While two drivers received the highest scores which were awarded this week, a series of errors meant there were several low scores too.
Charles Leclerc delivered a grand slam performance on F1’s return to Australia, as Red Bull and Verstappen suffered a second early season setback.
Who was the best driver during the 2022 Australian Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
Most drivers chose the same strategy in Melbourne but one pursued a novel path which others may choose to copy in coming races.
Charles Leclerc dominated the Australian Grand Prix to take his second victory of the season after Max Verstappen retired from second place with a technical problem.
Charles Leclerc leads the drivers championship by 24 points ahead of George Russell after the Australian Grand Prix, while Max Verstappen falls to sixth place.
Charles Leclerc has won the Australian Grand Prix ahead of Sergio Perez and George Russell.
The 2022 Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park, Melbourne in pictures.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2022 Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park in Melbourne.
Charles Leclerc took his second pole of the season in Australia after denying Max Verstappen with his final effort in qualifying.
Charles Leclerc is on provisional pole position for the Australian Grand Prix.
Lando Norris was the fastest driver in final practice at Albert Park, during which both Aston Martin drivers crashed.
Charles Leclerc set the overall pace in the afternoon practice session ahead of Max Verstappen at the end of the first day of F1 running for the Australian Grand Prix.
Pictures from the first day of practice for the 2022 Australian Grand Prix.
Carlos Sainz Jnr was quickest ahead of Ferrari team mate Charles Leclerc during the first practice session of Formula 1’s return to the Australian Grand Prix.
Pictures from the build-up to the 2022 Australian Grand Prix, where Fernando Alonso and Sergio Perez sampled Australian Supercars.
Alfa Romeo has explained the pit stop mix-up which led to Zhou Guanyu being penalised twice in the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen overcame Charles Leclerc’s defensive tactics to win a Saudi Arabian Grand Prix which was mercifully incident-free.