United States Grand Prix 2023: Betting Tip, Predictions, Odds and More

In taking his first ever pole position at the daunting United States Grand Prix, Charles Leclerc has put Ferrari on the driver’s seat for the race weekend. 

In a season where not an awful lot has worked for the Scuderia barring the brilliant pole at their home race at Monza and later, the win at Singapore, both down to 

Carlos Sainz jr.’s brilliance, it appears Leclerc is soon going to make it win number two for the racing icon. 

Quicker of the two Ferrari drivers this weekend, Leclerc aced the final qualifying run in going the fastest eventually setting a belter of a lap time at 1:34:723, emerging quickest even when compared to the McLarens. 

What could, it ought to be asked, Ferrar want more other than finding race pace and better performance than McLaren, who’ve left little to the imagination given their sensational form in the last two races? Not that from Ferrari perspective things are absolutely blissful despite Leclerc’s third pile of the year and his 21st overall. 

There’s Norris, who begins second and in Leclerc’s rear view mirrors, something the Monegasque would note quite well. 

And then, there’s also going to be some sort of a challenge that the very brilliant Piastri would put on race-day, isn’t it? That’s even as the Australian begins from tenth on the grid. 

But on October the 23rd, Charles Leclerc, in clear contention of a win, will also have to be careful of Sir Lewis Hamilton, a six-time winner at the Circuit of the Americas. 

The great Briton begins his challenge from third on the grid. 

Further down in fourth is Leclerc’s own teammate, Carlos Sainz, who would want to fight for a podium having suddenly experienced a lull as far as Suzuka and Losail (scored a Did Not Start) were concerned. 

All of that told, we have amid us a Grand Prix that Ferrari can either make fascinating or forgettable, which depends purely on how far can Leclerc stretch himself to win and drive a clean, error-free race.

That he can win is beyond the edge of doubt; Leclerc’s someone who won at Spa and then, at Monza much to everyone’s delight in his maiden year in Formula 1. 

But the biggest question is- how easy will it actually be in the land of the cowboys and Owen Wilson? Will we get to see a “Wow,” race in the end where America is painted red? 

SportsTiger reckon it’s Charles Leclerc’s race to lose. 

Having said so, SportsTiger requests you to place your bets cautiously and wisely, and be mindful that gambling can be addictive and harmful in the end.


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