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F1 Mexico Grand Prix 2023: Enjoy CopyBet’s Bet 10 Get 40 New Customer Offer

By Dean Smith

Published: 18:13, 26 October 2023

There’s another action-packed weekend ahead in the sporting world with big events taking place across the globe and for Formula One fans, attention turns to Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez for the Mexico City Grand Prix.

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With just three races left in the 2023 F1 season, Red Bull have already secured the Constructors’ Championship, making it back to back titles and the sixth in their history.

Max Verstappen has 15 race wins to his name in this campaign, equalling the record he set in 2022. But the Dutchman will be keen to finish the season in style with as many further victories as possible as he eyes the record for the biggest championship-winning margin.

Sportsbook CopyBet have Verstappen at 1/5 to win in Mexico, while his Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez is second favourite at 8/1 and Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton is 12/1. Other than Verstappen, Hamilton is the only previous winner of this race that will be competing this weekend. The Briton won for Mercedes in 2016 and 2018.

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It promises to be another intriguing race in Mexico City. Will the favourite and runaway title winner triumph again or will one of the longer odds contenders be victorious?