Formula 1 2022 Italian Grand Prix results

data

2022-09-11
16
Autodromo Nazionale di Monza
53
Max Verstappen VER
Charles Leclerc LEC
Sergio Pérez
lap 46 - 1:24.30
PER

The 2022 Italian Grand Prix was won by Max Verstappen of Red Bull.
Despite being on pole position in Italy, Charles Leclerc could not convert this into a win.

The race in Italy was round 16 of 22 of the 2022 season.

weather conditions

Weather conditions at 11 September 2022 13:00 GMT (raceday).

Clear
79.03°F
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3.73 mph
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results

# driver F1 constructor laps time points
1 53 1:20:27.511 25
2 53 +2.446 18
3 53 +3.405 15
4 53 +5.061 12
5 53 +5.380 10
6 53 +6.091 9
7 53 +6.207 6
8 53 +6.396 4
9 53 +7.122 2
10 53 +7.910 1
11 53 +8.323 0
12 53 +8.549 0
13 52 +1 Lap 0
14 52 +1 Lap 0
15 52 +1 Lap 0
16 52 +1 Lap 0
45 Oil leak 0
39 Engine 0
31 Water pressure 0
10 Engine 0

grid

# driver F1 constructor time
1 Charles Leclerc Ferrari 1:20.161
2 Max Verstappen Red Bull +0.145
3 Carlos Sainz Ferrari +0.268
4 Sergio Pérez Red Bull +1.045
5 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes +1.363
6 George Russell Mercedes +1.381
7 Lando Norris McLaren +1.423
8 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren +1.764
9 Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri +2.487
10 Fernando Alonso Alpine F1 Team +1.700
11 Esteban Ocon Alpine F1 Team +1.969
12 Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo +2.074
13 Nyck de Vries Williams +2.310
14 Guanyu Zhou Alfa Romeo +2.416
15 Yuki Tsunoda AlphaTauri +1.859
16 Nicholas Latifi Williams +2.426
17 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin +2.475
18 Lance Stroll Aston Martin +2.587
19 Kevin Magnussen Haas F1 Team +2.747
20 Mick Schumacher Haas F1 Team +2.844

driver positions through the laps

2022 Italian Grand Prix

The 2022 Italian Grand Prix (officially known as the Formula 1 Pirelli Gran Premio d’Italia 2022) was a Formula One motor race held on 11 September 2022 at the Monza Circuit in Monza, Italy. Daniel Ricciardo entered the race as the defending winner, having won the previous Italian Grand Prix. The race was won by Max Verstappen following a controversial safety car finish, with Charles Leclerc and George Russell taking second and third place respectively. The race also saw Nyck de Vries score points on his race debut in Formula One.


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Although drivers taking the chequered flag under caution meant Max Verstappen was unchallenged at the end, Horner believes that not having the cars racing to the line was bad for the sport.
He says it went against a core principle that teams have long agreed on, that it is essential races do not end with the safety cars and leave fans disappointed.
While the FIA has blamed problems in ...

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For the fifth race in a row, Max Verstappen and Red Bull walked off victorious.
Unlike at his home race the weekend before, this time at Formula 1's 2022 Italian Grand Prix the world champion did so with a chorus of boos rather than adoring cheers ringing out.
But both those developments don't tell the full story of the Monza weekend in isolation – as Red Bull's brilliance in defeating ...

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Wolff believes that the fallout from last year’s Abu Dhabi controversy gave them confidence to withstand any outside pressure for the race to finish under green flag conditions.
The safety car emerged late in the race after Daniel Ricciardo’s McLaren stopped on track with an apparent engine failure.
Marshals could not push the car because it was stuck in gear, and it took some time to ...

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Sebastian Vettel's stranded Aston Martin triggered a VSC on lap 11 at Monza, and Ferrari used the opportunity to pit Leclerc for fresh rubber.
That move, so early in the race, moved the Monegasque on to a two-stop strategy and out of kilter with runaway leader Verstappen who was a one-stop.
But while some have questioned whether or not Ferrari made a blunder in making the stop then, rival ...

