Boardroom dives into the latest Formula 1 betting odds and props from FanDuel Sportsbook for Sunday’s 2022 Brazilian Grand Prix from Autódromo José Carlos Pace.
We’re in the home stretch, folks.
Sunday marks the penultimate Grand Prix for the 2022 Formula 1 campaign. It’s been over a month since Max Verstappen cruised to his second straight title, but true fans know there’s still plenty more to be revealed with these final two races.
The drivers are in São Paulo, Brazil for this weekend’s festivities, and we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention the dramatics that ensued at this same track last year. In true comeback fashion, Lewis Hamilton went from last in Saturday’s Sprint to winning it all for Mercedes. The Englishman won by 10.4 seconds, with Verstappen finishing in second place.
Could we see some of the same magic for Hamilton this year at the Autódromo José Carlos Pace? Well, it hasn’t exactly been the 37-year-old’s finest run. Hamilton hasn’t won a single F1 contest all year, and with just two remaining, the seven-time world champion’s chances of having his first winless F1 season appear likely. To add insult to injury, Hamilton also faces a strong possibility of finishing outside of the top five in the driver standings for the first time since going pro in 2007.
Regardless of how he finishes, Hamilton’s got the support of the Brazilian people on his side. On Monday, the three-time Interlagos winner was awarded honorary Brazilian citizenship.
“I love Brazil, I have always loved Brazil,” Hamilton said at the Congress chamber in Brasilia while wearing a yellow and green necklace over a crisp blue suit.
F1 Brazilian Grand Prix 2022: Odds to Win
- Max Verstappen (Red Bull): -200
- Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes): +500
- Charles LeClerc (Ferrari) : +650
- Sergio Perez (Red Bull): +850
- George Russell (Mercedes) : +2000
- Carlos Sainz (Ferrari): +2800
2022 Brazilian GP Prop Bets
Team of Race-winning Driver
- Red Bull: -300
- Mercedes: +410
- Ferrari: +500
- Max Verstappen (Red Bull): -440
- Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes): -200
- Charles LeClerc (Ferrari) : -175
- Sergio Perez (Red Bull): -160
- George Russell (Mercedes) : +195
- Carlos Sainz (Ferrari): +350
- Max Verstappen (Red Bull): -700
- Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes): -700
- George Russell (Mercedes) : -600
- Sergio Perez (Red Bull): -600
- Charles LeClerc (Ferrari) : -600
- Carlos Sainz (Ferrari): -440
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