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F1 Drivers' Championship Outright odds: Max Verstappen leads the way as he targets third title

Max Verstappen will be seeking to complete a hat-trick of F1 title wins in 2023, but could face a far stiffer challenge to his throne than he received in 2022.

The Red Bull racer annihilated the competition last season, piling up a record number of wins (15) and points (454) to retain the Drivers' Championship he'd had to fight so hard to win in 2021.

What2023 F1 season
WhereAcross the world
WhenSunday 5th March - Sunday 26th November
How to watchSky Sports and Channel 4
OddsMax Verstappen 1/5, Sergio Perez 10/1, Fernando Alonso 12/1, Charles Leclerc 25/1, Lewis Hamilton 25/1

Max Verstappen - Red Bull

To Win Outright - 1/5

Reigning champion Max Verstappen is the overwhelming favourite to win his third F1 Drivers' Championship in a row, and has made a solid start to the 2023 campaign with a win and a runners-up finish in the first two races.

Sergio Perez - Red Bull

To Win Outright - 10/1

Verstappen's Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez is deemed the most likely to challenge the Dutchman for the title this year, having won the second Grand Prix of the season in Saudi Arabia after finishing second in the opener in Bahrain.

Fernando Alonso - Aston Martin

To Win Outright - 12/1

F1 veteran Fernando Alonso has already proven he has plenty left to offer in the sport with back-to-back third-placed finishes in the opening two races of the 2023 season, with an impressive Aston Martin car giving the legendary Spaniard the ability to challenge drivers from teams with greater resources.

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Charles Leclerc - Ferrari

To Win Outright - 25/1

Runner-up to Verstappen in the final F1 standings last season, Leclerc's 2023 campaign has got off to a shocking start after being forced to retire in the opening race in Bahrain and finishing in seventh place in Saudi Arabia.

Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes

To Win Outright - 25/1

Seven-time F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton is desperate for a record-breaking eighth title which would see him surpass Michael Schumacher as the most decorated driver in the history of the sport, but his chances seem thin this year in a Mercedes car which appears off the pace of its main competitors.

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