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The 2022 Formula One Season, formally known as the 2022 FIA Formula One World Championship, is the 73rd season of the FIA Formula One World Championship, the premier single-seater racing series sanctioned by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile. The season will take on a major overhaul of the technical rulebook that introduced a new era of F1 cars, which had initially been planned for the 2021 season before being delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[1]

Background[]

The season would open with news that Honda would withdraw from F1 for the second time in twelve years at the end of 2021, having failed to achieve their goal of winning the World Championship since rejoining the Championship with McLaren in 2015.[2] Their withdrawal left Red Bull and AlphaTauri without an engine supplier for 2022, resulting in Red Bull hinting that they would take over maintenance and minor development of Honda's powertrains, if F1 was to implement an engine development freeze from 2022 onward.[2][3] A freeze was subsequently approved by the FIA and the teams/manufacturers until the end of the 2025 season, resulting in Red Bull forming Red Bull Powertrains Limited to supply themselves and junior team AlphaTauri with engines, based on Honda's 2021 design, for 2022.[4][5]

Teams and Drivers[]

Constructor Chassis Tyre No. Driver Rounds Test/Reserve Drivers
Team Engine
Alfa Romeo-Ferrari C42 P 24 China Guanyu Zhou[6] All Poland Robert Kubica
Italy Antonio Giovinazzi
United Kingdom Callum Ilott
France Théo Pourchaire
Switzerland Alfa Romeo F1 Team ORLEN[7] Ferrari 066/7 77 Finland Valtteri Bottas All
AlphaTauri-RBPT AT03 P 10 France Pierre Gasly All Switzerland Sébastien Buemi[8]
New Zealand Liam Lawson
Italy Scuderia AlphaTauri[7] RBPT[9] RBPTH001 22 Japan Yuki Tsunoda All
Alpine-Renault A522 P 14 Spain Fernando Alonso[10] All Australia Oscar Piastri[11]
Australia Jack Doohan
France BWT Alpine F1 Team[7] Renault RE22 31 France Esteban Ocon All
Aston Martin Aramco-Mercedes AMR22 P 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel[12] 3-22 Germany Nico Hülkenberg[13]
Netherlands Nyck de Vries
Brazil Felipe Drugovich
United Kingdom Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One Team[7] Mercedes M13 18 Canada Lance Stroll All
27 Germany Nico Hülkenberg 1-2
Ferrari F1-75 P 16 Monaco Charles Leclerc[14] All Italy Antonio Giovinazzi[15]
Germany Mick Schumacher[15]
Israel Robert Shwartzman
Italy Scuderia Ferrari[7] Ferrari 066/7 55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr.[16] All
Haas-Ferrari VF-22 P 20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen[17] All Brazil Pietro Fittipaldi[18]
Italy Antonio Giovinazzi
United States Haas F1 Team[7] Ferrari 066/7 47 Germany Mick Schumacher[19] All
McLaren-Mercedes MCL36 P 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo[20] All Australia Oscar Piastri[21]
Netherlands Nyck de Vries[21]
Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne[21]
United Kingdom Paul di Resta[21]
Spain Álex Palou
Mexico Patricio O'Ward
United Kingdom McLaren F1 Team[7] Mercedes M13 4 United Kingdom Lando Norris[22] All
Mercedes W13 P 44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton All Netherlands Nyck de Vries
Belgium Stoffel Vandoorne
Mexico Esteban Gutiérrez
Germany Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team[7] Mercedes M13 63 United Kingdom George Russell All
Red Bull Racing-RBPT RB18 P 1[23] Netherlands Max Verstappen[24] All Switzerland Sébastien Buemi[8]
Estonia Jüri Vips
New Zealand Liam Lawson
Austria Oracle Red Bull Racing[7] RBPT[9] RBPTH001 11 Mexico Sergio Pérez All
Williams-Mercedes FW44 P 6 Canada Nicholas Latifi All United Kingdom Jack Aitken
Israel Roy Nissany
Netherlands Nyck de Vries
United States Logan Sargeant
United Kingdom Williams Racing[7] Mercedes M13 23 Thailand Alexander Albon 1-15, 17-22
45 Netherlands Nyck de Vries 16

Changes[]

This season saw the following changes from the 2021 season:

Teams[]

  • Sponsors
    • Ferrari drops Mission Winnow (Marlboro) as a title sponsor.
    • Haas drops Uralkali on the last day of testing at the 2022 Barcelona Test, following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.[26] The team eventually terminated the contract with Uralkali.
    • Red Bull, Aston Martin, and Alpine secured new title sponsors.
      • Oracle, Aramco, and BWT, respectively
  • Engine Suppliers
    • Honda announced that they would not supply power units beyond 2021.[27]
      • Red Bull Racing took over Honda's engine programme and manage it in-house, under a new division called Red Bull Powertrains.

Drivers[]


Free practice drivers[]

Each team was required to field a driver who has not taken part in more than two Grands Prix in at least two sessions of Grand Prix weekends, one for each car entered in the championship. A number of drivers were entered at selected events to drive in free practice.[29]

Drivers that took part in free practice sessions during the 2022 World Championship
Constructor Practice drivers
Driver name Rounds
Alfa Romeo-Ferrari Poland Robert Kubica
France Théo Pourchaire
6, 12–13, 22
19
AlphaTauri-RBPT New Zealand Liam Lawson 14, 20
Alpine-Renault Australia Jack Doohan 20, 22
Aston Martin Aramco-Mercedes Netherlands Nyck de Vries
Brazil Felipe Drugovich
16
22
Ferrari Israel/United States Robert Shwartzman 19, 22
Haas-Ferrari Italy Antonio Giovinazzi
Brazil Pietro Fittipaldi
16, 19
20, 22
McLaren-Mercedes Spain Álex Palou
Mexico Patricio O'Ward
19
22
Mercedes Netherlands Nyck de Vries 12, 20
Red Bull Racing-RBPT Estonia Jüri Vips
New Zealand Liam Lawson
6
22
Williams-Mercedes Netherlands Nyck de Vries
United States Logan Sargeant
6
19–22
Source:[7]

Mid-season changes[]

Ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel tested positive for coronavirus. He was replaced at Aston Martin by reserve driver Nico Hülkenberg, who last raced at the 2020 Eifel Grand Prix, driving for former team Racing Point.[30] Vettel was also replaced by Hülkenberg at the subsequent Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.[31]

During the Italian Grand Prix weekend, Alexander Albon suffered from appendicitis. He was replaced at Williams by the Mercedes reserve driver 2020–21 Formula E and 2019 Formula 2 Champion Nyck de Vries, who made his Formula One race debut.[32]

Calendar[]

Sixteen races have contracts that ran into or beyond 2022.[33] Among those sixteen would be the new Miami Grand Prix, after the organisers of the planned event signed a ten-year deal with Formula One Management to hold the race around the Hard Rock Stadium.[34]

Testing[]

Three testings took place in Spain, Bahrain and Abu Dhabi.[35]

No. Test Circuit Date Report
Pre-Season Tests
1 Spain 2022 Barcelona Test Spain Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya 23-25 February 2022 Report
2 Bahrain 2022 Bahrain Test Bahrain Bahrain International Circuit 10-12 March 2022 Report
Post-Season Test
3 United Arab Emirates 2022 Abu Dhabi Test United Arab Emirates Yas Marina Circuit November 22 2022 Report

Car Launch Schedule[]

Team Car Date Location
Haas VF-22 February 4 Internet
Red Bull RB18 February 9 Internet
Aston Martin AMR22 February 10 Gaydon, Warwickshire, England
McLaren MCL36 February 11 McLaren HQ, Woking, Surrey, England
AlphaTauri AT03 February 14 Internet
Williams FW44 February 15 Internet
Ferrari F1-75[36] February 17 TBD
Mercedes W13 February 18 Silverstone[37]
Alpine A522 February 21 TBA
Alfa Romeo C42 February 27 Internet

World Championship Schedule[]

The provisional schedule for the 2022 Formula One Season was announced on October 16, 2021.[38] During an F1 Commission meeting on February 14, 2022, it was decided that due to cost-cutting measures, three venues, Imola, Austria and Interlagos have been chosen as locations for sprint weekends.

