Formula 1 2022 Canadian Grand Prix results

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2022-06-19
9
Circuit Gilles Villeneuve
Max Verstappen VER
Max Verstappen VER
Carlos Sainz
lap 63 - 1:15.749
SAI

The 2022 Canadian Grand Prix was won by Max Verstappen of Red Bull. Carlos Sainz was a very close second.

The race in Canada was round 9 of 22 of the 2022 season.

weather conditions

Weather conditions at 19 June 2022 18:00 GMT (raceday).

Clear
68.28°F
36%
12.26 mph
341°
 

results

# driver F1 constructor laps time points
1 70 1:36:21.757 25
2 70 +0.993 19
3 70 +7.006 15
4 70 +12.313 12
5 70 +15.168 10
6 70 +23.890 8
7 70 +25.247 6
8 70 +26.952 4
9 70 +29.945 2
10 70 +38.222 1
11 70 +43.047 0
12 70 +44.245 0
13 70 +44.893 0
14 70 +45.183 0
15 70 +52.145 0
16 70 +59.978 0
17 70 +1:08.180 0
47 Accident 0
18 Engine 0
7 Gearbox 0

grid

# driver F1 constructor time
1 Max Verstappen Red Bull 1:21.299
2 Fernando Alonso Alpine F1 Team +0.645
3 Carlos Sainz Ferrari +0.797
4 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes +1.592
5 Kevin Magnussen Haas F1 Team +1.661
6 Mick Schumacher Haas F1 Team +2.057
7 Esteban Ocon Alpine F1 Team +2.230
8 George Russell Mercedes +2.258
9 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren +2.450
10 Guanyu Zhou Alfa Romeo +2.731
11 Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo +5.489
12 Alexander Albon Williams +5.559
13 Sergio Pérez Red Bull +11.828
14 Lando Norris McLaren +12.767
15 Charles Leclerc Ferrari +11.709
16 Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri +13.193
17 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin +13.213
18 Lance Stroll Aston Martin +14.233
19 Nicholas Latifi Williams +14.361
20 Yuki Tsunoda AlphaTauri +15.276

driver positions through the laps

2022 Canadian Grand Prix

The 2022 Canadian Grand Prix (officially known as the Formula 1 AWS Grand Prix du Canada 2022) was a Formula One motor race, which was held on 19 June 2022 at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was the 9th round of the 2022 Formula One World Championship.

Max Verstappen took pole position, in a rain affected qualifying, from Fernando Alonso and Carlos Sainz Jr. Verstappen converted his pole into victory, ahead of Sainz and Lewis Hamilton.


source: Wikipedia

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While a safety car paved the way for a late-race crescendo in the Canadian Grand Prix last weekend, Max Verstappen again took charge to claim his sixth victory of the 2022 Formula 1 season and further strengthen his title defence.
Currently operating in white-hot form, Verstappen now sits some 46 points clear at the top of the standings over Red Bull team-mate Sergio Perez, while Ferrari rival ...

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Verstappen, who controlled the early stages of the race on Montreal's Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, made his second and final pitstop with 27 laps to go, handing the lead to Sainz.
Six laps later, by which time the Dutchman had narrowed the gap to Sainz down to just under eight seconds, AlphaTauri's Yuki Tsunoda went off coming out of the pits.
After a long delay, the local yellow was directly ...

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Verstappen was closing in on Ferrari rival Sainz after making his second pit stop, only for the safety car to be deployed with 21 laps remaining after Yuki Tsunoda crashed at Turn 1.
It meant that after Sainz pitted, he emerged right behind Verstappen with tyres that were five laps fresher, giving him an advantage for the final charge to the line.
After the race returned to green with 16 ...

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After a power unit issue resigned Norris to 14th place in qualifying on Saturday, he dropped back to 18th when McLaren double-stacked its cars in the pits. A slow stop for Daniel Ricciardo forced Norris to wait behind his teammate, before his car was then initially fitted with the wrong tyres when he was eventually serviced.
Norris could only recover to 15th at the chequered flag, having also ...

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Alonso qualified second in the wet on Saturday in Montreal but in the race he slipped back to seventh on the road behind teammate Esteban Ocon.
Szafnauer believes that had Alonso not been hit by the issue, which compromised his straight-line performance from around Lap 20, he could have fought with Lewis Hamilton and George Russell for a place on the podium.
Alonso also lost out by making ...

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The FIA’s intervention on safety grounds, to try to eradicate cars bouncing, triggered huge controversy over the Canadian Grand Prix weekend.
Many F1 teams were annoyed at the late timing of the announcement, and there was confusion among a number of competitors about whether or not new bouncing limits were supposed to be in place for the weekend.
Furthermore, the way in which the FIA only ...

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The Brackley-based team has had a difficult start to the 2022 campaign, with its W13 suffering from both a bouncing and bottoming out problem.
The phenomenon has been so bad on its cars that complaints from George Russell and Lewis Hamilton about the physical pain they are enduring has triggered FIA intervention to help the situation.
But after an encouraging Canadian Grand Prix weekend ...

