Italian Grand Prix - Betting Odds, Event Details, History and Records

Date: 2024.08.30 - 2024.09.01
Contest: F1
Location: The Autodromo Nazionale di Monza

The Italian Grand Prix is the fifth oldest Formula 1 event, having started all the way back in 1921.

Over that time, the race has been held a total of 92 times.

The Italian Grand Prix - Race at the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza - Bet on it!The Autodromo Nazionale di Monza has been home to the race since 2000.

The course is just over 306 kilometres in length and features a total of 53 laps. Each circuit is a little less than 6 kilometres.

2023 Winner:

At the Italian Grand Prix, Max Verstappen secured his 10th consecutive victory this season, surpassing Sebastian Vettel's F1 record for most back-to-back wins.

Verstappen also won the race last year.

2023 Betting Odds:

This is what the odds looked like leading up to the race:

Source: Bet365
Time Stamp: August 28th, 2023 3:24 pm EST
Odds Subject to Change

Max Verstappen -450
Sergio Perez +900
Fernando Alonso +2000
Lando Norris +2000
Lewis Hamilton +2000
Charles Leclerc +2500

It comes as no surprise that Max Verstappen was the favourite, considering that he won the past nine F1 races in a row, as well as the last year's Italian Grand Prix.

Previous Winners:

Two men - Michael Schumacher and Lewis Hamilton - have won the Italian Grand Prix a total of 5 times. Hamilton had a particularly dominant run in the race, winning 4 times in 5 years (2014-2018).

A number of legends have won the race four times, including Nelson Piquet.

Ferrari has been the most successful constructor and engine manufacturer in the history of the race, followed by McLaren and Mercedes.

Race History:

The Monza circuit is one of the oldest and most prestigious in Formula 1. Known as "La Pista Magica" or the "Magic Track," it's famous for its high-speed straights and challenging corners. The track's history and design add to the reverence and excitement of the event.

The Italian Grand Prix has a great deal of interesting history, and there is a reason why it is one of the most popular races of the year.

Ferrari, being the only team to have competed in every season since the inaugural World Championship, has a special connection with the race. Ferrari's home Grand Prix often attracts one of the most passionate crowds in the sport, known as the Tifosi.


The Italian Grand Prix often feels like a large festival, with concerts, fan zones, and other entertainment. The Italian culture, food, and spirit also permeate the event, creating a warm and festive atmosphere.


The Italian Grand Prix trophy is not as standardized as some others in the sport, and its appearance can vary from year to year.

During the early years of the Italian Grand Prix, winners were presented with the Coppa Reale (Royal Trophy). This trophy was awarded when the Monza circuit hosted the Grand Prix during the pre-World War II era.

More recently, winners of the Italian Grand Prix at Monza have been awarded various iterations of a trophy that often reflects the heritage and culture of Italy. It can include elements inspired by the Italian flag, motorsport themes, and other local designs.


Since Monza is a high-speed track, engines, brakes, and aerodynamic efficiency are crucial for performance. Teams often bring special low-downforce configurations to maximize speed on the straights.


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