Both titles are decided and we're down to the penultimate race of the 2022 Formula 1 season, as the sport descends on Sao Paulo for the Brazilian Grand Prix.
While it no longer holds its place on the calendar as the season finale, the Brazilian GP still holds a place in the hearts of both drivers and fans, as one of the best circuits on the grid and one that has been host to some iconic moments.
Many of those moments belong to Lewis Hamilton, who is still without a win this year but will start Sunday's race on the front row. Find out how Hamilton stacks up in the Brazilian Grand Prix odds below.
F1 Brazilian Grand Prix odds
|Driver||Odds to win Brazilian GP|
Odds courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook on November 12, 2022.
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Brazilian Grand Prix favorites
Max Verstappen (+125)
Verstappen was already crowned the 2022 Drivers' Champion before the Mexican Grand Prix but still delivered a championship performance, taking pole position and winning comfortably.
With his most recent win, Verstappen set the record for most wins in a season but he has work ahead to add to that on Sunday, as he will start third.
Lewis Hamilton (+200)
Despite another competitive weekend in Mexico, Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes were unable to find a first win of the season. Hamilton's record of having won a race in every season he's raced in F1 is down to its penultimate race but there are few tracks the seven-time champion would rather win at than Brazil.
Some of the highest highs in Hamilton's career have come here, and the country embraces him like no other — so much so that Hamilton was awarded with honorary citizenship earlier this year — with driver and country sharing adoration for the late Ayrton Senna.
Hamilton will have a strong chance at a victory on Sunday, starting on the front row in second.
George Russell (+235)
Despite starting the sprint race in third, Mercedes' George Russell will start on pole in Sunday's race after overtaking Max Verstappen for the race lead and not looking back during Saturday's sprint.
Understanding F1 betting odds
The most popular way to bet on Formula 1 odds is by simply picking the winner of a particular race. Other popular F1 betting options include which car/constructor will win and whether or not a particular race car driver will end up on the podium with a Top-3 finish.
F1 race odds usually look like this:
- Sergio Perez +1,400
This means that on a $100 bet, you'll stand to profit $1,400 if Perez wins that particular race. If one driver is especially dominant, you might see a minus sign (-) ahead of that driver's odds like this:
- Max Verstappen -120
This means that you would need to bet $120 to win $100 on Verstappen winning the race.