F1 Spanish Grand Prix Odds: Charles Leclerc Given a 41% Chance to Upset Max Verstappen

The Spanish Grand Prix takes place this Sunday in Barcelona. Will Charles Leclerc be able to upset Max Verstappen this week? Let's look at the F1 Spanish Grand Prix odds for this event.
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F1 Spanish Grand Prix Odds: Charles Leclerc Given a 41% Chance to Upset Max Verstappen

On Sunday, F1 makes its next stop as they make their way to Barcelona for the Spanish Grand Prix. The sports' most dominant driver, Max Verstappen, is currently pretty hot winning back-to-back races heading into this week's Grand Prix.

When looking at the F1 Spanish Grand Prix odds, the oddsmakers have Verstappen as the favorite once again but Charles Leclerc is a reasonable challenger. Will Leclerc be able to upset Verstappen on Sunday? Let's break down the full details of the F1 Spanish Grand Prix odds.

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F1 Spanish Grand Prix Odds

DriverSpanish Grand Prix OddsImplied Chance
Max Verstappen+11047.62%
Charles Leclerc+14540.82%
Carlos Sainz+13007.14%
Sergio Perez+18005.26%
George Russell +35002.78%
Lewis Hamilton+35002.78%
Lando Norris+110000.90%
Valtteri Bottas+200000.50%

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Charles Leclerc Spanish Grand Prix Odds +145 (Bet $100 to win $145)

Today, I wanted to focus on Charles Leclerc. Sure, Max Verstappen is the favorite we all know why he's so good but if there is someone who can pull off the upset, it's Charles Leclerc. The Spanish Grand Prix Odds give him a 40.82% chance of winning and Carlos Sainz who has the third-best odds only has a 7.14% chance.

Leclerc already has two wins on the season. He won the first race of the season, the Bahrain Grand Prix, and then he was the winner of the Australia Grand Prix back in April. Last time out, in Miami, Charles Leclerc finished second behind none other than Max Verstappen.

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Last year, at the Spanish Grand Prix, Charles Leclerc finished fourth. This year it would be surprising if he finished anywhere outside of the top two and he has a legit chance to make it a first-place finish this week.

How to Watch the 2022 F1 Spanish Grand Prix

  • Date: Sunday, May 22
  • Start: 9 a.m. ET
  • Where to Watch: ESPN/fubo TV
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