Formula 1 2022 British Grand Prix results

data

2022-07-03
10
Silverstone Circuit
52
Carlos Sainz SAI
Carlos Sainz SAI
Lewis Hamilton
lap 52 - 1:30.510
HAM

The 2022 British Grand Prix was won by Carlos Sainz of Ferrari.

The race in United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland was round 10 of 22 of the 2022 season.

weather conditions

Weather conditions at 3 July 2022 14:00 GMT (raceday).

Mostly Cloudy
65.29°F
63%
10.95 mph
337°
 

results

# driver F1 constructor laps time points
1 52 2:17:50.311 25
2 52 +3.779 18
3 52 +6.225 16
4 52 +8.546 12
5 52 +9.571 10
6 52 +11.943 8
7 52 +18.777 6
8 52 +18.995 4
9 52 +22.356 2
10 52 +24.590 1
11 52 +26.147 0
12 52 +32.511 0
13 52 +32.817 0
14 52 +40.910 0
37 Fuel pump 0
26 Collision damage 0
20 Gearbox 0
0 Collision 0
0 Collision 0
0 Collision 0

grid

# driver F1 constructor time
1 Carlos Sainz Ferrari 1:40.983
2 Max Verstappen Red Bull +0.072
3 Charles Leclerc Ferrari +0.315
4 Sergio Pérez Red Bull +0.633
5 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes +1.012
6 Lando Norris McLaren +1.101
7 Fernando Alonso Alpine F1 Team +1.133
8 George Russell Mercedes +1.178
9 Guanyu Zhou Alfa Romeo +1.736
10 Nicholas Latifi Williams +22.112
11 Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri +2.719
12 Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo +3.249
13 Yuki Tsunoda AlphaTauri +3.328
14 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren +3.372
15 Esteban Ocon Alpine F1 Team +4.207
16 Alexander Albon Williams +1.095
17 Kevin Magnussen Haas F1 Team +1.176
18 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin +1.683
19 Mick Schumacher Haas F1 Team +1.725
20 Lance Stroll Aston Martin +2.447

driver positions through the laps

2022 British Grand Prix

The 2022 British Grand Prix (officially known as the Formula 1 Lenovo British Grand Prix 2022) was a Formula One motor race held on 3 July 2022 at the Silverstone Circuit in Northamptonshire, England.

Carlos Sainz Jr. took both his first pole position and Formula One victory, ahead of Sergio Pérez and Lewis Hamilton. Championship leader, Max Verstappen finished seventh after acquiring car damage early in the race. A multi-car accident occurred on the opening lap, in which Zhou Guanyu's car flipped over the tyre wall marking the circuit boundaries.


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The Memorial Mass of Thanksgiving at Westminster Cathedral was timed for the day after the British GP in order allow as many F1 regulars as possible to be present.
Over 600 people attended the service, with many past Williams F1 drivers among the well-known names in attendance, including Nigel Mansell, Damon Hill, Jenson Button, Valtteri Bottas, Nick Heidfeld, Martin Brundle, Antonio Pizzonia ...

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Sunday’s British Grand Prix could have ended up being a dark day for Formula 1.
On another timeline, one where the resistance to the halo and its alleged sullying of motor racing’s purity proved successful, Zhou Guanyu’s terrifying accident at Abbey could have resulted in far worse consequences. The fact he not only emerged from the crash but did so unscathed is testament to the ...

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In one of those pleasant motorsport quirks of fate – such as Lewis Hamilton already having experience of winning while effectively running on three wheels from 17 years before his famous 2020 British Grand Prix triumph – Sainz's experience last weekend was also rather familiar.
When asked to give a message to the 123,000 F1 fans that had packed into Silverstone on Sunday, Sainz recalled a ...

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But it was a race that appeared to slip away from him more than once as Ferrari strategy and team orders looked to play in Charles Leclerc's favour.
Yet at the final pitstop, it was Sainz, not race leader Leclerc, who Ferrari opted to bring in for a fresh set of soft tyres that would ultimately prove critical in his late charge to victory.
Although the result has boosted Sainz, it meant ...

