Formula 1 heads to Mexico City on Sunday, October 30, 2022, for the first of the final 5 races of the season. The Mexican Grand Prix odds always garner a lot of attention as the race takes place at the business end of the season.
The Mexican Grand Prix takes place at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City, featuring a 71 lap race. The course was first introduced as a championship event in the 60s’ and then again between 1986-1992. However, it wasn’t until 2015 that the Mexico City circuit returned to the Grand Prix tour.
The circuit has an extremely fast final corner, which is banked allowing for extra speed into what is a very long start/finish straight. The track is situated in a public park in the South-East of the city and is in an oval shape.
The F1 odds for the Mexico Grand Prix aren’t normally available until the previous race has taken place and the odds can be calculated based on current performance. When the race event comes around, we’ll post some Mexican Grand Prix free picks to give you an idea of how things might unfold on the day.
Here you’ll find the most up-to-date Mexican Grand Prix odds for the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, as well as Mexican Grand Prix free picks from the motor racing experts at Canada Sports Betting. As always we’ll be tracking the odds from the top-rated sportsbooks and offering some insight as to how to play the most competitive odds available to Canadian players.
The Mexican Grand Prix betting odds aren’t available yet. We are constantly monitoring the F1 betting odds and will be sure to post them here as soon as they become available. We’d advise checking back with us for the latest updates. The Mexican Grand Prix odds were last updated on May 23, 2022:
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Past Winners at the Mexican Grand Prix
Sadly, the 2020 event didn’t take place, as was the case for many sporting events, due to the COVID-19 pandemic that swept the globe and put a stop to many planned events, including the 2020 Olympics.
The most recent F1 event took place in 2019 when Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc achieved pole position with a time of 1:15.024. However, he wasn’t able to make it onto the podium and ended up finishing in fourth.
There were no surprises as to who was atop of the podium, as Lewis Hamilton took the top prize with a time of 1:36:48.904. The second spot belonged to Vettel in the Ferrari, the third was Hamilton’s teammate Valtteri Bottas. An exciting race and the first time the reigning champion Hamilton had won in Mexico since 2016.
List of Mexican Grand Prix winners
- 1986 – Gerhard Berger- Benetton-BMW
- 1987 – Nigel Mansell – Williams-Honda
- 1988 – Alain Prost – McLaren-Honda
- 1989 – Aryton Senna – McLaren-Honda
- 1990 – Alain Prost – Ferrari
- 1991 – Riccardo Patrese – Williams-Renault
- 1992 – Nigel Mansell – Williams-Renault
- 2015 – Nico Rosberg – Mercedes
- 2016 – Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes
- 2017 – Max Verstappen – Red Bull-TAG Heuer
- 2018 – Max Verstappen – Red Bull-TAG Heuer
- 2019 – Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes
- 2020 – Not Held due to COVID-19
- 2021 – Max Verstappen
Mexican Grand Prix Betting FAQs
Max Verstappen won the Mexican Grand Prix in 2021.
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