Bet on Who Has the Fastest Lap - Miami Grand Prix 2022 Odds

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Alistair Prescott
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  • Max Verstappen pays out $120 on a $100 bet having the fastest lap at this weekend's Miami Grand Prix.

  • Charles Leclerc pays out $125 on a $100 bet

  • Carlos Sainz pays out $600 on a $100 bet


There are some terrific payouts for those who have the fastest lap at this weekend's first ever Miami Grand Prix, which will be one of the premier motor sports events of 2022. 

Fastest Lap F1 Miami Grand Prix

*How to read the payout odds: +120 means that a $100 bet pays $120, +600 means that a $100 bet pays out $600, +10000 means that  a $100 bet pays out $10,000

Max Verstappen    +120

Charles Leclerc    +125

Carlos Sainz    +600

Sergio Perez    +650

Lewis Hamilton    +4000

Lando Norris    +5000

Fernando Alonso    +6600

Valtteri Bottas    +10000

Esteban Ocon    +10000

Daniel Ricciardo    +10000

George Russell    +10000

Pierre Gasly    +15000

Alex Albon    +25000

Nicholas Latifi    +25000

Kevin Magnussen    +25000

Mick Schumacher    +25000

Lance Stroll    +25000

Yuki Tsunoda    +25000

Sebastian Vettel    +25000

Guanyu Zhou    +25000

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Max Verstappen

“I think this weekend is going to be pretty crazy!," the favorite said about the Miami Grand Prix.  "I’m looking forward to racing in Miami, I’ve driven the track on the simulator and we’ve practiced and prepared as much as we can without visiting the track in real life.

“I love racing in Austin so it’s fun that we get to go to another state and race this year. It’s exciting to see Formula One getting much bigger in the US, F1 and the teams are working hard to promote the sport in the US and we’re having more and more races here, so step by step we are making it more popular.

“I also think it helps now the cars are finding it easier to follow and overtake each other and more teams are competing for wins, I think that’s the most important thing for the fans. I hope that it’s going to be an exciting weekend, Miami is a really nice city and I think it’s a really interesting location to hold a Grand Prix, I think not only the drivers are excited, but the fans too.”

The Belgian-Dutch driver is favored to win with a wet track, according to Grand Prix 247.

Speaking ahead of the Miami weekend, Miami Grand Prix ambassador Juan Pablo Montoya told VegasInsider: “If I was a betting person, I would probably put my money on Max.

“I think Charles, with the crash… unless the team went to him and said: just keep pushing, don’t worry about it; if they said that to him, he could still win the race. But my money would be on Max this week. Especially with the Miami weather.”

Some rain is in the forecast for Sunday.

Charles Leclerc

A costly error 10 laps in the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix saw the Monegasque spin out of P3 and ultimately finish in sixth place.

“It is a big shame,” he said. “The spin should not have happened today. I mean, P3 was the best I could do, we didn’t have the pace for much more and I was too greedy and I paid the price for it and lost seven potential points compared to my third place I was before.

“It is a shame, it’s seven points that are valuable at the end of the championship. For sure, this shouldn’t happen again.”

- Alistair Prescott,

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