F1 Picks: Las Vegas Grand Prix Prediction, Preview, and Odds (Nov 19)

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  • First Las Vegas Grand Prix takes place on the streets of Sin City
  • Max Verstappen has already wrapped up the title. But Sergio Perez and Lewis Hamilton remain in a battle for second

An F1 weekend that has been anticipated throughout the season finally arrives on November 19, as the first-ever Las Vegas Grand Prix takes place on the streets of Sin City. It promises to be one of the most exciting events on the calendar, but which driver will land success in the historic race?

Schedule and How To Watch

  • When: Sunday, November 19, 2023 at 1:00 a.m. ET
  • Where: Las Vegas Street Circuit, Nevada
  • How To Watch: ESPN

Las Vegas Grand Prix Odds

Max Verstappen
Lando Norris
Lewis Hamilton
Sergio Perez
Charles Leclerc
Carlos Sainz
George Russell
Oscar Piastri

Event Preview

Excitement levels throughout the season have been high throughout the campaign ahead of the first-ever Las Vegas Grand Prix. It will be a thrilling race on track in the early hours of November 19, as the streets of Sin City welcome the fastest motorsport cars in the world. A lap of the track covers 6.201km, with the race distance being made up of 50 laps.

In total, there are 17 corners that drivers will need to complete during a lap, with the best places for overtaking likely coming between turns 12 and 14, and down the opening straight before the first corner.

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Max Verstappen’s third straight title has already been wrapped up, and he could record a record-breaking win in America. The Dutchman has landed victories in each of the previous five races. There will be pressure on his teammate Sergio Perez in Vegas, as he was narrowly edged out in the battle for third by Fernando Alonso in Brazil.

Perez is in direct competition with Lewis Hamilton for the runner-up spot in the Drivers’ Championship, but the British driver will need a response after a weekend to forget in Brazil. Mercedes looked off the pace in Sao Paulo, with Hamilton finishing eighth. There was more success for Lando Norris, as the McLaren driver finished second. Aston Martin looked back to their very best in Brazil, with Alonso finishing third, and Lance Stroll claiming fifth.

Las Vegas Grand Prix Prediction

A dramatic race should await F1 fans in Las Vegas, and there is clear evidence to suggest that McLaren may be a team that could excel around the streets of Sin City. Therefore, Norris could be an interesting bet to land his first ever race win.

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Alex Dudley
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