Japanese Grand Prix Odds

  • Track: Suzuka Circuit
  • Circuit Length: 5.8km (3.6 miles)
  • Race Length: 307.5km (191 miles)
  • Laps: 53
  • First Held: 1963
  • Last Years Winner: Max Verstappen
  • Last Years Podium: Lando Norris, Oscar Piastri
  • Last Years Fastest Lap: 1:34.183
  • Most Successful Driver: Michael Schumacher (6)
  • Most Successful Constructor: McLaren (9)
  • Previous Grand Prix: Australian Grand Prix
  • Next Grand Prix: Chinese Grand Prix

Betting Odds for the winner of the Japanese Grand Prix

To say Max Verstappen has dominated the last two Japanese Grand Prix's would be an understatement as he won by 19 and 27 seconds across the two events. If you've caught 5 seconds of the season so far, you'll know that the Dutchman has been dominating in the Red Bull so far this season and his teammate Sergio Perez has been dominating the podium with Ferrari drivers the closest competitors. Oscar Piastri has been the surprise package so far and has outdriven teammate Lando Norris but realistically, neither of McLaren's drivers will rival Verstappen.

Betting Odds for the Podium of the Japanese Grand Prix

Third place is all to play for in this years Grand Prix's after Red Bull dominance, third has been shared by Carlos Sainz Jr and his Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc. George Russell and Oscar Piastri are the only other drivers that have come close to a podium finish this season as the gaps between the teams seem to have gotten even bigger. Hopefully, we see some more competition but there likely won't be much value in the podium finishes of the Japanese Grand Prix.

Betting Odds regarding DNF's in the Japanese Grand Prix

The 2024 Formula One World Championship has been relatively tame when it comes to DNFs, which is typically a good thing but it has meant that the early stages of the season have been a little lacklustre. Last year, there were five retirements in the race, so we're expecting to see a little bit more in the way of DNFs than what we have seen so far.

A driver that many believe could be the first to DNF in this race is Pierre Gasly who is unfortunately sitting in what looks like Alpine's worst ever creation. Gasly finished in the points in the opening two races last year and ended up finishing in 10th in Japan last year. However, the Alpine didn't last a full lap in Jeddah and although Esteban Ocon finished the race, it was clear from qualifying that the Frenchman wasn't happy about the cars performance in qualifying.

Betting Odds regarding the fastest lap in the Japanese Grand Prix

This is the betting market where maybe we will see some competition as the name on pole position doesn't always match the fastest lap of the race. Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc have had the fastest laps so far but typically, in a race where there are a number of yellow flags, it gives a team an excellent opportunity to get an extra point on the board. Which - if you are Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton for example, could be a necessity given performances so far.

History of the Japanese Grand Prix

YearWinnerPodiumNo. of DNFs
2023Max VerstappenLando Norris & Oscar Piastri5
2022Max VerstappenSergio Perez & Charles Leclerc2
2019Valtteri BottasSebastian Vettel & Lewis Hamilton3
2018Lewis HamiltonValtteri Bottas & Max Verstappen3
2017Lewis HamiltonMax Verstappen & Daniel Ricciardo5
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