Formula 1, Mexican Grand Prix 2018, Race Preview


The Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City is once again the venue for the Mexican Grand Prix this Sunday and we take a look at the race from a betting perspective.

The United States Grand Prix saw Kimi Räikkönen break a 5 year win-less spell when he celebrated his first GP victory since 2013, he was followed by Max Verstappen in runner-up position and third on the podium went to Lewis Hamilton.

The race for the Championship Title is still on (albeit only mathematically) as Sebastian Vettel managed to take 4th spot. Hamilton had entered the race with a 67 point lead over Vettel, this has now increased to 70 points going into the Mexican GP.


Drivers’ Standings

Hamilton 346

Vettel 276

Räikkönen 221

Bottas 217

Verstappen 191


Mexican Grand Prix Bettingclick here to bet

Sebastian Vettel 18/10

Lewis Hamilton 18/10

Max Verstappen 4/1

Kimi Räikkönen 12/1

Daniel Ricciardo 12/1

Valtteri Bottas 16/1

1000/1 and better the balance


Prices correct at time of posting but will change in the lead up to the race and there are a number of other markets on offer.


Race History

Max Verstappen topped the podium at the Mexican GP in 2017, Valtteri Bottas was second and Kimi Räikkönen completed the trio.  The two rivals for the Championship Title, Vettel and Hamilton were both forced into early pit stops and then had to fight their way back through the field eventually taking 4th and 9th spots respectively, which was enough to see Hamilton clinch his 4th World Title.


Suggested Bet: Verstappen win at 4/1

Verstappen drove a great race last week and he comes in here as the defending champion. Hamilton may ride slightly defensively to ensure the title race does not drag on and Vettel seems a bit low on confidence at the moment.


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