Formula 1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix results

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2022-10-02
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Marina Bay Street Circuit

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

 

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2022 Singapore Grand Prix

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


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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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In the 2022 Dutch Grand Prix, Perez ran over a Ferrari wheelgun that had ended up in his path while Sainz suffered a slow service and later in the same event the Ferrari driver was forced to brake when leaving his pitbox to avoid hitting a McLaren mechanic ahead.
That resulted in Sainz getting an unsafe release penalty and he later called for F1 pitlane layouts to be reviewed to avoid such ...

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In the previous era of ultra-high-downforce, F1’s corresponding overtaking challenge meant teams would often focus more on setting their cars up to gain places in qualifying, knowing drivers behind would struggle to follow and wear their tyres more than a rival ahead at the same time. 
The switch back to ground effect designs for 2022 has meant this phenomenon being reduced as dirty ...

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F1 teams are bracing themselves for an FIA announcement next Wednesday that will confirm which teams were under last year’s circa $145 million limit and which outfits went over.
The paddock at Singapore has been awash with speculation that two teams have been found to have exceeded the cap, amid suggestions one is a minor procedural breach and the other is a bigger material breach.
Fingers ...

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Ferrari led the way in Friday practice for the Singapore GP, with Carlos Sainz topping FP2 from teammate Charles Leclerc.
Mercedes emerged as the second-quickest team on Friday with George Russell ending up third behind the Ferrari duo in FP2. Russell's teammate and seven-time F1 champion Lewis Hamilton also topped FP1 earlier in the day.
The best of the two Red Bulls was Max Verstappen in ...

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The FIA is due to issue compliance certificates soon to the teams that operated within last year's cap.
However, paddock sources indicate that when the final accounting has been completed both Red Bull Racing and Aston Martin are likely to be reported as having breached the cap.
The financial regulations contain a list of potential penalties for both "minor" and "material" breaches.
The ...

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After a day of fast developments in the Singapore Grand Prix paddock, as speculation focused on Aston Martin and Red Bull having potentially not complied with the 2021 cost cap limit, Wolff did not hold back in his views about how serious the matter was.
After Red Bull team boss Christian Horner had indicated earlier in the day that his squad's submission for the 2021 cap was below the circa ...

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Carlos Sainz and Ferrari led the way in the only practice session that really matters for Formula 1’s returning Singapore Grand Prix, while Red Bull was off the pace and lacking laps.
But, as we’ll explain, the Marina Bay track’s nature negates these issues for Max Verstappen’s squad and the Dutchman himself is unconcerned.
The story of the day
In FP1, it was Mercedes’ Lewis ...

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F1 teams are awaiting a formal notification from the FIA on October 5 on whether or not their accounts for the 2021 season are under the spending limits.
Those teams who the FIA is happy with will be issued with compliance certificates, while any outfits that broke the limit will likely face sanctions.
While there has been formal confirmation from the FIA about potential non-compliance ...

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Other team bosses have agreed that any such breaches should trigger appropriate punishments from the FIA.
Although it has yet to be confirmed both Red Bull Racing and Aston Martin are understood to have overspent last season, with the former believed to be a potentially more serious case of a “material breach”.
The penalty for such a spend – in excess of 5% of the 2021 cap limit – ...

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The tight Marina Bay circuit offered Mercedes the chance for one of its stronger weekends, with its W13 car appearing better in low and medium-speed corners.
But despite Hamilton leading the way in Friday evening's opening free practice, and teammate George Russell ending up third in the second session, the seven-time champion was downbeat about the German car manufacturer being in the fight ...

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Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton was fastest in FP1, while Sainz set the quickest time of the day under the floodlights in FP2.
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Singapore Grand Prix FP1 results: Hamilton fastest from ...

