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Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix Odds: Pole-sitter Charles Leclerc the Heavy Favorite for Sunday’s Race

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Photo by Eric Alonso/Getty Images. Pictured: F1 Monaco Grand Prix Pole position qualifier Charles Leclerc

  • Ferrari's Charles Leclerc dominated Formula 1 qualifying on Saturday, securing the pole for Sunday's (9 a.m. ET, ESPN) Monaco Grand Prix.
  • Based on live Formula 1 odds, Leclerc is the heavy favorite (-250) to win Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix, followed by Red Bull's Max Verstappen (+350) and Ferrari teammate Carlos Sainz (+700).
  • Continue reading to see the latest Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix betting odds.

The greatest day of the year in motorsports gets underway with Formula 1’s most prestigious race, the Monaco Grand Prix, on Sunday morning (9 a.m. ET, ESPN).

All three practice sessions and qualifying are in the books, meaning the starting up line is set for the Monaco Grand Prix.

So, let’s jump right in and take a detailed look at updated Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix odds ahead of Sunday morning’s race.

Formula 1 Odds for Monaco 

*Odds via BetMGM as of Sunday morning

Driver Odds
Charles Leclerc -225
Max Verstappen +350
Carlos Sainz +800
Sergio Perez +1000
Lando Norris +2800
George Russell +5000
Lewis Hamilton +6600
Fernando Alonso +8000
Valtteri Bottas +25000
Sebastian Vettel +25000
Esteban Ocon +35000
Yuki Tsunoda +35000
Daniel Ricciardo +50000
Pierre Gasly +50000
Kevin Magnussen +50000
Mick Schumacher +100000
Alexander Albon +150000
Lance Stroll +300000
Guanyu Zhou +300000
Nicholas Latifi +300000

Formula 1 at Monaco Favorites

Charles Leclerc (-225)

After securing pole position in Saturday’s qualifying session, Leclerc is a massive -225 favorite to win the Monaco Grand Prix, which isn’t all that surprising considering how hard it is to pass on this circuit.

Max Verstappen (+350)

The current leader in the F1 world championship standings posted just the fourth-fastest lap in qualifying, meaning it’ll likely take either an exceptionally fast race car or a winning strategy call from Red Bull to put Verstappen ahead of the two Ferraris.

Carlos Sainz (+800)

Sainz will roll off second for the Monaco Grand Prix, putting him in striking distance of pole-sitter Leclerc.

There’s rain in the forecast for Sunday’s race, so there’s the potential for Sainz to slide into the lead in the event that Leclerc struggles to get going in wet conditions.

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