F1 Japanese Grand Prix Odds

2024 Japanese Grand Prix Betting Odds: Verstappen Favored Yet Again

The 2024 Formula 1 season is off to a rousing start. After a power failure led to him being forced to retire during the Australian Grand Prix, Red Bull’s Max Verstappen is the favorite to win the F1 Japan Grand Prix on Sunday, April 7th, 2024.  Verstappen led last season’s Suzuka showcase from start to finish, winning by a whopping 19 seconds over Lando Norris’ McLaren.

Can Verstappen win for a third straight season? Let’s jump into the latest F1 Japanese Grand Prix odds and evaluate the best bets below.

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F1 japanese Grand Prix Odds

2024 Japanese Grand Prix Betting Odds
Max Verstappen-400
Charles Leclerc+800
Carlos Sainz+800
Sergio Perez+1200
Lando Norris+1400
Oscar Piastri+2800
George Russell+4000
Lewis Hamilton+5000
Fernando Alonso+6600
Lance Stroll+20000

Odds as of April 4th, 2024

Verstappen Favored for Third Straight Japanese grand Prix Victory

“May the odds be ever in your favor” or so the “Hunger Games” slogan goes. Similarly, the odds seem to always be in Verstappen’s favor to win Formula 1 races. Inevitably, sportsbooks have observed the Dutchman’s F1 dominance and juiced his odds for victory in every race.

Verstappen is one of the most skilled drivers in the paddock and has the increasing advantage of piloting the very best racing machine in the world. Red Bull have taken all 50 points from the Suzuka Circuit over the past two years and will be eager to exert their force once again.

Unfortunately there’s little value on Verstappen at -400 to win. Plus, the books have caught on to our Verstappen to win qualifying bet, which is also juiced to -225. Making the best value on the board Sergio Perez +1200 to win the F1 Japanese Grand Prix.

F1 Japanese Grand Prix History

Michael Schumacher is the only driver in Formula 1 history to win the Japanese Grand Prix three straight times from 2000-2002.

Alain Prost and and Ayrton Senna famously battled for F1 supremacy in the late 1980's on this track. While many F1 Championships have been decided during the Japanese Grand Prix. The figure-eight race track is famously quick, providing drivers' and fans a rush of excitement. Over 200,000 fans have attended Suzuka for the Japanese Grand Prix in each of the past two seasons.

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