Formula 1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix results

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2022-10-02
17
Marina Bay Street Circuit
59
Sergio Pérez PER
Charles Leclerc LEC
George Russell
lap 54 - 1:46.458
RUS

The 2022 Singapore Grand Prix was won by Sergio Pérez of Red Bull.
Despite being on pole position in Singapore, Charles Leclerc could not convert this into a win.

The race in Singapore was round 17 of 22 of the 2022 season.

weather conditions

Weather conditions at 2 October 2022 12:00 GMT (raceday).

Possible Light Rain and Humid
rain
81.33°F
84%
3.64 mph
126°
 

results

# driver constructor laps time points
1 59 2:02:20.238 25
2 59 +2.595 18
3 59 +10.305 15
4 59 +21.133 12
5 59 +53.282 10
6 59 +56.330 8
7 59 +58.825 6
8 59 +1:00.032 4
9 59 +1:01.515 2
10 59 +1:09.576 1
11 59 +1:28.844 0
12 59 +1:32.610 0
13 58 +1 Lap 0
14 57 +2 Laps 0
34 Accident 0
26 Engine 0
25 Collision damage 0
20 Engine 0
7 Collision damage 0
6 Collision 0

grid

# driver constructor time
1 Charles Leclerc Ferrari 1:49.412
2 Sergio Pérez Red Bull +0.022
3 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes +0.054
4 Carlos Sainz Ferrari +0.171
5 Fernando Alonso Alpine F1 Team +0.554
6 Lando Norris McLaren +1.172
7 Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri +1.799
8 Max Verstappen Red Bull +1.983
9 Kevin Magnussen Haas F1 Team +2.161
10 Yuki Tsunoda AlphaTauri +2.571
11 George Russell Mercedes +4.600
12 Lance Stroll Aston Martin +4.799
13 Mick Schumacher Haas F1 Team +4.958
14 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin +4.968
15 Guanyu Zhou Alfa Romeo +6.106
16 Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo +6.671
17 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren +6.814
18 Esteban Ocon Alpine F1 Team +6.925
19 Alexander Albon Williams +7.573
20 Nicholas Latifi Williams +8.120

driver positions through the laps

2022 Singapore Grand Prix

The 2022 Singapore Grand Prix (officially known as the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix 2022) was a Formula One motor race held on 2 October 2022 at the Marina Bay Street Circuit in Marina Bay, Singapore.

Although the regular 61 laps were scheduled, only 59 were completed due to the two hours time limit being reached. The start of the race was delayed by over an hour due to a thunderstorm and led to the race starting under wet conditions which gradually dried to allow slick tyres in the second half of the race. Despite a five-second time penalty, the race was won by Red Bull Racing driver Sergio Pérez, with pole sitter Charles Leclerc finishing second and his Ferrari teammate Carlos Sainz Jr. finishing third.


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The Monegasque still has a mathematical chance of stopping rival Max Verstappen from clinching the crown, but realistically his Dutch rival is likely to wrap things up in Japan this weekend.
But rather than feeling that the end of the campaign is now wasted effort with the title gone, Leclerc views the last events as a key chance for Ferrari to make progress on areas it has been weak this ...

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The Frenchman had been running comfortably in the top seven in the first half of the race, ahead of the critical switch to slick tyres that teams needed to make as the track dried out.
But the squad went too early with its call as the track was not quite ready for dry tyres, and that shuffled Gasly well down the order. He ended up coming home 10th.
After the race, Gasly said he did not ...

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In a wet-to-dry race, Lando Norris produced an error-free display to move up from sixth to fourth following a duel with Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, who both slipped up.
Starting from 16th, Daniel Ricciardo also had a strong race to finish behind Norris in fifth, after delaying a switch from intermediates to slicks until a lap 36 safety car.
In stark contrast to McLaren's 22-point ...

