Hola, Formula 1 fans. We're heading to Brazil this week! Online Sports Betting looks at the Brazilian Grand Prix from one of the more scenic tracks on the circuit. Pre-race coverage begins at Noon ET. ESPN+ via Sky Sports. Below we have Formula 1 Brazil bets for the Sunday afternoon race.
- WHAT: Formula 1 Brazilian Grand Prix
- WHEN: Sunday, November 13th, 2022, 1:00 pm ET on ESPN
- WHERE: Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Formula 1 Brazil Bets - Grand Prix Numbers
The Formula 1 season comes back during the second weekend in November with the Brazilian Grand Prix. This weekend's Formula 1 online betting options are attractive because we have a couple of South American wrinkles unique to this track.
The last weekend of October brought us a little extra chaos in Brazil. With all possible titles clinched, we now want to see whether Max Verstappen will go for wins 15 and 16. It is time to ponder the 2022 Formula 1 Grand Prix numbers for the contenders heading to this Brazilian track.
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Formula 1 Brazil Bets - There Are Two Races Left
With the 2022 Formula 1 Championship decided, bettors must understand there are still two races left. Okay, now what do we do? Most are starting to expect Max Verstappen to win out. Those odds are even at -150 now. Sadly, the numbers cannot account for a driver as driven as the Belgian. Even with a couple of hiccups, the Red Bull driver found a way to pull away and win two weeks ago. He quickly used DRS and coasted to a 15-second win over Lewis Hamilton and 16+ over Sergio Perez.
Okay, Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace features the Interlagos layout. What do we mean? It is an intermediate circuit (2.677-miles around) and features 15 turns. The Brazil track features two solid straightaways in all. Turn one is one of the wildest on the entire Formula One circuit. The main passing zones are Turn 3 to Turn four and Turn 14 to the finish line. Speed gets amplified heavily with the DRS zones employed more than any other track.
So, this 71-lap race will see more pit strategy twists and some from the weather. It does seem like, this time, the weather will be uncertain. Remember, these drivers will drive uphill at times and through changeable conditions. It can be sunny one minute, misting the next, and a downpour could start. Interlagos can be that uncertain.
Formula 1 Brazil Bets - Can Verstappen Do It Again?
Can Max Verstappen do it one more time in the Formula 1 Brazil Bets? Here is the problem. As mentioned above, he has won 14 races and been on 16 podiums this season. What is left for the Red Bull Racing driver? There are two more races, and the goal now is 16. That could be heard in the post-race audio between Verstappen and his pit crew. It was loud and defiant. Yes, there is little doubt that Verstappen's drive keeps him wanting to win every single race.
Last year, Lewis Hamilton held off Max Verstappen by more than 10 seconds, with Valtteri Bottas (Finland) just behind in third place. The previous race in Mexico was not all that close. Verstappen could have easily won by more than half a lap if not for a slow pit stop. By the way, the two Ferraris were again outside of the podium. Last year in Brazil, they coincidentally finished fifth and sixth.
Max Verstappen reigns supreme here. The -225 is not so attractive, but it is almost a cut-and-paste number for the Formula 1 odds. Yes, he did win the pole in 2021, but the numbers are off because Lewis Hamilton was disqualified for improper DRS. Take Verstappen to win the pole along with Perez and the two Mercedes in the top six. That pays out at +188 and is a good value.
For other wagers, consider taking Verstappen early on for 2023 Formula 1 Futures. The Belgian remains at -150, but for how long? With his 14th win, the two-time defending champion has some props that feel inevitable. Again, Verstappen has swung from Even to -15o to win out. Most of the money is on the Belgian once again.
Then There is Lewis Hamilton And Sergio Perez
Formula 1 Brazil Bets looks away from Charles Leclerc and Ferrari again. The Ferrari driver finished sixth in Mexico and could not even get past Carlos Sainz. Considering the French driver has not carried the speed needed to win on North American soul, the even faster Brazilian course figures to be just as problematic. Then there is Lewis Hamilton and Sergio Perez.
Hamilton at +450 is possible because he ran so well here last year aside from that minor DRS qualification, err, disqualification. Sergio Perez qualified third and got unlucky late, finishing fourth. For those wondering, Charles Leclerc was a very distant fifth at Interlagos. Perez's car is faster this year and maybe on par with Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes. Hamilton is intriguing because he has the best ability to brake on the turns - even better than Max Verstappen.
If anyone is going to stop Verstappen from his run through the final races, it could very well be Hamilton. Perez may follow team orders, whereas Hamilton came so close before faltering on his tires two weeks ago. Verstappen played the tire game well and could easily pull away.
Of the drivers mentioned in our table, George Russell could be worth a look, but he often has issues in Brazil. Hamilton is the better pick.
Our Sunday Pick
Formula 1 Brazil Bets pick Verstappen holding off Hamilton on Sunday.