Formula 1 2022 Dutch Grand Prix results

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2022-09-04
15
Circuit Park Zandvoort
72
Max Verstappen VER
Max Verstappen VER
Max Verstappen
lap 62 - 1:13.652
VER

The 2022 Dutch Grand Prix was won by Max Verstappen of Red Bull.

The race in Netherland was round 15 of 22 of the 2022 season.

weather conditions

Weather conditions at 4 September 2022 13:00 GMT (raceday).

Overcast
rain
74.26°F
67%
6.19 mph
183°
 

results

# driver F1 constructor laps time points
1 72 1:36:42.773 26
2 72 +4.071 18
3 72 +10.929 15
4 72 +13.016 12
5 72 +18.168 10
6 72 +18.754 8
7 72 +19.306 6
8 72 +20.916 4
9 72 +21.117 2
10 72 +22.459 1
11 72 +27.009 0
12 72 +30.390 0
13 72 +32.995 0
14 72 +36.007 0
15 72 +36.869 0
16 72 +37.320 0
17 72 +37.764 0
18 71 +1 Lap 0
53 Engine 0
43 Differential 0

grid

# driver F1 constructor time
1 Max Verstappen Red Bull 1:10.342
2 Charles Leclerc Ferrari +0.021
3 Carlos Sainz Ferrari +0.092
4 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes +0.306
5 Sergio Pérez Red Bull +0.735
6 George Russell Mercedes +0.805
7 Lando Norris McLaren +0.832
8 Mick Schumacher Haas F1 Team +1.100
9 Yuki Tsunoda AlphaTauri +2.214
10 Lance Stroll Aston Martin +1.074
11 Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri +1.170
12 Esteban Ocon Alpine F1 Team +1.263
13 Fernando Alonso Alpine F1 Team +1.271
14 Guanyu Zhou Alfa Romeo +1.362
15 Alexander Albon Williams +1.460
16 Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo +1.619
17 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren +1.739
18 Kevin Magnussen Haas F1 Team +1.977
19 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin +2.049
20 Nicholas Latifi Williams +3.011

driver positions through the laps

2022 Dutch Grand Prix

The 2022 Dutch Grand Prix (officially known as the Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix 2022) was a Formula One motor race held on 4 September 2022 at the Circuit Zandvoort in Zandvoort, the Netherlands. The race was won by defending winner Max Verstappen.

The race ran over a distance of 72 laps and was the 34th overall running of the Dutch Grand Prix and the 32nd time the event has been held as part of the Formula One World Championship, as well as the 32nd World Championship race held at the Circuit Zandvoort.


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The accusations on social media were stoked by the impact the virtual safety car that followed Tsunoda's retirement had on the race, favouring Max Verstappen at the expense of Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and George Russell.
Red Bull head of strategy Hannah Schmitz has been the victim of online abuse as a result.
The drama began when emerging from his pitstop Tsunoda suspected that a ...

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The capacity crowd at Zandvoort was treated to exactly what it wanted as Max Verstappen triumphed on home soil to take his win tally for 2022 into double digits. For those watching on TV, they were treated to what they wanted too as, after the race initially appeared to be a damp squib, it evolved beautifully into a tactical grudge match with a satisfying late pass for the spoils.
It was ...

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After being pushed hard by Ferrari in qualifying, it was Mercedes who emerged as Red Bull’s closest contender on race day with Lewis Hamilton and George Russell showing great pace.
But some late strategy calls left Hamilton fuming over the radio after Mercedes kept him out during the safety car, leaving him powerless to stop Verstappen from passing him on the restart for the lead.
So why ...

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Verstappen scored his 10th victory of the season at Zandvoort on Sunday after overtaking Lewis Hamilton on the final safety car restart using fresh tyres.
Mercedes managed to get Hamilton and teammate George Russell into contention after opting for a one-stop strategy and displaying good pace on both the medium and the hard tyre.
Had it not been for a Virtual Safety Car period, Verstappen ...

