Red Bull will likely make it 13 wins on the season at Belgian GP Odds

F1 Belgian Grand Prix Betting Odds: Red Bull Looks To Extend Historic Run To 13

Hungary saw yet another masterful display by Team Red Bull. Max Verstappen picked up his seventh win in a row and Red Bull got win number 12 on the year. That 12th win officially sets the record for consecutive F1 wins in a single season.

And there's no slowdown in sight.

Verstappen is favored to win in Belgium and teammate Sergio Perez (+1100) is third on the oddsboards after Lando Norris (+900). 

Who Will Win The 2023 Belgian Grand Prix?

2023 F1 Belgian Grand Prix Odds
Max Verstappen-360
Lando Norris+900
Sergio Perez+1100
Lewis Hamilton+1400
Oscar Piastri+2200
George Russell+2500
Charles Leclerc+2500
Carlos Sainz+3500
Fernando Alonso+5000
Lance Stroll+25000

Odds as of July 26

Why Is Max Verstappen Favored To Win 2023 Belgian GP?

I mean why wouldn't he be? We're talking about the driver who's on a current seven-race winning streak, who's finished no lower than second the entire season, someone who's posted the fastest lap in six of 11 races and earned a pole position in seven races.

He's just ridiculously dominant at the moment. 

In Belgium, he's won in back-to-back years now. Sure, that 2022 win is debatable but it's still his so it counts. 

And let's not forget what Verstappen is driving. The RB19 is without a doubt the best car to have graced F1 tracks in a long time. We saw its power in Hungary last weekend where Verstappen posted the fastest lap (1:20.504) and fastest average speed (195.910 km/h). That's a full second and almost 3 km/h faster than the next fastest lap in Lewis Hamilton. 

There's no reason to think he's going to lose this weekend.

2023 Belgian GP Value Picks

Ok, but on the off chance that Verstappen can't race in Belgium or is forced to retire early who can win the Spa-Francorchamps?

Sergio Perez (+1100)

He's driving the same RB19 as Max Verstappen and he's picked up a massive confidence boost after last weekend's performance. The Mexican driver managed to push his way from eighth to third and even challenged Lando Norris for second.

Perez is the only driver not named Verstappen to win this year. If Max either can't race or can't finish Perez is the easy favorite to win. 

Lewis Hamilton (+1400)

The English driver has done well at the Spa-Francorchamps. In his last 10 runs on this course, he's won it three times and has finished on the podium eight times.  

And sure, he's not driving that powerful RB19, but Mercedes' W14 has shown some considerable power lately. In Hungary, their car was just a hair slower than the Red Bull car.

If they can put out the same power in Belgium Hamilton will push Verstappen for a win. You'll see below that Mercedes knows how to win here.

Belgian Grand Prix Last 10 Winners

F1 Belgian Grand Prix Last 10 Winners
2022Max VerstappenRed Bull1:25:52.894
2021Max VerstappenRed Bull3:27.027*
2020Lewis HamiltonMercedes1:24:08.761
2019Charles LeclercFerrari1:23:45.710
2018Sebastian VettelFerrari1:23:34.476
2017Lewis HamiltonMercedes1:24:42.820
2016Nico RosbergMercedes1:44:51.058
2015Lewis HamiltonMercedes1:23:40.387
2014Daniel RicciardoRed Bull1:24:36.556
2013Sebastian VettelRed Bull1:23:42.196

Only one lap (not under caution) was completed

Remember what I said about Mercedes? They, and Red Bull, share the most wins at four. You have to consider that record when handicapping who might win this race in the future. 

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