2022 Singapore Grand Prix Odds, F1 Picks & Betting Predictions
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Marina Bay returns to host the Singapore Grand Prix for the first time since 2019, and Max Verstappen is on the verge of securing the 2022 Formula 1 World Championship. Will he be able to do so in the Lion City – or will someone spoil his party?
Here are the race odds on betting sites and betting apps.
2022 Singapore Grand Prix Odds
Odds via Caesars Sportsbook and accurate as of publication.
As expected, Verstappen comfortably won the Italian Grand Prix, though he did miss out on pole position and started from seventh on the grid with an engine-related penalty.
The Dutchman could win the 2022 F1 drivers’ title here in Singapore if he outscores Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc by 22 points and Sergio Perez by 13.
To win his second title, Verstappen needs to win the race with the bonus point for the fastest lap and have Leclerc finish eighth or lower and Perez fourth or lower, or win without the fastest lap and have Leclerc finish ninth or lower and Perez fourth or lower.
It’s unlikely, not impossible, that Verstappen will secure his title in Singapore, with odds of +600 (BetMGM) reflecting that.
It’s more likely that Ferrari or even Mercedes will trouble Red Bull on the streets of Marina Bay. Engine penalties, which completely rocked the grid last time out at Monza, aren’t expected to fall here – but rain is…
2022 Singapore Grand Prix Betting Predictions
Leclerc took pole position back in Italy, and we’d back him to do so again in Singapore at odds of +225 at BetMGM. His Ferrari teammate Carlos Sainz is quick too, and he’s worth a punt - with BetMGM offering +700 for the Spanish driver to take pole.
Verstappen is however favorite to do so, with Caesars Sportsbook putting him at -125 to take pole in Singapore. While his Red Bull is fast, the Ferrari seems faster on Saturdays.
Furthermore, Ferrari will enjoy the low-downforce Singapore layout and pose a larger threat to Red Bull than the team in red did in Belgium and Italy.
With a high chance of rain to strike on Saturday, it’s worth waiting to see how the skies look before qualifying.
In that case, it might be worth reverting to a Verstappen bet or even backing an outsider. Caesars has George Russell at +1800 to take pole; Lewis Hamilton at +1400, and Fernando Alonso – who qualified second in the wet in Canada – at +15000.
When it comes to race day, Verstappen is on a roll; he’s taken five consecutive victories and is the favorite to win again at -167 via BetMGM, who have Leclerc at a far more tempting +350 to win the Singapore Grand Prix.
The only worry is Ferrari’s inability to convert pole position to race wins this season – but the majority of Singapore Grands Prix have been won from pole position, and even the Scuderia should be able to hold on to a front row start in Singapore.
Mercedes aren’t quick in qualifying – the rain could help them – but the Silver Arrows are definitely a threat on Sundays, and they will have a small chance of victory given that this is a lower-speed street track that should suit their season-long development strategy.
Hamilton is evens to finish in the top three on BetMGM but teammate Russell is worth backing or adding to a parlay at +150.
As for overall victory, it’s unlikely that Mercedes will win here, but Hamilton is capable and at +850 via Caesars, perhaps a small stake is in order. He and his team have been quietly confident of their chances…
As a result, it’s also worth visiting BetMGM as they have odds of +250 for Hamilton, Verstappen, and Leclerc to finish in the top three in Singapore. Again, it’s worth watching the weather as rain is likely on race day, which could throw a spanner in the works.
Back in Monaco, rain cost Leclerc a shot at victory and Red Bull’s Perez came through for the win. The Mexican isn’t quite in contention here as he’s struggled with the balance of his car for a number of weekends.
BetMGM is also offering a tempting +600 for Leclerc to finish ahead of Sainz, Verstappen ahead of Perez, Hamilton ahead of Russell, Lando Norris ahead of Daniel Ricciardo, and Alonso ahead of Esteban Ocon.
Tempting as it is, Russell has been on form lately and it’ll be challenging for Hamilton to outdo him, even if the seven-time champion is a master at Marina Bay. A small bet is in order here, if you like those chances.
Finally, it’s worth mentioning Aston Martin driver Sebastian Vettel, who has taken five Singapore Grand Prix victories, for a parlay or outright bet at +125 (BetMGM) to finish in the top 10 here.
The four-time champion expects to fare better in Singapore and he’s scored points at the other street circuits, Monaco and Azerbaijan.