United States Grand Prix Tips

United States Grand Prix Betting Tips

Max Verstappen sealed his third successive World Drivers’ Championship in Qatar last race weekend but there is plenty of interest lower down in the pecking order as the 10 teams head to the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas.

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Lewis Hamilton is chasing down Verstappen’s teammate, Sergio Perez, for the silver medal in the World Drivers’ Championship and Fernando Alonso is trying to fend off the Ferrari duo of Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc to take third.

Meanwhile, the vastly-improved McLarens of Lando Norris and rookie Oscar Piastri are looking to leapfrog Aston Martin into fourth in the World Constructors’ Championship, with a third-place finish not entirely out of the question after the papaya team put both drivers on the podium in each of the last two races.

Tip 1 - Oscar Piastri to finish on the podium at 10/11

The lengths the Formula One team principals went, McLaren’s Zak Brown in particular, to tie down Oscar Piastri last season offered an insight into how highly-rated the young Australian is in the sport and the 22-year-old certainly has not disappointed.

McLaren underwent a troubling period earlier in the year but their car development during the season has started to pay dividends and the vastly-improved papaya car has allowed Piastri to show us the full extent of his abilities in recent weeks.

He won the Sprint in Qatar before taking second place in the Grand Prix on Sunday, helping McLaren to their first back-to-back double podiums since 2010 after his third-place finish in Japan.

With McLaren now looking like the second-fastest team on the grid, Piastri could be in for another fine performance in Austin.

Tip 2 - Esteban Ocon to finish in the points at 41/50

Esteban Ocon closed the gap on teammate Pierre Gasly to just two points in Qatar and he can claim another points finish around the Circuit of the Americas.

Gearbox and steering issues forced Ocon to retire his car in Italy and Singapore respectively, but the Frenchman has finished in the top 10 in each of the last four Grands Prix he has completed.

Ocon finished 11th in last year’s United States Grand Prix after starting from the pit lane and has previously shown some decent pace around this track.

With the bit between his teeth as he chases down his compatriot and teammate, expect him to perform well if his car allows.

Tip 3 - Logan Sargeant not to be classified at 14/5

Logan Sargeant made his Formula One practice debut at the 2022 United States Grand Prix but the American rookie could be in for another difficult weekend as he returns to his homeland as a fully-fledged F1 driver.

Sargeant is one of only three drivers yet to score a point this season - the other two being Nyck de Vries and Daniel Ricciardo - and the only one of those three to have taken part in every Grand Prix so far.

One contributor to this unwanted record is his uncanny ability to put the car in the wall. He has failed to complete four of the last seven Grands Prix and has failed to finish more times than any other driver this season.

Sargeant also has to contend with the pressures of a home crowd, which could lead to him overdriving his Williams and further damage his chances of finishing the race.

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