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Red Bull has agreed in principle to let Gasly go to Alpine as replacement for the departing Fernando Alonso, freeing up a slot at AlphaTauri.
Horner has suggested that Herta is the only choice to replace Gasly, and that Red Bull won’t release the Frenchman if the IndyCar star is not able to take up the seat – which would leave Alpine searching for another driver.
The challenge is that ...

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Mercedes made an ambitious one-stop strategy work by fitting Lewis Hamilton and George Russell with the hard at the end of their first stint, bringing them into contention for victory.
Red Bull committed to a two-stop strategy with Verstappen, who was set to emerge from the pits behind both Mercedes cars after making his final pit stop.
But a VSC called following Yuki Tsunoda's stoppage on ...

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The Dutch Grand Prix proved to be another tough one for Ferrari as it faced fresh dramas in the pitlane that derailed its hopes of a better result.
Carlos Sainz had been battling Lewis Hamilton over the first stint before it went wrong at his first stop when Ferrari failed to have all the tyres ready for the Spaniard.
Later on, during the intensity of the late safety car stops, Sainz was ...

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It will be the first time that the 51-year-old has driven a near-contemporary F1 car since his last race with BMW Sauber at Hockenheim in 2006.
The chance came about through his relationship with broadcaster Canal+, and is part of a 25th anniversary celebration of his world championship title, achieved with a Renault-powered Williams in 1997.
Villeneuve drove for the Enstone team in the ...

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Hamilton was left furious after Mercedes elected to keep him out on old mediums at the late safety car in Zandvoort, which left him exposed to Max Verstappen behind him who had stopped for fresh softs.
The situation had further shifted against Hamilton when his teammate George Russell, who had initially been behind him and could have acted as a buffer to Verstappen, was stopped for fresh softs ...

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Verstappen led from pole, ahead of the Ferraris of Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz. They all started on soft tyres, whereas Mercedes duo Lewis Hamilton and George Russell opted for mediums from the start – which allowed them to target a one-stop strategy after switching to hards.
That strategy was ruined by an odd-looking scenario with AlphaTauri’s Yuki Tsunoda stopping on track ...

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Although ultimately it was a matter for F1’s Contract Recognition Board, and cost Alpine nearly £540,000 in legal fees, it also included the situation descending at times into personal insults.
Piastri has faced accusations of lacking ‘integrity’ by Alpine team principal Otmar Szafnauer for turning his back on the squad that helped guide his career as part of its young driver Academy ...

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Tsunoda pulled up at the side of the track on Lap 43, reporting to AlphaTauri over the radio that not all of his tyres were fitted correctly.
Thirty seconds later, Tsunoda was told to continue as there was no data suggesting anything was wrong. He returned to the pits to have his seatbelts retightened and a different set of tyres fitted to his car.
But soon after going back out on track ...

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The McLaren driver is being replaced by Piastri for 2023, after the youngster was grabbed by the Woking-based squad from the grasps of Alpine.
Piastri's signing came ahead of McLaren agreeing on a contract termination with Ricciardo, meaning he would not see out the third and final year of his original deal.
The Piastri matter went all the way to F1's Contract Recognition Board and, amid the ...

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Sainz had been running third in the early stages of the 72-lap race ahead of the charging Mercedes of Lewis Hamilton, before the Ferrari driver's race unravelled in the pits.
In order to combat Hamilton's strong pace on the medium tyres, Ferrari elected to react by calling Sainz to pit to try and maintain track position.
However, the call was made while Sainz was in the final corner which ...

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During the safety car period produced by Valtteri Bottas' stranded Alfa Romeo, Russell took the opportunity to call his own shots and asked for a set of soft tyres to complete the final stages of the race.
Running second at that point, Russell conceded the place to race winner Max Verstappen as Hamilton stayed out on used mediums, which ultimately cost him the lead as Verstappen stalked the ...

