Formula 1 2022 United States Grand Prix results

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2022-10-23
19
Circuit of the Americas
56
Max Verstappen VER
Carlos Sainz SAI
George Russell
lap 56 - 1:38.788
RUS

The 2022 United States Grand Prix was won by Max Verstappen of Red Bull.
Despite being on pole position in United States of America, Carlos Sainz could not convert this into a win.
Sainz was forced to retire in lap 1 due to: Collision damage.

The race in United States of America was round 19 of 22 of the 2022 season.

weather conditions

Weather conditions at 23 October 2022 19:00 GMT (raceday).

Partly Cloudy
85.19°F
49%
17.6 mph
173°
 

results

# driver F1 constructor laps time points
1 56 1:42:11.687 25
2 56 +5.023 18
3 56 +7.501 15
4 56 +8.293 12
5 56 +44.815 11
6 56 +53.785 8
7 56 +55.078 6
8 56 +1:05.354 4
9 56 +1:05.834 2
10 56 +1:10.919 1
11 56 +1:12.875 0
12 56 +1:16.164 0
13 56 +1:20.057 0
14 56 +1:21.763 0
15 56 +1:24.490 0
16 56 +1:30.487 0
17 56 +1:43.588 0
21 Collision 0
16 Spun off 0
1 Collision damage 0

grid

# driver F1 constructor time
1 Carlos Sainz Ferrari 1:34.356
2 Charles Leclerc Ferrari +0.065
3 Max Verstappen Red Bull +0.092
4 Sergio Pérez Red Bull +0.289
5 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes +0.591
6 George Russell Mercedes +0.632
7 Lance Stroll Aston Martin +1.242
8 Lando Norris McLaren +1.334
9 Fernando Alonso Alpine F1 Team +1.520
10 Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo +1.963
11 Alexander Albon Williams +2.012
12 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin +2.042
13 Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri +2.384
14 Guanyu Zhou Alfa Romeo +2.614
15 Yuki Tsunoda AlphaTauri +2.791
16 Kevin Magnussen Haas F1 Team +2.593
17 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren +2.690
18 Esteban Ocon Alpine F1 Team +2.712
19 Mick Schumacher Haas F1 Team +2.755
20 Nicholas Latifi Williams +2.888

driver positions through the laps

2022 United States Grand Prix

The 2022 United States Grand Prix (officially known as the Formula 1 Aramco United States Grand Prix 2022) was a Formula One motor race, held on October 23, 2022, at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas, United States. The race was the 19th round of the 2022 Formula One World Championship and the 51st running of the United States Grand Prix, the 43rd time the race was run as a World Championship event since the inaugural 1950 season, and the tenth time a World Championship round was held at the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. It was won by defending champion Max Verstappen, who was followed by Lewis Hamilton in second and Charles Leclerc in third.


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The Formula 1 constructors' championship battle always plays second fiddle to the fight for the drivers' crown. Not helping the end-of-2022 show, Red Bull was all but certain to land its first teams' trophy since 2013 heading into the United States Grand Prix in Austin last weekend.
Nevertheless, during an event where the death of Red Bull co-founder Dietrich Mateschitz was announced, few can ...

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The team was named recently by the FIA alongside Red Bull Racing and Williams as having failed to fully comply with the 2021 financial regulations.
However while Red Bull was deemed to have overspent and made procedural errors, Aston Martin and Williams were only guilty of the latter.
The Williams case, involving the late submission of documents by a third-party accounting firm, was settled ...

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“Everyone wants to find that edge in any way in the sport. When you are dealing with hundredths of milliseconds, you look for any advantage you can to help you go faster,” says Ed Green, Head of Commercial Technology for McLaren F1 team.
Every area of race operations activity is scrutinised to try to find a competitive advantage, from front jacks that shave milliseconds off a pitstop, to ...

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Verstappen’s victory confirmed Red Bull Racing’s Constructors’ Championship title, just a day after news of the passing of team patriarch Dietrich Mateschitz.
Who is leading the 2022 F1 World Championship Drivers' points?
Red Bull’s two-time world champion Verstappen scored 25 points in Austin, extending his lead in the World Championship to 124 points over Ferrari’s Charles ...

