What F1 Teams Are Most Likely To Win the Constructors' Championship?
In Formula 1, ten teams compete in the Constructors’ Championship. These teams can be put into three different categories, as a few constructors have title hopes, some are middle of the pack, and others don’t have the best odds of winning this season. Keep reading to find out which teams are the most likely to win the Constructors’ Championship in 2023.
The Title Chasers
Red Bull, Ferrari, and Mercedes are the three favorites to win the 2023 Constructors’ Championship with -430, +700, and +900 odds, respectively. Mercedes features one of the winningest drivers of all time. Lewis Hamilton has won seven titles, most recently in 2020. He won six of those titles for Mercedes, and the car brand has eight total championships. George Russell is the other driver representing the constructor. The Italian car brand, Ferrari, holds 16 world championships to its name. Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz are Ferrari’s drivers. Sainz finished fourth in the first race of the 2023 season. Red Bull Racing has hoisted the past two championships thanks to driver Max Verstappen and is once again favored for this year. Sergio Perez is the second driver for the constructor. The Red Bull drivers finished first and second in the opening race of the 2023 season. The racing team is based in England.
Middle of the Pack Teams
Aston Martin and Alpine have +1,800 and +19,000 odds, respectively, to win the F1 Constructors’ Championship for 2023. Both of these constructors call the United Kingdom their home base. Alpine has Pierre Gasly and Esteban Ocon driving. The constructor first competed in Formula 1 in 1986 and has won two world championships since. Aston Martin took a large jump back into F1 over the past few years. Two-time champion Fernando Alonso finished third at the opening race of the 2023 season and is one of the drivers for Aston Martin. Lance Stroll is the other driver for the team.
The Bottom Bunch
McLaren, Williams, Haas, AlphaTauri, and Alfa Romeo represent the bottom half of Formula 1 racing, as each team has +20,000 odds of winning the 2023 Constructors’ Championship. McLaren has eight prior titles despite the poor odds this season. The UK-based constructor has Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri representing them for 2023. Haas has never won a world championship and first entered the Formula 1 scene in 2016. The constructor calls North Carolina its home. Kevin Magnussen and Nico Hulkenberg are the drivers for Haas. AlphaTauri has also never won a title and is owned by Red Bull Racing. Yuki Tsunoda and Nyck De Vries are the drivers for the constructor. Williams Racing has claimed nine world championships. Alexander Albon and Logan Sargeant drive for the British constructor. Alfa Romeo is an Italian car brand with Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu as its team drivers. The constructor has never won a title in Formula 1.