- Lewis Hamilton is the -200 betting favorite to win the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
- He is currently tied in points with Max Verstappen entering the final race of the season.
- Hamilton also has -600 odds to beat Verstappen in a potential boxing match.
ABU DHABI – The final leg of the F1 schedule is the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. The race will determine the winning driver as Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton are tied entering the race however, there’s a bit of controversy between the two.
Setting The Stage
Last weekend’s first-ever running of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix was a wild ride that included many accusations and resulted in a tie between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton.
The two drivers collided during the race due to an apparent miscommunication about an illegal overtake and being forced to give the position back, but has resulted in accusations of brake checking and dirty driving. Regardless the two enter the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix tied in points with everything on the line. Online gambling sites favor Hamilton.
Abu Dhabi GP Odds
- Lewis Hamilton -200
- Max Verstappen +185
- Valtteri Bottas +1400
- Sergio Perez +2800
Considering Hamilton is favored to win, it’s not surprising to find him ahead of Verstappen in the Drivers Championship odds as whoever places higher in the event will take home the trophy.
F1 Drivers’ Championship Odds
- Lewis Hamilton -250
- Max Verstappen +200
The odds will surely change as qualifying goes on and the starting grid is determined, but as it stands sportsbooks are seemingly projecting Hamilton to perform better this upcoming weekend.
Hamilton Also Favored In Boxing Ring
Following the latest addition to the history of Verstappen and Hamilton’s rivalry, there have been odds released as to who would win in a boxing match. To be clear, it is highly improbable that the two were to ever meet in the ring, but boxing betting sites have a clear-cut favorite.
Lewis Hamilton Vs Max Verstappen Boxing Odds
- Lewis Hamilton -600
- Max Verstappen +350
Going to the tale of the tape, Verstappen would have a two-inch height advantage but even in the off-chance this fight comes to fruition, the sportsbooks are smarter than most give credit for.