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Verstappen controlled proceedings at the front of the pack for much of Sunday's race at Zandvoort, only for a late-race safety car following Valtteri Bottas's stoppage to throw a curveball.
Red Bull opted to give up track position and pit Verstappen for a fresh set of soft tyres, while Mercedes kept Lewis Hamilton out on his existing set of mediums ahead of teammate George Russell to sit first ...

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When a full safety car period was called for Valtteri Bottas stopping at Turn 1 with engine failure, Red Bull pitted Max Verstappen to switch to softs while Mercedes initially kept both Hamilton and teammate Russell out to move into a 1-2.
A lap into the safety car period Russell was then pitted for softs by Mercedes, with Hamilton kept out on his older mediums to lead at the restart from ...

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Who is leading the 2022 F1 World Championship Drivers' points?
Red Bull’s reigning champion Verstappen scored a maximum 26 points at Zandvoort and his lead in the World Championship is up to 109 points over Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc, who moves back to second in points ahead of Verstappen’s teammate Sergio Perez.
Perez is level with Leclerc on 201 points, with Mercedes’ George Russell ...

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The Mercedes team principal explained his squad's call to leave Lewis Hamilton out on medium tyres in the lead while Red Bull pitted Max Verstappen for softs under a late safety car in the Zandvoort race.
Under the same safety car, Mercedes pitted George Russell for softs, putting him behind Verstappen on track in third place, to split its strategy for the sprint to the finish.
The call ...

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Although Verstappen won from pole and initially looked to have Leclerc easily covered, Mercedes' race pace brought it into play with a one-stop strategy versus Red Bull's planned two services.
That gave Lewis Hamilton a sniff of an unlikely win, before he initially lost that then regained during dramatic virtual and the full safety car periods close to the end of the race.
When the lights ...

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Although the Zandvoort circuit has made clear already that flares should not be taken in to the venue, that has not stopped some fans sneaking them in.
But the problems became extreme on Saturday when, on two separate occasions, orange flares were thrown on to the track during qualifying.
The first flare landed in the middle of the circuit and triggered a red flag, while a second flare ...

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A combination of factors in Britain has triggered a huge increase in energy bills for consumers, but things are even worse for businesses as there is no system to put a cap on prices.
Mercedes has found that over the course of 2022 its energy costs have tripled – and look set to get even worse over the winter as prices are again expected to escalate.
With the F1 team having few options to ...

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Mercedes endured a difficult Belgian Grand Prix last weekend as Hamilton finished more than a second off Max Verstappen’s pole time in qualifying on Saturday. He then retired from the race after a first-lap clash with Fernando Alonso.
But Mercedes bounced back at Zandvoort as Hamilton qualified fourth despite being forced to lift off during his final Q3 lap, which he thought cost him a ...

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Championship leader Verstappen pipped Leclerc to pole position in qualifying at Zandvoort on Saturday, edging the Ferrari driver out by just two hundredths of a second in Q3.
Overtaking is notoriously difficult around the tight Zandvoort layout, making it important for Leclerc to get the jump on Verstappen early on for the best chance of reducing the 98-point gap between them in the ...

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The performance came after it emerged that he won’t be part of the Ferrari family next year, and is set to be dropped by Haas.
Schumacher sailed through the first two parts of Zandvoort qualifying in 12th and ninth places before earning eighth in the final session, helped by a hydraulic problem keeping Lance Stroll in the Aston Martin garage.
“Obviously we still have tomorrow ...

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Herta is being lined up by Red Bull as a replacement for Pierre Gasly, should a deal be concluded for the Frenchman to be released to join Alpine.
However, Herta currently has only 32 of the 40 points required to get a superlicence, unless the FIA uses force majeure to grant him one. The governing body is already looking into his case.
Speaking to Motorsport.com, Red Bull’s Helmut Marko ...

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Red Bull's Max Verstappen will start his home race from pole position after edging out Ferrari rival Charles Leclerc by just 0.021s. 
Carlos Sainz will line up third on the grid following a much better showing from Scuderia in qualifying compared to a week ago in Belgium, when it was no match to the two Red Bulls.
Mercedes duo Lewis Hamilton and George Russell will take the start in ...

