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Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix will start at 15:00 local time (14:00 BST). SportsLine’s model analyzed the starting grid for the Rolex Austrian GP 2022 race at Red Bull Ring and locked in its leaderboard projection.
How many laps is the Austrian GP?
The race will take place over 71 laps of the 4.318-kilometre Red Bull Ring, with a maximum race time of two hours if there are any stoppages or delays.
What time does the Austrian GP start?
Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix will start at 15:00 local time (14:00 BST).
Below are the start times for the race for various time zones across the world.
The Formula 1 race circuit heads to Spielberg, Austria this week for the Rolex Austrian Grand Prix 2022. Red Bull driver Max Verstappen, who has six wins in 2022 and currently sits atop the current Formula 1 Driver standings with a commanding 34-point lead over Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez, is looking to defend his F1 Austria title. Verstappen is listed at -175 (risk $175 to win $100) in the latest Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix odds from Caesars Sportsbook. Charles Leclerc of Ferrari, who has become Verstappen’s fiercest rival, is next at 3-1. Their teams, Red Bull and Ferrari are No. 1 and No. 2 in the 2022 F1 constructor standings, respectively.
The green flag drops at 9 am ET on Sunday. Before analyzing the 2022 Austrian Grand Prix starting grid and making any Formula 1 picks of your own.
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The model has been scorching hot when it comes to picking Formula 1 race events dating back to 2021. It nailed both of Leclerc’s wins in 2022, and at the 2021 Mexican Grand Prix, the model was strongly backing Verstappen as its top pick. The result: Verstappen dominated the field and ran away with a surprise victory. The model followed that up by calling Verstappen’s win at the Rolex Emilia Romagna GP in April. Anyone who followed the model’s lead on those plays has seen huge returns
Now, the model has dialed in on the 2022 Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix and just released its coveted picks and leaderboard projections. You can head to SportsLine now to see the complete 2022 Austrian GP leaderboard projection.
Top 2022 Formula 1 Austrian GP predictions
One massive shocker: McClure expects a return to contention for Formula 1 legend Lewis Hamilton of the Mercedes F1 Team. By now it’s no secret that Ferrari and Red Bull have made the smoothest adjustment to Formula 1’s rules changes for the 2022 season, but McClure believe Mercedes is catching up.
While Hamilton’s odds to win the race would suggest he’s a long shot, McClure is expecting the seven-time F1 world champion driver to make a strong run at the checkered flag. As a result, McClure is backing Hamilton to finish on the podium this week at +270 odds.
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The model is also targeting another long-shot driver who surprises by challenging Verstappen and Leclerc for the victory in Austria. Anyone who backs him could hit it big. You can find out who it is, and see all of the model’s F1 picks and predictions at SportsLine.
So who wins the Austrian Grand Prix 2022? And which under the radar driver makes a strong run at the checkered flag? Check out the latest 2022 F1 odds below, then visit SportsLine now to see the full projected 2022 Austrian Grand Prix leaderboard, all from the model with a proven history of auto racing success, and find out.
2022 Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix odds, field, top contenders
Charles Leclerc 3-1
Carlos Sainz 9-1
Lewis Hamilton 14-1
George Russel 18-1
Sergio Perez 20-1
Fernando Alonso 125-1
Lando Norris 175-1
Esteban Ocon 200-1
Pierre Gasly 400-1
Kevin Magnussen 500-1
Yuki Tsunoda 500-1
Daniel Ricciardo 500-1
Sebastian Vettel 500-1
Mick Schumacher 750-1
Lance Stroll 750-1
Valtteri Bottas 1000-1
Alexander Albon 1000-1
Guanyu Zhou 1000-1
Nicholas Latifi 2500-1
Zhou Guanyu has given his take on the engine glitch in his car that caused an aborted start for the Austrian Grand Prix sprint.
The Chinese driver had been about to launch his Alfa Romeo in racing conditions for the first time since his horrifying crash six days earlier going into the opening corner of the British GP.
But that prospect still awaits him because as he took the final turn towards the grid on the formation lap at the Red Bull Ring, about to start from P18, the engine in the C42 cut out.
He was, however, able to fire it back up himself, which meant he could take part in the sprint but was obliged to head into the pit lane and start from there.
In the meantime, with Zhou’s car stationary and all the others on the grid, the intended start was scrapped and another formation lap completed, reducing the number of ‘racing’ laps to 23 from 24.
“The engine switched off in the last corner so basically I had to restart – I did a quick one to restart the engine,” Zhou explained.
“I put the gears in and nothing was happening, so I had to do a whole full switch-off procedure and then luckily it got working.
“I have no idea what’s the issue, I’ll have to investigate. Pretty frustrating that, but after that I was very enjoying my comeback.”