Rounds marked with a superscript S denote rounds where the sprint format, introduced in the previous season would be held.[39][40]

Round Grand Prix Date
1 Bahrain Bahrain Grand Prix 20 March
Sakhir1
Official Title Formula 1 Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix 2022
Circuit Bahrain International Circuit
Location Bahrain Sakhir, Bahrain
Lap distance 5.412 km (3.363 mi)
Race distance 308.484 km (191.683 mi)
Date 20 March Laps 57
Local time 18:00 AST UTC 15:00
2 Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabian Grand Prix 27 March
Jeddah Street Circuit 2021
Official Title Formula 1 stc Saudi Arabian Grand Prix 2022
Circuit Jeddah Corniche Circuit
Location Saudi Arabia Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Lap distance 6.174 km (3.836 mi)
Race distance 308.7 km (191.817 mi)
Date 27 March Laps 50
Local time 19:00 AST UTC 16:00
3 Australia Australian Grand Prix 10 April
Albert Park Circuit 2021
Official Title Formula 1 Heineken Australian Grand Prix 2022
Circuit Albert Park Circuit
Location Australia Melbourne, Australia
Lap distance 5.278 km (3.280 mi)
Race distance 306.124 km (190.217 mi)
Date 10 April Laps 58
Local time 14:00 AEDT UTC 3:00
4S[39] Italy Emilia Romagna Grand Prix 24 April
Imola2010
Official Title Formula 1 Rolex Gran Premio del Made in Italy e dell'Emilia-Romagna 2022
Circuit Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari
Location Italy Imola, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Lap distance 4.909 km (3.050 mi)
Race distance 309.267 km (192.170 mi)
Date 24 April Laps 63
Local time 15:00 CEST UTC 13:00
5 United States Miami Grand Prix 8 May
Hard Rock Stadium Circuit 2022
Official Title Formula 1 Crypto.com Miami Grand Prix 2022
Circuit Miami International Autodrome
Location United States Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida, USA
Lap distance 5.412 km (3.363 mi)
Race distance 308.484 km (191.683 mi)
Date 8 May Laps 57
Local time 15:30 EST UTC
6 Spain Spanish Grand Prix 22 May
Formula1 Circuit Catalunya 2021
Official Title Formula 1 Pirelli Gran Premio De España 2022
Circuit Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
Location Spain Barcelona, Spain
Lap distance 4.675 km (2.905 mi)
Race distance 308.55 km (191.724 mi)
Date 22 May Laps 66
Local time 15:00 CEST UTC 13:00
7 Monaco Monaco Grand Prix 29 May
Monte Carlo Formula 1 track map
Official Title Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco 2022
Circuit Circuit de Monaco
Location Monaco Monte Carlo, Monaco
Lap distance 3.337 km (2.074 mi)
Race distance 260.286 km (161.734 mi)
Date 29 May Laps 78
Local time 15:00 CEST UTC 13:00
8 Azerbaijan Azerbaijan Grand Prix 12 June
Baku City Circuit
Official Title Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix 2022
Circuit Baku City Circuit
Location Azerbaijan Baku, Azerbaijan
Lap distance 6.003 km (3.730 mi)
Race distance 306.153 km (190.235 mi)
Date 12 June Laps 51
Local time 16:00 AZT UTC 12:00
9 Canada Canadian Grand Prix 19 June
CircuitGillesVilleneuve
Official Title Formula 1 AWS Grand Prix du Canada 2022
Circuit Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
Location Canada Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Lap distance 4.361 km (2.710 mi)
Race distance 305.27 km (189.686 mi)
Date 19 June Laps 70
Local time 14:00 EDT UTC 18:00
10 United Kingdom British Grand Prix 3 July
SilverstoneArena2010
Official Title Formula 1 Lenovo British Grand Prix 2022
Circuit Silverstone
Location United Kingdom Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
Lap distance 5.891 km (3.660 mi)
Race distance 306.332 km (190.346 mi)
Date 3 July Laps 52
Local time 15:00 BST UTC 14:00
11S[39] Austria Austrian Grand Prix 10 July
Circuit Red Bull Ring
Official Title Formula 1 Rolex Großer Preis von Österreich 2022
Circuit Red Bull Ring
Location Austria Spielburg, Styria, Austria
Lap distance 4.318 km (2.683 mi)
Race distance 306.578 km (190.499 mi)
Date 10 July Laps 71
Local time 15:00 CEST UTC 13:00
12 France French Grand Prix 24 July
Circut Paul Ricard 2018 layout map
Official Title Formula 1 Lenovo Grand Prix de France 2022
Circuit Le Castellet
Location France Var, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France
Lap distance 5.842 km (3.630 mi)
Race distance 309.626 km (192.393 mi)
Date 24 July Laps 53
Local time 15:00 CEST UTC 13:00
13 Hungary Hungarian Grand Prix 31 July
Hungaroring
Official Title Formula 1 Aramco Magyar Nagydíj 2022
Circuit Hungaroring
Location Hungary Mogyoród, Hungary
Lap distance 4.381 km (2.722 mi)
Race distance 306.67 km (190.556 mi)
Date 31 July Laps 70
Local time 15:00 CEST UTC 13:00
14 Belgium Belgian Grand Prix 28 August
Track map of Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium
Official Title Formula 1 Rolex Belgian Grand Prix 2022
Circuit Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
Location Belgium Spa, Belgium
Lap distance 7.004 km (4.352 mi)
Race distance 308.176 km (191.492 mi)
Date 28 August Laps 44
Local time 15:00 CEST UTC 13:00
15 Netherlands Dutch Grand Prix 4 September
Zandvoort Circuit vector map
Official Title Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix 2022
Circuit Circuit Zandvoort
Location Netherlands Zandvoort, Netherlands
Lap distance 4.259 km (2.646 mi)
Race distance 306.648 km (190.542 mi)
Date 4 September Laps 72
Local time 15:00 CEST UTC 13:00
16 Italy Italian Grand Prix 11 September
Monza2000
Official Title Formula 1 Pirelli Gran Premio d'Italia 2022
Circuit Autodromo Nazionale Monza
Location Italy Monza, Lombardy, Italy
Lap distance 5.793 km (3.600 mi)
Race distance 307.029 km (190.779 mi)
Date 11 September Laps 53
Local time 15:00 CEST UTC 13:00
17 Singapore Singapore Grand Prix 2 October
Singapore Street Circuit 2015
Official Title Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2022
Circuit Marina Bay Street Circuit
Location Singapore Marina Bay, Singapore
Lap distance 5.063 km (3.146 mi)
Race distance 308.843 km (191.906 mi)
Date 2 October Laps 61
Local time 20:00 SGT UTC 12:00
18 Japan Japanese Grand Prix 9 October
SuzukaCircuit2005
Official Title Formula 1 Honda Japanese Grand Prix 2022
Circuit Suzuka Circuit
Location Japan Suzuka, Mie Prefecture, Japan
Lap distance 5.807 km (3.608 mi)
Race distance 307.771 km (191.240 mi)
Date 9 October Laps 53
Local time 14:00 JST UTC 05:00
19 United States United States Grand Prix 23 October
CircuitoftheAmericas2012
Official Title Formula 1 Aramco United States Grand Prix 2022
Circuit Circuit of the Americas
Location United States Austin, Texas, USA
Lap distance 5.513 km (3.426 mi)
Race distance 308.728 km (191.835 mi)
Date 23 October Laps 56
Local time 14:00 CST UTC 19:00
20 Mexico Mexico City Grand Prix 30 October
Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez 2015 Official Title Formula 1 Gran Premio de la Ciudad de México 2022
Circuit Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez
Location Mexico Mexico City, Federal District, Mexico
Lap distance 4.304 km (2.674 mi)
Race distance 305.584 km (189.881 mi)
Date 30 October Laps 71
Local time 13:00 ZCT UTC 19:00
21S[39] Brazil São Paulo Grand Prix 13 November
Interlagos1990
Official Title Formula 1 Heineken Grande Prêmio de São Paulo 2022
Circuit Autódromo José Carlos Pace
Location Brazil São Paulo, Brazil
Lap distance 4.309 km (2.677 mi)
Race distance 305.939 km (190.102 mi)
Date 13 November Laps 71
Local time 14:00 BRT UTC 17:00
22 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 20 November
Yas Marina Circuit
Official Title Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix 2022
Circuit Yas Marina Circuit
Location United Arab Emirates Yas Island, Abu Dhabi
Lap distance 5.554 km (3.451 mi)
Race distance 305.47 km (189.810 mi)
Date 20 November Laps 55
Local time 17:00 GST UTC 13:00


Schedule Changes[]

New Races[]

The Miami Grand Prix, held on the Miami International Autodrome, joined the calendar, becoming the second American race after the United States Grand Prix.

