2022 F1 season is the 2022 F1 season is the 73rd season of the Formula 1 world championship.
F1 teams and drivers for 2022.
The complete roster of this season is confirmed. The most significant changes include George Russell’s Move to be part of Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes, to replace Valtteri Bottas, who was resigned for Alfa Romeo.
Zhou Guanyu has also joined F1 and is one of the drivers from China to compete in the F1 series.
Here’s the latest information regarding the 2022 lineup so far:
Learn about the most recent developments in the 2022 F1 driver and engine market here, including the deals that have been officially revealed and other’silly-season information:
- Verstappen tipped for lucrative new Red Bull F1 deal
- Latifi will help combat online abuse following the Abu Dhabi ordeal
- Zhou gets place 24 on the list and Ferrari eliminate ‘MissionWinnow in 2022’s F1 entries list
- Kubica to continue as Alfa Romeo reserve driver as Orlen extends title sponsorship
- Zhou gets the final spot on grid 2022 and becomes the first F1 driver to be Chinese racer
Manufacturer of power units Honda will exit Formula 1 at the end of 2021. Their customers for their engines Red Bull and AlphaTauri are not yet able to determine the power units they’ll employ in 2022.
Read all the articles about the teams, drivers and engine manufacturers in 2020’s Formula 1 championship.
Here’s the most current information about the races that are confirmed to be held in the 2022 season , including the brand new Miami Grand Prix:
Find out the most recent developments in 2022’s F1 Calendar here:
- Doohan’s run in practice earns praise However, Alpine remains undecided about its the reserve role
- Verstappen “will keep striving to set records for the remainder of his life” – his rivals
- Mercedes provide the explanation for Hamilton’s engine cut-outs in the Mexican Grand Prix
- The revenue from the any new title sponsors will take Haas to cost cap – Steiner
- Mercedes doubt tyre plan will cost Hamilton the chance to defeat Verstappen to take the victory
F1 will roll out 18-inch wheels in 2022.Formula 1 will introduce a major overhaul of its technical rules in 2022. The changes, designed to allow cars to race more closely and facilitate taking overtaking, have been in debate for some time.
The new regulations were initially scheduled to be introduced in 2021. After the disruption caused by Covid-19 virus in the year 2020 The decision was made to delay their implementation to save money.
Find out more below about the changes proposed and confirmed to the F1 technical and sporting rules for the championship in 2022:
- The secret challenges that F1 has faced with its biggest modification to its power unit rules in 2014
- FIA increases the weight of the new F1 cars for 2022 yet again
- F1 scheduled for the season-opening the 2022 sprint event and additional points available
- Q3 rule, which gives the top teams “even more advantages” could be removed
- Races to qualify for the Six Sprint, as well as testing changes negotiated with F1 Commission for 2022
Read all the articles about the likely 2022 rules changes.
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Others F1 seasons
- 2023 F1 season
- 2021 F1 season
- 2020 F1 season
- 2019 F1 season
- 2017 F1 season
- 2017 F1 season
- 2016. F1 season
- F1 season 2015 F1 season
- 2013 F1 season
- 2013. F1 season
- 2011 F1 season
- 2011. F1 season
- 2010. F1 season
- 2009. F1 season
- The 2008 F1 season
- 2007 F1 season
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