Formula 1 2022 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix results

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2022-04-24
4
Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari
63
Max Verstappen VER
Max Verstappen VER
Max Verstappen
lap 55 - 1:18.446
VER

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

The race in Italy was round 4 of 22 of the 2022 season.

weather conditions

Weather conditions at 24 April 2022 13:00 GMT (raceday).

Mostly Cloudy
rain
62.64°F
53%
14.34 mph
219°
 

results

# driver constructor laps time points
1 63 1:32:07.986 26
2 63 +16.527 18
3 63 +34.834 15
4 63 +42.506 12
5 63 +43.181 10
6 63 +56.072 8
7 63 +1:01.110 6
8 63 +1:10.892 4
9 63 +1:15.260 2
10 62 +1 Lap 1
11 62 +1 Lap 0
12 62 +1 Lap 0
13 62 +1 Lap 0
14 62 +1 Lap 0
15 62 +1 Lap 0
16 62 +1 Lap 0
17 62 +1 Lap 0
18 62 +1 Lap 0
6 Collision damage 0
0 Collision 0

grid

# driver constructor time
1 Max Verstappen Red Bull 1:27.999
2 Charles Leclerc Ferrari +0.779
3 Lando Norris McLaren +1.132
4 Kevin Magnussen Haas F1 Team +1.165
5 Fernando Alonso Alpine F1 Team +1.203
6 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren +1.743
7 Sergio Pérez Red Bull +1.809
8 Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo +2.440
9 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin +3.063
10 Carlos Sainz Ferrari +-1:-10.0-9
11 George Russell Mercedes +-1:-8.-242
12 Mick Schumacher Haas F1 Team +-1:-8.-83
13 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes +-1:-7.-861
14 Guanyu Zhou Alfa Romeo +-1:-7.-565
15 Lance Stroll Aston Martin +0.120
16 Yuki Tsunoda AlphaTauri +-1:-8.-525
17 Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri +-1:-8.-267
18 Nicholas Latifi Williams +-1:-7.-28
19 Esteban Ocon Alpine F1 Team +-1:-6.-661
20 Alexander Albon Williams

driver positions through the laps

2022 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix

The 2022 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix (officially known as the Formula 1 Rolex Gran Premio del Made in Italy e dell'Emilia-Romagna 2022) was a Formula One motor race held on 24 April 2022 at the Autodromo Internazionale Enzo e Dino Ferrari in Imola, Italy. It was the first Grand Prix weekend of the 2022 season to utilize the Formula One sprint racing format.The race was won by Max Verstappen, ahead of Sergio Pérez and Lando Norris in second and third, respectively. It was Red Bull Racing's first 1–2 finish since the 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix, as well as Verstappen's second career grand slam, having started in pole position after winning the sprint race from first position on Saturday, and set the fastest lap while leading every lap of the race he won on Sunday. Championship leader Charles Leclerc finished sixth, while his teammate Carlos Sainz Jr. retired on lap 1 after a collision with Daniel Ricciardo at turn 1.


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After Charles Leclerc and Ferrari utterly dominated the Australian Grand Prix to grab an early advantage in the 2022 Formula 1 season, Max Verstappen and Red Bull repaid the favour at Imola ? profiting from both the sprint race format and Leclerc's late error at the Variante Alta.
F1 returned to Europe for the first time since the tentative days of the opening pre-season test in Barcelona ...

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The Woking-based squad endured a difficult start to the 2022 campaign, with brake problems marring the final pre-season test and it subsequently having a tough first event in Bahrain that it left without any points.
Since then, however, its car has looked more competitive and, at Imola last weekend, Lando Norris was able to qualify third in the wet/dry Friday session before finishing behind Red ...

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The annual cap on what team's can spend fell from $145m in 2021 to $140m this season.
However, the rising costs of many items that fall under the cap have made it even harder than anticipated for the bigger players to stay under it without compromising car development.
Several teams have been lobbying hard for an increase in the cap, or other form of adjustment, although some have indicated ...