Non-Returning Races[]

The Qatar Grand Prix will skip 2022 to focus on hosting the FIFA World Cup. It is expected to return in the 2023 calendar, along with a new purpose-built track, since the contract to host Formula One in Qatar lasts for 10 years through the 2032 season. The Turkish Grand Prix from 2021 did not make it on the schedule, as the organizers at Istanbul Park experienced monetary issues and could not afford to host Formula One.

Cancelled Races[]

The Russian Grand Prix was cancelled due to instability in the region relating to conflict arising between Russian and Ukraine. According to an article by Sky Sports, the Russian GP will not be replaced. [41]

Regulations[]

The 2022 season would see a major overhaul of the technical regulations, following two years of consultations between the FIA, Liberty Media, constructors and drivers following the creation of the FIA Working Group.[42] The main focus of the project was to improve and increase the amount of overtaking in F1, as years of aerodynamic development had made turbulence produced by other cars a major issue.[42] There were also plans to implement a budget cap to control spending, change the rim size of tyres to 18" and increased part standardisation.[43]

These changes were originally set to be implemented in 2021, although were delayed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.[1]

Technical[]

The major results of the Working Group's investigations would result in the legalisation of "ground effect", which had been banned in F1's rulebook since 1983.[44] Pirelli, meanwhile, were to implement a new 18" tyre to replace the old 13" that had been F1's standardised tyre size since the 1970s, while teams also agreed to use standardised tyre warmers.[45] The former change was implemented to make F1 more road relevant, increase aerodynamic stability, and for aesthetic considerations, with trials being conducted throughout 2020.[43]

Aerodynamics[]

For 2022 constructors will be allowed to develop the underside of their cars (i.e. the floor) to make it the main generator of aerodynamic grip via the use of ground effect.[43] This was combined with heavy restrictions on development of aerodynamic devices on the top side of the car, with simplified front and rear wings as well as restrictions on the development of bargeboards.[43] The study by the FIA Working Group suggested that these changes would reduce the downforce loss from following another car from 45% in 2019 to 14% in 2022.[46]

Bodywork[]

For 2022 all external components of an F1 car must be coated in rubber to help insulate marshals and team engineers from the electrical systems on board each car.[43] Elsewhere, front wings were to be mounted directly to the nosecone, resulting in a lower nose overall, while rear wings were to be mounted higher and with a larger surface area.[43] This was intended to not only make a bigger hole in the air, but also throw the wake from the back of an F1 car higher into the air, creating a larger slipstream effect.[43]

Standardised Components[]

From 2022, a number of standardised parts will have to be used by F1 teams, designed to reduce budgets, reduce the competitive gap between teams, and tempt more customer-style teams to the series.[43] The main systems to be made universal were the gearbox and fuel system, while the front tray on the floor would also be standardised to restrict development.[43][47] Otherwise, each individual part would fall under one of the following categories:

2022 Part Categories
Category Description Parts
Listed Listed Team Components (LTCs) are “components whose design, manufacture and intellectual property is owned and/or controlled by a single competitor or its agents on an exclusive basis” Chassis; Monocoque
Standard Standard Supply Components (SSCs) are parts designed and manufactured by a supplier designated by the FIA for the entire championship. Halo; Tyre (warmer) blankets; Pit stop equipment
Transferable Transferable Components (TRCs) are parts and systems that constructors may develop themselves and then sell to their competitors. Engine; Clutch; Gearbox; Suspension
Open Source Open Source Components (OSCs) are an all-new parts designation where constructors and entrants may freely collaborate to develop these parts and they may be sold to other entrants. DRS; Fuel system; Brakes; Steering wheels
Source:[48]

This classification system was not only intended to outline where and how much a car could be developed, but also ensure that there was some form of base playing field for the 2022 season.[43]

Engines[]

There were plans to change the engine formula in 2022, although this was dropped by the FIA as a result of maintaining costs and a lack of external interest from other major manufacturers.[43] Furthermore, a general engine freeze was put in place until 2025 after Honda announced they would withdraw from the series at the end of 2021.[2][4] This freeze was also done at the behest of Red Bull, who would take over the maintenance and development of the Honda engines in-house, after they revealed that they would have left F1 had the freeze not been put in place..[4][5][3]

Tyres[]

The new technical regulations call for an increase in wheel diameter; it will go from 13 inches to 18 inches. 18" tyres have been used in Formula Two for a few seasons. This change will effectively reduce the tyre sidewalls and change the way the driver needs to work the tyres into optimal operating temperatures.[49]

Additionally, the regulation also calls for a reduction in tyre blanket temperatures; it will be limited to 70 degrees Celsius. The previous limit was 100 °C for the front tyres and 80 °C for the rear tyres. This change will affect drivers' outlaps during practice and qualifying, and it will require drivers to modify their strategies during the formation lap so they can compensate for the reduced assistance from the tyre blankets.[49]

Sporting[]

The main change for the 2022 season to the sporting rules would be the implementation of a budget cap, albeit one that only applied to the development and performance of the car.[43] There were also to be changes to the race weekend format, designed to make a Grand Prix weekend fit into three days rather than four, as well as extensions to the Parc Ferme rules.[43]

Finances[]

For 2022, a budget cap of $140 million (down from $145 million in 2021) has been implemented, with teams legally required to submit financial material to the FIA to ensure that they do not exceed the limit.[50] Furthermore, this budget cap would be somewhat fluid, with an increase of $1 million planned for each race if the calendar exceeded 21 races, while it would decrease by $1 million should the calendar feature fewer than 21 races.[51] This budget cap, which will be regulated by the new Cost Cap Administration, would be active until 2026, with a variety of penalties able to be enforced should a team break them:

2022 Financial Penalties
Breach Description Potential Penalty
Procedural Late submission or inaccuracy of accounts. Fine (variable)
Minor Overspend Overspend on the cost cap by 5% or less. ibid; Reprimand; Point deduction; Race ban; Testing Limits
Material Overspend Overspend by more than 5% of the cost cap. ibid; Exclusion from the World Championship
Source[51]

The Cost Cap will not, however, apply to an entire constructor/entrant's budget, and is instead focused on restricting development.[51] Elements excluded include marketing budgets, driver and senior staff wages and other non-F1 programmes such as factory supported Heritage teams.[51] Furthermore, there would be a separate cost cap of $15 million for teams selling customer engines, while logistic costs will be monitored separately.[51]

Points[]

Grand Prix[]

The point scoring system would remain unchanged for 2022, and would continue to follow the FIA's standardized system:

2022 FIA Formula One World Championship Points Table
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th FL
25 18 15 12 10 8 6 4 2 1 1
Sprint[]

During an F1 Commission meeting on February 14, it was announced that the points-scoring system for Sprint races will be extended from the Top 3 to the Top 8.