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They nevertheless ended up second and fourth behind Sainz, splitting Mercedes pair George Russell and Lewis Hamilton, who had topped the day's earlier FP1 session at the Marina Bay track.
At the start of the only comparably practice session for qualifying and the race given it's night-time start, Valtteri Bottas was the first driver out of the pits as the early runners toured around on the ...

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Rumours suggested the classic racing circuit was at risk of being removed from the calendar for the forthcoming season. But much to fans' and drivers' delight, it was announced the race would return during the weekend Max Verstappen stormed to victory from the back-half of the grid in front of a huge Dutch contingent.
While Spa has become a venue associated with the Dutch world champion in ...

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The car has been notoriously tricky on bumpy circuits, and despite extensive resurfacing work at the track teams are expecting to see issues this weekend.
However, Russell believes that Mercedes now has a better understanding of the car, and that Singapore will be a good test of that.
Asked what were the factors that potentially worked for and against the team, Russell suggested that the ...

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The Woking-based outfit has used this weekend's Marina Bay event to bring what it calls its biggest development step of the year so far.
The comprehensive changes include revised sidepods and inlets, an updated floor, tweaked diffuser tail and new bodywork profiling and cooling.
Speaking about the aims of the changes to the car, which is being run exclusively by Lando Norris this weekend ...

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The Mercedes driver, who had complained about the difficult driveability of his car early on, bolted on a fresh set of red-walled soft tyres and ran fastest by a slender 0.084 seconds.
That relegated Verstappen, the Red Bull driver having dominated much of the hour, to second while Leclerc overcame initial braking difficulties to complete the top three.
Verstappen was seemingly operating in ...

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Motorsport.com has learned that the FIA has notified teams that its analysis into the accounts for the 2021 season has been completed and it is ready to issue formal documents on the matter.
As part of the process to govern the cost cap, teams have been told that on October 5 the FIA will issue teams that were under the circa $145 million cost cap last year with a compliance ...

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Sky and F1 will also continue their deals in Italy and Germany until 2027, expanding upon its exclusivity in both regions with all races upon their respective Sky channels.
In the UK, Sky purchased the full broadcasting rights from the BBC for the 2012 season - although the BBC retained a highlights package until the end of 2015 when Channel 4 acquired them for 2016 and beyond.
The deal ...

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Williams and Latifi agreed to part ways at the end of the 2022 season, as the Canadian has been unable to show the continued progression from last season and is yet to trouble the scorers.
This brings an end to Latifi's time as a Williams race driver after three seasons, as the Grove outfit considers options to partner Alex Albon at the team for 2023.
Explaining Williams' decision, the ...

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The Alpine driver was 25 when he earned his second title with Renault in 2006, while Verstappen, who can mathematically clinch his second crown this weekend, turned 25 on Friday in Singapore.
Alonso was asked if a second championship would put Verstappen amongst the all-time greats.
"I think so,” said the Spaniard. “I mean he's 24 or 25. Still a long way in front of him, but I wish him ...

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As part of a bid to make the racing more exciting, F1 undertook a complete overhaul of the technical regulations for 2022.
This included a switch to ground effect machinery, and a change to 18-inch wheels running less thermally-sensitive tyres.
But while the F1 2022 season has produced a bit of variety, with the title battle being contested between Ferrari and Red Bull, the nature of the ...

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As the result of the extreme bouncing earlier in the season that left drivers complaining about safety implications, the FIA announced ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix that it was introducing an Aerodynamic Oscillation Metric that teams would not be allowed to exceed.
Teams had to ensure that their car was below the maximum bouncing limit over each lap, or there was a risk of them being ...

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The Thai-Brit withdrew from the Italian Grand Prix at Monza earlier this month only a couple of hours before final practice on Saturday as he battled with appendicitis.
He was replaced by Formula E champion Nyck de Vries, who secured two points for finishing in ninth place.
But following routine and successful laparoscopic surgery at the San Gerardo hospital, Albon suffered post-operative ...