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As the Silverstone squad enjoyed a surprise upturn in form at Austin's Circuit of the Americas, Vettel and teammate Lance Stroll were competing for the best of the rest spot in the early stages of Sunday's United States Grand Prix.
But as Stroll took himself out of the race by colliding with Alpine's Fernando Alonso, which yielded the Canadian a three-place grid penalty for Mexico, Vettel's ...

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The double success came the day after Red Bull boss Mateschitz passed away, an event that Horner suggested made Verstappen even more determined to win.
The Dutchman looked set to score a straightforward victory until an 11-second pit stop due to an issue with the left front dropped him back.
He thus had a fight on his hands, but he quickly moved up the order and eventually passed Lewis ...

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The protests were prompted by Kevin Magnussen receiving three black and orange flags for endplate damage over the course of this season, despite the team explaining to the FIA that thanks to its design a flapping endplate would not detach from the car.
In Austin, Perez received front wing damage on the first lap, which led to the endplate flying off shortly afterwards.
Meanwhile, after ...

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The Mercedes driver knocked pole man Sainz into a spin at Turn 1, leaving the Spaniard’s Ferrari with sufficient damage to put him out of the race.
Russell subsequently received a five-second penalty from the FIA stewards for causing a collision. However, he was hurt even more by front wing damage that meant he didn’t feel comfortable all afternoon.
He eventually finished fifth, and had ...

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Alonso and Stroll made contact at high-speed while going along the back straight during Sunday’s race at the Circuit of The Americas after the Aston Martin driver made a late defensive move to the left.
The resulting contact caused Alonso’s car to point skywards before coming back down onto the track, carrying damage that left him slowly returning to the pits. Alonso was able to continue ...

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Hamilton sat second behind Verstappen for much of the United States Grand Prix on Sunday, but moved into the net lead when a wheel gun failure in the pits resulted in an 11-second stop for the Red Bull driver.
Once Verstappen returned to the track, he was six seconds behind Hamilton’s Mercedes, but managed to overtake Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc and close up ...

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Alonso recovered from his car going airborne in a crash with Lance Stroll to finish seventh at the Circuit of The Americas on Sunday.
But the Spaniard was hit with a 30-second post-race penalty that dropped him to 15th after Haas lodged a protest, claiming the Alpine car was unsafe due to its moving right-hand mirror before it fell off.
The stewards and FIA technical staff agreed the car was ...

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Alonso finished seventh at the Circuit of The Americas on Sunday despite being involved in a big crash with Aston Martin driver Lance Stroll that saw his car briefly go airborne.
Alonso returned to the pits slowly after the incident, but was able to continue after Alpine fitted a new front wing and fresh tyres. His right rear view mirror was visibly loose, before then falling off his car in the ...

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Both Perez and Alonso picked up damage during Sunday’s race at the Circuit of The Americas. Perez finished in fourth place despite losing the front wing endplate from his car after a clash on the opening lap with Valtteri Bottas as Red Bull clinched the constructors’ title.
Alonso managed to finished seventh for Alpine despite a huge crash that saw his car briefly go airborne following ...

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Stroll and Alonso were involved in a huge crash on the back straight on Lap 22 of the race that briefly sent Alonso’s Alpine car airborne.
As Alonso moved to the left to pass Stroll, the Aston Martin driver shifted across to defend, only for their wheels to make contact.
It sent Stroll spinning into the wall and out of the race, while Alonso suffered a big impact when his car hit the ...

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After Verstappen suffered a slow pitstop, it allowed Hamilton to fight his way into the lead of the Austin race, but he couldn't fend off the Red Bull driver, who pulled off a late overtake to charge to victory.
Hamilton, who credited Mercedes' upgrades package delivered this weekend as a key performance gain, acknowledged his disappointment at missing out on a first win of the season but felt ...

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Red Bull founder Mateschitz died on Saturday at the age of 78 following a long battle with illness, sparking an outpouring of tributes from throughout the F1 paddock.
Verstappen said after qualifying third on Saturday that he wanted to do Mateschitz proud in Sunday's race as Red Bull bid to clinch its first constructors' title since 2013.
Verstappen was comfortable in the lead throughout the ...