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Russell had started from the pitlane after taking a new power unit under parc ferme, and during his attempt to regain ground he went up an escape road after making contact with the Alfa Romeo of Valtteri Bottas and dropped back.
Given that he was at the back of the field, Russell agreed with the team?s suggestion that he try slicks, but it was evident straight away that it was too early ...

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Two hours and 31 minutes. That's how much time passed between Sergio Perez taking the chequered flag in the returning Singapore Grand Prix in first place and for the stewards to eventually penalise the Red Bull driver for his repeat safety car infringements.
Along with a delayed race start owing to the slippery conditions that eventually bypassed the full-wet tyres, another chapter for the ...

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There has been no confirmation from the FIA about teams spending beyond the budget cap last year, but in Singapore paddock sources including some rival team bosses suggested that Aston Martin may have committed a ?procedural? breach, and an offence less serious than that allegedly associated with Red Bull.
However, team principal Mike Krack insists that there has been no news from the ...

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The Singapore Grand Prix weekend was awash with speculation that two F1 teams have broken last year?s circa $145 million budget cap limit and could face sanctions from the governing body.
Confirmation of what has actually happened will come this Wednesday, when the FIA plans to issue teams that were under last year?s cost cap with their compliance certificates.
Any squads that bust the ...

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Perez beat pole-sitter Ferrari?s Charles Leclerc to the first corner and dominated the race until the intermediate-shod field switched to slick tyres.
Perez then encountered engine issues that helped Leclerc to attack in the closing laps, but an error from Leclerc dropped him 2s behind after Perez had sorted out his engine settings.
However, Perez faces a post-race stewards? ...

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Hamilton slid straight on and nosed into the barrier while chasing Carlos Sainz shortly after half distance.
He was able to get going again, but his front wing was damaged, and he was forced to come in and change it.
He was able to combine the stop with a switch to slicks, but the whole episode cost him a lot of time, and dropped him from fourth to ninth place.
He eventually finished the ...

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The Ferrari driver had looked poised to launch a challenge for the lead against Perez after the final safety car period of the Marina Bay race.
But, despite shadowing Perez for several laps once DRS had been activated, and even looking close to attempt to a pass at one point, his assault fell flat once Leclerc fell out of range.
As Perez pushed on to try to open up an advantage to cover off ...

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The Red Bull driver faced a stewards investigation after winning the Singapore race having been suspected of not keeping to within 10 car lengths of the safety car during the final full safety car period.
Perez, who won by 7.595s from Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, was handed a five-second penalty and a reprimand for the incident, keeping the victory.
The stewards offered two different ...

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The Red Bull driver grabbed the lead into the first corner from polesitter Charles Leclerc and never lost it to complete a dominant performance for his second win of the season.
In a race interrupted by multiple safety cars and virtual safety cars, in the second full safety car Perez was placed under investigation with the FIA stewards for a possible rules infringement.
Perez is suspected of ...

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Race winner Perez faces an FIA stewards investigation for not sticking to within 10 car lengths behind the safety car rule during a race restart, which means his Singapore GP victory remains provisional until an outcome is reached.
But Ferrari boss Binotto says he's "curious" about the investigation because his team feels Perez potentially broke the rule on two occasions, which could result in ...

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Verstappen could have wrapped up his second successive world title in Singapore, but a scruffy race after a poor qualifying left him in last position at one point. He recovered to finish seventh.
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The Red Bull driver fell from eighth on the grid to 12th by Turn 1 after his car almost went into anti-stall mode.
He fought back through the pack but spun while attempting a pass on Lando Norris on lap 40, forcing him to pit again and returning to the track in 13th.
Verstappen eventually finished one place higher than he started, but said it is "not where we want to be."
He also said his ...

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The race was delayed by one hour and five minutes due to torrential rain falling in the build-up to the original 8pm start time, but the result was actually not confirmed at the chequered flag as Perez faces a post-race investigation for a safety car infringement.
That had been called into action twice, with three virtual safety car activations also taking place in the wet-to-dry ...