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F1 is making a push towards a carbon-neutral future, but the expansion and timing of next season's biggest ever schedule have led some to question whether it is doing enough to change things.
Having previously vowed to group races regionally to avoid unnecessary travel, the current planned 2023 schedule has turned out to not be much different from how things have been done in the past.
Gaps ...

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Gasly has been the subject of intense discussions after this year's driver market silly season was kickstarted by Alonso's shock decision to join Aston Martin at the start of the summer break, despite Gasly having a contract to race with AlphaTauri for 2023.
Red Bull is open to allowing Gasly to leave its fold as there is no chance he will be promoted back to its senior squad after his ...

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McLaren MCL36 side detail
Photo by: Giorgio Piola

McLaren has already teased us with images showing its new parts for this weekend when it released new renders of the MCL36. Here we can see the Red Bull-inspired sidepod changes, with the upper section carved away to expose the inlet.


AlphaTauri AT03 nose detail
Photo by: Giorgio Piola

AlphaTauri has a new nose ...

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Red Bull

Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB18
Photo by: Alessio Morgese

Even before Red Bull streaked well clear of Ferrari in the 2022 constructors’ championship, it had both drivers signed up for next season. Stability is the name of the game as an uber-long deal to retain Max Verstappen means he will again lead the outfit over compliant team-mate Sergio Perez ...

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Mercedes has struggled all season with the W13, notably with porpoising and ride issues, and the car has only really shone at high-downforce venues.
Russell says that the team has chosen a specific philosophy for the W14, and has clear targets that it will try to meet.
"I'm confident that the direction we need to take is the correct one," he said. "We have a philosophy that we're going to be ...

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The Red Bull driver looks on course for his second world title after dominating much of this season, and his first opportunity to wrap it up comes at the Marina Bay circuit.
But with the title triumph out of his hands, as he needs remaining contenders Sergio Perez and Charles Leclerc also not to score well, he is not expecting to clinch the crown this time out.
“I need to win, and Checo ...

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Alpine currently lies fourth in the table on 125 points, 18 points clear of McLaren. The Woking team is also not giving up in the development battle and is introducing a substantial package that will be seen on the car of Lando Norris in Singapore.
The upgraded Alpine floor is expected to be on fitted to both A522s throughout the weekend.
"I didn't test it the simulator but the team brought ...

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The new upgrade package includes a new floor and sidepods, with Norris getting priority on it for Singapore as Ricciardo will take delivery of it next weekend in Japan.
The Australian acknowledged that the Woking team couldn't ready enough parts to equip both cars this weekend, and that Norris was given first go because he is staying and thus has to learn as much as he can heading into ...

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One of the major talking points at this year’s inaugural event around the Miami Dolphins stadium was a fake marina – made up of a collection of 10 yachts on the inside of Turns 6,7 and 8 which was surrounded by solid vinyl water.
The installation triggered an explosion of photoshopped images and memes and become a major talking point – which delighted circuit bosses as it raised the ...

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Should Verstappen win the grand prix at Marina Bay and secure the fastest lap, he will win the title if Charles Leclerc ranks ninth or lower and if teammate Sergio Perez is fifth or worse.
That becomes 10th for Leclerc should Verstappen land victory but without netting the bonus point for the fastest lap.
If Red Bull driver Verstappen, who carries a pre-race lead of 116 points, finishes in ...

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Sebastian Vettel triggered a debate about a potential return of loud old-school engines when he did a demonstration, running on fully sustainable fuel, in Nigel Mansell's former FW14B at the British Grand Prix.
The four-time champion questioned whether F1 needed to continue pursuing turbo hybrid engines if it could power simpler and more thrilling older-style engines.
"I love the cars. I ...

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While the Hinwil-based squad has made good progress in 2022, and showed impressive speed early on in the campaign, more recent inconsistent form and reliability dramas have hurt its points tally.
Bottas, who arrived at the squad from Mercedes, reckons that the team was unable to keep up its early season promise because it lacked the right resource – something that is now being ...

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