Max Verstappen, Red Bull, Imola, 2022

2022 Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix championship points

2022 Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix

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Charles Leclerc’s points lead was cut by Max Verstappen in the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix.

F1 drivers championship after the 2022 Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix

1Charles Leclerc86
2Max Verstappen59
3Sergio Perez54
4George Russell49
5Carlos Sainz Jnr38
6Lando Norris35
7Lewis Hamilton28
8Valtteri Bottas24
9Esteban Ocon20
10Kevin Magnussen15
11Daniel Ricciardo11
12Yuki Tsunoda10
13Pierre Gasly6
14Sebastian Vettel4
15Fernando Alonso2
16Zhou Guanyu1
17Alexander Albon1
18Lance Stroll1
19Mick Schumacher0
20Nico Hulkenberg0
21Nicholas Latifi0

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F1 constructors championship after the 2022 Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix

2Red Bull113
6Alfa Romeo25
9Aston Martin5

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15 comments on “2022 Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix championship points”

  1. Leonard ‘Big Lenny’ Persin (@)
    24th April 2022, 15:54

    Wroooooong. Again. Check things before publishing.

  2. Standing are all wrong.

  3. Sprint race points distorting the standings, great.

  4. These are often wrong at the first attempt every time. It’s handy you’re quick with it but not when it’s wrong.

  5. 27 points between the top two, so still more than a maximum race score in Leclerc’s favor, but the WDC battle nevertheless got alive.

    1. With SAI’s performances and luck… Ferrari has no chance… unless they suddenly come up with a car as dominant as 2014 Mercedes or so.

      1. Well, sainz won’t end up in the gravel every race, will he?

    2. Without those DNFs, RBR would have been many points ahead in the WCC already.

  6. Sorry for the problem with this earlier – we’ve changed systems this weekend and had a few hiccups. Will take a look at it before the next race.

  7. Ferrari lost a good chance for another win this weekend. RB have reportedly shedded a few extra kg for Imola and they have a significant advantage on the straights. Perhaps RB is already ahead of Ferrari.
    Ferrari has new PU elements incoming for Miami but still cannot imagine them having a dominant weekend on such long straights. Ferrari’s last chances for wins this season should be Spain and Monaco, maybe Hungary and Singapore but by then merc might be already ahead of Ferrari.
    I don’t know when merc is going to lose the weight and bring their new PU up but looks like they do have a lot of low hanging fruit, easy laptime to pick up.

    1. Ferrari lost a good chance for another win this weekend

      Don’t think so. They looked great before the races, not anymore since the Sprint Race. I think max possible result for them today was P2, no mistakes at all. Unfortunately, a poor start, a slow pit-stop, then LEC’s mistake meant P6 was the final result.

  8. Ben Rowe (@thegianthogweed)
    24th April 2022, 16:42

    Strange to look at the points and see that russell nearly has double hamilton’s points and the fact that Bottas would likely be ahead of him had he not had his retirement in Saudi Arabia. Hamilton is really going to have to improve this year.

  9. Some hefty points won for Verstappen and Red Bull. Not what Ferrari would have been expecting. Russell still keeping within fighting distance if the impossible happens and Mercedes get their act together.

  10. A lot of points were lost by Red Bull due to reliability rather than pace, and so far Australia has been the only race where Ferrari really had the measure of them. Given their superior pace here this weekend, at a somewhat slower and more twisty track, and also that it’s such a long season, there’s still a good chance Verstappen wraps up the championship before the end of the season.

    Time is running out for Mercedes, even if Russell hanging in there is quite remarkable, and Ferrari will be looking to up their game as well with some upgrades.

    1. Russell never had an off weekend, he maximised the potential of the car every time, if I recall he got a 4th, 5th, 3rd, 4th place, which depending on retirements ahead was the max he could do save for beating hamilton the first race.

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