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Austrian F1 Grand Prix 2022 Results

The Austrian Grand Prix also known as the Red Bull Race Ring is one of the shortest Race tracks in Formula 1. Here we take a look at the Austrian F1 Grand Prix 2022 Results.

Harsh Chopra
Last updated: 11.07.2022
Austrian F1 Grand Prix 2022 Results

It’s Monday and it’s time for another Formula 1 Race Results and this time it is the Austrian Grand Prix of 2022 and this race was one of the best races of the season and there was not only just 1 race but a total of 2 including a 23 lap sprint race wherein the crowd at Austria were treated to a Max Verstappen classic where he won the sprint race and he was P1 in the Grand Prix. Seeing so many races every 2 weeks is good for all the fans of the world.


The Austrian Grand Prix also known as the Red Bull Race Ring is one of the shortest Race tracks in the Formula 1 Calendar and the total laps in the race was 71. Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz were 2nd and 3rd and Ferrari looked to rain on the Red Bull parade. Let’s see the Results of the 2022 Austrian Grand Prix.


The Race


The race started at 6.30 PM IST and the drivers were excited for this race and as the race started Sergio Perez was pushed off the track by George Russell at Turn 4 and Max Verstappen had a lead over the 2 Ferrari drivers. Mick Schumacher has gone past Lewis Hamilton in Lap 4 to get career beat 7th position in this race. In Lap 8 of the race Charles Leclerc is closing the gap on the race leader Max Verstappen and this is thrilling to watch. At Lap 10 Charles Leclerc tries to go past Max but he just about holds on and George Russell is handed a 5 second penalty for pushing off Sergio Perez from the track in Lap 1. Finally at Lap 12 Charles Leclerc takes over Max Verstappen as the leader of the race and this was due to happen at some point. At Lap 15 Max Verstappen pitted for a set of hard tyres and both the Ferrari drivers were warned for exceeding the track limits.

At Lap 20 it was Max Verstappen vs Lewis Hamilton for 3rd place and this time Max Verstappen was quick to take over Lewis and he took 3rd place in this race. At Lap 27 of the race we had a great battle between Fernando Alonso, Lando Norris, Zhou Guanyu, Kevin Magnussen and Mick Schumacher for places. In Lap 29 Sergio Perez was unfortunately forced to retire from the race and both the Ferrari drivers pitted with Max Verstappen at the lead. At Lap 48 , Max Verstappen is in 3rd place and the 2 Ferrari drivers are 1 and 2. At Lap 55 Charles Leclerc overtook Max Verstappen for the 3rd time in this race to get P1. At Lap 58 Carlos Sainz is out of the race as his car is set on fire but thankfully he is safe that means Max is P2. And at the end it was Charles Leclerc in P1, Max Verstappen in P2 and Lewis Hamilton in P3.


Race Standings

Position 

Driver 

Team

Points

1.

Charles Leclerc 

Ferrari 

25

2.

Max Verstappen 

Red Bull 

21

3.

Lewis Hamilton 

Mercedes 

16

4.

George Russell 

Mercedes 

12

5.

Esteban Ocon 

Alpine 

10

6.

Mick Schumacher 

Haas

8

7.

Lando Norris 

McClaren 

6

8.

Kevin Magnussen 

Haas

4

9.

Daniel Ricardo 

McClaren 

2

10.

Fernando Alonso 

Alpine 

1

11.

Valteri Bottas 

Alfa Romeo 

0

12.

Alex Albon 

Williams 

0

13.

Lance Stroll 

Aston Martin 

0

14.

Zhou Guanyu 

Alfa Romeo 

0

15.

Pierre Gasly 

AlphaTauri 

0

16.

Yuki Tsunoda 

AlphaTauri 

0

17.

Sebastian Vettel 

Aston Martin 

0

DNF

Carlos Sainz 

Ferrari 

0

DNF

Nicholas Latifi 

Williams 

0

DNF

Sergio Perez 

Red Bull 

0

 

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