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Alonso was a close observer of the spectacular battle in the final laps of the race between Leclerc, Sergio Perez and Lewis Hamilton as the Ferrari driver tried to stay ahead on hard tyres against rivals on faster softs.
In the end Leclerc dropped back to fourth. He crossed the line just ahead of Alonso, who had jumped Lando Norris at the safety car pitstop sequence.
However, in the ...

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Hamilton had delivered his most competitive outing of the season so far at Silverstone, as he led the race during the middle pitstop phase having extended his first stint on medium tyres.
His tyre degradation looked good and he managed to get to lap 33 on the medium compound he started with. This compared to main rivals Carlos Sainz having pitted on lap 20 and Charles Leclerc on lap ...

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After struggling in qualifying Schumacher and teammate Kevin Magnussen, who started in 17th, were handed a chance to fight for points when they emerged unscathed through a multi-car start crash which took out several midfield rivals.
From 14th and 16th on the restart both Haas drivers moved up the order, Schumacher's side in particular making the right strategy calls by pitting under a late ...

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As part of the never-ending quest for improved safety, motor racing's governing body pores over the details of each major accident to better understand the factors that worked as planned to help the driver, and areas where perhaps improvement can be made.
One of the aspects of the Zhou incident that will likely be looked at especially closely will be what happened to the C42's roll hoop, with ...

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When the safety car emerged late in the race, Ferrari kept leader Leclerc out on track on hard tyres, but pitted Carlos Sainz for softs – a decision mirrored by nearly everyone else in the field.
Team boss Mattia Binotto later confirmed that the team didn’t want to double stack its cars and left Leclerc out as he had track position and fresher tyres than Sainz.
Leclerc, who had been ...

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On the opening lap of the British Grand Prix, demonstrators from the Just Stop Oil activist group managed to breach the fence and get onto the track on the Wellington Straight.
By the time the cars came around to the portion of track, the red flag had already been called for the accident involving Zhou Guanyu at Abbey, meaning their speed had been reduced.
Northamptonshire police reported ...

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A raft of updates to the W13, allied to the smooth and high-speed Silverstone circuit perfectly suiting its car, allowed Lewis Hamilton to fight with Ferrari for the win.
Although Hamilton eventually finished third, behind race-winner Carlos Sainz and the recovering Sergio Perez, the fact that he was able to battle for a podium spot on pure pace marked a big step forward for his Brackley-based ...

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The Just Stop Oil climate activist group has claimed responsibility for demonstrators who jumped the barrier by the bridge on the Wellington Straight at Silverstone and sat on the track.
The race was red flagged for the terrifying first-corner Zhou Guanyu shunt as then leader Max Verstappen came across the protesters before marshals arrived on the scene.
Northamptonshire police, who received ...

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Albon was hit from behind by Sebastian Vettel as drivers braked to avoid the collision between Guanyu Zhou and George Russell off the start line.
That contact sent him sharp right into the pit wall and he was then hit by other cars as he bounced back into the middle of the track.
After his car came to a stop he radioed the team to say he was fine, but the medical team took its time in taking ...

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The world champion had just taken the lead from Ferrari's Carlos Sainz at Silverstone when he suddenly slowed with what he believed was a puncture.
However, after pitting for fresh tyres and finding his car was no better, Verstappen struggled on with a mysterious aero loss that the team suspected was caused by car damage. He eventually came home in seventh.
Television footage had shown him ...

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The Chinese driver was tipped over in his Alfa Romeo F1 car on the run to the first corner in the British GP in a clash with George Russell and Pierre Gasly, before being pitched into a roll over the crash barriers and stopped between the catch fencing and tyre wall.
The race was immediately red flagged, while Alex Albon, Sebastian Vettel, Yuki Tsunoda and Esteban Ocon were skittled in a ...

