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

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  • Most exciting race on the F1 schedule takes place in Sin City this weekend
  • The Las Vegas Grand Prix is expected to be the most-watched Formula 1 event in the U.S.

The streets of Sin City will be alive with the sounds of some of the fastest cars in the world this weekend, as the Las Vegas Grand Prix is staged. It is one of the most eagerly-anticipated races in F1 history, and there is no shortage of interesting special markets available for the race on Sunday.

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 Specials: Last Classified Finisher Odds & Pick

Kevin Magnussen
Nico Hulkenberg
Guanyu Zhou
Logan Sargeant
Valtteri Bottas
Daniel Ricciardo
Yuki Tsunoda
Esteban Ocon

The last classified finisher market may be one of the more interesting markets this weekend, as no team will have the advantage of past data. It is a slight surprise to see the Haas pair at the top of the betting, as the car has shown some excellent speed at points this term.

Therefore, the value in the market could be with Logan Sargeant, who is fighting for his life in F1 after a really disappointing debut season.

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Las Vegas Grand Prix Specials: Fastest Lap Odds & Pick

Max Verstappen
Carlos Sainz
Charles Leclerc
Lando Norris
Lewis Hamilton
Sergio Perez
George Russell
Fernando Alonso

The fact that teams have limited data, and the likely cold temperatures will make practice essential viewing. It could be worth taking on the Red Bull. The slow-speed corners could suit a team like Ferrari in Vegas, and their main concerns have come in hotter climates throughout the season. Therefore, a chance will be taken on Carlos Sainz scoring the fastest lap.

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Las Vegas Grand Prix Specials: First Constructor Retirement Odds & Pick

Alpha Tauri
Alfa Romeo
Aston Martin
Red Bull

Reliability has been a big strength for Williams throughout this season, and we could see them enjoying a decent weekend in Vegas at a track that should suit the car. Haas have retired at least one car in each of the two previous races, and they could be set for yet another disappointing home race this weekend.

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