Brazilian Grand Prix Betting Tips & Preview – Sunday 12th November 2017

Brazilian Grand Prix Track Guide

There’s just two races to go in this Formula 1 campaign, with Lewis Hamilton already crowned as world champion. Ahead of the penultimate Grand Prix in Brazil, just how will the new champion enjoy the occasion? Is he going to go all out for another victory, or will he coast to the finish with the title in the bag? After an impressive season, Hamilton obviously has little to prove.

While there isn’t too much to play for this weekend, there are a few big plotlines running into this Grand Prix. They include Felipe Massa, who returns to Brazil ahead of his retirement from the sport at the end of the season. Could he take advantage of this open race and claim a big finish as he prepares to bow out? Ahead of the second-last race of the season, we have some betting tips for you to take a look at.

Tips and Predictions

While Hamilton stole the headlines in Mexico, he did only manage to finish ninth overall. That was right on the limit in terms of his title charge, so he just got over the line. Meanwhile, Max Verstappen stormed to victory in Mexico, and the Dutchman is having a strong finish to the season. His second victory in four races was an impressive achievement, and it seems like the Red Bull driver is going to go on to have a great F1 career. The only question is, just when will Verstappen kick on? Is this another sign of his potential, or could he now potentially emerge as a genuine challenger to Hamilton next season?

It’s hard to say that Verstappen will end up being the main title challenger next season, but we have to recognise his ability. On top of that, the Dutchman is in great form, having taken 80 points from a possible 100 across his last four outings. After a mixed season full of early exits from races, that’s a strong way to wrap up the campaign. We expect more of the same from Verstappen here, following his third placed finish at this race last year. We’re backing him to take maximum points this weekend, which is priced at 9/2 with BetVictor.

Past Winners

  • 2016 - Lewis Hamilton won, with Nico Rosberg second
  • 2015 - Nico Rosberg won, with Lewis Hamilton second
  • 2014 - Nico Rosberg won, with Lewis Hamilton second
  • 2013 - Sebastian Vettel won, with Mark Webber second
  • 2012 - Jenson Button won, with Fernando Alonso second

Other Bets and Odds

We’re also backing Daniel Ricciardo to bounce back in this race, as he is coming off back to back retirements. Before that, the Australian had four top three finishes in five races, while he’s still comfortably in the top four ahead of this weekend’s race. We think he has the quality to secure a top three place, so we’re backing that for our second tip here.

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