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The Alpine team was deemed by the FIA stewards to have performed an unsafe release after Ocon emerged side-by-side with Hamilton, forcing the Mercedes driver to cede him the position.
Ocon received a five-second time penalty for the incident, and having finished in 11th place with a queue of cars behind him the Alpine driver slipped to 14th in the final results.
The pitlane incident happened ...

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From 13th on the grid he jumped up to ninth on the first lap, later gaining a spot when Fernando Alonso retired.
He moved up another place when he jumped Kevin Magnussen in the pits after being among the first to switch to slicks, leaving him in seventh for much of the race. He gained another position when Charles Leclerc spun, but lost out to Yuki Tsunoda and the recovering Leclerc.
The ...

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From 11th on the grid at Imola, Russell made a good start and had a superb race to fourth place in the tricky wet/dry event.
Hamilton, meanwhile, spent most of the race stuck behind Pierre Gasly's AlphaTauri, but gained a place when Esteban Ocon was hit with a five-second penalty for an unsafe release in front of Hamilton in the pits.
It marked the third race in a row that Russell had ...

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Max Verstappen scored his second victory of the 2022 season by controlling proceedings in the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, leading home Red Bull team-mate Sergio Perez.
It marked Red Bull?s first 1-2 finish since the 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix as it capitalised on a difficult race for Ferrari on home turf.
Carlos Sainz retired on the opening lap after contact with Daniel Ricciardo, while ...

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Leclerc had looked on course for a guaranteed third place towards the end of Sunday's race at Imola, with Red Bull duo Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez in front.
However, on lap 50, Ferrari elected to pit Leclerc for soft tyres in a bid to try to get the Monegasque at least one more position.
The strategy reset effectively meant the top three cars would all be on fresh rubber, and that could ...

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The German car manufacturer has had a difficult start to the 2022 season, with its W13 suffering from porpoising which is compromising its performance.
The team has found that to stop its car bouncing it needs to raise the right high so much that it gives away a lot of downforce, and therefore laptime.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff apologised to Lewis Hamilton on team radio at the end of the ...

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Verstappen won the award following his 2021 F1 title triumph over former Laureus award winner Lewis Hamilton, who jointly won the 2020 edition of the awards with footballing great Lionel Messi.
The Dutchman beat American football icon Tom Brady, Bayern Munich and Poland striker Robert Lewandowski, marathon running legend Eliud Kipchoge, swimmer Caeleb Dressel - who won five gold medals at the ...

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The bouncing phenomenon has returned to F1 as a consequence of the new ground effect cars that have been designed to try to help improve the racing.
While some teams have managed to get a better handle on the matter, Mercedes is one of the teams that has suffered the most from it.
And beyond the competitive compromises that the porpoising has forced upon Mercedes, Russell has confessed to ...

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The Red Bull driver dominated the Imola weekend, taking pole position, the sprint race win and victory in the grand prix plus the bonus point for fastest lap, to take maximum points from the Emilia Romagna GP weekend.
Verstappen?s title hopes were given a boost when championship leader Leclerc, who had been hunting down Sergio Perez for second place, spun off at the Variante Alta chicane with ...

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Sainz had made a poor getaway from fourth, but appeared to have consolidated fifth place as the pack turned into the left-hand apex of the Tamburello chicane.
But Ricciardo, who had been on the Spaniard's inside, understeered into the Ferrari's sidepod and spun Sainz into the gravel, before receiving a secondary hit from behind from Valtteri Bottas's Alfa Romeo.
After digging himself out of ...

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Hamilton had got dumped behind Gasly after the mid-race switch to slicks, having lost some time when Alpine?s Esteban Ocon was released into his path on the way out of the pits.
But despite Hamilton appearing to have an overall pace advantage over Gasly ahead of him, the Mercedes driver was unable to find a way past the Frenchman as he did not quite have the straightline speed to drag past on ...

