F1 Chinese Grand Prix Odds

F1 Chinese Grand Prix Betting Odds: Find the Value on Verstappen

A return to the Shanghai International Circuit is next up on the F1 calendar. 56 laps will determine the victor of the tricky F1 Chinese Grand Prix.

Let's dive into the latest F1 Chinese Grand Prix odds with three-time defending Formula 1 Champion Max Verstappen once again instilled as the favorite:

2024 F1 Chinese Grand Prix Odds

F1 Chinese Grand Prix Odds
Max Verstappen-500
Sergio Perez+800
Carlos Sainz+1000
Charles Leclerc+1000
Lando Norris+3300
Oscar Piastri+5000
Lewis Hamilton+5000
George Russell+5000
Fernando Alonso+6600
Lance Stroll+75000
Nico Hulkenburg+100000
Yuki Tsunoda+100000
Daniel Ricciardo+200000
Alexander Albon+200000
Kevin Magnussen+200000
Valteri Bottas+200000
Guanyu Zhou+300000

Logan Sargeant

Estaban Ocon+300000
Pierre Gasly+300000

Odds as of April 16

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F1 Chinese Grand Prix Favorite : Max Verstappen -500

China is one of the last stops on the F1 tour where Red Bull's golden boy has yet to be victorious. Max Verstappen hasn't had the opportunity to win on the Shanghai Circuit as the last three Grand Prix's have been cancelled due to Covid-19.

However, Red Bull have faired well on the course historically. Daniel Riccardo left in the victor's circle in 2018, and Sebastian Vettel won here way back in 2009.

Verstappen smoked the competition in Japan, finishing 20 seconds ahead of Carlos Sainz' third-place Ferrari. He's won three of four F1 races thus far, with Charles Leclerc 18-second margin in Saudia Arabia the closest a competitor has come to defeating Max's Red Bull in open racing. He's also emerged as the winner in qualifying in every race so far this season. Making his -185 qualify winner odds the best value bet on the F1 odds board.

A power failure is the only reason Verstappen hasn't swept the season series. At this point betting on any other driver to win is simply a prayer that something goes wrong for Red Bull. Over the past three seasons, it so rarely has. Making Verstappen to win qualifying the play for the F1 Chinese Grand Prix.

History Of The F1 Chinese Grand Prix

The Chinese Grand Prix joined the F1 calendar in 2004 alongside Bahrain.

Sir Lewis Hamilton holds the record for most wins at the Shanghai International Circuit with six. He won the last iteration of the event in 2019.

The track features one of the most complex combinations on the F1 circuit. Turn one and two offer a demanding 270-degree right hand corner that progressively decreases in width. Perhaps a challenger can overtake Verstappen from the start?

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