Formula 1 2022 Brazilian Grand Prix results

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2022-11-13
21
Autódromo José Carlos Pace
71
George Russell RUS
Kevin Magnussen MAG
George Russell
lap 61 - 1:13.785
RUS

The 2022 Brazilian Grand Prix was won by George Russell of Mercedes.

The race in Brazil was round 21 of 22 of the 2022 season.

weather conditions

Weather conditions at 13 November 2022 18:00 GMT (raceday).

Partly Cloudy
rain
84.56°F
50%
6.97 mph
195°
 

results

# driver F1 constructor laps time points
1 71 1:38:34.044 26
2 71 +1.529 18
3 71 +4.051 15
4 71 +8.441 12
5 71 +9.561 10
6 71 +10.056 8
7 71 +14.080 6
8 71 +18.690 4
9 71 +22.552 2
10 71 +23.552 1
11 71 +26.183 0
12 71 +29.325 0
13 71 +29.899 0
14 71 +31.867 0
15 71 +36.016 0
16 71 +37.038 0
17 70 +1 Lap 0
50 Gearbox 0
0 Collision 0
0 Collision 0

grid

# driver F1 constructor time
1 Kevin Magnussen Haas F1 Team 1:11.674
2 Max Verstappen Red Bull +0.203
3 George Russell Mercedes +0.385
4 Lando Norris McLaren +0.589
5 Carlos Sainz Ferrari +0.683
6 Esteban Ocon Alpine F1 Team +0.751
7 Fernando Alonso Alpine F1 Team +0.830
8 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes +0.937
9 Sergio Pérez Red Bull +3.927
10 Charles Leclerc Ferrari +-1:-1.-724
11 Alexander Albon Williams +-1:-1.-43
12 Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri +0.001
13 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin +0.004
14 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren +0.466
15 Lance Stroll Aston Martin +0.536
16 Nicholas Latifi Williams +3.421
17 Guanyu Zhou Alfa Romeo +3.523
18 Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo +3.812
19 Yuki Tsunoda AlphaTauri +4.590
20 Mick Schumacher Haas F1 Team +4.687

driver positions through the laps

2022 Brazilian Grand Prix

The 2022 São Paulo Grand Prix (officially known as the Formula 1 Heineken Grande Prêmio de São Paulo 2022) was a Formula One motor race that was held on 13 November 2022 at the Interlagos Circuit in São Paulo, Brazil.


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The scenario that unfolded robbed the AlphaTauri driver of two positions and left him far behind the drivers with whom he should have been fighting.
Following the controversy in last year's Abu Dhabi GP, the FIA decided to automate the system that identified the lapped cars that are eligible to unlap themselves during a safety car period.
In Abu Dhabi last year, only some cars were allowed ...

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Sainz was running in third place, with teammate Leclerc just behind him on the road, as the laps counted down to the chequered flag at Interlagos.
With Leclerc chasing a second-placed finish in the F1 drivers' championship this year, he came on the team radio to request that the team switch positions to give him extra points.
It was a scenario that had been discussed and approved in the ...

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Verstappen created a huge stir in Interlagos by disobeying a team order to let Perez into sixth place on the last lap, which would have been a huge boost to the Mexican's quest for second place in the world championship.
Horner immediately came onto the team radio and apologised to Perez. However he said nothing to Verstappen, contrary to his usual practice of congratulating the Dutchman on his ...

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The Mercedes driver and his Red Bull rival made contact after the early safety car restart at Interlagos, which had been triggered by the opening-lap collision between Daniel Ricciardo and Kevin Magnussen.
Verstappen, who was running in third at the time behind Hamilton, attempted to go around the outside of his rival at Turn 1 and claim the inside apex for the Turn 2 right hander.
However ...

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Ocon was lying in eighth place in the safety car queue, behind Sebastian Vettel and ahead of Alonso, who was on fresher tyres.
Before the restart, Ocon was told not to focus on Alonso behind and "to let him through nice and cleanly".
Engineer: "Fernando has the tyre advantage on us. Let's not focus on him. Let's make sure we concentrate on beating Vettel eventually. Let's make sure we let ...