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Max Verstappen controlled proceedings at the front of the field from pole position to win the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, negotiating the switch from wet to dry conditions well before ultimately crossing the line 16 seconds clear of teammate Sergio Perez.
Perez enjoyed a close battle with Ferrari's Charles Leclerc through much of the race, but saw out the closing stages without any pressure ...

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The seven-time world champion endured a hugely frustrating Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, as he was left a "sitting duck" when he got trapped in a DRS train and ended up a lowly 13th.
After the race, team boss Toto Wolff apologised to Hamilton over team radio for being given an "undriveable" car.
Hamilton's title chances now look incredibly slim and, after being lapped by race winner Max ...

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Verstappen dominated a wet-dry race from pole position to lead home a Red Bull 1-2 over teammate Sergio Perez.
Ferrari?s disastrous home race began when Carlos Sainz was taken out by McLaren?s Daniel Ricciardo at the first corner, and was compounded when Leclerc spun into the barrier while attempting to pressure Perez. He was forced to pit for a new nose and front wing, dropping to ninth ...

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Leclerc was on course for a comfortable third place behind the dominant Red Bulls of winner Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez and was just looking to salvage a result on Ferrari home soil after teammate Carlos Sainz was taken out on the first lap.
But on lap 53 of the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, Leclerc spun off at the Variante Alta chicane, damaging his front wing after contact with the outside ...

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After a poor start to the 2022 season where McLaren was well off the pace at the season opener in Bahrain, the Woking-based team has staged an impressive recovery to haul itself closer the front.
At an Imola track where he also finished third last year, Norris qualified third in the rain-hit Q3 session on Friday.
Although he dropped down to fifth in the sprint, a consistent drive on Sunday ...

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Verstappen nailed his launch in slippery conditions following a pre-race shower at Imola to jump rival Leclerc and then he took control of the race with a run of fastest laps.
With Leclerc also ceding a place to Perez into the opening sequence of corners, Saturday sprint race winner Verstappen did not look under threat as he romped to a win by 16.5s.
Ferrari had rolled the dice with a late ...

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Having qualified only 13th after struggling to get temperature into his Pirellis, it was logical to expect to see the seven-time F1 world champion make some progress, and at least get himself into the top 10 for the start of the main race on Sunday.
In fact, he lost a couple of places at the start, and at the end of 21 laps had only managed to recover to 14th. His teammate George Russell fared ...

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Alonso qualified sixth for Alpine on Friday in wet conditions, but struggled with tyre degradation in the sprint race, causing him to slip back to ninth place over the 21-lap event.
It has left Alonso on the fifth row of the grid for Sunday?s main grand prix, which looks set to be hit by rain at some stage.
A heavy shower hit Imola following the Formula 2 feature race on Sunday, leaving ...

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Vettel's contract with Aston Martin ends this year and, when asked about his future in Imola, the former world champion said he had not yet made a decision, while acknowledging that he can't wait too long before telling the team of his intentions.
He also made it clear that his decision will be influenced by the progress that the troubled team makes in 2022, noting "it will depend on obviously ...

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The world champion bounced back from a poor start at Imola on Saturday to launch a penultimate lap overtake on Leclerc to take the win that secures him pole for Sunday's main grand prix.
But despite the thrilling nature of his pass, and the extra points he has earned, Verstappen says his long-standing dislike of the sprint weekends has not been quelled.
He has cited in the past that he does ...

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Ricciardo was sidelined by a power unit issue in the second and final practice session on Saturday morning, while teammate Lando Norris managed only six laps due to a brake system problem.
Although Norris slipped from third on the starting grid from the sprint race to finish fifth ahead of Ricciardo in P6, McLaren only trailed the Ferrari and Red Bull cars, making it the third-fastest ...

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For the start of the 2022 season, the maximum temperature that tyres can be heated before they are fitted to the cars has been reduced to 70 degrees Celsius.
Up until last year, the fronts could be heated to 100?C while the rears were allowed to be warmed to 80?C.
The shift in temperatures has triggered some warm-up issues for drivers when coming out of the pits, and in races has made the ...

