2018 Brazilian Grand Prix Odds and Prediction

2018 Brazilian Grand Prix Odds and Prediction

Written by on November 9, 2018

Max Verstappen took the Mexico Grand Prix over Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen. Verstappen’s a +700 underdog to win his second Formula 1 race in a row. Can Verstappen get it done, or will Vettel and Lewis Hamilton secure their spots atop the F1 standings? Check out the Formula 1 odds and betting analysis for the 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix!

2018 Brazilian Grand Prix Odds and Prediction

  • When: Sunday, Nov. 11 at 9:10 am ET
  • Where: Autodromo Jose Carloa Pace, Brazil
  • TV: ABC

2018 Brazilian Grand Prix Odds

  • Sebastian Vettel +160
  • Lewis Hamilton +175
  • Valtteri Bottas +600
  • Kimi Raikkonen +600
  • Max Verstappen +700
  • Daniel Ricciardo +2500
  • Field +7000

Who has the Best Shot at Brazilian Grand Prix Glory? Vettel or Hamilton?

This one’s tough because Vettel won the Brazilian Grand Prix last year while Hamilton won it in 2015. Vettel raced well when finishing second to Verstappen in Mexico in the last Formula 1 race. Hamilton had trouble in that one. The best he could do was a 4th place finish.

Overall, Vettel’s won this race 3 times while Hamilton’s only had 1 victory. However, Mercedes, which Hamilton drives, took the race in 3 straight years from 2014 through 2016. That gives Hamilton a possible edge even though he offers better odds than Vettel.

Which less than double-digit odds driver has the best shot? Bottas, Raikkonen, or Verstappen?

Bottas finished second in last year’s race, Raikkonen finished third, while Verstappen finished 5th. His win in Mexico makes Verstappen a tough driver to deal with on Sunday, but Bottas qualified for the pole at last year’s Brazilian Grand Prix. He should be in a good position to get the win in Brazil and qualifies as a true contender at decent +600 odds.

Does Ricciardo have a shot at +2500?

The Australian Ricciardo drove well at last year’s Brazilian Grand Prix, finishing 6th behind winner Vettel, Bottas, Raikkonen, Hamilton and Verstappen. Ricciardo finished third in Mexico. He retired in Austin, but that won’t have an affect on how he performs on Sunday.

If you’re looking to back a longshot, Ricciardo might be the one to back. He offers much better odds than any of the others not in the field while his form in last year’s Brazilian GP means he could stay in the race until the end.

Can any Driver in the Field take the Brazil Grand Prix Checkered Flag?

Felipe Massa finished 7th at last year’s race, but he was over 20 seconds behind Ricciardo in 6th. It’s hard to see Massa making much of an impact. If you want to put a few bucks on the field just to see if the close to impossible happens, go for it. Just don’t get crazy because the winner should come from the drivers offering individual odds.