F1 Dutch Grand Prix Predictions & Odds

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Venue: Circuit Zandvoort, The Netherlands. It was yet another race to remember for Max Verstappen and Red Bull as they cruised to victory at the Belgian Grand Prix last time out, to strengthen even further his grip on the 2022 Driver’s Championship. Consequently, as the Formula 1 circus rolls on to the Dutch Grand Prix, it promises to be a real party atmosphere at the Circuit Zandvoort, with Verstappen sure to be egged on by his passionate home support. Whilst the title and the Constructor’s Championship looks all but done, there is still pride to race for and there will be plenty of drivers vying for points, with the end of the 2022 season on the horizon.

Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix Predictions

F1 Dutch Grand Prix Race Winner

In race fifteen of the 2022 Formula One season, all of the biggest names on the grid will be battling for supremacy here at the Circuit Zandvoort: Max Verstappen – $2 There looks to be no stopping Max Verstappen, as he now has his second Formula 1 world title in the bag. Winning from 15th place on the grid at the Belgian Grand Prix last weekend epitomised the supremacy he currently has over the field and how he would love to press home his advantage in front of home support. Conditions at the Circuit Zandvoort should suit, and Verstappen could romp home again this weekend. Charles Leclerc – $5.50 It was another weekend to forget for Charles Leclerc and Ferrari at Spa, with decisions both on and off the track not proving too fruitful. There have been positives from this season however, with Leclerc clearly coming of age at the sharp end of Formula 1 and he will want to build on that ahead of next season. Ferrari could do with a pick me up though and how Leclerc would love to silence the home fans here. Sergio Perez – $11 Red Bull have enjoyed a season to remember and a huge part of that has been down to Sergio Perez’s consistency in the second driver position. The Mexican has had to play second fiddle to Max Verstappen, but he has continually put points on the board for his team, making the Constructors Championship a relative forgone conclusion at this stage of the season. With Verstappen and Leclerc sure to be battling once again, Perez looks well positioned to pick off any scraps that come his way.

F1 Dutch Grand Prix Top Six Finish

Race 15 of the season here in the Netherlands presents an opportunity for every driver to keep putting points on the board: George Russell – $1.25 With yet another top 6 finish in the bag at the Belgian Grand Prix last weekend, George Russell is clearly a man in form. He has been one of the bright sparks for Mercedes this season and he now looks ready to contend at the very top of Formula 1. The young Brit is fearless and now looks to be fully getting a handle on the Mercedes car this year and he should be well in contention for another top 6 showing this weekend. Carlos Sainz – $1.25 Podiums have been plentiful for Carlos Sainz this season and he has emerged as a real candidate for the number one driver spot at Ferrari. The Spaniard has consistently put points on the board this term and he clearly has a good relationship with team mate Charles Leclerc. Another top 6 finish here would do wonders for his confidence, with a hectic end of the season programme on the approach. Pierre Gasly – $8 It has been a quiet season for Pierre Gasly but the Frenchman has the ability to turn it on at any point. A previous race winner, Gasly is a fearless competitor, who has enjoyed the driving conditions at the Dutch Grand Prix in years gone by. He is a long shot in a congested field but if things get tangled up ahead of him, he certainly has the knowhow to find himself in the top 6 come the chequered flag.

F1 Dutch Grand Prix Best Bets:

Race Winner: Max Verstappen – $2.00 Top Six Finish: Carlos Sainz– $1.25
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Combining his sports coaching career with freelance journalism, Sam is a sports betting writer for various online publications. He is looking to develop both his respective coaching and writing careers, whilst incorporating his other huge passion - travelling the world. Sam currently lives and works in Milan, Italy and playing/following/writing about cricket, football (soccer), tennis, formula 1 and golf continue to take up much of his spare time.