Carlos Sainz Jr, Ferrari, Silverstone, 2022

2022 British Grand Prix race result

2022 British Grand Prix

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1 55 Carlos Sainz Jnr Ferrari F1-75
2 11 Sergio Perez Red Bull RB18
3 44 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes W13
4 16 Charles Leclerc Ferrari F1-75
5 14 Fernando Alonso Alpine-Renault A522
6 4 Lando Norris McLaren-Mercedes MCL36
7 1 Max Verstappen Red Bull RB18
8 47 Mick Schumacher Haas-Ferrari VF-22
9 5 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin-Mercedes AMR22
10 20 Kevin Magnussen Haas-Ferrari VF-22
11 18 Lance Stroll Aston Martin-Mercedes AMR22
12 6 Nicholas Latifi Williams-Mercedes FW44
13 3 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren-Mercedes MCL36
14 22 Yuki Tsunoda AlphaTauri-Red Bull AT03
DNF 31 Esteban Ocon Alpine-Renault A522
DNF 10 Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri-Red Bull AT03
DNF 77 Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo-Ferrari C42
DNF 63 George Russell Mercedes W13
DNF 24 Zhou Guanyu Alfa Romeo-Ferrari C42
DNF 23 Alexander Albon Williams-Mercedes FW44

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8 comments on “2022 British Grand Prix race result”

  1. Sainz was underwhelming. Nice for him to win, but the fact is Leclerc was all over him with a damaged front wing. Ferrari don’t deserve to win a thing really, certainly not the WCC. Leclerc drove his backside off for 4th, all because of Ferrari’s incompetence in almost every respect.

    1. The endplates nowadays aren’t doing much for speed, it’s not the first time this year we saw a car with that damage running with hardly any time loss from it @apostle.

      I do agree that for maximum result they should have swapped the Ferraris faster, but on the other hand, Leclerc was not driving away from Sainz for the following 8 laps either, so there wasn’t that big a speed advantage at all, despite Charles complaints. And let’s be honest, it did not change much to the result in the end, since they would have still done the same at the SC, which is where Sainz got back into play.

      1. Leclerc was about 4s ahead of Sainz when the Safety Car came in. How come he wasn’t driving away ?

    2. Agree. Without the safety car I think Hamilton chases them both down while they dithered about letting leclerc through. And even with it, but for Pérez and Hamilton delaying each other so much, either of them could have won instead.

    3. The win was nice for SAIl, but he was only the 3rd (4th if one counts PER effort) best driver today.
      Lost the first start, lost the lead on error after second start, if Ferrari kept LEC behind, HAM would pass them both.
      Either SAI shows something else after July, or Ferrari has only one champoinship contender.
      Plus, if Audi/Volks is rellay planning to come to F1, they should start to talk with LEC today – he might be open to talk.

      1. It’s not obvious hamilton would pass them both, don’t forget the DRS train effect.

  2. Good to see the nr 2 drivers on the podium (-;

    1. True, 2 of them are undisputable number 2s and so far hamilton didn’t do a better job than russell, this race is an exception ofc, where russell perhaps could’ve got back to the pits if he had tried all he could and got some more points.

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