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Verstappen passed Perez following the safety car restart at Interlagos, but was told to give the place back and help Perez score more points in the fight for second in the championship – only to ignore the call.
Verstappen told Red Bull on the radio that he “gave my reasons and I stand by it” for not moving aside, while Perez told the team that it “shows who he really is.”
It led ...

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The main attention ahead of the Abu Dhabi GP finale is on the fight for second, after Charles Leclerc of Ferrari outscored Red Bull’s Sergio Perez at Interlagos.
That moves Leclerc on to the same number of points, after Perez’s teammate Max Verstappen refused a team order to give him his position before the finish. Ferrari decided against a switch of its drivers that would have helped ...

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As the 2022 Formula 1 season headed to its conclusion with both titles wrapped up for Max Verstappen and Red Bull, the final events became dead rubbers – to be endured for some but with opportunity for others.
After an action-packed Brazilian Grand Prix weekend, F1 now knows Verstappen's quest for a perfect run to close out the campaign won't end that way for the world champion, who also now ...

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George Russell scored his maiden F1 win on Sunday at Interlagos, leading home teammate Lewis Hamilton to give Mercedes its first 1-2 finish since the 2020 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.
The result ended Mercedes' winless season and was the latest milestone in a campaign that saw it initially struggle to put up any kind of challenge at the front of the pack due to issues with its car.
While Max ...

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As revealed by Motorsport.com in September, Hulkenberg's name emerged as a possible Haas candidate after it became clear that the team was unlikely to retain Schumacher. 
Reports in Germany have also emerged this week linking Hulkenberg to a Haas deal for 2023.
The other main candidate was Antonio Giovinazzi, the favoured choice of engine supplier Ferrari, who had previously helped to ...

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Verstappen's racecraft and conduct in close battles has been widely praised this year. But it was the Red Bull driver who copped a penalty for causing a collision with Hamilton as they fought for second place on the first safety car restart, the pair touching through the Senna esses.
Verstappen had taken the high line into Turn 1 in a bid to get the inside for the switchback and to pass ...

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On the first lap of Sao Paulo's Brazilian Grand Prix, Ricciardo appeared to make a late lunge on the Haas driver into the tight Turn 8 right-hander.
Ricciardo tried to back out of the move but misjudged the situation and couldn't avoid tagging Magnussen's right-rear, which sent the Dane into a spin.
Magnussen's car then rolled backwards into the path of Ricciardo, punting the Australian into ...

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The world champion was attempting to snatch second from Hamilton at the early safety car restart, but came to blows with his Mercedes rival at the Senna Esses.
Having attempted to go around the outside of Hamilton at Turn 1, he then found himself squeezed at the apex of Turn 2 before the pair clashed. The stewards handed Verstappen a five second penalty for being predominantly to blame for the ...

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Russell scored his maiden grand prix win at Interlagos on Sunday after controlling proceedings to lead home a 1-2 finish ahead of Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton.
It ended Mercedes’ winless season with one race to spare, and came two years after Russell was cruelly denied a likely victory at the Sakhir Grand Prix when he made a stand-in appearance for the team.
But it emerged after the ...

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Verstappen overtook Perez for sixth place following the safety car restart, and was told to try and catch Fernando Alonso and Charles Leclerc ahead on-track.
But Perez was informed that if Verstappen could not gain any more positions, the position would be given back to him in order to aid his bid for second place in the drivers’ championship.
On the final lap, Verstappen was told to let ...

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Russell led for the majority of the race, while his teammate Lewis Hamilton was hit by his old Red Bull nemesis Max Verstappen following a restart, which forced Verstappen to pit for a new nose.
Hamilton dropped to eighth but recovered back to second, finishing ahead of both Ferraris. Verstappen recovered to finish sixth.
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Russell laid the groundwork for his maiden grand prix win with victory in Saturday's 24-lap sprint race, which yielded him de facto pole for Sunday's race.
The 2018 Formula 2 champion took a commanding lead at the start, his victory chances boosted by a clash between teammate Lewis Hamilton and world champion Max Verstappen.
Regardless of the melee behind him, Russell delivered a measured ...

