The Autódromo José Carlos Pace, better known as Interlagos welcomes Formula 1 for the penultimate race of the season, the Brazilian Grand Prix. Interlagos has proved to give us some spectacular races in the past with plenty of overtaking opportunities, and with all the important championships decided it’s gloves off for some proper racing. This weekend will also feature the final sprint race of the season to spice things up a bit and with rain scheduled to shower the 4.3 kilometer circuit, that’s the icing on the cake. For this Brazilian Grand Prix, make sure you use only the best Formula 1 Betting sites when placing your bets!
A reminder of how sprint race weekends take place: So you got your first free practice which kicks the weekend off on Friday just before we jump into the weekend’s only qualifying session. That qualifying session will determine the starting grid for the sprint race which will take place the following day on Saturday afternoon, but not before the second and final free practice session. The finishing order for the sprint race will determine the starting grid for the Grand Prix on Sunday. Whether you tend to favor sprint races or not it looks like they’re here to stay as next season we’ll have a total of five sprint races out of a whopping twenty four race calendar. I’m not totally against sprint races as they do tend to produce action on track, entertain us more and mix the grid up a bit, but that’s the issue. I still think that qualifying should determine the starting grid for the main Grand Prix. However for those betting this gives us a few more options and prop bets which we can use to enhance and maximize our chances of winning a bet. You should always check and compare the best F1 racing odds before placing any bets!
Given how tight the front runners have been in the second part of the season over a single lap it’s unclear to see who will have the advantage. Max has been supreme in his form and has shown that he even has what it takes over a single lap to take pole over the Ferrari, which looks like a better suited car to qualify in. Max has clinched poles in Japan and in Mexico recently whilst Carlos Sainz took pole in Austin, unfortunately he didn’t have much say during the race as he lost out after turn one. Charles seems to have lost some form as his motivational levels plummeted after what looked like to be his season in terms of world championships. However, the one lap pace of the Ferrari is too strong to deny them the pole on Friday’s qualifying session and I predict that one of the two Ferrari drivers to qualify first given the nature of the circuit. So my take will be for Ferrari to take pole and to win the sprint race, Red Bull to win the Grand Prix on Sunday.. If it’s dry..
And it will. I mentioned that rain is forecasted throughout the weekend and past races at Sao Paulo have taught us that some slight rain will turn this race on its head. Mercedes will be keen and hoping for rain this weekend in hopes that they can replicate Lewis Hamilton’s tremendous race last year, where he started from the back with a series of penalties and drove absolutely superbly to take the race win. Given the rule changes, this doesn’t seem likely this year and even though they have been enjoying a somewhat resurgence in success, in the dry this track won’t suit them. Add some rain to the mix and this will help their cause as their pace seems to come alive with some H2o in the mix. Try out some live betting and keep an eye out for when the rain drops, it might prove beneficial.
With Red Bull being favorites to win the race this also includes Perez. The Mexican might not be able to match his team mate Verstappen, but Checo has enjoyed high-downforce circuits this season with wins in both Monaco and in Singapore. Calling Perez an outsider for a mix in the podium would be unfair. In the midfield, Alpine and McLaren are best set to land and give us an entertaining battle. Imola was the first Sprint of the season to take place and is the only time we’ve seen a non-Red Bull/Ferrari/Mercedes driver take to the top three and to take a podium. That man was none other than Mclaren’s Lando Norris.
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