F1 2023 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Betting Odds and Predictions

The latest odds, bets and predictions for the 2023 Abu Dhabi GP.


The 2023 F1 season heads to its final race at the Abu Dhabi GP after a blockbuster outing in Las Vegas, where Max Verstappen overcame a five-second penalty and front-wing damage to clinch a dramatic victory.

Verstappen’s victory at the Las Vegas GP came after a thrilling return for F1 to Sin City, with the Dutchman penalised for illegally passing Leclerc at the first corner but managing to recover brilliantly.

Leclerc, who led for large portions in the middle stint, was undone by a safety car that allowed Red Bull to pit for fresher tyres.

Perez, despite a strong performance following his disappointment in Brazil, couldn’t maintain his pace and finished behind Leclerc, who secured second place on the final lap.

The race also saw the drivers grapple with a host of challenges, including low grip and a heavy crash involving Lando Norris. Teams like Williams struggled with tyre wear, while Mercedes faced a tough weekend, impacting the tight battle for best of the rest in the constructors’ championship.

Abu Dhabi GP Predictions and Tips

Verstappen, fresh from his Las Vegas triumph, is the favourite once again in Abu Dhabi, as he has been throughout the 2023 season.

However, the Yas Marina Circuit’s unique challenges could open opportunities for drivers like Leclerc and Hamilton, as well as McLaren. Perez, after a strong showing in Las Vegas, and Russell, looking to bounce back, are also contenders to watch.

Abu Dhabi GP Betting Odds

DriverBet365BetfredBetVictorWilliam Hill
Max Verstappen2/73/102/71/4
Lando Norris12/114/112/112/1
Sergio Perez14/116/114/114/1
Charles Leclerc16/112/116/116/1
Lewis Hamilton16/116/116/116/1
George Russell22/120/122/125/1
Carlos Sainz22/120/120/120/1
Oscar Piastri28/133/125/128/1
Fernando Alonso66/166/166/180/1
Pierre Gasly250/1300/1250/1250/1
Esteban Ocon250/1300/1250/1250/1
Lance Stroll150/1300/1250/1250/1
Alex Albon500/1400/1500/1500/1
Daniel Ricciardo500/1400/1500/1500/1
Yuki Tsunoda500/1400/1500/1500/1
Valtteri Bottas500/1750/1500/1500/1
Nico Hulkenberg500/1750/1500/1500/1
Kevin Magnussen500/1750/1500/1500/1
Guanyu Zhou500/11000/1500/1500/1
Logan Sargeant500/11000/1500/1500/1
*Odds subject to change*

Matt Neillhttps://total-motorsport.com
With years of experience in the motorsports field and Matt Neill founded Total-Motorsport.com to give clarity and more depth to the digital F1 landscape.
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