Belgian Grand Prix Odds
The Formula 1 Season is back in action this weekend after a lengthy break. Drivers are set to compete in the Belgian Grand Prix. Here is a look at the odds to win this event.
The Belgian Grand Prix takes place Sunday at 8AM ET from Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps. The race is a 191-mile contest that will run 44 laps around the track. According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, Lewis Hamilton is the favorite to win this race, as he has -142 odds to win. Other short odds to win are Sebastian Vettel (+275) and Valtteri Bottas (+350).
Hamilton is a two-time winner of this race, last taking the win in 2015. He currently sits second in the point standings, 14 points behind Vettel for the lead. Hamilton has four wins this year with two runner-up finishes.
Vettel is also a two-time winner of this event. His last win in Belgium was 2013. Vettel has a 14-point lead on Hamilton for first in the series right now. Like Hamilton, Vettel also has four wins this year, but he has four runner-up finishes as well.
Bottas has never won this race, finishing outside the top 5 the last few years. This year, Bottas is third in the point standings thanks to joining Mercedes. He stands 33 points out of first place. Bottas has two wins on the year and three runner-up finishes.