F1 Dutch Grand Prix Odds and Prediction, Zandvoort 2023
Sunday, 27th of August, the 2023 F1 Dutch Grand Prix takes place in Zandvoort. Considering last year’s event, and indeed, last year’s season, was so exciting, the 2023 Dutch Grand Prix is one of the summer’s most eagerly anticipated Grand Prix events.
Having first taken place in 1950, the F1 Dutch Grand Prix takes place at the Circuit Zandvoort, North Holland, the Netherlands. The course consists of 72 laps, with a race length of 190.504 miles (306.587 km), with each circuit being 2.646 miles (4.259 km).
The driver who has enjoyed the most wins here is Scottish F1 legend Jim Clark, with 4 wins, while the Constructor with the most victories is Ferrari, with a very impressive 8 wins.
2022 saw a dominant performance from Max Verstappen, but can history repeat itself once more, or will Max be de-throned? Here’s what you can expect from the 2023 F1 Dutch Grand Prix.
F1 Dutch GP Information, Analysis
F1 Dutch Grand Prix Prediction Course Details
At last year’s F1 Dutch Grand Prix, the weather largely behaved itself, though there was a risk of rain on Saturday during qualifying. But what does that mean for 2023?
Being held in August, you can expect warm temperatures of between 22c and 27c on average. It is typically dry with sunny spells and a fairly large amount of cloud coverage, though the wind should not be a factor.
Rain is always possible, especially in the form of a thunderstorm if it is warm and humid enough.
Generally, however, expect it to be warm and dry with sunny intervals.
F1 Dutch Grand Prix Odds to Win — Who to Watch
With so many drivers performing so impressively at the moment, it’s worth keeping an eye on everybody. There are, however, some names that really stand out.
Max Verstappen Odds
We know we keep talking about Max, but considering he had the best season of his career in 2022, you’d expect similar things from him in 2023.
Last year, Belgian-Dutch Max took pole position with a time of 1:10.342, along with the fastest lap on lap 62, with a time of 1:13.652, and of course, he picked up the win here. With a performance like that, you can’t help but keep an eye on him.
George Russell Prediction
George Russell of Mercedes is proving himself to be a very worthy driver for the Constructor, with many even calling for him to become their number-one driver instead of Lewis Hamilton. Considering he took 2nd place at the F1 Dutch Grand Prix in 2022, it’s easy to see why that is.
George will be keen to impress again in the Netherlands and will likely be in the mix for a podium finish.
Fernando Alonso Odds
Fernando Alonso, who recently joined Aston Martin on a multi-year deal in 2023 after leaving Alpine, performed well here last year, and although he likely won’t make the podium, expect him to put on another impressive performance in an attempt to better his 6th place finish in 2022.
Charles LeClerc Prediction
Charles LeClerc of Ferrari finished in 3rd place at the 2022 F1 Dutch Grand Prix. He will be looking to be the thorn in the side of Max Verstappen in 2023, so expect him to be hot on the heels of the defending champ whenever possible.
F1 Schedule – Next Race
Once this race is over, there is nothing left to do but prepare for another one. After betting on the Dutch GP, explore your options with the F1 Italian GP, a circuit that always offers a good show.
Be sure to keep an eye out for our future F1 Grand Prix betting tips and predictions for more chances to win.
Prediction for F1 Dutch Grand Prix in 2023
2022 saw Max Verstappen dominate the F1 Dutch Grand Prix, but will that happen again in 2023? Here are our predictions.
In 1st place, of course, we are going with Max. He’ll have the fans behind him, his confidence will be through the roof, and he has proved to feel more at home on the Circuit Zandvoort than anywhere else.
In 2nd place, we’re going with Ferrari’s Charles LeClerc. Charles finished 3rd here in 2022 and 2nd place overall. He will look to improve upon this and pile as much pressure on Max and Red Bull as possible.
In 3rd place, we’re picking George Russell of Mercedes. George may have finished 2nd here last year, but we feel Charles has the competitive edge. It will not, however, be George’s only podium finish in 2023, that’s for sure. At least, that’s what we think at least.
As for constructors, we’re picking Red Bull for the F1 Dutch Grand Prix 2023. Max will likely pick up the win, and if Sergio Perez can improve upon his 5th-place finish in Zandvoort from last year, Red Bull will likely pick up the win. It will, however, be close between Red Bull, Ferrari, and Mercedes.
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Odds Analysis and Previous Match History
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