The final race of the Formula One season is about to begin as the grid for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix arrives at Yas Marina. The battle for second place is still extremely intense, and we have listed the odds to win the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix as well as the race favorites further down.
This coming weekend, the final race of the 2022 Formula One season will take place at Yas Marina in Abu Dhabi, and it will be the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
We won’t be experiencing the intensity of a title fight like we did during the previous season, when Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen arrived at Yas Marina tied for first place, but we will be experiencing something similar. Unbelievably, the battle between Sergio Perez and Charles Leclerc for second place will come down to the wire, despite the fact that the two drivers have the same number of points, 290.
Find out where drivers such as Perez and Leclerc stand in comparison to the rest of the field for the final race of the ’22 season at Yas Marina below with our odds for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
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F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix odds
|Driver||Odds to win Abu Dhabi GP|
Abu Dhabi Grand Prix favorites
Max Verstappen (+125)
In spite of the fact that Max Verstappen and Red Bull were already assured of winning both titles before heading to Sao Paulo, the Brazilian Grand Prix was one of the more eventful weekends that the team has been through this year. In the wake of the controversy that surrounded Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez’s final lap in Brazil, Max Verstappen is the favorite to win in Abu Dhabi; however, one must assume that the team’s primary focus will be on ensuring that Perez finishes in second place in the Drivers’ Championship.
Lewis Hamilton (+250)
Hamilton is the second favorite to win the final race of the season, and he is coming off a strong performance in Brazil, where he finished in second place as part of Mercedes’s 1-2 finish. The Formula One race in Abu Dhabi is Hamilton’s last opportunity to extend his record of winning a race in every season in which he has competed.
George Russell (+350)
After a weekend at the Brazilian Grand Prix in which he won both the sprint race and the main event, George Russell can now call himself an official Formula 1 race winner. He is currently in second place on the leaderboard for Abu Dhabi, just behind Hamilton. As the race between Ferrari and Mercedes for second place in the Constructors’ Championship draws to a close, the primary objective for Mercedes, one would assume, is to secure second place.