate George Russell winning it in 2022.

2023 Brazilian Grand Prix Odds

2023 Brazilian Grand Prix Odds
Driver Odds Chance
Max Verstappen 1/3 75%
Lewis Hamilton 7/1 12.5%
Lando Norris 11/1 8.3%
George Russell 12/1 7.7%
Sergio Perez 22/1 4.3%
Charles LeClerc 25/1 3.8%
Carlos Sainz Jr 25/1 3.8%
Oscar Piastri 33/1 2.9%
Fernando Alonso 80/1 1.2%
Pierre Gasly 400/1 0.2%

Brazilian Grand Prix Favourites

Max Verstappen – Brazilian Grand Prix Favourite

The favourite to win the 2023 Brazilian Grand Prix is Max Verstappen at odds of 1/3.

The Red Bull driver leads The Driver’s Championship and is the red-hot favourite to continue his dominance this season where from nineteen races so far he has a staggering sixteen victories and eighteen podium finishes during the 2023 season and comes into this following his success in the Mexican Grand Prix.

Interestingly, despite Verstappen’s dominance in recent seasons, this is not a track where he has had the best of times. In 2022 following a collision with Hamilton, he finished in sixth place and in 2021 was beaten to the top of the podium coming second behind Hamilton.

Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton is the second favourite to win this year’s Brazilian Grand Prix at odds of 7/1.

While Hamilton is no longer the dominant force he once was, largely because of the exploits of Red Bull he is still a top-class driver and is currently third in the Drivers Championship on 220 points. His second-place finish at the Mexican Grand Prix cut the gap between himself and Sergio Perez by 19 points to twenty points.

Hamilton enjoys racing in Brazil having won the event in 2016, 2018 and 2021.

Lando Norris

The third favourite to win the Brazilian GP is Lando Norris at odds of 11/1.

One of the rising stars in the sport of F1 Lando Norris (23) is currently in fifth place in the Drivers Championship, his six podium finishes this season is only bettered by Verstappen (18), Perez (8) and Alonso (7). He comes into this on the back of a fifth finish in the Mexican Grand Prix.

He will be looking to have a much more productive weekend this time out after having a DNF and coming eighteenth overall at this event in 2022 after coming into the event unwell he retired on lap 53 following a gearbox failure.

George Russell

Next up in the betting is George Russell at odds of 12/1 to win this weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix.

Mercedes Driver Russell (25) is another who looks like he has a bright future ahead of himself in the sport but is currently only in eighth place in the Drivers’ Championship but would have been dissatisfied with his form of late and an eighth place finish at the Mexican Grand Prix.

However, it should be noted that this is a venue he seems to enjoy, winning this race back in 2022 coming clear of teammates Hamilton and Sainz. He had the fastest lap of the weekend with a 1:13.785. Could he repeat the feat at the weekend?

Best Bet: Fastest Lap @ 9/1

Sergio Perez

Further out in the betting is Sergio Perez who is a 22/1 shot to win the 2023 Brazilian Grand Prix.

Sergio Perez is currently second in the Drivers’ Championship twenty points clear of Lewis Hamilton in third place. However, the gap between them has been cut following Perez finishing behind Hamilton in third at his home competition The Mexican Grand Prix.

The story heading into this weekend is whether his teammate Verstappen will help him at the weekend having declined to do so at the race last year with Verstappen infamously refusing to hold back from attacking his teammate and finishing ahead in sixth and Perez in seventh.

Will lightning strike twice or has Verstappen and Perez learned to work together? Time will tell!

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