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Verstappen overtook Perez for sixth place following the restart after a late safety car period, and was encouraged to go and overtake Fernando Alonso and Charles Leclerc ahead to take points off them.
Perez was informed by his engineer, Hugh Bird, that if Verstappen could not overtake Alonso in the closing stages, he would give him the position back to help the Mexican in his push for second ...

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Polesitter Russell powered clear at two safety restarts to avoid a battle with his teammate, who he was free to race, as Hamilton recovered from his fall to eighth after tagging with 2021 rival Verstappen in what was an action-packed penultimate round of the campaign at Interlagos.
With Red Bull's day getting worse when Sergio Perez was stuck on the wrong tyre for the final stint, Ferrari could ...

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George Russell won the short race after passing Max Verstappen, who struggled with his medium tyres compared to the Briton's softs.
Russell and Lewis Hamilton will start from the front row today, with Verstappen and teammate Sergio Perez immediately behind.
Although Mercedes showed great pace in the sprint, trackside engineering director Andrew Shovlin cautioned that potentially warmer ...

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From his pole position, the Dane made it to the first corner in front, and he remained in the lead until Max Verstappen passed him on the third lap.
He slipped back to sixth as the other five cars from the top three teams worked their past. He had hoped to finish best of the rest, but he ultimately lost out to McLaren's Lando Norris.
Nevertheless, a point for eighth place was useful for his ...

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Russell passed Red Bull rival Max Verstappen en route to victory in Saturday's 24-lap sprint race at Interlagos, securing himself top spot on the grid for today's Brazilian Grand Prix. 
He will be joined on the front row by Mercedes teammate Hamilton, who finished third in the sprint but gains a place thanks to Carlos Sainz's five-place grid penalty due to an engine change on ...

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Norris stayed away from the track on Thursday after experiencing a bout of food poisoning, and the team had Nyck de Vries waiting on standby.
However, Norris was able to drive on Friday and took an encouraging fourth place in qualifying.
In Saturday's sprint, he slipped back to seventh, but he achieved the team's target of losing out only to the cars of the top three teams while also ...

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George Russell will start the race from pole position after winning Saturday's Sprint event ahead of Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton.
When is the F1 Brazilian Grand Prix?
The 2022 F1 Brazilian will begin at 3pm local time (-3 GMT) at  Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace in Sao Paulo.

Date: Sunday, November 13, 2022
Start time: 15:00 local time / 18:00 GMT / 19:00 CET / 20:00 SAST / ...

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The Spaniard made contact twice with Ocon on the opening lap of the Brazil GP sprint race at Interlagos on Saturday.
Having been forced wide at Turn 4 on the opening lap, he slid into the side of Ocon on the exit. Then, further around the lap as they neared the start/finish line, Alonso damaged his front wing after clipping his teammate's right rear tyre as he attempted an overtaking ...

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Despite Red Bull and Ferrari flying out of the gate while it suffered severely with porpoising and extreme drag, all the way to the summer break Mercedes insisted repeatedly that it could win a grand prix in 2022. But the opportunities to break that barren spell appeared to be running out. It was hurt by the late safety car at Zandvoort, couldn't capitalise on a horrid pitstop for Max Verstappen ...

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The sixth sprint event in Interlagos on Saturday was without a doubt the most exciting since the format was introduced in 2021, with George Russell battling past Max Verstappen to win.
It has already been agreed to run six sprints in 2023, although the venues have yet to be confirmed.
Meanwhile, tweaks such as a move to a standalone event that doesn't impact the grid for Sunday's main event ...

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Alonso and Ocon appeared to make contact twice on the opening lap of Saturday’s 24-lap sprint race in Brazil, the first moment coming at Turn 4 when they went side-by-side into the corner.
Alonso was forced wide at the exit of the corner, but the more dramatic incident came as they completed the lap when they made contact going across the start/finish line.
The front wing of Alonso’s car ...