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On lap 7 of a wet-to-dry race, Alfa Romeo driver Zhou attempted to find a way past Latifi in a battle for 18th when he tried to pass the Canadian around the outside of Turn 5.
But Latifi appeared to squeeze Zhou into the wall, with the contact between the pair wrecking the Alfa Romeo's front right corner, forcing the Chinese driver to retire from the race on the spot.
Latifi also hit the ...

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Heavy clouds had built up over the Marina Bay track shortly after the end of the W Series support race and the skies began to darken as the F1 field completed the drivers' parade aboard a fleet of classic cars.
Spots of rain began falling in the paddock an hour and 20 minutes before the 8pm start time, with team radar systems showing an intense rainstorm was expected to hit at 6.55pm.
It ...

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However, he acknowledged that the big update package brought by the team this weekend had worked well and done what it was supposed to do, while admitting that it was never expected to generate a dramatic gain in lap time.
Norris struggled in the earlier wet parts of qualifying on intermediate tyres, scraping through Q1 in 15th and then getting out of Q2 in ninth. However, on slicks ...

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The British driver failed to get out of Q2 and was only 11th on the provisional grid after being handicapped by a car handling issue in qualifying.
The team had decided to make a strategic move and make a power unit change in Singapore at relatively little cost, giving him fresh elements for the remainder of the season.
Russell has taken a V6, turbo, MGU-H, MGU-K, control electronics and ...

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The Brackley-based squad has endured a tricky campaign with its W13, which has suffered badly from porpoising and not delivering enough performance to match Red Bull and Ferrari.
The team?s chances of making a swift recovery have been further hampered by the cost cap, which means it could not afford to make changes to its current challenger in-season that it knows would have made it ...

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The Spaniard admitted that the drying qualifying session had been stressful and joked that his risk-taking had not been good for his heart.
Crucially, Alonso lines up ahead of the McLaren of Lando Norris, giving Alpine an edge in the ongoing battle for fourth in the World Championship.
The race marks Alonso's 350th race start, making him the first driver in F1 history to reach that ...

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Ferrari's Charles Leclerc will start a race from pole position for the ninth time this season after topping the qualifying session on Saturday.
Red Bull driver Sergio Perez will join Leclerc on the front row of the grid, while his teammate Max Verstappen will line up eighth after he was forced to abort his final qualifying lap due to a lack of fuel.
Lewis Hamilton underlined the pace of the ...

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The Singapore Grand Prix paddock has been awash with speculation that two teams breached last year?s $145 million spending cap.
While there will be no confirmation of that until next Wednesday, when the FIA will announce the results of its financial audit for 2021, teams have openly suggested that one of the squads involved is Red Bull.
The Milton Keynes-based squad had rigorously denied ...

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Leclerc will start ahead of Red Bull?s Sergio Perez and Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes after the one-hour 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.
Weather conditions were wet under the floodlights, but the track dried in time for cars to run on slicks in Q3. World Championship leader Max Verstappen suffered a ...

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Verstappen made his frustration clear after a miscalculation by the team saw him need to abort his final lap in Q3 because he didn?t have enough fuel to complete it and then get back to the pits with the required amount for an FIA sample still in the tank.
The team had misjudged how many laps he would be able to fit in a track that was drying and getting faster.
He was ordered to pit as he ...

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The Ferrari driver claimed his ninth pole of the season, beating Red Bull?s Sergio Perez by 0.022s, while Max Verstappen was forced to abandon his final lap as he was set to run out of fuel on a lap which looked quick enough for top spot.
Leclerc was in the pits for the final minute of qualifying after making a mistake on his final lap, but it wasn?t enough to jeopardise his second career ...