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After a safety car restart on lap 22, Stroll and Alonso were squabbling over seventh place when the Spaniard pulled out of the Canadian's slipstream on COTA's long back straight.
Stroll made a late defensive move, appearing to react to the Spaniard and then the pair made hard contact, sending a briefly airborne Alonso into the wall and Stroll into a spin.
Stroll retired on the spot with ...

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The victory puts Verstappen level with Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel on F1's single-season win record, with 13 apiece in one campaign for the multiple world champions.
Charles Leclerc recovered from his engine-change grid drop to finish third for Ferrari, salvaging a podium for the Scuderia after polesitter Carlos Sainz was eliminated in a Turn 1 tangle with George Russell that left ...

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Ocon struggled to 18th in qualifying at the Circuit of The Americas on Saturday in Austin, only finishing ahead of Haas driver Mick Schumacher and Williams' Nicholas Latifi in Q1.
Ahead of Sunday's race, Alpine opted to fit Ocon's power unit with a fresh engine, energy store and control electronics, triggering a grid penalty that would have sent him to the rear of the field.
But as this was ...

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Mateschitz died on Saturday at the age of 78 following a long battle with illness, sparking an outpouring of tributes through the F1 paddock, which was left in mourning.
Earlier in the United States Grand Prix race weekend, much of the focus for Red Bull had been on talks with the FIA over its alleged breach of F1's cost cap last year.
The FIA deemed in its audit that Red Bull had exceeded ...

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The team brought a single example of the new wing to Austin and declared it to the FIA as a new part, although the plan was always to wait until Mexico to run it on track.
However, the new wing caught the eye of rivals because of the potential aerodynamic impact of its prominent slot gap separators.
Mercedes technical director Mike Elliot said that the team believes the wing is legal, but he ...

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Aside from the four drivers of the Red Bull Racing and AlphaTauri teams on the current grid, the Austrian also played a part in furthering the careers of Daniel Ricciardo, Carlos Sainz, Alex Albon and Sebastian Vettel.
All have acknowledged the Austrian's contribution to the sport as a whole, as well as to their own progression through the ranks.
Ricciardo, who raced for the then ...

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Leclerc finished second in qualifying at Austin behind his teammate Carlos Sainz but will drop 10 places down the order and line up 12th as a result of his team fitting a sixth internal combustion engine component and sixth turbocharger of 2022 aboard his car ahead of FP3. 
That will leave Sainz starting on the front row alongside Red Bull's Max Verstappen, who is also set to miss his ...

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In the two weeks since the controversial wet Japanese Grand Prix – where Max Verstappen ultimately emerged victorious in a shortened and at times farcical event – the FIA conducted an investigation into the safety procedures and calls made on that day.
Ahead of practice at this weekend’s race at Austin, the FIA released its Suzuka report – with the key findings being that its race ...

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Russell says he only fully got back to speed in qualifying, where he earned sixth place, just behind teammate Lewis Hamilton.
Both drivers will gain two spots for Sunday’s race thanks to penalties for Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez, and thus they will start third and fourth.
Mercedes has brought a new front wing to Austin, but the silver cars were still 0.6s shy of pole man Carlos ...

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Shortly before the start of qualifying for the United States Grand Prix on Saturday, news emerged that Mateschitz had passed away at the age of 78 following a long battle with illness.
Mateschitz led the Red Bull brand into F1 as a sponsor before going on to acquire two teams, as well as playing an instrumental role in the development of many young drivers including Verstappen.
Red Bull ...

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Ferrari's Carlos Sainz will start the race from pole position ahead of newly-crowned champion Max Verstappen of Red Bull, with Lewis Hamilton and George Russell making it an all-Mercedes second row.
Mercedes is the most successful team in Austin with five wins from nine races, but the German manufacturer hasn't finished on the top step of the podium since F1 adopted new rules at the start of ...

