calendar, drivers, teams, rankings after the Canadian GP

Winner in quick succession in Baku and Montreal, Max Verstappen (Red Bull) accentuates his status as leader of the championship ahead of his teammate Sergio Pérez.

[Mis à jour le 20/06/2022 à 12h10] On the occasion of its 73rd season, the Formula 1 world championship displays several major new features. This concerns in particular a record calendar of 23 races, until November 20 (eventually reduced to 22 dates after the non-replacement of the Russian GP), but also a new regulations likely to modify the hierarchy in force for the last decade, with the world titles being shared solely between Red Bull and Mercedes.

Moreover, the first Grand Prix of the 2022 financial year, contested on March 20 in Bahraingave rise to a doubled FerrariCharles Leclerc winning ahead of Carlos Sainz. To date, the Monegasque has two victories this season, against six for Max Verstappenwinner in quick succession Azerbaijan and at Canada. After 9 innings, the Dutchman is a solid championship leader with 175 points on the clockwhile Sergio Pérez (Red Bull), credited with success in Monaco, and Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) follow with 129 and 126 points respectively. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) is only in 6th place with 77 units. Among the manufacturers, Red Bull leads the debate with 304 points, against 228 and 188 for Ferrari and Mercedes. The next Grand Prix will take place on July 3 at Silverstone as part of the British Grand Prix.

Ranking 2022 pilots

  • After the Canadian GP (9/22)
  1. Max Verstappen (Red Bull) – 175 pts
  2. Sergio Perez (Red Bull) – 129 pts
  3. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) – 126 pts
  4. George Russell (Mercedes) – 111 pts
  5. Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) – 102 pts
  6. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) – 77 pts
  7. Lando Norris (McLaren) – 50 pts
  8. Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo) – 46 pts
  9. Esteban Ocon (Alpine) – 39 pts
  10. Fernando Alonso (Alpine) – 18 points
  11. Pierre Gasly (AlphaTauri) – 16 pts
  12. Kevin Magnussen (Haas) – 15 pts
  13. Daniel Ricciardo (McLaren) – 15 points
  14. Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin) – 13 points
  15. Yuki Tsunoda (AlphaTauri) – 11 pts
  16. Guanyu Zhou (Alfa Romeo) – 5 pts
  17. Alexander Albon (Williams) – 3 pts
  18. Lance Stroll (Aston Martin) – 3 pts
  19. Mick Schumacher (Haas) – 0 pts
  20. Nico Hulkenberg (Aston Martin) – 0 pts
  21. Nicholas Latifi (Williams) – 0 pts

Ranking 2022 teams

  • After the Canadian GP (9/22)
  1. Red Bull – 304 pts
  2. Ferrari – 228 pts
  3. Mercedes – 188 pts
  4. McLaren – 65pts
  5. Alpine – 57pts
  6. Alfa Romeo – 51 pts
  7. Alpha Tauri – 27pts
  8. Aston Martin – 16 points
  9. Haas – 15pts
  10. Williams – 3pts


Following the trend of recent years, the Formula 1 calendar is growing. Only the 2020 exercise was an exception, due to the health crisis having reduced it to 17 events. While last season posted a record total of 22 innings, this one had to push the slider a little further. Indeed, initially, no less than 23 appointments had to fill the current calendar, in the space of only eight months. Ultimately, this total was reduced to 22, after the announcement of the non-replacement of the Russian GP, ​​canceled against the background of the war in Ukraine when it was to be held at the end of September. Like last year, the kick-off of the championship was given to BahrainMarch 20th. The novelty of this exercise was placed on the date of May 8in the person of the unprecedented Grand Prix of Miami. Among the post-health crisis returns are the GPs of Australia, Canada, Singapore and Japan. the French Grand Prix retains its place on the world stage, but being shifted by one month, inheriting the date of the July 24. After the American hat-trick at the start of the fall, in the United States, Mexico and Brazil, the drop the curtain will take place as often within the framework of the Grand Prix d’Abu DhabiNovember 20.

=> All the info on the 2022 F1 calendar

Drivers and teams

Outgoing world champion, Max Verstappen chose to affix the number 1 on its Red Bullinstead of his usual number 33. For the second consecutive year, the Dutchman is supported by the Mexican Sergio Perez. in the clan mercedesthere is change with the replacement of Valtteri Bottas by george russell. Coming from Williams, the young Briton’s mission is to help the Etoile team win a ninth consecutive constructors’ title. He is associated with his compatriot Lewis Hamilton, who aims to regain his crown aiming for an eighth record crown. In a duel last year, the Red Bull and Mercedes teams could be challenged by Ferrariaccording to new technical regulations well managed by the Scuderia. Therefore, for their second season as teammates, Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz can lend themselves to dreaming of the world title. No change of drivers either at McLaren, Alpine, AlphaTauri and Aston Martin. Valtteri Bottas took refuge with Alfa Romeoalongside this season’s only rookie, Guanyu Zhou, the first Chinese starter in F1. After a year of absence, Alexander Albon has found a seat, at Williams, just like Kevin Magnussen. Haas having dismissed the Russian Nikita Mazepin, a consequence of the war in Ukraine, the Dane made a surprise return to F1.

=> All info about the pilots / about the teams

TV program

For the tenth consecutive yearthe Formula 1 broadcasting rights in France are held by Canal+. Since 2013, the group has been in charge of broadcasting all driving sessions of the queen discipline, as well as the additional categories, including Formula 2 and Formula 3. Regarding F1, the 23 events of the season are on display on the group’s various channels. Generally, the three sessions offree practice are broadcast on Canal+Sport or Canal+Décaléwhile the qualifications and the race are often entitled to exposure on Canal+. Like every year, the Formula 1 French Grand Prixscheduled for Sunday July 24, is one of the events to benefit from a free-to-air broadcast.

=> All information about the TV program

Final ranking 2021 drivers

  1. Max Verstappen (Red Bull) – 395.5 pts
  2. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) – 387.5 pts
  3. Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) – 226 pts
  4. Sergio Perez (Red Bull) – 190 pts
  5. Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) – 164.5 pts
  6. Lando Norris (McLaren) – 160 pts
  7. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) – 159 pts
  8. Daniel Ricciardo (McLaren) – 115 pts
  9. Pierre Gasly (AlphaTauri) – 110 pts
  10. Fernando Alonso (Alpine) – 81 pts
  11. Esteban Ocon (Alpine) – 74 pts
  12. Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin) – 43 points
  13. Lance Stroll (Aston Martin) – 34 pts
  14. Yuki Tsunoda (AlphaTauri) – 32 pts
  15. George Russell (Williams) – 16 points
  16. Kimi Raikkonen (Alfa Romeo) – 10 pts
  17. Nicholas Latifi (Williams) – 7 pts
  18. Antonio Giovinazzi (Alfa Romeo) – 3 pts
  19. Mick Schumacher (Haas) – 0 pts
  20. Robert Kubica (Alfa Romeo) – 0 pts
  21. Nikita Mazepin (Haas) – 0 pts

Final ranking 2021 teams

  1. Mercedes – 613.5 pts
  2. Red Bull – 585.5 pts
  3. Ferrari – 323.5 points
  4. McLaren – 275 pts
  5. Alpine – 155 pts
  6. Alpha Tauri – 142 pts
  7. Aston Martin – 77 pts
  8. Williams – 23 pts
  9. Alfa Romeo – 13pts
  10. Haas – 0 pts

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