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Gasly was among six drivers summoned after the 24-lap sprint race that set the final starting grid for the Brazilian Grand Prix for various incidents.
Gasly was alleged to have driven too slowly during his reconnaissance laps to the grid, not meeting the maximum time set by race director Niels Wittich in his event notes.
But Gasly only received a warning for the incident, explaining during ...

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The German attempted to make a move past Stroll on the run out of Turn 3 on lap nine, but his team-mate robustly defended and forced him on to the grass.
While they did not touch and Vettel was able to recover, Stroll was handed a 10-second penalty for dangerous driving.
Reflecting on the incident afterwards, Vettel said he was not too alarmed about what happened, beyond questioning whether ...

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The Alpine pair brushed with each other early on the opening lap on the exit of Turn 4, but the more serious incident came just before they crossed the start/finish line as Alonso damaged his front wing on his teammate's car.
Alonso was forced to come into the pits for a new front wing, and criticised his teammate over the radio. The Spaniard eventually finished 15th, passing Ocon who fell to ...

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The Ferrari driver had been charging through the field and was running third as Verstappen ahead of him fell back into the pack.
With Verstappen struggling for performance, Sainz seized the opportunity to force his way past under braking for the Senna Esses on lap 19.
But, as the Spaniard moved past his Red Bull rival through the first left hander, his right-rear tyre made contact with ...

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Starting on the medium tyres, Verstappen soon passed shock polesitter Kevin Magnussen, as did the other frontrunners.
But as Saturday's 24-lap sprint race unfolded Verstappen started struggling with tyre wear and saw Russell soon close the gap.
By virtue of Red Bull's superior top speed, the two-time world champion managed to hang on until the halfway point, but on lap 15 Russell finally ...

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Gasly is just two penalty points away from an F1 race ban following a string of incidents so far this season, and spoke earlier this week about finding the situation "embarrassing."
But Gasly will be back in the stewards' room this evening after he was summoned for allegedly driving too slowly during the reconnaissance laps to the grid ahead of the sprint race.
Race director Niels Wittich's ...

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Russell picked up eight points and P1 on the grid for Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix after charging from third place on the grid to win the final F1 sprint of the season, defeating Red Bull rival Verstappen in a wheel-to-wheel battle.
Russell was aided by starting on the soft tyre compared to Verstappen's mediums, and was able to get within DRS range of the two-time world champion for the lead ...

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The Briton battled fiercely with the two-time champion - the pair dicing wheel-to-wheel for three laps before eventually the W13 driver seized first place and ran away to victory.
As Verstappen continuined to tumble before sustaining damage, Lewis Hamilton completed a double Mercedes podium behind Carlos Sainz, while shock polesitter Kevin Magnussen notched eighth.
Verstappen and ...

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Russell prevailed in an epic battle for victory with Red Bull’s Max Verstappen, who had hit the front at the start of Lap 3 after passing Kevin Magnussen, who started on a shock pole position for Haas.
Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz finished second, after clashing with Verstappen, who dropped back to fourth. Magnussen fell down the order to finish eighth.
2022 Brazilian Grand Prix sprint ...

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Perez was fastest in FP1, held on Friday morning, and Ocon set the pace in Saturday’s FP2, which was run after qualifying but ahead of the sprint race.
Brazilian Grand Prix FP1 results: Perez fastest from Leclerc






Cla
Driver
Chassis
Laps
Time
Gap
Interval
km/h




1
Sergio Perez
Red Bull
29
1'11.853 ...

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The hour of FP2 running, that during a sprint weekend falls between the Friday qualifying session and half-distance Saturday race,  has drawn widespread criticism about its uselessness.
With no need to chase one-lap pace, race runs dominated the order as Ocon came out on top despite running only with a scrubbed set of the red-walled soft tyres over Red Bull's Perez.
The Ferraris led the ...

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