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Formula One (F1) Odds: Mexican Grand Prix Odds & Picks

F1 odds and picks for this weekend's Mexican Grand Prix. Who should you be betting to win? Who is the favorite? Johnn Covers breaks down the field and gives us his favorite Formula 1 prediction.
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Formula One (F1) Odds: Mexican Grand Prix Odds & Picks

There are still three races left, but the titles in both Formula One's Champion and Driver's chase have already been decided; with Max Verstappen and Red Bull sweeping both. The majority of the season's remaining storylines are off the beaten path, but there are still several worth following.

There is also the current drama surrounding the Red Bull cost cap issue, open driver positions at Williams and Haas for 2023, and the recent announcement that Audi will be entering the sport in 2025. Max Verstappen is actively pursuing the record for most victories in an F1 season, last weekend in Austin, he hit that milestone (13), but he did so in one more race than Michael Schumacher did in 2004 and in the same number of races that Sebastian Vettel did in 2013. Verstappen has been quick to acknowledge that if he breaks the record, however, it will be in more races than either Schumacher or Vettel did.

Lower in the standings, there are additional positions that need to be settled. Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez are vying for second place in a close race. The Mexican driver trails Leclerc by just two points, but he hosts this weekend. In five of his last six home Grand Prix outings, Perez has registered a point, and last year, he finished on the podium. Can he win this next weekend in Mexico?

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Mexican Grand Prix Odds & Picks

In terms of the track this weekend, F1 will go to Mexico City for another regularly well-attended race after a record audience of 440,000 filled the bleachers in Austin over the course of the weekend. Although Mexico hosted its inaugural F1 race in 1963, it has been on and off the schedule ever since.

The stadium section of the circuit, which is its most recognizable aesthetic feature, was included in the track's new configuration when Mexico City once again hosted an F1 race in 2015. Near the finish of the lap, there are two slow corners within a former baseball stadium that are part of the stadium portion.

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Formula One (F1): Mexican Grand Prix Odds & Picks

When: October 30, 4:00 PM EDT

How to Watch: ESPN

Where: Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez, Mexico City, Mexico

Top 5 Outright Betting Odds

Max Verstappen @ -170 (Bet $170 to collect $270) The best odds are available at FanDuel now!

Charles Leclerc @ +500 (Bet $100 to collect $600) The best odds are available at FanDuel now!

Sergio Perez @ +500 (Bet $100 to collect $600) The best odds are available at FanDuel now!

Carlos Sainz @ +1300 (Bet $100 to collect $1400) The best odds are available at FanDuel now!

Lewis Hamilton @ +1300 (Bet $100 to collect $1400) The best odds are available at FanDuel now!

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Podium Finish: Max Verstappen -210

More than any other driver, Verstappen has three victories in this venue and while he’s already locked up the trophies this season; history clearly remains on his mind. Depending on how qualifying goes, it’s also worth noting that none of those victories were earned from the first position. 

Following a pattern of incredible driving, Verstappen started from outside the pole position for nine of his 13 victories this season as well. The previous four winners of this race, including Lewis Hamilton's victory in Mexico in 2019, did not start from the front row, and I like him getting it done once again in this one.

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Johnny has been covering the sports betting markets and handicapping games for the better part of the past decade. Along the way, he has written for publications such as All-In Magazine, Blitz Predict, FantasyPros, Betting Pros, Sportsbook Review, and most recently, OddsChecker. In addition to giving out picks on Twitter, Johnny is the host of the podcast The Daily Sports Bet -- a 10 minute or less listen with actionable insights and no fluff or BS. Starting the podcast in June, he closed out 2021 up 26 units with a winning percentage of 55%.


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