The Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Stavlot, Belgium has been a regular stop on the Formula 1 schedule since 1925, and the 2022 Belgian Grand Prix will take the world’s biggest racer on Sunday Good driver to bring back to Spa. Formula 1 has been suspended for almost a month since the Hungarian Grand Prix on July 31, but the last two podiums are the same. Max Verstappen finished first and second in Hungary and France with Mercedes teammates Lewis Hamilton and George Russell.
Verstappen (7-2) is Spa’s defending champion and practiced on Friday, but is third on the Caesars Sportsbook’s 2022 Belgian Grand Prix odds board. Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz is the favourite at 13-5, with Hamilton trailing 11-4 in the Belgian Grand Prix odds. The green flag will fall at 9 a.m. ET on Sunday, and the forecast is ideal. Before analysing the 2022 Belgian Grand Prix starting line and making any Formula 1 picks, be sure to check out the latest 2022 Belgian Grand Prix predictions and betting advice from SportsLine’s proven prediction model.
Developed by Daily Fantasy pro in collaboration with SportsLine forecast data engineer Mike McClure, this proprietary Formula 1 forecast model simulates each race 10,000 times, taking into account track history, recent results, and more factor. It has a long history of success in motorsport, correctly predicting seven winners for the 2021 NASCAR season, and its projected leaderboard predicts winners across multiple racing formats.
The model talks about selecting Formula 1 events going back to 2021. It has two Leclerc wins in 2022, and the model strongly supports Verstappen as its first choice at the 2021 Mexican Grand Prix. Result: Verstappen dominated the field and ran away with a stunning victory. The model then claimed Verstappen’s victory at the Rolex Emilia Romagna Grand Prix in April. Anyone who followed this model to lead in these races has seen huge returns
Now the model is dialed in for the 2022 Formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix and has just released the coveted Draft picks and leaderboard predictions. You can now head over to SportsLine to see the full 2022 Belgian GP leaderboard predictions.
Top predictions for the 2022 Belgian Formula 1 Grand Prix
A huge shock: McClure’s fading current race-favorite card Carlos Sainz (13-5). The 27-year-old Ferrari driver, the son of former world rally champion Carlos Sainz Sr., won his first career Formula 1 title at Silverstone last month. However, Sainz’s results for 2022 are very inconsistent with Ferrari’s particularly troublesome results with mechanical problems.
Sainz was forced to retire in Austria, Azerbaijan, Italy and Australia, while Spa has been particularly aloof throughout his F1 career. Sainz has never finished better than No. 1 at Spa 10 and has 3 DNFs and 1 DNS in seven careers on the prestigious Tour. Sainz ended Friday’s practice session fifth fastest, and despite Ferrari’s brilliance in bursts, the inconsistency made Sainz’s run at +260 risky. See who this model supports.
How to make a 2022 Belgian Grand Prix pick
The model also aimed for a triple-digit long shot surprisingly on the leaderboard Soaring, a driver outside the top five on the Belgian GP odds board secured a surprising podium finish. Anyone who supports him can hit the jackpot. You can find out who it is on SportsLine and see all the F1 picks and predictions for the model.
So who won the 2022 Belgian Grand Prix? Which unknown driver would charge forward? Check out the latest 2022 F1 odds below, then visit SportsLine now to see the full predicted 2022 Belgian Grand Prix leaderboard, all from models with a history of racing success, and find out.
2022 Formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix odds, venues, top contenders
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Carlos Sainz 13-5
Lewis Hamilton 11-4
Max Verstappen 7-2
George Russell 11-2
Sergi Opelez 13-2
Charles Leclerc 15-2
Fernando Alonso 65-1
Daniel Ricciardo 200-1
Lando Norris 250-1
Lance Walk 300-1 Pierre Gasly 500-1
Sebastian Vettel 500-1
Kay Vin Magnussen 750-1
Alexander Albon 1000-1
Esteban Ocon 1000-1
Yuki Kakuta 1000-1
Zhou Guanyu 1500-1
Valtteri ·Bottas 1500-1
Mick Schumacher 2000-1
Nicholas Latifi 2500-1