The season of Max Verstappen continues on Sunday when Formula 1 makes its long-awaited return to the Marina Bay Street Circuit for the 2022 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix. The Singapore Grand Prix was canceled each of the last two seasons because of the pandemic and the dynamic in Formula One has shifted dramatically since the last Singapore Grand Prix, with Verstappen establishing himself as the sport’s new alpha. Verstappen won the 2021 F1 championship by just eight points but the Red Bull Racing star has a 116-point lead in the 2022 Formula 1 standings over Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc.
Verstappen has 11 wins on the season and has won each of the last five races this season and is listed as the -162 favorite (risk $162 to win $100) in the 2022 Singapore Grand Prix odds from Caesars Sportsbook. Leclerc is next on the Singapore GP odds board at 7-2 while Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton is at 17-2. The race will begin at 8 a.m. ET on Sunday. Before analyzing the 2022 Singapore Grand Prix starting grid and making any Formula 1 picks, be sure to check out the latest 2022 Singapore GP predictions and betting advice from SportsLine’s proven projection model.
Developed by daily Fantasy pro and SportsLine predictive data engineer Mike McClure, this proprietary Formula 1 prediction model simulates every race 10,000 times, taking into account factors such as track history and recent results. It’s had a strong history of success in motorsports, correctly predicting seven winners during the 2021 NASCAR season and its projected leaderboards have forecasted winners across multiple racing formats.
The model has been scorching hot when it comes to picking Formula 1 race events dating back to 2021. It nailed both of Leclerc’s wins in 2022, and at the 2021 Mexican Grand Prix, the model was strongly backing Verstappen as its top pick. The result: Verstappen dominated the field and ran away with a surprise victory. The model followed that up by calling Verstappen’s win at the Rolex Emilia Romagna GP in April and then nailed his wins again each of the last two weeks in Belgium and the Netherlands. Anyone who followed the model’s lead on those plays has seen huge returns
Now, the model has dialed in on the 2022 Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix and just released its coveted picks and leaderboard projections. You can head to SportsLine now to see the complete 2022 Singapore GP leaderboard projection.
Top 2022 Formula 1 Singapore GP predictions
One massive shocker: McClure is fading Hamilton even though he’s the third favorite for the 2022 Singapore Grand Prix at 17-2. The seven-time Formula 1 champion has 103 career grand prix victories and four of those wins have come at the Singapore Grand Prix. However, Mercedes has had serious speed issues in 2022 and it is hard to see those problems being rectified this weekend at Marina Bay.
After winning the constructors’ championship eight years in a row and collecting 111 victories along the way, Mercedes is running third in the standings this year and neither of its drivers have a win. Hamilton is currently sixth in the standings and has only managed six podiums on the year. The model is predicting that he fails to make the podium yet again at the 2022 F1 Singapore GP. See who the model is backing right here.
How to make 2022 Singapore Grand Prix picks
The model is also targeting two longshots with odds of 10-1 or longer to make a surprising surge up the leaderboard. Anyone who backs them could hit it big. You can find out who they are, and see all of the model’s F1 picks and predictions at SportsLine.
So who wins the Singapore Grand Prix 2022? And which under-the-radar drivers makes a charge towards the front? Check out the latest 2022 F1 odds below, then visit SportsLine now to see the full projected 2022 Singapore Grand Prix leaderboard, all from the model with a proven history of auto racing success, and find out.
2022 Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix odds, field, top contenders
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Max Verstappen -162
Charles Leclerc 7-2
Lewis Hamilton 17-2
Carlos Sainz 11-1
George Russell 14-1
Sergio Perez 20-1
Lando Norris 150-1
Fernando Alonso 200-1
Esteban Ocon 400-1
Daniel Ricciardo 500-1
Pierre Gasly 750-1
Lance Stroll 1000-1
Sebastian Vettel 1000-1
Guanyu Zhou 1500-1
Yuki Tsunoda 1500-1
Alexander Albon 1500-1
Valtteri Bottas 1500-1
Mick Schumacher 2000-1
Kevin Magnussen 2000-1
Nicholas Latifi 2500-1