2022 FIA Formula One World Championship Sprint Race Points Table
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th
8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Interrupted Race[]

Following controversy at the 2021 Belgian Grand Prix, in which the race was unable to proceed due to heavy rain with two laps being completed for half-points to be scored, the scoring system for shortened races have been changed as follows:

  • No points will be awarded unless a minimum of two laps have been completed by the leader without a Safety Car and/or Virtual Safety Car intervention.
  • If the leader has completed more than two laps but less than 25% of the scheduled race distance, the top five finishers will be awarded points as follows:
Points for completion of less than 25% race distance
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
6 4 3 2 1
  • If the leader has completed 25% but less than 50% of the scheduled race distance, points will be awarded as follows:
Points for completion of between 25% to 50% race distance
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th
13 10 8 6 5 4 3 2 1
  • If the leader has completed 50% but less than 75% of the scheduled race distance, points will be awarded as follows:
Points for completion of between 50% to 75% race distance
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
19 14 12 9 8 6 5 3 2 1

Race Weekend[]

For 2022, the FIA and F1 would eliminate Thursday's schedule of media commitments, which would instead be held on Friday morning.[43] This would result in a more condensed race weekend, while all teams would be required to run a young driver in at least two FP1 sessions across the season.[52] Furthermore, Parc Ferme rules would be implemented from the end of FP3 rather than the end of Q1 in qualifying, in order to reduce the amount of setup work teams could do.[43]

FP1 and FP2 will see the return of 90-minute practice sessions.[53] For Sprint weekends, the driver who sets the fastest time on Friday qualifying will be officially credited as taken pole position.

FIA Super Licence[]

The FIA Super Licence would be slightly tweaked for 2022, with a relaxation on restrictions for young drivers running in free practice.[52] Any driver wishing to run in FP1 or 2 would only require an FIA International A Licence in 2022, although it would also be open to any driver who had competed in two or fewer Grand Prix.[52] Each FP1/2 appearance would also grant a driver one SL point if they completed over 100 km.[52]

Moreover, teams are required to put a young driver (rookie) in their car on at least two occasions. The teams are given the freedom to choose which Grand Prix to send a rookie out on a practice session, but the driver they choose must not have competed in two or more races.[49][54]

Sprint Races[]

Sprint Qualifying was deemed a success in 2021, hence they will continue this year. As of writing this, there are three confirmed Sprint races to be held at Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, Austrian Grand Prix, and São Paulo Grand Prix.[39]

Sprint Format[]

The weekend format remains the same as last year, as follows:[55]

  • Friday
    • A one-hour free practice session with two sets of tires for teams to choose freely, and the Qualifying session with five soft tire sets available only.
  • Saturday
    • A one-hour practice session with one set of tires for teams to choose freely, and a 100 km (60 mi) sprint race (one-third of Grand Prix distance) with two sets of tires to choose freely, with pit stops not compulsory (see table above for new points scoring rules).
  • Sunday
    • Full-distance race with two remaining sets of tires.
Sprint Changes[]

At a F1 Commision in mid-February, the teams and FIA together decided to introduce some changes to the Sprint Qualifying from last year.[39] The changes are as follows:

  1. Pole position title
    • Will be decided with the usual 3-round elimination Qualifying session on Friday before the Sprint. However, the grid for the main Grand Prix on Sunday will still be set by the results of the Sprint.
  2. Name
    • Sprint Qualifying from 2021 was renamed to Sprint.
  3. Points


Season summary[]

Pre-season[]

Due to the change in technical regulations, Formula One decided to hold two winter tests at two different tracks to help teams gather more data on their new cars, with Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in Montmeló hosting the first on 23–25 February and Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir hosting the second on 10–12 March.[56]

Opening rounds[]

Charles Leclerc took pole position for the Bahrain Grand Prix. For the first time since the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix, both Haasdrivers got through into Q2, with Kevin Magnussen qualifying 7th and Mick Schumacher 12th.[57] In the opening lap at turn 6, Alpine's Esteban Ocon touched the rear of Schumacher's car, spinning him round, and was penalised five seconds for the accident. AlphaTauri's Pierre Gasly caught fire and retired on lap 46. Leclerc won the Grand Prix ahead of teammate Carlos Sainz Jr., making it a 1–2 finish for Ferrari. Magnussen finished 5th, while the Red Bull cars of Max Verstappen and Sergio Pérez retired late in the race due to fuel issues.[58]

Pérez took pole position for the first time at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, while Mercedes's Lewis Hamilton claimed 16th place after being knocked out in Q1 for the first time since the 2017 Brazilian Grand Prix.[59] Only 18 drivers started the race, as Yuki Tsunoda's AlphaTauri broke down on the way to the grid after a suspected drivetrain issue,[60] and Schumacher was withdrawn from the event after a crash in qualifying;[61] he would return to racing in the next round.[62] Williams's Nicholas Latifi hit the wall at the final corner on lap 16, while Alpine's Fernando Alonso, McLaren's Daniel Ricciardo, and Alfa Romeo's Valtteri Bottas retired after 38 laps due to technical problems.[63] Verstappen won the race after a late overtake on Leclerc.[64] Williams's Alexander Albon got a three-place grid penalty after the race for a collision with Aston Martin's Lance Stroll.[65]

Leclerc won the Australian Grand Prix from pole position, set the fastest lap, and led every lap, getting the first grand slam for Ferrari since Alonso at the 2010 Singapore Grand Prix.[66] Pérez and Mercedes's George Russell took second and third, respectively. Pérez's teammate Verstappen was running second before he retired on lap 38 due to fuel leaks causing a fire.[67] Sainz spun out on the opening lap at turn 10 and Aston Martin's Sebastian Vettel, who made his season debut after missing the first two races as he tested positive for coronavirus with Nico Hülkenberg taking his place,[62] crashed out in the opening stages at turn 4.[66] Albon, who started last after he was disqualified from qualifying for failing to provide a one-litre fuel sample,[68] finished 10th for Williams, pitting on the last lap after running 57 laps on hard tyres.[69]

Verstappen took pole position for the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix sprint. Despite Leclerc overtaking him at the start, Verstappen recovered, using DRS to overtake him and win the sprint, ahead of Leclerc and teammate Pérez. Verstappen won Sunday's Grand Prix from pole position to achieve the second grand slam of his career, while Pérez finished in second to give Red Bull their first 1–2 finish since the 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix.[70] Leclerc ran in third for the most of the race but spun on lap 53, falling to ninth and promoting McLaren's Lando Norris to the final podium place. Leclerc would recover to eventually finish in sixth position. The result promoted Red Bull to second in the Constructors' Championship, and Verstappen to second in the Drivers' Championship,[71] with Leclerc's teammate Sainz suffering a second DNF in a row following a lap 1 collision with Daniel Ricciardo.[72]

Leclerc led Sainz for a Ferrari front-row lock-out for the first edition of the Miami Grand Prix.[73] Behind them were the Red Bull drivers, Verstappen and Pérez, and Alfa Romeo's Bottas.[74] Stroll and Vettel, who respectively qualified 10th and 13th, started the race from the pit lane after a fuel temperature issue.[75] At the first corner on the opening lap, Verstappen overtook Sainz for second place and closed in on Leclerc, whom he passed for the lead on lap 9, as Leclerc struggled with the medium compound tyres. The race was neutralised on lap 41, as Norris's rear right tyre made contact with Gasly's front left, triggering a virtual safety car and then a safety car for five laps. Verstappen was pressured by Leclerc at the restart and defended his position to take the win. On lap 52, his teammate Pérez attempted to overtake Sainz into turn 1 but made a mistake and locked up. Vettel and Schumacher collided at lap 53, but no action was taken.[76][77] Leclerc and Sainz finished second and third, respectively, while Pérez, who had temporarily suffered engine issues that cost him about 30 horsepower (30 PS), and Russell made up the top five.[78] After the race, Alonso was given two separate five-second penalties and finished outside of points.[77] Magnussen had two separate incidents following the restart with Stroll, retiring on the last lap.[79]

