Saudi Arabian Grand Prix Odds

  • Track: Jeddah Corniche Circuit
  • Circuit Length: 6.174 km (3.8 miles)
  • Race Length: 308.46 km (191.7 miles)
  • Laps: 50
  • First Held: 2021
  • Last Years Winner: Sergio Perez
  • Last Years Podium: Max Verstappen, Fernando Alonso
  • Last Years Fastest Lap: 1:31.906
  • Most Successful Driver: Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez & Lewis Hamilton (1)
  • Most Successful Constructor: Red Bull (2)
  • Previous Grand Prix: Bahrain Grand Prix
  • Next Grand Prix: Australian Grand Prix

Betting Odds for the winner of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix Odds

There might have only been three versions of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix but there have been three different winners of the event with Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez all winning the event. Interestingly enough, Max Verstappen in the only driver who has been on the podium for this race more than once. So, Saudi Grand Prix odds could be very open, depending on what happens in the opening race in Bahrain. Interestingly enough, the inaugural race was the only race that wasn't close with just 5 seconds separating Sergio Perez and Max Verstappen last year and half a second separating the Dutchman and Ferrari's Charles Leclerc the year prior.

Bet on race winners in Formula 1

There isn't much data to go on in regards to history of the race in Saudi Arabia but if a fourth name was to win the race, George Russell could have a fantastic chance depending on how preseason testing and the Bahrain Grand Prix go but Russell has improved every year in this race and bested teammate Lewis Hamilton in both his Grand Prix's with Mercedes.

Betting Odds for the Podium of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix Odds

Due to qualifying, you'll often get an idea of who may sit on the podium before the race begins. In the three versions of the street circuit, Max Verstappen is the only driver that has started outside of the podium and finished on the podium. This could work perfectly for a forecast bet in the second race of the season as players may be able to predict the three names that could finish in the top three in Sunday's race.

Bet on podium finishes in Formula 1

During last year's race, Charles Leclerc finished second in qualifying but received an early ten-place grid penalty which pushed him back to 12th, this led to George Russell beginning the race in 3rd but Red Bulls pace was simply too much for the rest of the field to handle as Sergio Perez won the race with Max Verstappen coming back from 15th position to finish second. In qualifying Verstappen went out in the second round with a driveshift failure.

Betting Odds regarding DNF's in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix Odds

The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix is one of the most action packed races in the calendar. However, perhaps for the wrong reasons with penalties and accidents sitting centre-stage instead of a fantastic day of racing. Hopefully, the Saudi Arabian GP is different for the whole weekend this time out. However, for those that are at the back of the race, it is a difficult track for overtaking, which makes it essential for drivers to have a good start to the race. Last year's race saw an incident that impacted Oscar Piastri, Lando Norris and Pierre Gasly and forced an early pitstop and change of strategy.

Typically, the start of the race causes issues but sets the race pace but the difficult track causes a large number of crashes each year, so you can expect to see a safety car.

In two out of the last three races, the drivers that have started in 17th and 19th have failed to finish. So, it could be that whoever begins in those positions, could end up repeating history.

Betting Odds regarding position finishes in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix Odds

For those teams that are looking to finish in the points this season, they'll hope to replicate the success of the likes of Alpine who last season picked up two points finishes. However, if it wasn't for the engine failure of Lance Stroll, it looked like the top 10 positions would be filled with just five teams. In previous years, it has been much more diverse with seven teams filling the top 10 in 2022 and 2021.

Betting Odds regarding the fastest lap in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix Odds

In the history of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, two out of the three fastest laps have come from the driver that finished second. The only year this didn't have was in 2021 where Verstappen and Hamilton collide, after the restart, Hamilton would ahead and subsequently pick up the first fastest lap of the race.

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History of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

YearWinnerPodiumNo. of DNFs
2023Sergio PerezMax Verstappen & Fernando Alonso2
2022Max VerstappenCharles Leclerc & Carlos Sainz6
2021Lewis HamiltonMax Verstappen & Valtteri Bottas5

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