- All French Grand Prix predictions put Hamilton as winner
- Sportsbetting odds favor five potential winners
- Mercedes hopeful to break 11-win record
The French GP is taking place on June 23 at the Circuit Paul Ricard with Lewis Hamilton given the best chances of clinching yet another victory for Mercedes
French Grand Prix Predictions: Hamilton the Unbeatable
Kicking off on June 23, the French Grand Prix is the latest instalment in the F1 Series that is well worth your attention. With Lewis Hamilton racing to victory during the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday, June 9, any tipster would tell you that he is primed to win.
The French GP predictions are usually difficult to pinpoint, but in this case – Hamilton is given quite the odds at -110.
There are more drivers to consider, however, and even though Hamiltion has had a strong season, the competition he will face from the likes of Max Verstappen, Valtteri Bottas and Sebastian Vettel is serious enough to make you have a closer look at the upcoming race.
Can Bottas Challenge Hamilton?
Yet, it’s just Hamilton and his fellow driver Bottas who managed to clinch first-finishers in this season of the F1 Series. Hamitlon is of course given an edge as he has mostly outpaced any other diver in the series in terms of overall score.
Bottas clocked the quickest lap in Canada, and even though he trailed behind Hamilton for the better part of the race, that doesn’t quite put him out of the Grand Prix’s favorites. Vettel has also been very active this season and during the Canadian Grand Prix, he would have won had it not been for a penalty that relegated him out of first place.
Max Verstappen, a driver who has long been tipped as an underdog, has been struggling to make his break. Yet, his overall perfroamnce has been very respectable, but he is priced at long +1400 odds for the upcoming race.
2019 French Grand Prix Betting Odds
- Lewis Hamilton – 110
- Valtteri Bottas +300
- Sebastien Vettel +400
- Charles Leclerc +600
- Max Verstappen +2500
- Pierre Gasly +25000
French GP Location: Circuit Paul Ricard
The French Grand Prix is taking place at the Circuit Paul Ricard on June 23. The track will put both the drivers’ and cars’ performance to a test as Ricard usually gives a slight edge to those cars that can pump out better speed.
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The venue sprawls on 5.842 kilometres with alternating fast and slow legs, which will require a balanced performance from racers.
Can Mercedes Break Its Own Record?
Mercedes Definitely have reasons to hope for a great outcome this year. Hamilton did an oustanding job bringing the overall score close to the 11 consecutive victories which is the racing outfit’s record. They are two wins short of reaching that number and Hamilton seems confident.
Bottas will aslo be there for his team, allowing Mercedes to rely on a quikc and capable driver who is not yet on par with the team’s leader, but could potentially pick up the slack if Hamilton falters.
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