The second half of the 2022 Formula 1 season continues in the Netherlands for the Dutch Grand Prix.
The betting favorite at Circuit Zandvoort is Drivers' Championship leader Max Verstappen, who is coming off a commanding victory at the Belgian Grand Prix on Sunday for his ninth win of the year.
This will be the second straight year the Dutch GP will be held after it was off the F1 schedule from 1986 through 2020.
Check out the full odds for the 2022 Dutch Grand Prix below, and check out our Dutch Grand Prix picks for more.
F1 Dutch Grand Prix odds
|Driver||Odds to win Dutch GP|
Odds courtesy of bet365 on September 3, 2022.
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Dutch Grand Prix Prix favorites
Max Verstappen (-250)
Verstappen became the first Dutch driver to win this race when it returned to the F1 schedule a year ago and is the overwhelming favorite to make it two in a row, after qualifying on pole during Saturday's qualifying.
The 24-year-old has won three straight races and nine total on the year for a commanding lead in the Driver standings with 284 points.
Charles Leclerc (+350)
Verstappen's closest competitor on the grid and on the odds board is Leclerc. After winning two of the year's first three races, he's only claimed victory once in 11 subsequent races and has reached only two podiums in that time.
Leclerc gave Verstappen his best shot with two excellent laps during Q3 on Saturday but it wasn't enough to take pole.
Lewis Hamilton (+850)
Hamilton and Mercedes have enjoyed a competitive weekend at Zandvoort, but qualifying came to a frustrating end for he and teammate George Russell. The pair were on their final laps of Q3 when Sergio Perez spun, causing them to abort their laps. As is, Hamilton will start fourth on Sunday.
Dutch Grand Prix starting grid
|Starting Position||Driver (Team)|
|1.||Max Verstappen (Red Bull)|
|2.||Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)|
|3.||Carlos Sainz Jr. (Ferrari)|
|4.||Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)|
|5.||Sergio Perez (Red Bull)|
|6.||George Russell (Mercedes)|
|7.||Lando Norris (McLaren)|
|8.||Mick Schumacher (Haas)|
|9.||Yuki Tsunoda (AlphaTauri)|
|10.||Lance Stroll (Aston Martin)|
|11.||Pierre Gasly (AlphaTauri)|
|12.||Esteban Ocon (Alpine)|
|13.||Fernando Alonso (Alpine)|
|14.||Zhou Guanyu (Alfa Romeo)|
|15.||Alex Albon (Williams)|
|16.||Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo)|
|17.||Daniel Ricciardo (McLaren)|
|18.||Kevin Magnussen (Haas)|
|19.||Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin)|
|20.||Nicholas Latifi (Williams)|
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.