(L to R): Charles Leclerc, Ferrari; Max Verstappen, Red Bull; Red Bull Ring, 2022

2022 Austrian Grand Prix race result

2022 Austrian Grand Prix

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Charles Leclerc has won the Austrian Grand Prix ahead of Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton.


116Charles LeclercFerrariF1-75
21Max VerstappenRed BullRB18
344Lewis HamiltonMercedesW13
463George RussellMercedesW13
531Esteban OconAlpine-RenaultA522
647Mick SchumacherHaas-FerrariVF-22
74Lando NorrisMcLaren-MercedesMCL36
820Kevin MagnussenHaas-FerrariVF-22
93Daniel RicciardoMcLaren-MercedesMCL36
1014Fernando AlonsoAlpine-RenaultA522
1177Valtteri BottasAlfa Romeo-FerrariC42
1223Alexander AlbonWilliams-MercedesFW44
1318Lance StrollAston Martin-MercedesAMR22
1424Zhou GuanyuAlfa Romeo-FerrariC42
1510Pierre GaslyAlphaTauri-Red BullAT03
1622Yuki TsunodaAlphaTauri-Red BullAT03
175Sebastian VettelAston Martin-MercedesAMR22
DNF55Carlos Sainz JnrFerrariF1-75
DNF6Nicholas LatifiWilliams-MercedesFW44
DNF11Sergio PerezRed BullRB18

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6 comments on “2022 Austrian Grand Prix race result”

  1. Outright, I will say that Leclerc drove a good race and deserved the win.

    I’m curious though, that previously with a car (rolling backwards towards the track) on fire, at the end of the about the fastest stretch of track that the Safety car wasn’t called.

    I still have to feel that Ferrari have their PU turned up to the maximum in order to compete with the Red Bull. This would explain their PU reliability and the potential for the catastrophic failures such as those Ferrari have had.

    1. I just heard Magnussen mention he was managing some sort of engine issue also for almost the whole race @maddme – and we’ve already have seen so many issues with Ferrari engines both at the team itself but also with their customers as well, so I have to agree that their engine seems to be really wound up to the max giving them some reliability issues.

      Agree that it was a bit scary to see that car being on fire, rolling back with the driver still in it and no SC being called. The Marshals seemed to also be somewhat slow to react and help Sainz there.

      1. Yes, they seemed slow indeed.

  2. rolling back with the driver still in it and no SC being called. The Marshals seemed to also be somewhat slow to react and help Sainz there.

    Just my humble opinion: SAI parked it quite far enough of the track, next to the escape road too, a SC wouldn’t have added much to the VSC. I just think the SC was really unnecessary and the issue was more with the marshals and the fact that SAI did not turn the wheels from the 1st moment the car started to go backwards so that the car will stop in the tyres barrier.

    1. I agree, but the marshalls were quite slow and that is dangerous. I still have the reaction time of marshalls in Imola at that scary Gerhard Berger crash as the top. This instead was dismal.

      1. Agree. The Marshalls reaction was too slow. I saw the first one running with an extinguisher but instead of going to the car and putting out the fire, that was small at that moment, he placed it down too far from the car and anyone else and running back to get something else. By the time other marshalls arrived the fire spread and it was scary!

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