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Leclerc had led the way after the first fliers in Q3 and set an even quicker first sector time on his final run to conclude qualifying.
But he could not then even better his personal best in sector two, which ended up being costly for Leclerc as a purple sector in the final third meant the Ferrari driver wound up 0.021s adrift of pole when everything had shaken out in the aftermath of Sergio ...

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Alonso, who had sailed through Q1 in ninth place and was eighth after the first runs in Q2, ended the session in 13th.
The two-time champion found Perez's Red Bull running slowly on an in-lap through the Turn 9 right-hander.
The Spaniard was convinced that the had the potential to start well inside the top 10, and made his frustration clear on team radio after realising that he had been ...

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Verstappen will start ahead of the Ferraris of Charles Leclerc and 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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Dutch GP: Verstappen pips Leclerc to pole by 0.021s.


Dutch Grand Prix qualifying results: Verstappen on pole from ...

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Mercedes bounced back from a difficult weekend at Spa to qualify fourth and sixth for the Dutch Grand Prix with Hamilton and teammate George Russell getting in the mix with the Ferrari and Red Bull cars.
Hamilton ended qualifying four-tenths of a second off Max Verstappen's pole position time, but was forced to abandon his final effort in Q3 following a spin for Sergio Perez.
"I think if we ...

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The second part of 2022 qualifying at Zandvoort was halted after a lit flare was thrown from the grandstand overlooking the exit of Turn 12 and the final part of the track's stadium-like section, while a second flare was dropped near the pit exit in Q3.
It is understood that the second flare did not reach the track, but its orange smoke could be seen billowing through the barriers ahead of the ...

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Verstappen ended up with pole after reversing Leclerc's advantage from the opening Q1 runs, with the session marred by fans throwing flares onto the Zandvoort track, causing Q2 to be briefly suspended.
Leclerc led Verstappen by 0.059s after the first Q3 runs, with the 2022 frontrunners converging on pace after Red Bull's tricky start to the weekend.
The Ferrari driver set the quickest times ...

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Paddock insiders have suggested that the ease with Piastri was able to walk away from Alpine after the team had invested heavily in bringing him through the ranks will discourage people from spending in the future.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff noted at Spa that “it's important that junior programmes are being respected,” while RBR’s Christian Horner expressed similar sentiments, saying ...

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The American has emerged as a candidate for an AlphaTauri seat should one become available if Pierre Gasly goes to Alpine.
Drivers need 40 points to get a superlicence based on their best three performances over the previous four seasons, with an extra year now included to cover the years affected by COVID-19.
Heading into 2023 Herta will only have 32 points based on his best three IndyCar ...

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After leading a Ferrari 1-2 in second practice on Friday evening, Leclerc continued his good form so far this weekend at Zandvoort by closing out FP3 at the top of the timesheets.
Leclerc finished just 0.066 seconds clear of Mercedes driver Russell, while home favourite Max Verstappen could only muster third place, a further tenth of a second off the pace.
It came after Verstappen had ...

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McLaren announced before the Belgian GP that it will be parting company with Ricciardo at the end of this season.
Alpine, Haas and Williams all have open seats that could be options for Ricciardo.
The Australian has indicated that he wants to get through the Spa/Zandvoort/Monza triple-header before taking a serious look at what is available with his management team.
"I'm certainly like ...

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F1’s Contract Recognition Board announced on Friday that Piastri's only valid contract for 2023 was with McLaren, putting an end to the dispute with Alpine which claimed to have a deal in place for him to replace Fernando Alonso. 
Piastri opened up about the saga in an interview with F1 that was published on Saturday, revealing the way in which Alpine handled matters was “upsetting” ...

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In the wake of the Contract Recognition Board deciding that Alpine has no claims to the Australian for next year, it has been confirmed that he will be joining McLaren in 2023.
For now, Piastri remains as Alpine’s official reserve driver – and he is continuing to work with the Enstone-based squad in its simulator over this weekend.
But with his future being elsewhere, and him joining one ...

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