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Albon fell ill on Saturday morning and had to sit out the rest of the Italian Grand Prix weekend, with his Williams seat being taken up by reserve driver Nyck de Vries.
On Monday Williams announced that Albon suffered "complications which led to respiratory failure" after the procedure, which meant Albon had to be re-intubated and moved to the San Gerardo hospital's intensive care unit.
With ...

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Drugovich wrapped up the F2 title at Monza on Saturday with three races remaining, putting him on the radar for a possible role with an F1 team for next year amid links to Aston Martin.
Aston Martin announced on Monday that Drugovich had joined its young driver programme, and that he would make his FP1 debut at the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Drugovich is also set for an extensive ...

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De Vries was called in to replace Alex Albon at Williams for the remainder of the Monza weekend on Saturday when the latter was ruled out with appendicitis.
The one-time Formula E champion qualified 13th – though started eighth due to grid penalties for others – and went on to finish his debut F1 race in ninth despite receiving a reprimand for erratic driving under the late safety ...

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While there has yet to be official confirmation that Schumacher won’t be retained, team boss Gunther Steiner has been actively talking to other candidates in recent weeks.
Antonio Giovinazzi, who drove for the team in FP1 in Monza last weekend, has been high in the list for some time. 
He’s the favoured choice of engine partner Ferrari, although Steiner says that the Italian marque ...

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While nothing has been confirmed by the team, an important step towards a deal was taken when the Brazilian clinched the F2 title in Monza on Saturday.
That officially guaranteed him a superlicence for 2023 and also ensured that he can now afford to do an FP1 run in Abu Dhabi without it distracting from him an F2 title showdown.
Aston Martin gave one of its two FP1 rookie slots to Nyck de ...

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The race at Monza on Sunday ended under caution after a set of circumstances meant officials ran out of time to conduct a restart.
With Daniel Ricciardo's car having stopped at the side of the track six laps from the end of the race and triggered a safety-car period, there should normally have been plenty of time to get the race resumed.
However, the car being stuck in gear meant marshals ...

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The reigning Formula 1 world champion recovered from a five-place grid drop for an engine change to take his fifth consecutive victory by beating home favourite Ferrari's Charles Leclerc.
Verstappen had been leading the race after Ferrari polesitter Charles Leclerc made a second pitstop to change onto a set of soft tyres. The Red Bull driver, who was running a one-stop strategy on medium tyres ...

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Leclerc led from pole position, elbowing Mercedes’ George Russell wide at the first corner, but he made an early pitstop during a virtual safety car period on Lap 12. That allowed Verstappen, who charged his way up from seventh on the grid, into the lead.
Leclerc led again when Verstappen pitted near the half distance point, but the Ferrari team leader went for a second stop when it became ...

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The 2020/2021 Formula E champion was drafted in to replace Alex Albon on Saturday at Monza after the Thai driver was struck down by appendicitis.
De Vries qualified a solid 13th before being promoted to eighth due to a raft of grid penalties being applied to drivers ahead of him.
The Dutchman would only lose one place in the race to finish his debut in ninth, keeping that result despite ...

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Red Bull driver Verstappen had been leading the race after Ferrari polesitter Charles Leclerc made a second pitstop to change back onto a set of soft tyres.
He had been closing slowly on Verstappen, who was running a one-stop strategy on medium tyres, when Daniel Ricciardo stopped his McLaren between the two Lesmo corners with his car stuck in gear.
The car could not be moved back behind the ...

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The Dutchman, a late call-up into the Williams team after Alex Albon was sidelined with appendicitis, spent almost the entirety of the race defending from Zhou as he sought to preserve a points-scoring debut run and was classified ninth at the flag.
Zhou was within a second of de Vries for the majority of the race, but was unable to mount an assault on the Williams stand-in as the two were ...

