With only 2 races left in the 2019 Formula One Season, Lewis Hamilton has placed the championship trophy into the bag. Although Hamilton has already won the hardware, it doesn’t mean his fellow competitors won’t try to take the checkered flag on Sunday. Check out the F1 odds and analysis for the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix!
2019 Brazilian Grand Prix Odds, Preview & Predictions
- When: Sunday, Nov. 17 at 12:10 pm ET
- Where: Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace
- TV: ESPN 2
- Live Stream: WatchESPN
Odds to Win the 2019 Brazil Grand Prix
- Lewis Hamilton +135
- Valtteri Bottas +275
- Max Verstappen +275
- Sebastian Vettel +500
- Charles Leclerc +1400
- Alexander Albon +9000
Which Mercedes driver, Lewis Hamilton or Valtteri Bottas, has the best chance of winning the Brazil Grand Prix?
Not only did Mercedes win the F1 Championship with Lewis Hamilton, they are almost guaranteed to finish second with Valtteri Bottas. Heading to Brazil, Bottas has 314 points. Valtteri is ahead of Max Verstappen by 64 points.
In the head-to-head on Sunday, Bottas figures to drive well on Nov. 17. But, Bottas finished 5th at the 2018 Brazil Grand Prix. Even Hamilton has already won the championship, that doesn’t mean he won’t strive for another trophy. Expect Hamilton to beat Bottas as well as win another Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday.
Which Ferrari driver, Charles Leclerc or Sebastian Vettel, has the best chance of winning the Brazil Grand Prix?
Vettel has a better chance, but Leclerc might be worth a look at +1400 odds. Charles finished 4th at Mexico on Oct. 27. On Nov. 3 in the U.S., Leclerc finished 4th again. If Hamilton falters, Leclerc has much of a shot to win as Bottas. That gives him the third best shot to win the Brazilian Grand Prix after Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen.
What are Max Verstappen’s fair odds to win the Brazil GP?
Verstappen has driven great. However, his odds are much too low to recommend a wager. Even though he’s second choice along with Valtteri, Verstappen’s true chances of beating Hamilton are closer to +325 than +275. If you just want higher odds than the chalk, he’s a decent play. Otherwise, back Hamilton.
Should Alexander Albon’s odds be higher or lower to win the Brazil Grand Prix?
The odds on Albon should be higher. He hasn’t finish better than 4th in any race this year. Furthermore, Albon finished 4th in only a single race, the Japan Grand Prix, this season. He has plenty of 5th place finishes. 5th place doesn’t provide much in Formula 1.