The Emilia Romagna Grand Prix is right around the corner as the 2023 F1 season enters its sixth round.
We have already witnessed Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Azerbaijan, and the United States, but now is the time for Europe – with Canada wedge in between – to host its fair share of GPs, starting with the action that the iconic Imola track.
When is the Emilia Romagna GP?
The Grand Prix around the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari track will occur between May 19 and 21. Two practice sessions will be held on Friday (May 19) before a final one on Saturday. On the afternoon of Saturday, they will be required to compete in qualifying, where they will then determine their position on the starting grid for Sunday’s race.
The race will start at 14:00 GMT and will feature 63 laps. This has been set as each lap of the circuit will see drivers have to navigate 4.909km (3.05 miles). There is a long straight that can be useful for the quickest drivers, while there is a total of 19 corners that need to be tackled.
Betting Preview and Tips
The Emilia Romagna GP is one of the most anticipated events of the F1 calendar as it provides bettors with a number of opportunities. They are able to identify a number of different markets due to the circuit’s layout, and they can also make informed decisions about who could do what as part of the season has already been held.
With so many different betting options available across a plethora of different markets with the top sportsbook, it can be difficult to know what to look for. Thankfully, a number of betting tips are possible to make for this race, with some clearer than others.
2023 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix odds
- Max Verstappen -250
- Sergio Perez +330
- Fernando Alonso +1200
- Lewis Hamilton +1800
- George Russell +2200
Overall race winner
If you are looking for betting markets that offer a basic experience and can be easier to enjoy, then you will want to consider the overall winner of the Emilia Romagna GP. Trying to predict which driver will win can still be very enjoyable for punters, as unpredictability still exists.
Max Verstappen is considered the current favourite for the race, and history would help to explain why he is. The Red Bull driver was the winner of the last two editions of this race, and with him in good form again as the leader in the standings, many do not expect him to slip up at a track that has proven favourable to him.
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