Leclerc took pole position for the Spanish Grand Prix,[80][81] which he led until being forced on lap 27 to retire due to a turbo and MGU-H failure.[82] Despite DRS issues,[83][84] Verstappen won the race, with Pérez letting him by on lap 49,[83] as they were on different strategies;[85] Russell completed the podium.[86] Sainz had a bad start that dropped him from third to fifth, and also spun at turn 4 on lap 7 due to wind gust, followed by Verstappen due to similar issues at the same tun on lap 9,[83] but Sainz recovered from 11th to finish fourth,[87][88][89] ahead of Hamilton, who also made a come back from 19th,[90] after suffering a puncture in a racing incident with Magnussen at turn 4 after the start.[91] For the first time in the season, Red Bull led Ferrari in the Constructors' Championship, while the Drivers' Championship standings switched from a 19-point Leclerc lead to a 6-point advantage for Verstappen.[92]

Leclerc claimed pole position for the Monaco Grand Prix, in front of Sainz and Pérez.[93] Two formation laps were run, 16 minutes after the scheduled start time. The start was aborted and started 50 minutes later. Due to a strategy error, Leclerc fell to fourth place behind Verstappen and Sainz, with Pérez leading the race. Ocon and Hamilton made contact on lap 18, the former getting a five-second time penalty.[94] Five laps after Magnussen retired due to water pressure loss,[95] Schumacher spun near the swimming pool section, splitting his car in two and causing the race to be stopped.[96][97] The race was won by Pérez, followed by Sainz, Verstappen, Leclerc, and Russell.[98][99]

Mid-season rounds[]

Leclerc once again claimed pole position for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, in front of Pérez and Verstappen.[100] Pérez immediately overtook Leclerc in turn 1 and held the lead until lap 15, where Verstappen overtook him.[101] On lap 9, the virtual safety car was deployed after Sainz stopped at turn 4, due to a hydraulic issue. Then, on lap 20, after briefly taking the lead of the race, Leclerc suffered a power unit issue and pulled into the pits.[102] Magnussen and Zhou also retired from the race. Tsunoda was shown the black-and-orange flag for a DRS failure, which was fixed with speed tape, and he dropped to 13th.[103] Williams's Latifi received a ten-second stop and go penalty after for a grid infringement and was later given a five-second time penalty for ignoring blue flags.[104]

Verstappen took pole position for the Canadian Grand Prix, which returned to the calendar after a two-year absence, after a wet qualifying session. Alpine's Alonso started second, ahead of Sainz, while Leclerc started from the back of the grid after exceeding his quota of power unit components. Pérez started 13th following a crash in qualifying.[105] Pérez retired on lap 8 with gearbox issues, while technical problems for Schumacher forced him to retire on lap 20. Tsunoda crashed on lap 49, bringing out the safety car and allowing Sainz to close in on Verstappen and chase down the Red Bull driver in the closing stages. Despite this, Verstappen won the race from Sainz and Hamilton, while Leclerc climbed up to 5th.[106] Alonso was given a five-second post-race penalty for making more than one change of direction to defend a position, dropping him down from 7th to 9th.[107]

Sainz claimed his first pole position at the British Grand Prix.[108] Verstappen overtook him at turn one, before the race was red flagged and was restarted with original positions,[109] meaning Sainz started first again. He kept first position off the second start, before being overtaken by Verstappen several laps in. Verstappen picked up damage to his floor and dropped down to seventh.[110] Sainz was then overtaken by Leclerc. Sainz, Pérez and Hamilton all pitted for new tyres under the safety car. With newer tyres, Leclerc was then overtaken by all three, dropping him down to fourth. Sainz won his first-ever Formula One race.[108]

Verstappen qualified on pole and won the second sprint of the championship at the Austrian Grand Prix. He was overtaken three times at various points by Leclerc, who eventually won the race.[111] Sainz was quicker than Verstappen and was on for an "easy one-two,"[112] before a power unit issue saw him retire,[113] leaving Verstappen second and promoting Hamilton to third.[114]

Russell took his maiden pole position at the Hungarian Grand Prix while Red Bull Racing struggled in qualifying, with Verstappen suffering MGU-K problems and Pérez unable to get a clean lap in Q2 leaving them tenth and eleventh on the grid.[115] Verstappen made a strong recovery drive, working his way up the order with better strategy and pace. Verstappen won from Hamilton, who recovered from seventh, following a DRS failure in qualifying. Russell came third after being passed by Hamilton with five laps to go.[116] Sainz and Leclerc finished fourth and sixth respectively after questionable strategy calls from the Ferrari pit wall.[117]

The Belgian Grand Prix was the first race held after the August break, with several drivers taking on additional components and incurring grid penalties for doing so.[118] Sainz started the race from pole; Alonso and Hamilton made contact after a scrap at Les Combes.[119] Hamilton was forced to retire his car shortly afterwards, and an incursion between Latifi and Bottas on the second lap drew out the safety car. Verstappen made quick work of the cars ahead at the restart, with Pérez following to secure a one-two finish for Red Bull Racing. Sainz rounded out the podium. Leclerc pitted for new soft tyres on the penultimate lap to attempt the fastest lap and incurred a time penalty for speeding in the pit lane, demoting him to sixth after the race.[120]

At the Dutch Grand Prix, Verstappen was able to beat Leclerc to pole at his home race. On lap 45, Tsunoda pulled over with an issue on the front-left tyre. Tsunoda was told to continue and came in a lap later, for a change of tyres and to tighten his seatbelt, which he had loosened as he prepared to abandon his car. On lap 47, Tsunoda retired with a differential issue. This brought out a virtual safety car, allowing Verstappen to make a pit stop to keep the lead ahead of the two Mercedes. On lap 55, Bottas retired with an engine issue, bringing out a full safety car. Verstappen overtook Hamilton at the restart almost immediately, while Sainz received a five-second penalty for an unsafe release during his pit stop. After Russell made a split-second decision to pit again for faster softs, he overtook Hamilton, who fell to fourth after being overtaken by Leclerc as well. Following the race, a conspiracy theory emerged accusing Red Bull Racing strategist Hannah Schmitz of conspiring with sister team AlphaTauri to ensure a favourable result for Verstappen, after questioning the nature of Tsunoda's retirement. The incident was looked into by race stewards, whose only action was to reprimand Tsunoda for having his belts undone.[121][122]

Leclerc took pole at the Italian Grand Prix with Verstappen taking second. He, alongside Sainz and Hamilton, took penalties for replacing components.[123] Verstappen started from seventh, but reached second by lap 5, behind Leclerc who had held successfully defended first position. After Vettel experienced an engine failure on lap 10,[124] Leclerc pitted under the virtual safety car.[125] Verstappen would then lead the race until he pitted on lap 26.[126] Alonso's Alpine would then be retired because of a water pressure issue on lap 31, but was returned to the pit lane to avoid any disruptions to the race.[127] Leclerc made a second pit stop on lap 34, again giving Verstappen the lead. Stroll retired on lap 39 and on lap 47, Ricciardo stopped his car on the side of the track and a safety car was deployed.[124][125] Verstappen held the position and won under the safety car.[125]

Closing rounds[]

Sebastian Vettel, F1 British Grand Prix 2021

Sebastian Vettel, driving for Aston Martin, retired after the season.

