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

    SportsLine's model simulated the United States 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 United States Grand Prix at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. The green flag is scheduled to drop at 3 p.m. ET, and this will be the second of three F1 races in the U.S. this year. Max Verstappen has already clinched his third consecutive championship and is seeking his third straight victory at the U.S. Grand Prix.

    Verstappen is the -400 favorite (risk $400 to win $100) in the 2023 United States Grand Prix odds after having won 23 of the last 28 races held in Formula 1. McLaren's Lando Norris is at +1200 after placing in the top three in each of his last three races. His teammate Oscar Piastri is at +1400, while Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton is at +2200. Other F1 favorites this week include Sergio Perez (+2000), George Russell (+2500), Carlos Sainz +2800 and Charles Leclerc +2800.

    SportsLine's proven computer projection model simulated the United States GP 2023 10,000 times and come 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 Charles 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 has also called all 14 of Verstappen's wins to start the 2023 seasonAnyone who followed the model's lead on those plays has seen HUGE returns!

    Circuit of the Americas opened in 2012 and has been hosting the U.S. Grand Prix since then. It is 3.426 miles and features 20 turns, with F1 drivers racing 56 laps. COTA is the eighth track to host the United States Grand Prix, with Indianapolis Motor Speedway its predecessor (2000-07). Verstappen is seeking to become the fourth driver to win the United States Grand Prix three times in a row, joining Graham Hill (1963-65), Michael Schumacher (2003-06) and Hamilton (2014-17).

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

    We can tell you the model is fading Norris even though he has made three straight podiums and is the second-favorite at +1200. Norris hasn't had the best success in the States, failing to even place in the top five in any of his five previous attempts at either the U.S. Grand Prix or the Miami GP. The 2023 United States Grand Prix will be Norris' 100th career Formula One start, but he's still searching for his first career victory. While he's shown in-season improvement this year, the model calls for him to struggle in Texas and finish off the podium on his fourth straight attempt at the race.

    The model is also targeting one driver getting 20-1 or better in the United States 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 United States GP picks of your own.

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


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