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Zhou received a major hit from George Russell’s Mercedes shortly after the start of the race, rolling his car over and sending him skating across the track upside-down.
The Chinese driver hit the barriers at the exit of Abbey corner at high-speed, flipping his car over and leaving him wedged in between the tyre wall and the catch fencing.
The 23-year-old was taken to the medical centre for ...

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The race required a restart after a huge first corner crash for Zhou Guanyu’s Alfa Romeo, which flipped over and hit the catch fencing, and climate change protesters who invaded the track.
Sainz led until Red Bull’s Max Verstappen past him, but Verstappen then suffered bodywork damage and dropped back down the order.
Sainz gave up his position to teammate Leclerc, who was leading when a ...

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After a hectic opening stint that saw Ferrari see Sainz lose and regain the lead of the race, the team found itself wary of the threat posed by Lewis Hamilton after the Mercedes driver built up a tyre delta.
Ferrari asked Sainz to give up position to Leclerc after noting it would have been marginal for both cars to get ahead of Hamilton once Mercedes brought him into the pits. Hamilton emerged ...

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First-lap onboard footage appears to show that protesters accessed the track by the base of the bridge on Wellington, jumping the barrier on lap one as leader Max Verstappen passed.
But the race had been simultaneously red-flagged for the huge Zhou Guanyu rollover crash.
At least five people were pictured sitting on the asphalt before marshals began to clear the protesters, with the Just ...

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The Mercedes driver made the most of an upgraded Mercedes W13 to challenge Ferrari for the race win at Silverstone and eventually come home on the podium in third.
But despite running third behind Charles Leclerc and eventual race winner Carlos Sainz before the final safety car restart, Hamilton was unable to capitalise on the opportunity and push for the top spot.
Instead, Sainz went ...

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Sainz won Sunday's race after a safety car for Esteban Ocon's stricken Alpine set up a thrilling finale with leader Leclerc staying out on his hard tyres, which gave Sainz and Mercedes' Hamilton a free stop for softs.
On the restart Sainz quickly overtook Leclerc to clinch his maiden grand prix win. Despite having to give way to Leclerc earlier in the race, the Spaniard said he still believed ...

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Lewis Hamilton finished third, with Max Verstappen picking up damage that dropped him out of the lead fight early in the restarted race, which was stopped after just a few corners due to the Turn 1 incident.
At the start of the race, Verstappen used the grip advantage of soft tyres against the mediums on pole-sitting Sainz's Ferrari to get alongside off the line and steal ahead into Abbey to ...

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Zhou escapes serious injury after massive British GP crash
Albon taken to hospital after British GP crash


Zhou’s Alfa Romeo was launched over the tyre barriers at the opening corner of the Silverstone race, having been caught up in a multi-car accident involving Russell and AlphaTauri’s Pierre Gasly.
Having been tripped upside down and skipping across the ...

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The 52-lap British GP at Silverstone was red-flagged for a massive incident involving George Russell, Pierre Gasly and Zhou Guanyu which tipped the latter over.
The Alfa Romeo driver skidded along track at Abbey and struck the barrier, which flipped him into the air fence – his car coming to a rest behind the tyre barrier.
Zhou was taken to the medical centre for checks, with his Alfa ...

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Zhou, who had started ninth, was tipped over on the run down to the opening Abbey turn, and launched through the gravel trap towards the barriers.
There was no immediate information regarding the condition of Zhou, although medical crews were quickly on the scene to attend to him.
The crash was triggered by contact between George Russell and Pierre Gasly on the run away from the start. The ...

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Since the introduction of the new technical regulations for the 2022 season, a number of teams have struggled with their cars porpoising and bouncing as they run their cars low to make the most of the ground effect.
Mercedes has been one of the worst-hit teams, leaving the reigning eight-time constructors' champion squad currently unable to regularly compete with front-runners Ferrari and Red ...

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However, something that’s slipped under the radar but has now been spotted is an intriguing change the team has made to the RB18’s floor.
The new design did not appear on the pre-event FIA notification of changes as it had not required the team to manufacture an entirely new assembly.
Instead, it takes advantage of the patchwork quilt-like qualities of the floor designs we’re ...