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Hamilton had been spotted on TV broadcasts to be still wearing his nose stud during the opening practice sessions for the race at the Marina Bay track, having taken it out at events since the early summer following the FIA's clampdown on drivers wearing jewellery at the start of the 2022 season.
He was therefore summoned the see the stewards after FP3, while Mercedes was asked to explain why ...

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Russell struggled on the tricky damp track throughout the first two qualifying sessions with a Mercedes that felt like it was pushing on when he braked for corners.
He experienced a similar phenomenon on Friday, when he went straight on at the same corner in both the FP1 and FP2 sessions, and nosed into the barrier.
"I had a recurring issue that we faced in FP1 where I kind of felt every ...

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Verstappen felt he lost two opportunities to claim pole position in Singapore, having halted his previous lap under orders from Red Bull, before his qualifying was then wrecked when told he needed to pit on his final lap in Q3.
After not posting a final laptime in the session, the world championship leader was pushed back to eighth place on the grid, with nearest title rivals Charles Leclerc ...

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Mercedes has largely struggled in 2022 but was hopeful of a stronger result on Singapore's twisty street circuit, and with qualifying held in wet-to-dry conditions, it afforded the Brackley team a chance to shine.
And while teammate George Russell could only manage P11 after reporting an issue, Hamilton set the fastest lap early on in Q3 and looked set to battle for pole.
But with the track ...

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Just minutes after Hamilton battled for pole position at the Marina Bay circuit, and ended up third on the grid, Mercedes was informed it could have broken the rules.
A statement from the stewards said a team representative had to report to the stewards to discuss an ?Inaccurate Self Scrutineering Form.?
Since the start of 2019, F1 has introduced a system whereby the FIA does not ...

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After heavy rain ahead of FP3 had soaked the Marina Bay track and meant that session was cut in half, Q1 began with patches for the layout still very wet but the majority dry.
This meant the frontrunning drivers ran intermediates to get through to Q3 before finally the majority made the switch to slicks, with all cars fuelled to circulate throughout each segment to take advantage of the drying ...

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Shortly after the finish of final free practice at the Marina Bay circuit, the race stewards announced that Hamilton was being investigated for an alleged infringement of the FIA?s International Sporting Code.
Hamilton was called up under Appendix L, Chapter III of the ISC, which covers a range of drivers? equipment including helmets, flame-resistant clothes, head restraints and safety ...

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It's believed by rivals that two teams, Red Bull Racing and Aston Martin, spent more than last year's permitted $145million cost cap limit. The former is allegedly a more serious case, given the higher numbers said to be involved, not to mention the fact that Max Verstappen won the world championship for Red Bull.
There has been no confirmation of any breaches from the FIA, and indeed on Friday ...

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While Saturday's final one-hour practice session started on time, heavy rainfall on the streets of Singapore meant the pitlane remained closed for the first half.
When the pitlane finally opened at 18:30 local time, just 30 minutes of practice remained to sample the wet conditions.
AlphaTauri's Pierre Gasly was the first man to venture out on track, inevitably bolting on Pirelli's full wet ...

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The Thai Williams driver has been supporting the Wat Sakaeo orphanage near Bangkok since his move to Williams as team boss Jost Capito's brother Volker, a long-time Bangkok resident, happens to run a charity that supports the orphanage.
That relationship led to a visit by Albon earlier this year and his pledge to help support the Iceman Charity's push to renovate the orphanage's sports hall ...

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Teams are obliged to electronically return two sets of dry tyres per driver within two hours of the end of FP1. In addition those tyres have to be physically returned to Pirelli before FP2.
On Friday evening the FIA noted that the tyres of both Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu were not electronically returned in time.
At a hearing the team admitted that it had made a mistake, and the stewards ...

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Ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix, Red Bull had found itself at the centre of intrigue over potential breaches of the F1 cost cap rules last year.
Mercedes and Ferrari have both been open about there being no secret in the paddock that two squads have been found to have spent more than last year?s circa $145 million limit. 
This comes ahead of the FIA issuing compliance certificates ...

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