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The German car manufacturer's competitive struggles have hit a season low (so far) at Imola, with neither Lewis Hamilton nor George Russell making it in to the top ten in qualifying.
The pair did not make much progress in the sprint race either, and are at risk of coming away from the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix without any points at all.
Mercedes' failure to make progress in closing the gap ...

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Red Bull's Max Verstappen will start the race from pole position after repassing Ferrari rival Charles Leclerc on the penultimate lap of Saturday's sprint event.
Verstappen's teammate Sergio Perez will line up third, just ahead of Carlos Sainz in the second Ferrari.
George Russell will be the top Mercedes driver on the grid in 11th, three places ahead of teammate Lewis Hamilton.
When is ...

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Leclerc took the lead at the start when pole-starter Verstappen suffered a terrible getaway.
But reigning champion Verstappen came back at him in the closing stages, and took the lead with two laps to go to grab the official mantle of pole position for Sunday?s Grand Prix.
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Zhou clashed with Pierre Gasly on the opening lap of the Imola sprint race, suffering heavy damage to both the front and rear of his Alfa Romeo F1 car after spinning across the track into the inside wall at Piratella.
The Alfa Romeo mechanics faced a lengthy car rebuild which meant the team worked on the car both after the curfew and under parc ferme conditions.
The incident was referred to ...

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McLaren got off to a disastrous start the 2009 season as Brawn GP seized the initiative with its double diffuser, and then Red Bull Racing became a regular winner.
It the first half of the season, Hamilton scored only a fourth, sixth and seventh place, and regularly finished outside the points.
However, the Woking team worked hard to develop its troublesome car, and Hamilton eventually ...

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In the immediate aftermath of Mercedes's exit from Q2 at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, a still helmeted Hamilton was seen in an intense chat with Wolff at the back of the team garage.
Some observers had suggested that the pair were arguing over how Mercedes had approached qualifying, and the supposed row was the first evidence of tension between them over the current performance ...

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Brawn originally wanted to hold six events this season, but after a debate with the teams about the potential cost of damage within the constraints of the budget cap it was agreed to stick with three sprints, as was the case last year.
However sprints are one of the items on the agenda of Tuesday?s meeting of the F1 Commission, where an increase for next year will be discussed once ...

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During Friday qualifying, Mercedes missed out on Q3 for the first time since the 2012 Japanese Grand Prix, with George Russell qualifying 11th and Lewis Hamilton down in 13th.
That made the underperforming Brackley team's exercise in damage limitation, which it had executed well in F1 2022's first three races, an extremely difficult task at Imola.
But while Mercedes was hoping to benefit ...

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Sainz started the Saturday sprint event at Imola in 10th place after crashing out in Q2, and he put in a charging drive up to fourth place behind Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez.
He will thus start Sunday's grand prix from that position.
Sainz admitted that the qualifying crash had been a low from which he has to learn lessons.
"Very painful," he said when asked by ...

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Magnussen was one of just three drivers to start the 21-lap sprint race on mediums, along with Haas teammate Mick Schumacher and Nicholas Latifi of Williams.
While Magnussen was able to hold on to fourth place at the start, staying ahead of Daniel Ricciardo and Sergio Perez, he soon found the mediums were not giving him enough pace to compete with the soft-shod runners behind.
Magnussen was ...

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The championship leader appeared to have stolen a march over his Red Bull rival for most of the Saturday afternoon sprint race at Imola at he sat beyond DRS range and was 1.7s clear.
But the tide began to change on lap 15 of 21 when Verstappen commenced a run of personal best sector times to bring the gap down to 1.1s before dipping under a second to gain DRS.
His first run with the ...

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The Red Bull driver had a poor getaway from pole position and lost the advantage to Ferrari's Leclerc, who began to open up a clear advantage at the front after an early safety car period.
But Leclerc's fortunes turned when he began suffering graining on his right front tyre, and his pace fell away.
That handed the advantage back to Verstappen, who pushed hard to get himself within DRS range ...

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