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F1 Odds: Charles Leclerc Has Odds Slashed After Nabbing Monaco Grand Prix Pole

The latest F1 odds for this weekend's Monaco Grand Prix had a shuffle following Saturday's qualifying. Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz finished with the two fastest times, giving Ferrari the first and second spot for race day and improving their F1 odds for Sunday.
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F1 Odds: Charles Leclerc Has Odds Slashed After Nabbing Monaco Grand Prix Pole

On Saturday, Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, a Monaco native, put his stamp on the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix by qualifying first for Sunday's race. In the process, Leclerc's F1 odds for the Monaco Grand Prix were slashes as he became the odds-on favorite to win.

Leclerc finished qualifying with a time of 1:11.376, giving him the pole for his home race on Sunday. Leclerc's teammate, Carlos Sainz, qualified second to give Ferrari both top spots for Sunday's race and improve both of their F1 odds.

The Monaco Grand Prix is considered the biggest race of the season and one of the biggest motorsport races in the entire world. So, you can expect F1 odds for the Monaco Grand Prix to be heavily bet. However, Leclerc has never even finished the race, dating all the way back to his Formula 2 days.

Behind the pair of Ferrari drivers were both Red Bull drivers and Sergio Perez qualified third for the Monaco Grand Prix and Max Verstappen, who leads the Driver's Standings, qualified fourth. McClaren's Lando Norris rounded out the top 5.

What impact did this have on the F1 odds for the Monaco Grand Prix? Let's take a look and find out.

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F1 Odds: Monaco Grand Prix Odds

DriverOddsImplied Probability
Charles Leclerc-22569.2%
Max Verstappen+50016.7%
Sergio Perez+85010.5%
Carlos Sainz+85010.5
Lando Norris+40002.4%
George Russell+110000.9%
Lewis Hamilton+140000.7%
Fernando Alonso+200000.5%
Sebastian Vettel+500000.2%
Valtteri Bottas+500000.2%

As you can see from the latest F1 odd for Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix, it's officially Charles Leclerc's race to lose, according to oddsmakers.

Leclerc, prior to Saturday's qualifying round, was +110 to win the Monaco Grand Prix. Now, following Saturday's great performance, his F1 odds for Sunday sit at -225, giving him a 69% implied probability to win.

The second shortest F1 odds for this weekend belong to the driver leading the individual standings, Max Verstappen. Verstappen qualified fourth on Saturday, but his +500 odds are still the second shortest in the field.

Sergio Perez and Carlos Sainz both sit at +850, closing out the top four and the only drivers who have F1 odds under +1000 for the Monaco Grand Prix. McLaren's Lando Norris qualified fifth and sits at +4000, implying just a 2.4% chance he wins on Sunday.

Click here for the latest F1 odds for Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix

Monaco Grand Prix Race Information

  • Time: 9:00 am ET
  • Date: Sunday, May 29
  • How to Watch: ESPN
  • Location: Circuit de Monaco

Monaco Grand Prix Qualifying Results

PositionDriverTeamTime
1Charles LeclercFerrari1:11.376
2Carlos SainzFerrari1:11.601
3Sergio PerezRed Bull1:11.629
4Max VerstappenRed Bull1:11.666
5Lando NorrisMcLaren1:11.849
6George RussellMercedes1:12.112
7Fernando AlonsoAlpine1:12.247
8Lewis HamiltonMercedes1:12.560
9Sebastion VettelAston Martin1:12.732
10Esteban OconAlpine1:13.047
11Yuki TsunodaAlphaTauri1:12.797
12Valtteri BotasAlpha Romeo1:12.909
13Kevin MagnussenHaas1:12.921
14Daniel RicciardoMcLaren1:12.964
15Mick SchumacherHaas1:13.081
16Alex AlbonWilliams1:13.611
17Pierre GaslyAlphaTauri1:13.660
18Lance StrollAston Martin1:13.678
19Nicholas LatifiWilliams1:14.403
20Zhou GuanyuAlpha Romeo1:15.606

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Brian is a sports journalist with close to ten years of experience in the business. A lifelong Philadelphia sports fan with a passion for all things sports gambling.

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