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Verstappen scored his sixth win of the 2022 season and Red Bull's sixth in a row by fending off Ferrari's Carlos Sainz in the final 16-lap sprint to the flag in Montreal on Sunday.
Verstappen had looked set to defeat the one-stopping Sainz by catching him on a two-stop strategy, only for a late safety car period to give Ferrari the chance to make a second stop and set up a final battle to the ...

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A late safety car set up a final charge to the line between Verstappen and Sainz, both of whom were left fighting alone for their teams following setbacks for their teammates.
Verstappen ultimately held on to score his sixth victory of the season, denying Sainz a maiden F1 win that he has come so close to on a number of occasions.
But was there a way that Sainz could have beaten Verstappen? ...

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After a weekend of intense political drama in Canada over the FIA's intervention in trying to reduce car bouncing, a number of teams have been left unhappy about the situation.
Matters reached a head in a team principals' meeting on Saturday when Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto and Horner confronted Wolff about over-dramatising his team's problems to help get the FIA involved.
Wolff angrily ...

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In the closing stages of the race Alonso was stuck behind Alpine teammate Esteban Ocon in seventh when he started feeling the pressure from Alfa Romeo driver Bottas behind.
With just over a lap of the 70-lap race remaining Alonso aggressively defended against the Finn by weaving on the long straight before the final chicane, which forced Bottas to back out of a potential move.
Alonso held on ...

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Verstappen led for the majority of the race, which was interrupted twice for virtual safety cars which played a big role in strategy.
But it was a full safety car that played into Sainz’s hands near the end, allowing him to attack Verstappen in the closing stages, but he just couldn’t find a way past.
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The Ferrari driver faced a fight through the pack having started 19th due to a grid penalty for an engine change, but made solid early progress until he got stuck behind Esteban Ocon around the midpoint.
As Leclerc went long on his first stint having started on the hard tyres - meaning he lacked pace at the end of the stint behind Ocon - a slow pitstop by the Ferrari mechanics held him for an ...

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Alonso felt he had the pace to fend off the Mercedes drivers but ultimately he tumbled down to seventh from his second grid spot.
Alonso is under investigation for doing more than one change of direction while defending from Valtteri Bottas in the final stages of the race.
The Spaniard ran a very long opening stint from his second grid spot, but the strategy was compromised by a reduction in ...

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The seven-time champion has endured a run of difficult races since the start of the campaign, with his Mercedes car suffering quite badly from porpoising.
But after appearing to take a slight step forward with form in Montreal, Hamilton managed his second podium finish of the season as he took third place behind Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz.
He admitted, however, that this one felt much ...

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Red Bull's world champion Verstappen looked in control in the early stages of the race, but a late safety car for Yuki Tsunoda's off in Turn 1 spiced things up.
Sainz, who was still due a stop, used the safety car to slot in behind Verstappen for the restart on hard tyres that were five laps fresher than the Dutchman's.
While Sainz looked slightly quicker and managed to stay within ...

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The race had already been twice interrupted by virtual safety car activations, which put Verstappen and Sainz on different two-stop versus a likely one-stop strategy for the Ferrari ahead of the closing stages, before the safety car closed them up and set up a straight fight for the victory on the same hard tyres, albeit with the Spaniard on younger rubber.
Behind, Fernando Alonso's front row ...

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F1 teams have been battling porpoising on their cars through the early part of the 2022 season after the return of ground effect under the new regulations led to the phenomenon becoming an issue.
While some teams have been able to eradicate the problem or keep it under control, Mercedes has been one of the worst-hit teams.
The FIA took first steps to intervene on the matter earlier this week ...

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The Haas driver was quick throughout the rain-affected session, and felt afterwards that he could have done even better than sixth.
His Montreal performance came after Schumacher drew critique following his Monaco crash, which was followed by a clean but uncompetitive weekend in Baku.
After claiming an impressive result on Saturday, the German will hence start immediately behind Haas ...

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Lewis Hamilton suggested after a difficult Friday practice in Canada, where he ran an experimental floor and then extreme setup which didn't work, that nothing Mercedes was doing was improving the W13.
He suggested that the squad would be better off working out what needed to be done to ensure next year's W14 was much more competitive.
"It's like the car is getting worse, like it's getting ...

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Vettel was third fastest in the wet FP3 session on Saturday and looked well set for a good result come qualifying.
However, the four-time world champion then struggled from the off in the soaking Q1 session, complaining on the radio that the car felt completely different.
He was left languishing in 17th place, just ahead of teammate Lance Stroll, who faced a similar struggle.
Vettel ...

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As teams were travelling to Montreal, the FIA issued a technical directive explaining how it intended to address the safety concerns that drivers have had about their cars bouncing.
The plan is to come up with a metric that sets a limit on how strong vertical oscillations can be before teams must raise their cars, and it also allowed modifications to be made to the floors already for the Canada ...

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However, the Ferrari driver has set fourth as a more realistic target, and even then he admits that he will need to catch a break through strategy.
The Ferrari driver picked up a back of the grid penalty after taking new power unit elements on Saturday, having already earned a 10-place drop when he took a fresh control electronics on Friday.
He will start 19th because in Q1 he outpaced ...