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Ricciardo has been considering his future options after confirming back in August that he would be leaving McLaren at the end of the season, one year before the end of his contract.
The eight-time grand prix winner has since accepted he won’t be racing in F1 next year but has been linked with a potential reserve role to support one of the existing teams.
During Sky Sports’ coverage of ...

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Sainz will start ahead of Max Verstappen (Red Bull) and Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) 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.
Sainz’s teammate Charles Leclerc was second quickest in Q3 but has a 10-place grid penalty. Red Bull’s Sergio Perez was fourth fastest but has a 5-place ...

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Sainz edged out Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc by just 0.065 seconds during their final runs in Q3 to claim his third F1 career pole.
Sainz’s maiden pole came at Silverstone in wet conditions, while he inherited first on the grid for the Belgian Grand Prix in August due to grid penalties.
The Spaniard recently vented his frustration over the fine margins he often lost out on pole by at ...

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After finding himself within 0.1-seconds of pole on four occasions in 2022, Sainz pulled it off to top F1 qualifying for the second time in his career after overcoming Leclerc's Q3 run one advantage by 0.065s.
Leclerc's initial best time in the final segment was a 1m34.624s that gave him the top spot provisionally ahead of Sainz, with Lewis Hamilton third after a blistering middle sector and ...

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Red Bull confirmed shortly before Formula 1 qualifying for the United States Grand Prix that Mateschitz had passed away following a long battle with illness.
Mateschitz brought the Red Bull brand to F1 initially as a sponsor before acquiring the Jaguar team in 2004 and turning it into Red Bull Racing for the following season. He bought a second team, now known as AlphaTauri, for 2006, and also ...

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His Red Bull Racing and AlphaTauri teams and the Red Bull Ring circuit in Austria are just the highest profile examples. However along the twin F1 teams Mateschitz made a huge contribution in many other forms of motor sport, from MotoGP to NASCAR. He gave a chance to dozens of young drivers, many of whom would not have progressed without Red Bull backing.
Mateschitz was born in Styria in May ...

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The Austrian businessman, who founded the energy drink company in 1984, was instrumental in the brand’s involvement in Formula 1.
Mateschitz owned 49% of the energy drinks brand and was the driving force behind its move into racing, which began in the mid-1990s.
Mateschitz is survived by long-term partner Marion Feichtner and son Mark Gerhardter.
Mateschitz graduated from the Vienna ...

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Capito officially confirmed in Austin on Saturday that the Williams Academy driver will replace Nicholas Latifi next season, assuming that he secures his FIA super licence after the Abu Dhabi F2 finale.
Sargeant will become the first American F1 driver since Alexander Rossi raced for Manor in 2015.
His graduation comes after the controversy over Red Bull’s unsuccessful efforts to land a ...

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After FP2 had been largely dedicated to Pirelli's 2023 tyre testing, the final one-hour session of practice meant the teams have more race-data-gathering work than usual to crack through beyond the final set-up tweaks and qualifying simulation efforts.
Here Ferrari faced another problem, as an issue aboard Leclerc's car meant only Carlos Sainz completed high-fuel running for the Scuderia – ...

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Leclerc is currently fighting Red Bull rival Sergio Perez for second place in the drivers' championship after Max Verstappen clinched the title in Japan two weeks ago.
Red Bull took a fresh engine for Perez on Friday, triggering a five-place grid drop, but Leclerc will now also take a penalty after Ferrari made the changes ahead of final practice at the Circuit of The Americas.
A bulletin ...

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Red Bull is currently in talks with the FIA over a potential Accepted Breach Agreement after F1's governing body revealed last week that the team was in breach of the $145 million cost cap for 2021.
The team has fiercely denied it exceeded the budget cap, but its rivals have been clear in their calls for strict action to be taken given the potential impact an overspend could have on the ...

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Formula 2 driver Sargeant made his F1 race weekend debut in opening practice for the United States Grand Prix on Friday in Austin, finishing 19th for Williams.
It helped Sargeant pick up an additional point towards his FIA superlicence, with further outings planned in Mexico and Abu Dhabi this season.
Should he enjoy clean sessions in Mexico and Abu Dhabi, Sargeant could get up to 30 points ...

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