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2016 Monaco Grand Prix Odds

Daniel Ricciardo Red Bull Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix

Following a disastrous weekend in Barcelona at the Spanish Grand Prix, Mercedes will hope to rebound with some strong driving at the Monaco Grand Prix this weekend. One thing is for certain when it comes to the Mercedes team entering this race: Nico Rosberg loves this track.

Rosberg enters Sunday’s race on the Circuit de Monaco with three consecutive wins there with one more checkered flag tying him with the legendary Alain Prost for fourth all time. The German began the 2016 F1 season with four straight wins (Australia, Bahrain, China, Russia) before faltering at Spain in the last race.

Yes, it was a nightmarish weekend for the entire Mercedes team as both Rosberg and teammate Lewis Hamilton wrecked out of the race after colliding with each other on the opening lap. That opened the door for 18-year-old Max Verstappen, in his first ride with Red Bull after his promotion from Toro Rosso, to capture the checkered flag in Spain, driving wonderfully and capitalizing on the opportunity.

The eye-opening run for the Mercedes team continued in qualifying as Verstappen's Red Bull teammate Daniel Ricciardo outdrove both Rosberg and Hamilton to capture the pole Saturday. The Aussie beat Rosberg by 0.169 seconds with Hamilton qualifying third on the grid.

Online shop Bovada is presently offering Ricciardo as the -130 fave, while Rosberg comes next on the oddsboard at +300 with Hamilton right there at +325.

If Verstappen is to win in Monaco, it's going to take one hell of a drive. The Dutchman crashed his Red Bull in the first session at the swimming pool complex and will start 21st in the grid. He is currently being offered at +10000.

It is worth noting that Ricciardo recorded the fastest lap in last year’s Monaco Grand Prix at 1:18:063 while Verstappen crashed in lap 64 after colliding with Romain Grosjean.

If you’re thinking about backing Ferrari, maybe think again. The last time a Ferrari driver took the checkered flag in the principality was back in 2001 (Michael Schumacher). Kimi Räikkönen is second in the drivers’ standings, however, and does have a couple of second-place finishes on his resume this season. The Finn has never won in Monaco and finished sixth there last year.

2016 Monaco Grand Prix Outright Winner Odds

Odds as of May 28 at Bovada

  • Daniel Ricciardo -130
  • Nico Rosberg +300
  • Lewis Hamilton +325
  • Sebastian Vettel +1600
  • Kimi Raikkonen +10000
  • Max Verstappen +10000
  • Carlos Sainz Jr +15000
  • Nico Hulkenberg +15000
  • Daniil Kvyat +20000
  • Sergio Perez +20000
  • Fernando Alonso +25000
  • Valtteri Bottas +25000
  • Felipe Massa +30000
  • Jenson Button +30000
  • Romain Grosjean +75000
  • Esteban Gutierrez +100000
  • Kevin Magnussen +200000
  • Jolyon Palmer +250000
  • Felipe Nasr +300000
  • Marcus Ericsson +300000
  • Pascal Wehrlein +300000
  • Rio Haryanto +400000