The Autodromo Nazionale di Monza is the third oldest purpose-built race track in the world, while the famous Italian circuit is the oldest in all of Europe, and Formula 1 has an extensive history in Monza. The 2022 Formula 1 Pirelli Italian Grand Prix will take place on Sunday with a scheduled start time of 9:00 AM ET. The Italian Grand Prix has only been held outside of Monza four times since 1922, and the Temple of Speed has produced some spectacular results over the years.
Daniel Ricciardo won the Italian Grand Prix for McLaren last year and Pierre Gasly won for AlphaTauri-Honda a year earlier. However, Ricciardo is the 750-1 favorite for the 2022 Italian Grand Prix while Gasly is an even bigger 1500-1 underdog. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen is the -200 favorite (risk $200 to win $100) in F1 odds this week, while Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc is listed at 13-5. Before analyzing the starting grid for the 2022 Italian Grand Prix and making any F1 selections, Be sure to check out the latest 2022 Italian Grand Prix predictions and betting tips based on SportsLine’s proven projection model.
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The model has been very hot when it comes to choosing Formula 1 racing events starting in 2021. She took both of Leclerc’s victories in 2022 and at the 2021 Mexican Grand Prix, the model strongly endorsed Verstappen as her top choice. Result: Verstappen dominated the pitch and ran away with a surprise win. The model followed this up by naming Verstappen’s win at the Emilia-Romagna Rolex Grand Prix in April, and then again recording his victories each of the last two weeks in Belgium and the Netherlands. Anyone who followed the example of the model in these plays made huge profits.
Now, the model has dialed in for the 2022 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix and has just posted her coveted picks and predictions on the leaderboard. You can check out SportsLine now for the full 2022 Italian Grand Prix leaderboard prediction.
Best Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix predictions for 2022
One huge shock: McClure falls short of Verstappen, the -200 favorite and current F1 leader. Verstappen has won each of the last four Formula One Grands Prix, but now he’s heading to a track that has historically given him big trouble. The reigning F1 champion has never finished higher than fifth in seven Formula One races at Monza, and his last two attempts at the Italian Grand Prix have been particularly disastrous.
Verstappen retired in 2020 with a powertrain failure before retiring again in 2021 when he, along with his championship rival Hamilton, had a horrific crash where Verstappen’s wheel actually touched Hamilton’s helmet. Verstappen was fifth fastest in the first practice session and then second fastest in the second practice session on Friday, with Ferrari leading the fastest lap in both sessions. See who the model is backing right here.
How to choose the 2022 Italian Grand Prix
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So who will win the 2022 Italian Grand Prix? And what stealthy drivers rush forward? Check out the latest 2022 F1 odds below. then visit SportsLine now to see the full predicted leaderboard for the 2022 Italian Grand Prix, all from a model with a proven history of auto racing success, and to know.
2022 Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix odds, field, top contenders
Max Verstappen -200
Charles Leclerc 13-5
George Russell 8-1
Carlos Sainz 35-1
Lewis Hamilton 35-1
Sergio Perez 50-1
Fernando Alonso 65-1
Esteban Ocon 125-1
Lando Norris 150-1
Daniel Riccardo 750-1
Sebastian Vettel 1000-1
Valtteri Bottas 1500-1
Alexander Albon 1500-1
Lance Stroll 1500-1
Pierre Gasly 1500-1
Mick Schumacher 2000-1
Guanyu Zhou 2000-1
Kevin Magnussen 2000-1
Yuki Tsunoda 2000-1
Nicholas Latifi 2500-1