The Singapore Grand Prix was the first race wherein Verstappen could mathematically win the championship. He had to outscore Leclerc by 22 points, Pérez by 13 and George Russell by six. If Verstappen came first with the fastest lap while Leclerc came eighth or lower and Pérez came fourth or lower, or if Verstappen came first without the fastest lap while Leclerc came ninth or lower and Pérez came either fourth without the fastest lap or fifth with, Verstappen would be the champion.[128] Leclerc was on pole after Verstappen abandoned two qualifying laps, the first due to traffic, and the second to ensure there would be enough fuel for the governing body to take a sample at the end of the session, thus avoiding a disqualification from the qualifying session. Verstappen started in eighth.[129] The race was delayed by over an hour due to thunderstorms.[130] Pérez won the race, followed by Leclerc and Sainz. Verstappen came seventh.[131]

Following Verstappen's failure to secure the championship at the Singapore Grand Prix, several permutations could net him the championship at the following Japanese Grand Prix. He needed to outscore Leclerc by eight points and Pérez by six.[132] Verstappen would secure pole, in front of Leclerc, Sainz, and Pérez. The race began on time despite poor weather and was red-flagged after two laps following an accident involving Sainz. The deployment of the recovery vehicle during the red flag was criticised; Gasly narrowly missed it in poor weather conditions. Gasly angrily remonstrated that "[he] could have killed [himself]" if he had lost control and hit the vehicle, even at reduced speed.[133] The race resumed at 16:15 local time behind the safety car. Only twenty-eight laps were completed before the race was curtailed due to it passing the three-hour time limit. Verstappen won by just under 27 seconds, with Leclerc coming second and Pérez coming third. After an investigation involving the latter two in the final lap, Leclerc was handed a five-second penalty, meaning he came third behind Pérez.[134] As the race was completed, full points were awarded despite the confusion that only partial points were on offer due to the reduced total length of the race. Verstappen was crowned World Champion, having an insurmountable lead of 113 points, with only 112 still available.[135]

With the Drivers Championship secured, Red Bull Racing set about securing their first Constructors Championship since 2013, which they did by outscoring Ferrari by twenty-two points at the United States Grand Prix. Sainz took his third pole position of the season, and was spun by George Russell into turn one and forced to retire due to the resulting damage. Mercedes had a chance at winning after Lewis Hamilton took the lead through a very slow pit stop for Verstappen. Verstappen overturned a four-second gap to retake the lead on lap 50. This race was notable for a collision between Fernando Alonso and Lance Stroll, which sent Alonso airborne. Alonso continued and finished the race in seventh, only to receive a thirty-second penalty post-race after Haas protested the decision not to show Alonso a black and orange flag due to his right wing mirror dislodging during the race. This penalty was overturned four days later, as the FIA determined that Haas did not submit their protest within thirty minutes of the race finishing and therefore was not admissible.

Verstappen took his sixth pole position and his fourteenth race win of the season at the Mexico City Grand Prix, breaking the record for most wins in a Formula One season, previously held jointly by Michael Schumacher (2004) and Sebastian Vettel (2013). Daniel Ricciardo made his way from thirteenth to seventh in sixteen laps while also dealing with a ten-second time penalty due to a collision with Yuki Tsunoda.

The São Paulo Grand Prix was the third and final sprint weekend of the season, meaning qualifying was on Friday, in wet conditions. Kevin Magnussen took the first pole position of his Formula One career, as well as Haas' first. Magnussen was unable to keep the faster cars at bay during the sprint, and Mercedes were able to lock out the front row for the Grand Prix on Sunday, which they converted into their first one-two finish since the 2020 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, with Russell taking his first win in Formula One. The race involved collisions between Magnussen and Ricciardo, Verstappen and Hamilton and, Norris and Leclerc. At the conclusion of the race, Verstappen rejected a team order to let teammate Pérez pass him for sixth place, stating that he told the team in the summer to not give Pérez any preferential team orders.

Verstappen took a seventh pole position at the season ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and a fifteenth win on the season, extending the record he set in Mexico City. Charles Leclerc held off a faster Sergio Pérez to claim second place, which also got him second in the Drivers Championship. Two Constructors Championship places came down to the final race of the season; Mercedes was unable to pass Ferrari for second after Russell finished fifth and Hamilton retired with a gearbox failure, while Aston Martin and Alfa Romeo finished tied on points, with Alfa Romeo claiming sixth on countback. The race was the final one for Sebastian Vettel, who retired, and for Daniel Ricciardo, Nicholas Latifi, and Mick Schumacher, who were unable to secure a race seat for 2023.

Season Results[]

Drivers' World Championship[]

The full results of the 2022 FIA Formula One World Championship for Drivers are to be outlined below:

FIA Formula One World ChampionshipTM
Drivers' Championship
2022
Pos. Name Flag of Bahrain Flag of Saudi Arabia Flag of Australia Flag of Italy Flag of the United States Flag of Spain Flag of Monaco Flag of Azerbaijan Flag of Canada Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of Austria Flag of France Flag of Hungary Flag of Belgium Flag of the Netherlands Flag of Italy Flag of Singapore Flag of Japan Flag of the United States Flag of Mexico Flag of Brazil Flag of the United Arab Emirates Pts.
S R S R S R
1st Verstappen 19th 1st Ret 1stP 1stP 1st 1st 3rd 1st 1stP 7th 1stP 2ndP 1st 1st 1stP 1stP 1st 7th 1stP 1st 1stP 4th 6th 1stP 454
2nd Leclerc 1stP 2ndP 1stP 2nd 6th 2ndP RetP 4thP RetP 5th 4th 2nd 1st RetP 6th 6th 3rd 2ndP 2ndP 3rd 3rd 6th 6th 4th 2nd 308
3rd Pérez 18th 4th 2nd 3rd 2nd 4th 2nd 1st 2nd Ret 2nd 5th Ret 4th 5th 2nd 5th 6th 1st 2nd 4th 3rd 5th 7th 3rd 305
4th Russell 4th 5th 3rd 11th 4th 5th 3rd 5th 3rd 4th Ret 4th 4th 3rd 3rdP 4th 2nd 3rd 14th 8th 5th 4th 1st 1stP 5th 275
5th Sainz 2nd 3rd Ret 4th Ret 3rd 4th 2nd Ret 2nd 1stP 3rd Ret 5th 4th 3rd 8th 4th 3rd Ret RetP 5th 2nd 3rd 4th 246
6th Hamilton 3rd 10th 4th 14th 13th 6th 5th 8th 4th 3rd 3rd 8th 3rd 2nd 2nd Ret 4th 5th 9th 5th 2nd 2nd 3rd 2nd Ret 240
7th Norris 15th 7th 5th 5th 3rd Ret 8th 6th 9th 15th 6th 11th 7th 7th 7th 12th 7th 7th 4th 10th 6th 9th 7th Ret 6th 122
8th Ocon 7th 6th 7th 16th 14th 8th 7th 12th 10th 6th Ret 6th 5th 8th 9th 7th 9th 11th Ret 4th 11th 8th 18th 8th 7th 92
9th Alonso 9th Ret 17th 9th Ret 11th 9th 7th 7th 9th 5th DNS 10th 6th 8th 5th 6th Ret Ret 7th 7th 19th 15th 5th Ret 81
10th Bottas 6th Ret 8th 7th 5th 7th 6th 9th 11th 7th Ret 10th 11th 14th Ret Ret Ret 13th 11th 15th Ret 10th 14th 9th 15th 49
11th Ricciardo 14th Ret 6th 6th 18th 13th 12th 13th 8th 11th 13th 12th 9th 9th 15th 15th 17th Ret 5th 11th 16th 7th 11th Ret 9th 37
12th Vettel ILL ILL Ret 13th 8th 17th 11th 10th 6th 12th 9th 19th 17th 11th 10th 8th 14th Ret 8th 6th 8th 14th 9th 11th 10th 37
13th Magnussen 5th 9th 14th 8th 9th 16th 17th Ret Ret 17th 10th 7th 8th Ret 16th 16th 15th 16th 12th 14th 9th 17th 8thP Ret 17th 25
14th Gasly Ret 8th 9th 17th 12th Ret 13th 11th 5th 14th Ret 15th 15th 12th 12th 9th 11th 8th 10th 17th 14th 11th 10th 14th 14th 23
15th Stroll 12th 13th 12th 15th 10th 10th 15th 14th Ret 10th 11th 13th 13th 10th 11th 11th 10th Ret 6th 12th Ret 15th 17th 10th 8th 18
16th Schumacher 11th WD 13th 10th 17th 15th 14th Ret 14th Ret 8th 9th 6th 15th 14th 17th 13th 12th 13th 18th 15th 16th 12th 13th 16th 12
17th Tsunoda 8th DNS 15th 12th 7th 12th 10th 17th 13th Ret 14th 17th 16th Ret 19th 13th Ret 14th Ret 13th 10th Ret 16th 17th 11th 12
18th Zhou 10th 11th 11th Ret 15th Ret Ret 16th Ret 8th Ret 14th 14th 16th 13th 14th 16th 10th Ret 16th 13th 13th 13th 12th 12th 6
19th Albon 13th 14th 10th 18th 11th 9th 18th Ret 12th 13th Ret 16th 12th 13th 17th 10th 12th ILL Ret Ret 12th 12th Ret 15th 13th 4
20th Latifi 16th Ret 16th 19th 16th 14th 16th 15th 15th 16th 12th 18th Ret Ret 18th 18th 18th 15th Ret 9th 17th 18th 19th 16th Ret 2
21st de Vries TD TD 9th TD 2
22nd Hülkenberg 17th 12th 0
Key
Symbol Meaning Symbol Meaning
1st Winner Ret Retired
2nd Podium finish DSQ Disqualified
3rd DNQ Did not qualify
5th Points finish DNPQ Did not pre-qualify
14th Non-points finish TD Test driver
Italics Fastest Lap DNS Did not start
18th Classified finish (retired with >90% race distance) NC Non-classified finish (<90% race distance)
4thP Qualified for pole position [+] More Symbols
Visual representation of point totals
Driver Pts.
1st – Max Verstappen
454
2nd – Charles Leclerc
308
3rd – Sergio Pérez
305
4th – George Russell
275
5th – Carlos Sainz, Jr.
246
6th – Lewis Hamilton
240
7th – Lando Norris
122
8th – Esteban Ocon
92
9th – Fernando Alonso
81
10th – Valtteri Bottas
49
11th – Daniel Ricciardo
37
12th – Sebastian Vettel
37
13th – Kevin Magnussen
25
14th – Pierre Gasly
23
15th – Lance Stroll
18
16th – Mick Schumacher
12
17th – Yuki Tsunoda
12
18th – Guanyu Zhou
6
19th – Alexander Albon
4
20th – Nicholas Latifi
2
21st – Nyck de Vries
2
22nd – Nico Hülkenberg
0

