2022 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix Predictions


Posted: April 22, 2022

Updated: April 22, 2022

  • Emilia Romagna Grand Prix is scheduled for April 24, 2022
  • The odds on the winner are already available at online sportsbooks
  • Who has better chances of taking the 1st place - Leclerc or Verstappen?
Is this frankly the end of Hamilton’s long heyday? – Image source: Flickr

Formula 1 is going to Europe this weekend. The next GP will take place in Italian Imola on April 24, 2022. There is not too much time left, so hurry up to check the latest Emilia Romagna Grand Prix predictions and odds on the winner. Learn where and how to watch the fourth race of the ongoing season.

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Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari will host the fourth Formula 1 race this weekend. This is going to be the first F1 event in Europe in 2022. As always, the event is divided into three stages: qualifying, spring, and main race. 

Qualifying takes place on Friday, followed by the first Free Practice session. On Saturday, drivers take part in the Sprint and the second Free Practice session. The main race aka Grand Prix is scheduled for Sunday, April 24. 

Online betting sites in Italy have already presented their final odds for the possible winner of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. See who is predicted to win the race and learn where to follow Formula 1.

2022 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix predictions

Most F1 fans agree that the ongoing season started not the way they expected. Main rivals of the previous season – Hamilton and Verstappen – are not at their peak this year. These two occupy 5th and 6th place respectively in the standings by results of three races in Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and Australia. 

Odds to win the 2022 Emilia Romagna GP are more in Verstappen’s favor than in Hamilton’s. Verstappen won the race on the same circuit last year, having left Hamilton in second place. Also, the Dutchman finished higher on the podium this season than his eternal rival. Verstappen placed first in Saudi Arabia, while the only time Hamilton hardly took the podium was in Bahrain. 

However, Emilia Romagna Grand Prix predictions point at Leclerc finishing first again. With the best odds at Bet365, this Ferrari driver is far ahead of his rivals. He has confidently topped the standings after two impressive victories in Bahrain and Australia. With 71 points, Leclerc overcame his closest rival Russel who earned just 37. No wonder he is believed to win the next race in Italy as well as win the entire Formula 1 championship in 2022.

Emilia Romagna Grand Prix predictions
Map of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix – Image source: Kilawyn Punx, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Where to watch the Emilia Romagna GP this weekend? 

The 2022 Emilia Romagna GP gets underway on Friday and ends on Sunday morning. You can follow all the upcoming events live at selected online sportsbooks in Italy and on TV.

Depending on your location, you can watch the upcoming F1 race on the following channels: 

  • UK (Channel 4, Sky Sports F1)
  • US (ESPN2, ESPN)
  • Latin America (Fox Sports, ESPN, Bandeirantes)
  • Australia (FoxTel/Kayo)
  • Asia (Now TV, K+, Great Sports TV)
  • Africa (SuperSport)
  • Europe (Viaplay, Sky, Sport Klub, SRF, and many others)

To find more information about broadcasters in your region, check the official Formula 1 website. In some countries, fans can also watch the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix via F1 TV Pro. 

Find the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix 2022 schedule below.

F1 session Day Time (GMT)
Free Practice 1 Friday, April 22 11:30
Qualifying Friday, April 22 15:00
Free Practice 2 Saturday, April 23 10:30
Sprint Saturday, April 23 14:30
Race Sunday, April 24 13:00

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