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Verstappen can wrap up his second successive world title next time out in Singapore, following his fifth consecutive race victory on Sunday.
Who is leading the 2022 F1 World Championship Drivers' points?
Red Bull’s reigning champion Verstappen scored 25 points at Monza and his lead in the World Championship is up to 116 points over Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc, who maintains second in the ...

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Although the safety car brought out for Daniel Ricciardo's stranded McLaren cemented Max Verstappen's 11th victory of the season, Horner was adamant that it was not the manner he wished the race to end.
The safety car initially picked up George Russell instead of Verstappen, which prolonged the time spent under safety car conditions, and thus meant that the cars it had let go to eventually lock ...

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The Ferrari driver had led in the opening stages at Monza from pole position but elected to go for an early change of tyres when there was a virtual safety car period prompted by Sebastian Vettel's retirement.
That move put him on an alternative two-stop strategy, with the extra stop and lack of pace compared to eventual winner Max Verstappen leaving him well adrift as the laps counted ...

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Polesitter Leclerc defied expectation by running a two-stop strategy but his late push on fresh tyres failed to produce enough pace to reel in the champion as Verstappen rose from seventh.
Leclerc had his hopes bolstered by a late safety car that had the potential to throw a spanner in the works, but it was slow to pick up the leaders and duly denied a thrilling sprint to the finish and ...

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But while the arguments about the pros and cons of the penalty system look set to rage forever, one thing that the paddock seems united on is that a lengthy wait for a confirmed grid order is not a good look for a modern sport like F1.
The near four-hour wait for the provisional grid at Monza prompted anger on social media and criticisms about some of the antiquated ways things are ...

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Colton and his dad Bryan, who looks after his son's interests and runs his IndyCar strategy from the Andretti Autosport pit stand, are awaiting a decision from the FIA regarding a superlicence request.
Herta Jr has 32 of the requisite 40 points on the FIA's system, which means he falls short of automatically getting the nod. The FIA has been asked to see if there are grounds to give him a ...

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The Dutchman is deputising for Alex Albon at Williams in the Italian GP, and will start the race from eighth on the grid after jumping into the FW44 for FP3.
He qualified 13th but has moved up five places thanks to penalties for other drivers.
De Vries, who serves as a reserve for Mercedes, Williams and Aston Martin, admitted that he never expected the job to lead to an opportunity to ...

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The Mercedes driver qualified fifth at Monza on Saturday but will start down in 19th having taken penalties for a power unit change.
Hamilton has enjoyed numerous successful charges through the field with Mercedes in his F1 career, but expects "everyone is going to be in a DRS train" in the race having struggled to follow and overtake Alfa Romeo's Valtteri Bottas in practice.
"I was behind ...

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McLaren proved more competitive this weekend and a spate of grid penalties has afforded its drivers a second row start, with Norris taking third on the grid ahead of Ricciardo.
The scenario is reminiscent of last year's running, when Ricciardo and Norris scored a sensational 1-2 for the team.
But with McLaren's gap to the frontrunners much bigger than last year, Norris doesn't think he and ...

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Tsunoda received a 10-place grid penalty for Monza after picking up his fifth reprimand of the season for driving back to the pits with his seatbelts loosened during the Dutch GP.
He had previously received a reprimand for driving unnecessarily slowly in Australia, which was followed by three others for impeding offences in Australia, Bahrain and Monaco.
Knowing that he was coming to Monza ...

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The Monegasque landed his 17th top fight pole to return to the top of the qualifying leader board for the first time since the French GP, when he spun into the wall while leading.
Leclerc topped the session by 0.145s over chief rival Max Verstappen as team-mate Carlos Sainz slotted into third, but the Red Bull drops five places for a new internal combustion engine while Sainz carries a back of ...

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The remarkable series of events that resulted in Alonso jumping ship to Aston Martin and it eventually losing Piastri to McLaren after a Contract Recognition Board ruling, means it is now remains on the hunt for a second driver for next season.
But beyond the practicalities of it being back to square one in its quest for a teammate for Esteban Ocon for 2023, there is lingering disappointment ...

