Canadian Grand Prix Betting Odds 2019

Canadian Grand Prix Betting Odds 2019

Canadian Grand Prix Betting Odds

The Formula 1 circus arrives in Montreal and there are plenty of Canadian Grand Prix betting odds. The race takes place on Sunday, June 9 on the Circuit Gilles Villenueve on the island of Montreal. You can also check our guide for Formula 1 betting odds.

Drivers Sports Interaction (SIA) Bodog Spin Palace Sports

Lewis Hamilton

 1.45 1.40 1.44

Valtteri Bottas

3.75 3.75 3.75

Sebastian Vettel

19.00 19.00 19.00

Charles Leclerc

19.00 17.00 19.00

Max Verstappen

51.00 41.00 50.00

Pierre Gasly

501.00 501.00 501.00

Daniel Ricciardo

1001.00 1001.00 1001.00

Nico Hulkenberg

1001.00 2001.00 1001.00

Kevin Magnusen

1001.00 2001.00 951.00

Romain Grosjean

1001.00 2001.00 951.00

Kimi Raikkonnen

1001.00 2001.00 1001.00

Carlos Sainz

2010.00 3001.00 1501.00

Daniil Kvyat

2001.00 3001.00 3001.00

Sergio Perez

3001.00 3001.00 3001.00

Lando Norris

3001.00 4001.00 3001.00

Lance Stroll

3001.00 4001.00 3001.00

George Russell

4001.00 4001.00 3501.00

Antonio Giovinazzo

4001.00 4001.00 4001.00

Alexandre Albon

OTB 4001.00 3501.00

Robert Kubica

OTB 4001.00 3501.00

 

See below the map of the circuit.

Canadian Grand Prix Betting Odds

What are the Canadian Grand Prix odds

It comes as no surprise that all of the best sports betting sites have defending F1 champ Lewis Hamilton as the top pick to win in Montreal GP betting odds, given that the Brit has all-but-owned the race for most of the past decade, with six wins between 2007 and 2017.

Montreal GP betting odds

There's not much of a spread to choose from, with SportsInteraction offering top value at 1.45, or a return of 45 cents for every dollar bet.

Lewis Hamilton to win the Canadian Grand Prix Odds
1.45

If the outright win is your choice for motor sports betting and and you want to take a bit of a long shot, Red Bull Racing's Max Verstappen is an intriguing prospect at 51.00 also at SportsInteraction. While only the fifth choice in the Canadian Grand Prix odds board, the young Belgian had a strong finish to 2018 and has been on the podium with two third-place finishes so far in 2019. He was third in this race last year and could push for the top spot.

Max Verstappen to win the Canadian Grand Prix Odds
51.00

If you think history can repeat, then the defending champ from last year's race Sebastian Vettel is a a good value bet at 19.00 in most sportsbooks, coming off a second-place run in Monaco for his best finish so far this season. He also has history on his side in terms of the fact Team Ferrari leads all manufacturers with 14 wins in the Montreal Grand Prix.

Sebastian Vettel to win the Canadian Grand Prix Odds
19.00

Canadian GP Winning Team

Whether or not Ferrari's historic success in Canada will play a factor, the team is at 2.00 odds in Bodog's sports book to win the race, just behind Hamilton's Mercedes at 1.20, with Red Bull Racing's Verstappen the third choice overall at 15.00. 

Ferrari to win the Canadian Grand Prix Odds
2.00

While it's obvious a bet for a certain driver to claim the race it is also implied that team will win the race, betting on the team can be considered essentially a saver bet.

You can have Mercedes' Veltteri Bottas at 3.75, but if teammate Hamilton wins the race, you still pick up the win on your team bet, covering the cost of your overall bet.

Mercedes to win the Canadian Grand Prix Odds
1.20

Montreal Grand Prix Winning Driver Nationality

Once again, it's no surprise that Bodog has Britian as the favorite in this prop bet for Canadian Grand Prix odds, with Hamilton leading his country's charge at 2.15.

a British to win the Canadian Grand Prix Odds
2.15

But when you consider six of the top 10 drivers in the current standings - including Verstappen (Netherlands), Charles Laclerc (Monaco), Pierre Gasly (France), Carlos Sainz (Spain), Kevin Magnusson (Denmark) and Sergio Perez (Mexico) all fall into the "all other countries" catagory at 5.50, the possibilty of winning the "other" bet looks like a more profitable proposition.  

Other Nationalities to win the Canadian Grand Prix Odds
5.50

Montreal GP picks & predictions

Despite the fact he has yet to claim the top spot on the podium in 2019, we like Sebastian Vettel's chances for a big break through in Montreal and will take him with our pick. His second-place finish in Monaco was his best result so far and should give him some confidence and momentum as the F1 heads for Canada.

Canadian Grand Prix odds

Ferrari has struggled with tire issues all season, and while Vettel himself says they haven't quite got the problems fully sorted, every week brings them a bit closer to finding the perfect set-up.

Sebastian Vettel to win the Canadian Grand Prix Odds
19.00

Of course qualifying is all-important, but if Vettel can start in a good spot and get to the front, he will be tough to pass on the narrow Gillies Villenueve circuit, and he's one of the best in the business in holding position once he gets the lead. 

With Vettel's success in winning the race last year (to go along with a victory back in 2013) and very lucrative odds on the board, we'll take the four-time world champion for the win in 2019.

