We’re ready to turn off the lights at 9am ET in Budapest for the 13th race of the season at the Hungaroring circuit. It will consist of 70 laps, each of 4.381 km (2.72 mi) for a total of 306.63 km (190.53 mi). Max Verstappen tops the 2022 standings heading into the weekend with 233 points. Charles Leclerc is in second place with 170 points, followed by Sergio Perez with 163 points.
Legend Sebastian Vettel has officially announced his retirement from Formula 1. He entered F1 in 2007 with BMW Sauber. Vettel has won 53 Formula 1 Grands Prix and two Hungarian Grands Prix, in 2015 and 2017. His DraftKings Sportsbook odds are +90,000 to win, +1,600 to finish in the top six and +170 to finish in the top ten .
The Hungarian Grand Prix will be broadcast on ESPN. If you’re not in front of a TV, you can watch the race via live stream online on WatchESPN and via the ESPN app. You’ll need a cable connection to stream the race, so if you don’t have one, you can get a free trial of YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream it.
Leclerc is the weekend favorite sitting at +135 at DraftKings Sportsbook. Verstappen is not far behind him with +140. Carlos Sainz is next closest at +600.
2022 Hungarian Grand Prix odds