Constructors' World Championship[]

The full results of the 2022 FIA Formula One World Championship for Teams are to be outlined below:

FIA Formula One World ChampionshipTM
Constructors' Championship
2022
Pos. Team Driver Flag of Bahrain Flag of Saudi Arabia Flag of Australia Flag of Italy Flag of the United States Flag of Spain Flag of Monaco Flag of Azerbaijan Flag of Canada Flag of the United Kingdom Flag of Austria Flag of France Flag of Hungary Flag of Belgium Flag of the Netherlands Flag of Italy Flag of Singapore Flag of Japan Flag of the United States Flag of Mexico Flag of Brazil Flag of the United Arab Emirates Pts.
S R S R S R
1st Red Bull Verstappen 19th 1st Ret 1stP 1stP 1st 1st 3rd 1st 1stP 7th 1stP 2ndP 1st 1st 1stP 1stP 1st 7th 1stP 1st 1stP 4th 6th 1stP 759
Pérez 18th 4th 2nd 3rd 2nd 4th 2nd 1st 2nd Ret 2nd 5th Ret 4th 5th 2nd 5th 6th 1st 2nd 4th 3rd 5th 7th 3rd
2nd Ferrari Leclerc 1stP 2ndP 1stP 2nd 6th 2ndP RetP 4thP RetP 5th 4th 2nd 1st RetP 6th 6th 3rd 2ndP 2ndP 3rd 3rd 6th 6th 4th 2nd 554
Sainz 2nd 3rd Ret 4th Ret 3rd 4th 2nd Ret 2nd 1stP 3rd Ret 5th 4th 3rd 8th 4th 3rd Ret RetP 5th 2nd 3rd 4th
3rd Mercedes Hamilton 3rd 10th 4th 14th 13th 6th 5th 8th 4th 3rd 3rd 8th 3rd 2nd 2nd Ret 4th 5th 9th 5th 2nd 2nd 3rd 2nd Ret 515
Russell 4th 5th 3rd 11th 4th 5th 3rd 5th 3rd 4th Ret 4th 4th 3rd 3rdP 4th 2nd 3rd 14th 8th 5th 4th 1st 1stP 5th
4th Alpine Alonso 9th Ret 17th 9th Ret 11th 9th 7th 7th 9th 5th DNS 10th 6th 8th 5th 6th Ret Ret 7th 7th 19th 15th 5th Ret 173
Ocon 7th 6th 7th 16th 14th 8th 7th 12th 10th 6th Ret 6th 5th 8th 9th 7th 9th 11th Ret 4th 11th 8th 18th 8th 7th
5th McLaren Ricciardo 14th Ret 6th 6th 18th 13th 12th 13th 8th 11th 13th 12th 9th 9th 15th 15th 17th Ret 5th 11th 16th 7th 11th Ret 9th 159
Norris 15th 7th 5th 5th 3rd Ret 8th 6th 9th 15th 6th 11th 7th 7th 7th 12th 7th 7th 4th 10th 6th 9th 7th Ret 6th
6th Alfa Romeo Bottas 6th Ret 8th 7th 5th 7th 6th 9th 11th 7th Ret 10th 11th 14th Ret Ret Ret 13th 11th 15th Ret 10th 14th 9th 15th 55
Zhou 10th 11th 11th Ret 15th Ret Ret 16th Ret 8th Ret 14th 14th 16th 13th 14th 16th 10th Ret 16th 13th 13th 13th 12th 12th
7th Aston Martin Stroll 12th 13th 12th 15th 10th 10th 15th 14th Ret 10th 11th 13th 13th 10th 11th 11th 10th Ret 6th 12th Ret 15th 17th 10th 8th 55
Vettel ILL ILL Ret 13th 8th 17th 11th 10th 6th 12th 9th 19th 17th 11th 10th 8th 14th Ret 8th 6th 8th 14th 9th 11th 10th
Hülkenberg 17th 12th
8th Haas Magnussen 5th 9th 14th 8th 9th 16th 17th Ret Ret 17th 10th 7th 8th Ret 16th 16th 15th 16th 12th 14th 9th 17th 8thP Ret 17th 37
Schumacher 11th WD 13th 10th 17th 15th 14th Ret 14th Ret 8th 9th 6th 15th 14th 17th 13th 12th 13th 18th 15th 16th 12th 13th 16th
9th AlphaTauri Tsunoda 8th DNS 15th 12th 7th 12th 10th 17th 13th Ret 14th 17th 16th Ret 19th 13th Ret 14th Ret 13th 10th Ret 16th 17th 11th 35
Gasly Ret 8th 9th 17th 12th Ret 13th 11th 5th 14th Ret 15th 15th 12th 12th 9th 11th 8th 10th 17th 14th 11th 10th 14th 14th
10th Williams Latifi 16th Ret 16th 19th 16th 14th 16th 15th 15th 16th 12th 18th Ret Ret 18th 18th 18th 15th Ret 9th 17th 18th 19th 16th Ret 8
Albon 13th 14th 10th 18th 11th 9th 18th Ret 12th 13th Ret 16th 12th 13th 17th 10th 12th ILL Ret Ret 12th 12th Ret 15th 13th
de Vries TD TD 9th TD
Key
Symbol Meaning Symbol Meaning
1st Winner Ret Retired
2nd Podium finish DSQ Disqualified
3rd DNQ Did not qualify
5th Points finish DNPQ Did not pre-qualify
14th Non-points finish TD Test driver
Italics Fastest Lap DNS Did not start
18th Classified finish (retired with >90% race distance) NC Non-classified finish (<90% race distance)
4thP Qualified for pole position [+] More Symbols


