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    2023 Formula 1 schedule, F1 picks, odds: Hungarian Grand Prix projected leaderboard, start time, race prediction from top model

    SportsLine's model simulated the Hungarian Grand Prix 2023 and released its F1 predictions for Max Verstappen and the rest of the starting grid
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    The 2023 Formula 1 season will continue on Sunday with the 2023 Hungarian Grand Prix at Hungaroring in Mogyoród, Hungary, with the green flag scheduled to drop at 9 a.m. ET. Red Bull Racing's Max Verstappen won for a sixth consecutive race at the British Grand Prix, moving him into a tie for the fifth-longest winning streak in F1 history. Verstappen has won eight of the first 10 races of the season and has opened up a whopping 99-point lead in the 2023 Formula 1 standings over teammate Sergio Perez, who is the only other driver to win in 2023.

    Now Red Bull will look to continue its dominance with Verstappen listed as the -225 favorite (risk $225 to win $100) in the 2023 Hungarian Grand Prix odds from Caesars Sportsbook. Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton is listed at +300 after winning the pole, followed by McLaren's Lando Norris (+850), Perez (+3300) and McLaren's Oscar Piastri (+4000). SportsLine's proven computer projection model simulated the Hungarian GP 2023 10,000 times and came up with a surprising leaderboard.

    Developed by daily Fantasy pro and SportsLine predictive data engineer Mike McClure, this proprietary Formula 1 prediction model takes into account a slew of factors including track history and recent results.

    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 surprising victory. 

    It followed that up by calling Verstappen's win at the Rolex Emilia Romagna GP in April and nailed Verstappen to win in Belgium, the Netherlands, Japan, the United States, Mexico and Abu Dhabi. It also called all eight of Verstappen's wins to start the 2023 season. Anyone who followed the model's lead on those plays has seen HUGE returns!

    The Hungarian Grand Prix was first held in 1936 and the race returned in 1986 after a 50-year hiatus. At the time, it was the first race run behind the Iron Curtain and it's been a fixture on the Formula 1 schedule ever since. Hungaroring is a 14-turn, 2.722-mile circuit is one of the twistier and bumpier tracks in F1 and the difficulty of passing often draws comparison to Monaco. Hamilton has a record eight victories in the Hungarian GP while Verstappen is the defending champion after besting Hamilton by nearly eight seconds in 2022.

    Now, the model has dialed in on the 2023 Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix and just released its coveted picks and leaderboard projections. 

    We can tell you the model is high on Hamilton even though he hasn't won a race since 2021. As mentioned, Hamilton is an eight-time winner in Hungary and he's also been the runner-up at the Hungaroring in each of the last two seasons. Hamilton is currently fourth in the 2023 Formula One standings but he's closing the gap on Alonso in third and is still within striking distance of Perez in second. The seven-time world champion hasn't won in his last 33 starts but he's coming off his fourth podium of the season at the British Grand Prix and there are few tracks that he knows better than the Hungaroring.

    The model is also targeting one driver getting triple-digit Hungarian Grand Prix odds to make a serious charge up the leaderboard! Anyone who backs this driver could hit it BIG. You ABSOLUTELY need to see who he is before locking in any Formula 1 Hungarian GP picks of your own.

    So who wins the 2023 Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix? And which SERIOUS long shot might be in contention? ... Join SportsLine right now to see the full projected F1 Hungarian GP leaderboard, all from the model that has nailed its racing picks the last two years, and find out!


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