Russian Grand Prix Odds
The 2017 Russian Grand Prix is the next stop in the 2017 Formula 1 season. Here is a look at the odds to win this race.
The Russian Grand Prix takes place Sunday at 8AM ET from Sochi Autodrom. The race is a 192-mile contest that will run 53 laps around the track. According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, Lewis Hamilton is favored to win the race, as he is getting odds of -110 to prevail. Other short odds to win are Sebastian Vettel (+125) and Valtteri Bottas (+600).
Hamilton won this race in 2014 and 2015. He comes into this week’s race second in the standings after finishing first in one race and second in two others.
Vettel has yet to win this race. His car was retired in last year’s race and he placed second in 2015. He is the current points leader thanks to two wins this year and one runner-up finish.
Bottas finished fourth in this race last year and 12th in 2015. Bottas comes into this weekend third in the point standings. He has placed third in two of the three races.