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Alonso has been in fine form throughout F1’s return to Montreal for the first time since 2019 – not finishing outside the top five in any practice session (he topped the wet FP3 running) and then pipping fellow Spaniard Carlos Sainz to second in qualifying after the Ferrari driver’s efforts to ace the final turns in Q3 went awry.  
Second in Montreal qualifying was Alonso’s best F1 ...

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With teammate Charles Leclerc starting at the back of the grid due to an engine penalty, Sainz was left to fight alone for Ferrari in qualifying on Saturday at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.
Sainz featured towards the front of the field throughout qualifying, but ultimately finished third in Q3, seven-tenths of a second behind polesitter Max Verstappen after sliding at the exit of the chicane ...

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Following the FIA’s intervention in addressing safety concerns expressed by drivers, Mercedes found itself at the centre of intense debate in the paddock.
Having run with a second floor stay as allowed by the FIA’s pre-event technical directive, rival teams questioned whether or not the team had had advance notice of the changes to get changes ready in time – something Mercedes insisted ...

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Red Bull's Max Verstappen will start the race from pole position ahead of Alpine star Fernando Alonso, who secured his front-row start in a decade in a wet, incident-packed qualifying on Saturday.
Carlos Sainz will line up third in the lead Ferrari, with his teammate Charles Leclerc sent to the back of the grid after switching to a new power unit this weekend.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton ...

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Hamilton achieved the best Saturday result of his troubled 2022 season after what he called a “disastrous” Friday when his Mercedes team tried a revised floor in FP1, which was quickly discarded.
It also came after he had just a few days to recover from the battering that his back took in the Azerbaijan GP, when he struggled to get out of the car at the end of the race.
"I can't tell you ...

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Rain falling throughout the day in Montreal meant qualifying took place in similar wet conditions to FP3 earlier on Saturday afternoon, which Alonso led.
The Alpine driver stunned Sainz to slot into second with the final timed lap of Q3, where all the drivers were fuelled to run for the whole session to take advantage of the track drying and the tyres being worked into the optimum working ...

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Verstappen will start ahead of Alpine’s Fernando Alonso and Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz 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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The two-time F1 world champion acted as Max Verstappen’s closest challenger throughout qualifying, having also topped the wet final practice on Saturday, with his final Q3 lap putting him on the front row alongside the Red Bull driver who claimed pole.
It marks Alonso’s first front row qualifying result since he took pole at the 2012 German GP and capped an impressive performance by the ...

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Verstappen claimed pole for F1’s first race in Montreal since 2019, as he topped all three segments of a wet-but-drying qualifying session at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, while his title rivals Sergio Perez and Charles Leclerc qualified well down the order.
The field ran full wets throughout Q1, but several drivers headed straight out on intermediates in Q2 – with most staying on the ...

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Mercedes driver Russell was the only driver to risk a switch to the dry tyres in Saturday’s qualifying at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, fitting a set of softs for his final run in Q3.
A number of drivers had reported a drying line appearing after the rain had stopped during Q1 and allowed them to switch to intermediate tyres, but no-one else made the same switch.
But Russell’s hopes of ...

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After winning the Formula 3 and Formula 2 titles in consecutive years, Piastri has been serving as Alpine's reserve driver this season in tandem with an extensive private testing programme.
With two-time world champion Fernando Alonso widely expected to continue his stint with Alpine beyond the end of the season, and Esteban Ocon under a long-term contract, the team has expressed an openness in ...

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The final hour of practice before qualifying started in cold and wet conditions after heavy rain, which had hit Montreal regularly over the past few days, arrived early enough on Saturday to disrupt proceedings.
At the start of the session on a soaked Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, the four cars from Haas and Alfa Romeo gingerly headed out for exploratory laps on extreme wets, soon joined by ...

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The Monegasque driver, who is fighting Max Verstappen for the F1 world title, had already been set for a 10-place grid drop as the result of a new control electronics on Saturday.
However, during final free practice on Saturday morning, the FIA announced that Leclerc will take a number of new power unit components for the remainder of the Montreal weekend.
The new internal combustion engine ...

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In the wake of a technical directive from the FIA on the eve of the Montreal weekend to help reduce porpoising, F1 teams were advised that they could add a second stay to help stiffen their floor.
Mercedes was the only outfit that elected to go down that route, as it trialled an interim solution on George Russell's car during Friday free practice.
But Mercedes' actions caught the attention ...

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The four-time World Champion has also been arriving at the track each wearing a T-shirt bearing the message “Stop mining tar sands – Canada’s climate crime.”
The message is a reference to the controversial oil sands operation in Alberta, which has been described as the world’s biggest industrial project.
It involves bitumen being dug from huge open pits on land that used to contain ...

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The Maranello squad has squandered a strong championship lead earlier in the season to hand the advantage to its chief opposition Red Bull.
Despite having a consistently quick car, engine failures for early championship leader Charles Leclerc in Spain and Azerbaijan, plus strategy errors in Monaco, have resulted in valuable points slipping through his fingers.
While the recent ...

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