Visual representation of point totals
Constructor Pts.
1st – Red Bull
759
2nd – Ferrari
554
3rd – Mercedes
515
4th – Alpine
173
5th – McLaren
159
6th – Alfa Romeo
55
7th – Aston Martin
55
8th – Haas
37
9th – AlphaTauri
35
10th – Williams
8


Head-to-head: Team-mate Comparisons[]

Source of information: https://www.crash.net/f1/feature/1017933/1/f1-2022-headtoheads-who-dominated-their-teammate

Team mate comparisons
Red Bull Racing-RBPT
Max Verstappen 17 Out-raced 5 Sergio Pérez
Max Verstappen 18 Outqualified 4 Sergio Pérez
15 Wins 2
17 Podiums 11
Position: 1st 454 Points 305 Position: 3rd
Ferrari
Charles Leclerc 12 Out-raced 9 Carlos Sainz, Jr.
Charles Leclerc 10 Outqualified 8 Carlos Sainz, Jr.
3 Wins 1
11 Podiums 10
Position: 2nd 308 Points 246 Position: 5th
Mercedes
Lewis Hamilton 10 Out-raced 1 George Russell
Lewis Hamilton 13 Outqualified 9 George Russell
0 Wins 1
10 Podiums 9
Position: 6th 240 Points 275 Position: 4th
Alpine-Renault
Esteban Ocon 12 Out-raced 9 Fernando Alonso
Esteban Ocon 12 Outqualified 10 Fernando Alonso
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 8th 92 Points 81 Position: 9th
McLaren-Mercedes
Lando Norris 16 Out-raced 5 Daniel Ricciardo
Lando Norris 19 Outqualified 2 Daniel Ricciardo
0 Wins 0
1 Podiums 0
Position: 7th 122 Points 37 Position: 11th
Alfa Romeo-Ferrari
Valtteri Bottas 14 Out-raced 7 Guanyu Zhou
Valtteri Bottas 14 Outqualified 8 Guanyu Zhou
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 10th 49 Points 6 Position: 18th
Aston Martin Aramco-Mercedes (Round 1-2)
Nico Hülkenberg 1 Out-raced 1 Lance Stroll
Nico Hülkenberg 1 Outqualified 1 Lance Stroll
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 22th 0 Points 18 Position: 15th
Aston Martin Aramco-Mercedes (Round 3-22)
Sebastian Vettel 10 Out-raced 9 Lance Stroll
Sebastian Vettel 13 Outqualified 7 Lance Stroll
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 12th 37 Points 18 Position: 15th
Haas-Ferrari
Mick Schumacher 13 Out-raced 9 Kevin Magnussen
Mick Schumacher 6 Outqualified 16 Kevin Magnussen
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 16th 12 Points 25 Position: 13th
AlphaTauri-RBPT
Pierre Gasly 13 Out-raced 8 Yuki Tsunoda
Pierre Gasly 13 Outqualified 9 Yuki Tsunoda
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 14th 23 Points 12 Position: 17th
Williams-Mercedes (1-15, 17-22)
Alexander Albon 16 Out-raced 4 Nicholas Latifi
Alexander Albon 19 Outqualified 2 Nicholas Latifi
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 19th 4 Points 2 Position: 20th
Williams-Mercedes (Round 16)
Nyck de Vries 1 Out-raced 0 Nicholas Latifi
Nyck de Vries 1 Outqualified 0 Nicholas Latifi
0 Wins 0
0 Podiums 0
Position: 20th 2 Points 2 Position: 21st

Pole Position Trophy[]

The driver who scores the most pole positions over the course of the season will win the pole position trophy:

Rank No. Driver Constructor Poles Events
1 16 Monaco Charles Leclerc Italy Ferrari 9 BHR · AUS · MIA · ESP · MON · AZE · FRA · ITA · SIN
2 1 Netherlands Max Verstappen Austria Red Bull-Honda RBPT 8 EMI · CAN · AUT · BEL · NED · JPN · MEX · UAE
3 55 Spain Carlos Sainz, Jr. Italy Ferrari 2 GBR · USA
4 11 Mexico Sergio Pérez Austria Red Bull-Honda RBPT 1 KSA
63 United Kingdom George Russell Germany Mercedes 1 HUN
20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen United States Haas-Ferrari 1 BRA
Source:[136]

Penalty Points[]

To learn more, see penalty points.

The following table contains penalty points currently active on drivers' super licenses:

Show Table
Pos No. Driver Points Event Date Points Reason
1 33 Netherlands Max Verstappen 5 2021 Qatar GP 21 Nov 2021 2 Failure to respect double yellow flag (qualifying)
2021 Saudi Arabian GP 5 Dec 2021 1 Left the track and gained a lasting advantage[137]
2 Braked in a way causing a collision with Lewis Hamilton [138]
2 18 Canada Lance Stroll 3 2022 Australian GP 10 Apr 2022 2 Collision with Nicholas Latifi (qualifying)[139]
2022 Australian GP 10 Apr 2022 1 More than one change of direction to defend a position[140]
3 22 Japan Yuki Tsunoda 2 2021 Saudi Arabian GP 5 Dec 2021 2 Collision with Sebastian Vettel[141]
31 France Esteban Ocon 2 2022 Bahrain GP 20 Mar 2022 2 Causing a collision with Mick Schumacher[142]
23 Thailand Alexander Albon 2 2022 Saudi Arabian GP 27 Mar 2022 2 Collision with Lance Stroll[143]
6 77 Finland Valtteri Bottas 1 2021 Qatar GP 21 Nov 2021 1 Failure to respect single yellow flag (qualifying)
3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo 1 2022 Saudi Arabian GP 27 Mar 2022 1 Impeding Esteban Ocon (qualifying)[144]
24 China Guanyu Zhou 1 2022 Saudi Arabian GP 27 Mar 2022 1 Left the track and gaining a lasting advantage[145]
Source:[146]

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V T E 2022 FIA Formula One World Championship
Teams Alfa RomeoAlphaTauriAlpineAston MartinFerrariHaasMcLarenMercedesRed BullWilliams
Engines FerrariMercedesRBPTRenault
Drivers 1 Verstappen • 3 Ricciardo • 4 Norris • 5 Vettel • 6 Latifi • 10 Gasly • 11 Pérez • 14 Alonso • 16 Leclerc • 18 Stroll • 20 Magnussen • 22 Tsunoda • 23 Albon • 24 Zhou • 27 Hülkenberg • 31 Ocon • 44 Hamilton • 45 de Vries • 47 Schumacher • 55 Sainz • 63 Russell • 77 Bottas
Team Reports Alfa RomeoAlphaTauriAlpineAston MartinFerrariHaasMcLarenMercedesRed BullWilliams
Driver Reports AlbonAlonsoBottasGaslyHamiltonHülkenbergLatifiLeclercMagnussenNorrisOconPérezRicciardoRussellSainzSchumacherStrollTsunodaVerstappende VriesVettelZhou
Other Drivers BuemiFittipaldiGiovinazziKubicaPiastridi RestaSchumacherVandoornede Vries
Cars Alfa Romeo C42AlphaTauri AT03Alpine A522Aston Martin AMR22Ferrari F1-75Haas VF-22McLaren MCL36Mercedes W13Red Bull RB18Williams FW44
Tyres Pirelli
Races BahrainSaudi ArabiaAustraliaImolaMiamiSpainMonacoAzerbaijanCanadaSilverstoneAustriaFranceHungaryBelgiumNetherlandsItalyRussiaSingaporeJapanUnited StatesMexicoBrazilAbu Dhabi
Tests BarcelonaBahrainAbu Dhabi
See also 2021 Formula One Season2023 Formula One SeasonCategory
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