F1 Canada GP Odds and Prediction 2023
Canada is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Famous for its snow-capped mountains, lush green wilderness, and incredibly friendly locals, it’s also the home of the F1 Canada Grand Prix.
Since it was first held in 1961, the F1 Canada Grand Prix has provided some incredible moments. Despite being less high profile than some of the other Grand Prix events in the F1 calendar, the Canadian Grand Prix is still very much a fan-favorite event.
Taking place over the weekend of June 16 – 18, with the race itself being held on Sunday, June 18, the 2023 F1 Canada Grand Prix looks to be one of the most exciting in recent years.
F1 Canada GP Information, Analysis
The race itself takes place on the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, on Notre Dame Island, Montreal, this Grand Prix has been held 57 times thus far. The circuit is 2.709 miles (4361 km), with the race consisting of a whopping 70 laps, totaling 189.694 miles (305.270 km) in length.
Both Lewis Hamilton and Michael Schumacher hold the record for most wins here, with 7 a-piece. Ferrari is the Constructor with the most victories, currently holding 14 in total.
While 2022 saw Max Verstappen pick up yet another victory, other drivers in the pack will be looking to grab those points in Montreal. So, what can we expect for 2023?
F1 Canadian Grand Prix Prediction Course Details
The weather in Canada is best known for being cold and snowy. However, as the Canadian Grand Prix takes place in late spring/early summer, racing fans will be pleased to know that snow and ice will not be an issue.
However, if 2022 is anything to go by, rain might be an issue as qualifying took place on a rain-soaked track.
Based on past experience and the climate in Montreal, there is a much higher chance of rain than with many other Grand Prix races. Typically though, you can expect dry but cloudy conditions, with temperatures ranging from 20c – 24c.
F1 Canada Grand Prix Odds to Win — Who to Watch
Last year, Max Verstappen took first place, with Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz Jnr in 2nd, and Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton in 3rd. So who should we keep an eye on this time around?
Charles LeClerc Odds
LeClerc was disappointed with last year’s F1 Canada Grand Prix 5th-place finish, so you can bet he’ll be looking to perform much better in Canada this time around.
Many believe that Charles LeClerc is Verstappen’s biggest threat for 2023, so expect a fierce battle between those drivers in Montreal.
Lewis Hamilton Prediction
Lewis Hamilton may be getting older, and his form may have dipped noticeably in 2022, but you should never count this legend out.
Hamilton has enjoyed enormous success at the F1 Canada Grand Prix, and the Mercedes legend will be looking to go two better than his 3rd place finish last year as he continues to chase his 8th championship and his chance to make history.
Carlos Sainz Jnr Odds
Carlos Sainz Jnr of Ferrari finished 2nd in Canada last year, on 19 points.
Contracted with Ferrari until the end of the 2024 season, he will be looking to pick up a win in Canada and prove that he is every bit as valuable as his Ferrari teammate Charles LeClerc.
F1 Schedule – Next Race
Once this race is over, there is nothing left to do but prepare for the next one. And what a race it is! Right after the Canadian GP, comes the F1 Austria GP 2023, a circuit that always offers a good show.
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Prediction F1 Canada Grand Prix 2023
The great thing about the F1 Canada Grand Prix is the fact that you never know what to expect.
While we can’t see into the future, we can make some educated predictions of how the Canadian Grand Prix will go down in 2023.
For 1st place, surprise, surprise, we’re going with Max Verstappen. Max won here last year, he’s in incredible form, and if he performs in 2023 as he did in 2022 he’ll be untouchable.
For 2nd place, we’re going with another Red Bull driver, Sergio Perez. Last year Perez had to retire from the F1 Canada Grand Prix due to a gearbox failure, so unless lightning strikes twice, he will certainly be a contender.
In 3rd place, we’re predicting Carlos Sainz Jnr of Ferrari. As great as he did last year, and has looked recently, we don’t think he has what it takes to beat Sergio Perez in Canada.
For Constructors at the F1 Canada Grand Prix, we’re going with Red Bull. Both Verstappen and Perez look incredible, and if they finish as we predicted, Red Bull will seal the victory. It will. however, be incredibly close between them and Ferrari, as both Sainz Jnr and LeClerc, have the potential to pick up the win in Canada.
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