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Ferrari's Charles Leclerc will start the race from pole position after topping qualifying on Saturday. Runaway championship leader Max Verstappen qualified his Red Bull in second but will take the start in seventh after taking on an additional engine behind his allocation.
Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez and Ferrari's Carlos Sainz have also been penalised for new power unit elements and will ...

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The MP Motorsport driver’s sprint race at Monza ended on the first lap after contact with Amaury Cordeel left him with broken suspension.
He was left to watch on as Theo Pourchaire failed to make up enough ground to close the gap and prolong the battle until Sunday’s feature race, finishing 17th.
Despite the strange way in which he sealed the championship, Drugovich says it was a “good ...

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Red Bull Racing RB18 detail
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Red Bull’s unique sidepod inlet design with an open top and large undercut undoubtedly has significant cooling and aerodynamic advantages. Also, note the detail in the mirror and stalk design, as both carefully dictate the airflow’s trajectory. Special mention to the L-shaped buttress near the cockpit, which has an overlapping ...

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Verstappen qualified second behind Ferrari's polesitter Charles Leclerc but was one of many drivers hit by grid penalties for exceeding the 2022 power unit allowance.
After having a fresh internal combustion engine added to his pool, Verstappen took a five-place penalty, although there was some uncertainty in the paddock on how that penalty would be applied.
Despite Carlos Sainz, Sergio ...

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Sources suggest that having reviewed the situation, FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem is keen to stick to the rules as laid down in the International Sporting Code, which do not provide a route to granting Herta a licence without implementing force majeure.
It's understood that Ben Sulayem is keen to stress that the FIA will follow the correct governance while at the same time stressing that ...

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Russell finished sixth in Saturday's qualifying at Monza, having been outpaced by teammate Lewis Hamilton in fifth and missing out on pole by 1.3 seconds.
But grid penalties for Hamilton, Ferrari's Carlos Sainz and Red Bull duo Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez ahead mean Russell will be promoted to second alongside poleman Charles Leclerc.
The Briton feels this starting position wasn't ...

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The defending Formula 1 world champion ran second in qualifying at Monza as he ceded 0.145s to Leclerc, while the other Ferrari of Carlos Sainz ran third and 0.268s adrift.
But Verstappen carries a five-place grid penalty into the race following a change of internal combustion engine on the advice of supplier Honda, as per team boss Christian Horner.
Verstappen felt he missed out on topping ...

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Leclerc was the lone favourite to start Sunday's race from pole given the grid penalties for his teammate Carlos Sainz and both Red Bulls of Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez.
But as Ferrari showed plenty of pace around the cathedral of speed, Leclerc was determined to take pole on merit and duly did with his final run in Q3.
After trailing Sainz by two tenths following the first barrage of ...

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Leclerc will start ahead of Mercedes’ George Russell 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.
A raft of grid penalties for power unit and gearbox changes means the starting grid is very much jumbled up from the qualifying order, with almost half the field affected. Red ...

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Regardless of Verstappen taking a five-place grid drop for a new internal combustion engine, Leclerc set the pace at Monza by a quarter of a second to the delight of the home fans as Sainz, who will start at the back of the grid, clocked third over Sergio Perez.
Ferrari had provisionally secured a 1-2 in Q3 as Sainz delivered a 1m20.584s on his first run in Q3, helped by a purple run through ...

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Red Bull is still waiting for an FIA decision the matter before it can press ahead with plans to release Pierre Gasly to Alpine, thus creating a slot for Herta at AlphaTauri.
Binotto joins fellow team bosses Toto Wolff, Fred Vasseur, Mike Krack and Gunther Steiner, who have all previously indicated that the FIA should stick the established points system. F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has expressed ...

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The Italian outfit raised some eyebrows in FP1 at Monza when Carlos Sainz was spotted running a floor design that had originally been used much earlier in the campaign.
It was replaced by a newer version that was trialled by Charles Leclerc at the French Grand Prix before being put in to race action, with Ferrari confident it had delivered a step forward in performance.

Ferrari F1-75 new ...

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