Having said that, we can't count out Verstappen and teamate Gasly to be there to pick up the pieces if Vettel falters, and that's why we're going to take a saver bet on Red Bull Racing at 15.00 as the winning car. 

While the logical choice would be to stick with Lewis Hamilton and teammate Bottas in their Mercedes that have been picking up most of the championship points so far, they offer little value as either winning drivers or winning team and it seems like Montreal is the perfect place one or two of their rivals to make an impact.   

See below the top sportsbooks where you can wager online and choose the best one for you:

When is the Canadian Grand Prix

The Canadian Grand Prix goes on Sunday, June 9 with race practise and then qualifying taking place on Friday June 7 and Saturday, June 8.

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What time is the Canadian Grand Prix?

The starting flag drops for the Canadian Grand Prix at 3:10 PM Eastern.  

Where to watch the Canadian Grand Prix?

In Canada, the Montreal Grand Prix will be covered live by TSN and their French-language broadcast partner RDS. American race fans can view the action on ESPN. 

Who won the Canadian Grand Prix

For Canadian motor racing fans, perhaps the "most successful" driver at the Canadian Grand Prix only won the race a single time, but he's immortalized with his name on the circuit - Gilles Villenueve.

One of the most iconic figures of all Canadian sports history (he did, after all, begin his career racing snowmobiles!) Villeneuve (picture) remains the only Canadian to win the race, taking the checkered flag in 1978, four years prior to his tragic death while qualifying for the 1982 Belgian Grand Prix. It was the first of six Formula 1 wins in his career. 

Gilles Villeneuve

Along with Sebastian Vettel, several drivers have won the Canadian Grand Prix twice, including former World Champions Jackie Stewart, Alan Jones (who both won back-to-back Canadian GP titles) and Aryton Senna. Another former World Champion, Nelson Piquet, won the race three times.

This success pales in comparison to the six races won by Hamilton, including three times in a row from 2015-'17, and the seven wins by Michael Schumacher, who also won three in a row from 2002-'04.

As far as winning teams are concerned, Ferrari has won the race 14 times - five of those with Schumacher - while McLaren has 13 and Williams has seven victories.

All Time Canadian GP Winners        

Year Driver Constructor

2019

 TBD  

2018

Sebastian Vettel (Ger) Ferrari (Ita)

2017

Lewis Hamilton (UK) Mercedes (Ger)

2016

Lewis Hamilton (UK) Mercedes (Ger)

2015

Lewis Hamilton (UK) Mercedes (Ger)

2014

Daniel Ricciardo (Aus) Red Bull (Aut)

2013

Sebastian Vettel (Ger) Red Bull (Aut)

2012

Lewis Hamilton (UK) McLaren (UK)

2011

Jenson Button (UK) McLaren (UK)

2010

Lewis Hamilton (UK)

McLaren (UK)

2009  No Race   
2008  Robert Kubica (Pol) BMW Sauber (Ger)
2007 Lewis Hamilton (UK) Mclaren (UK)
2006  Fernando Alonso (Spa) Renault (Fra)
2005 Kimi Raikonnen (Fin)  McLaren (UK)
2004 Michael Schumacher (Ger)  Ferrari (Ita)
2003 Michael Schumacher (Ger)  Ferrari (Ita)
2002 Michael Schumacher (Ger)  Ferrari (Ita)
2001  Ralf Schumacher (Ger)  Williams (UK)
2000 Michael Schumacher (Ger) Ferrari (Ita)
1999 Mika Hakkinen (Fin) McLaren (UK)
1998 Michael Schumacher (Ger) Ferrari (Ita)
1997 Michael Schumaker (Ger)  Ferrari (Ita)
1996 Damon Hill (UK)  Williams (UK)
1995 Jean Alesi (Fra)  Ferrari (Ita)
1994 Michael Schumacher (Ger) Benneton-Ford (UK)
1993 Alain Prost (Fra) Williams (UK)
1992  Gerhard Berger (Aus)  McLaren (UK) 
1991  Nelson Piquet (Bra)  Benneton-Ford (UK
1990  Aryton Senna (Bra)  McLaren (UK) 
 1989 Thierry Boutsen (Bel)  Williams (UK) 
 1988 Aryton Senna (Bra)   McLaren (UK)
 1987 No Race   
1986  Nigel Mansell (UK)  Williams (UK) 
1985  Michele Alboreto (Ita)  Ferrari (Ita) 
 1984 Nelson Piquet (Bra)  Brabham (UK) 
 1983  Rene Arnoux (Fra)  Ferrari (Ita) 
 1982 Nelson Piquet (Bra) Brabham (UK) 
1981 Jacques Laffite (Fra) Ligier (Fra)
1980 Alan Jones (Aus) Williams (UK)
1979 Alan Jones (Aus) Williams (UK)
1978  Gilles Villeneuve (Can) Ferrari (Ita)
1977 Jody Scheckter (SA) Wolf (Can)
1976 James Hunt (UK) McLaren (UK)
1975 No Race  
1974 Emerson Fittipaldi (Bra) McLaren (UK)
1973 Peter Revson (USA) McLaren (UK)
1972 Jackie Stewart (UK) Tyrrell (UK)
1971 Jackie Stewart (UK) Tyrrell (UK)
1970 Jacky Ickx (Bel) Ferrari (Ita)
1969 Jacky Ickx (Bel) Brabham (UK)
1968 Danny Hulme (NZ) McLaren (UK)
1967 Jack Brabham (NZ) Brabham (UK)