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Formula 1 2023 British Grand Prix Odds & Picks

Daniel Coyle

by Daniel Coyle in Racing

Updated Jul 4, 2023 · 6:59 PM PDT

Red Bull Racing driver Max Verstappen celebrating a win in Montreal
Jun 18, 2023; Montreal, Quebec, CAN; Red Bull Racing driver Max Verstappen (NED) holds with pride his winner trophy of the Canadian Grand Prix at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. Mandatory Credit: David Kirouac-USA TODAY Sports
  • Max Verstappen favored to win sixth straight race at this weekend’s British Grand Prix
  • Sergio Perez second on the odds after character performance last weekend in Austria
  • Read on for all British Grand Prix odds, picks, and predictions ahead of Sunday morning’s race at Silverstone Circuit

Max Verstappen looks to set another personal best with a sixth straight victory as the scene shifts to Silverstone for Sunday’s running of the 2023 British Grand Prix. Verstappen extended his dominance of this year’s Formula 1 circuit with another clean sweep last week in Austria, and now enjoys a massive 81-point lead atop the Drivers Standings. However, the two-time defending champion returns to England searching for his first ever win in the British Grand Prix.

Here’s a look at all the odds and trends ahead of the 2023 British Grand Prix on Sunday morning, with race time set for 10:00am ET at Silverstone Circuit.

Odds to Win 2023 British Grand Prix

Driver Odds to Win Odds to Finish Top Three Odds to Finish Top Six Odds to Finish Top Ten
Max Verstappen -360 -450 -800 -900
Sergio Perez +700 -165 -600 -900
Lewis Hamilton +1100 -105 -550 -700
Charles Leclerc +1100 -105 -550 -700
Fernando Alonso +1800 +150 -450 -650
Carlos Sainz Jr. +2500 +300 -300 -600
George Russell +3000 +350 -300 -550
Lando Norris +13000 +1100 +175 -330
Lance Stroll +15000 +2800 +165 -225
Esteban Ocon +30000 +5000 +500 -225
Pierre Gasly +40000 +5500 +550 -330
Oscar Piastri +50000 +6500 +1100 +160
Yuki Tsunoda +70000 +20000 +4000 +330
Valtteri Bottas +70000 +15000 +4000 +300
Nico Hulkenberg +70000 +13000 +2500 +285
Kevin Magnussen +70000 +13000 +2500 +285
Alex Albon +70000 +10000 +1600 +170
Nyck de Vries +90000 +25000 +10000 +1400
Logan Sargent +90000 +25000 +10000 +1400
Guanyu Zhou +90000 +20000 +6500 +400

Verstappen looks to the weekend perched as a lofty -360 favorite to claim his eighth victory of the season, and sports short -450 odds of reaching the podium for the tenth time in as many outings this season. Verstappen’s Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez sits second as a +700 bet, while Lewis Hamilton sports +1100 in his bid to claim a record ninth career victory at this event.



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Perez Hampered by Qualifying Woes

For the fourth time in as many races, Sergio Perez failed to advance to the third round of qualifying at last weekend’s Austria Grand Prix. But while his qualifying struggles have taken him out of the hunt for the top of the standings, Perez has remained resilient on race day, finishing among the top six in each of his past three outings including a return to the podium with last week’s drive to third place after starting 15th on the grid.

Perez should not be underestimated this weekend considering his success at this event last season. After years of failure at Silverstone, Perez qualified fourth and finished second a year ago, and given his ability to bounce back from his recent adversity, Checo is worthy of a value wager as a -165 bet to claim his sixth podium spot this season.

British Grand Prix Recent Winners

Year Driver Margin of Victory Pole Position Fastest Lap
2022 British Grand Prix Carlos Sainz Jr. – Ferrari 3.779 sec Carlos Sainz Jr. – Ferrari Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes
2021 British Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes 3.871 sec Max Verstappen – Red Bull Racing Sergio Perez – Red Bull Racing
2020 British Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes 5.856 sec Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes Max Verstappen – Red Bull Racing
2019 British Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes 24.928 sec Valtteri Bottas – Mercedes Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes
2018 British Grand Prix Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari 2.264 sec Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes Sebastian Vettel – Ferrari
2017 British Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes 14.063 sec Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes
2016 British Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes 8.250 sec Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes Nico Rosberg – Mercedes
2015 British Grand Prix Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes 10.956 sec Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes

Leclerc Poised to Take Next Step at Silverstone

It has been a long difficult season for Ferrari, which has tumbled to fourth place in the Constructors Standings due to a combination of questionable decisions, technical failures, and occasional bad driving. However, with upgrades in place, Charles Leclerc has shown signs of a turnaround with back-to-back top four finishes including a second-place run last weekend.

Barring disaster befalling Max Verstappen, it is tough to back Ferrari returning to the top of the podium. However, given his track record at Silverstone, where he has finished among the top four in four straight appearances, Leclerc should be on every sports bettor’s ticket as a -105 bet to reach the podium, and as a +1000 dark horse to record the fastest lap.

Norris, Hamilton, Russell Enjoy Homecoming

This weekend marks a homecoming for British drivers Lando Norris, Lewis Hamilton, and George Russell. Norris is coming off his best performance of the season with a fourth-place finish last week in Austria, and offers excellent value as a +175 bet to finish top six in the race for a fourth straight year.

Both Russell and Hamilton are coming off a disappointing weekend in Austria, finishing seventh and eighth, respectively. Given his past dominance at Silverstone and recent steady improvement before last week’s setback, Hamilton could once again be in the mix for a podium spot. However, Russell’s recent uneven results make Mercedes a risky -175 bet to produce a double top six finish.

The Picks: Sergio Perez podium finish (-165); Lando Norris top six (+175); Charles Leclerc podium finish (-105)


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