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At Silverstone the Williams driver made it out of Q2 for the first time in his F1 career, but then had an off on his first flying lap in Q3.
Due to suspected damage he subsequently didn't log a flying lap time, and thus had to settle for 10th place.
Latifi's strong performance came after he has struggled to come to terms with the FW44 this year against a background of doubts about his ...

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Alpine driver Alonso entered Saturday's qualifying session for the British Grand Prix looking to replicate his run to the front row of the grid in damp conditions in Canada two weeks ago.
After easing through Q1 and Q2, Alonso briefly went fastest at the start of Q3 by three seconds, but ultimately dropped to seventh in the final classification.
The Spaniard managed to cross the line with ...

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Vettel could manage only 18th place in the wet Q1 session, while his teammate Lance Stroll was 20th and last.
The frustrating outcome for the locally-based outfit came a fortnight after Vettel and Stroll qualified 17th and 18th in Montreal.
However, while on that occasion it was clear that the team had tyre temperature issues after a miscalculation on pressures, that wasn't ...

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As part of the discussions between the FIA and teams about a planned safety clampdown on excessive porpoising that drivers are unhappy about, one area of focus has been on the stiffness of the floors and planks of cars.
Motorsport.com understands that during talks in a Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) meeting in the week after the Canadian Grand Prix, suspicions emerged of some teams pushing ...

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Carlos Sainz landed his first series pole at Silverstone by 0.072s over defending champion Max Verstappen, who was hampered by yellow flags on his final lap.
They had been caused by third-fastest Leclerc, who spun exiting Chapel corner on his last flying run, the Bahrain and Australian GP winner having hit a patch of standing water.
Leclerc will be “very happy” if Sainz converts his ...

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Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz will start from pole position for the first time in his F1 career after upsetting Red Bull rival and championship leader Max Verstappen in a wet qualifying.
Sainz's teammate Charles Leclerc will line up third on the grid ahead of Sergio Perez (Red Bull), while home favourite Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) will take the start from fifth.
The other two British drivers on ...

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The Mercedes driver ended qualifying for his home race in fifth place despite posting earlier laptimes which kept him in the battle for the front row, having briefly held second place in Q3.
But Hamilton conceded he lost out when he backed off during his penultimate lap in Q3 to charge his battery, only for the rain to intensify on his last lap.
"In the rain we were fighting for the front ...

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Sainz will start ahead of Red Bull’s Max Verstappen and his Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc after the one-hour qualifying session, which is split into three segments with five cars each being knocked out in Q1 and Q2 before the top-10 shootout of Q3.
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British GP: Sainz beats Verstappen to secure first F1 pole
Sainz: Drivers "super frustrated" by wrong delta times in F1 ...

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Saturday afternoon's qualifying was held in soaked conditions, but as the top 10 made its way into the final Q3 shootout the track's racing line started drying up by the second.
That meant that drivers had to continue circulating to get a fast lap in as close to the end of the session as possible to find the best conditions, and it meant virtual pole frequently changed hands between Ferrari's ...

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Although all three parts of qualifying required intermediate tyres for the duration, rain was intermittent, stopping for the end of Q1 before returning harder for the second session.
That meant the fastest times were set in the opening 18-minute gambit which left several drivers in Q2 and Q3 with the wrong benchmark delta lap time logged on their steering wheel dashboard readout.
Maiden ...

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Red Bull driver Verstappen was subject to booing and jeering from the crowd during his post-qualifying interview in parc ferme on Saturday, having qualified second for the British Grand Prix.
There were also cheers from the crowd when Verstappen spun exiting Stowe at the start of Q3.
Verstappen brushed off the boos when speaking in the FIA press conference later on, saying it was "a bit ...

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Verstappen had led the way through Q1 and Q2 and appeared to be on course to complete a clean sweep as he also topped the times ahead of the final runs in the final segment.
Indeed, Verstappen set the fastest first sector of Q3 on his last effort, but lost time around the rest of the lap and could not improve his personal best.
He briefly had to lift going through Becketts and Chapel due to ...

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