F1 Odds for Miami | Updated Lines for Sunday’s Grand Prix (May 7)
Photo by ANP via Getty Images. Pictured: Sergio Perez (11) with the Oracle Red Bull Racing RB18 Honda
- The 2023 Miami Grand Prix will take place at 3:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, May 7.
- Live F1 odds show Sergio Perez as the Miami Grand Prix favorite, followed by Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen.
- Below we detail the full list of F1 odds for Miami, including how lines have moved since earlier this week.
Qualifying results from Saturday have really shaken up F1 odds for Miami.
A late spin from Charles Leclerc in Q3 ended the session early, preventing a handful of heavy-hitters, like Max Verstappen, from making a final flying lap and contending for a better starting position.
When the dust settled, Sergio Perez secured pole position for Sunday’s Miami Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso will start alongside Perez on the front row, with Carlos Sainz and the surprising Kevin Magnussen qualifying third and fourth, respectively.
Tw0-time defending F1 World Champion and current points leader Verstappen will start way back in the ninth after getting burned by Leclerc’s spin, which has had a massive impact on the latest F1 odds for Miami.
Let’s run through updated F1 odds for Miami ahead of Sunday afternoon’s race.
F1 Odds Miami
*Odds as Sunday morning and via FanDuel Sportsbook
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F1 Odds Movement
Sergio Perez (+330 to -150)
Perez was the huge winner from qualifying according to the latest F1 odds for Miami.
Not only did Checo secure pole position, but a poor result from Red Bull teammate Verstappen is also a big factor in Perez’s odds movement.
Max Verstappen (-210 to +175)
Speaking of Verstappen, his odds to win Sunday’s Miami Grand Prix took a hit, falling from -210 to +175 after qualifying ninth for today’s race.
Fernando Alonso (+1800 to +700)
Alonso is another beneficiary of Verstappen’s troubles, posting the second-fasted lap in Q3 on Saturday afternoon.
A front row starting position has pushed Alonso’s odds from +1800 to +700 as of writing.
Charles Leclerc (+1400 to +5000)
Like Verstappen, Leclerc’s chances to win the Miami Grand Prix have slipped following qualifying.
Leclerc’s spin ended Q3 early, putting the Ferrari driver seventh on today’s starting grid.
Lewis Hamilton (+2800 to +7000)
Qualifying struggles have also heavily impacted Hamilton’s F1 odds for Miami, though we can’t blame Leclerc’s spin this time.
The seven-time F1 World Champion failed to advance out of Q2, relegating Hamilton to a 13th-place starting position.
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