F1 Report

Australian Grand Prix (2022)

Date:
Track: Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit - Melbourne - Australia

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#DriverConstructorPts.TimeResultFastest L.Grid
1Charles Leclerc (16)
Ferrari
261:27:46.548Finished1:20.2601
2Sergio Pérez (11)
Red Bull
18+20.524Finished1:21.0943
3George Russell (63)
Mercedes
15+25.593Finished1:21.4956
4Lewis Hamilton (44)
Mercedes
12+28.543Finished1:21.8865
5Lando Norris (4)
McLaren
10+53.303Finished1:22.2484
6Daniel Ricciardo (3)
McLaren
8+53.737Finished1:22.4517
7Esteban Ocon (31)
Alpine F1 Team
6+1:01.683Finished1:22.4698
8Valtteri Bottas (77)
Alfa Romeo
4+1:08.439Finished1:21.65112
9Pierre Gasly (10)
AlphaTauri
2+1:16.221Finished1:22.73111
10Alexander Albon (23)
Williams
1+1:19.382Finished1:22.58920
11Guanyu Zhou (24)
Alfa Romeo
0+1:21.695Finished1:22.54114
12Lance Stroll (18)
Aston Martin
0+1:28.598Finished1:23.59219
13Mick Schumacher (47)
Haas F1 Team
0+1 Lap1:23.00615
14Kevin Magnussen (20)
Haas F1 Team
0+1 Lap1:23.07116
15Yuki Tsunoda (22)
AlphaTauri
0+1 Lap1:23.34213
16Nicholas Latifi (6)
Williams
0+1 Lap1:23.88218
17Fernando Alonso (14)
Alpine F1 Team
0+1 Lap1:20.84610
Max Verstappen (33)
Red Bull
0Fuel leak1:21.6772
Sebastian Vettel (5)
Aston Martin
0Accident1:25.18917
Carlos Sainz (55)
Ferrari
0Spun off9
Season overview

Race Notes

* of the drivers which finished

** without extreme laps (time < 1.5 * fastest lap)

Average Driver Lap Times

* of the drivers which finished

** without extreme laps (time < 1.5 * fastest lap)

Average Constructor Lap Times
Average Constructor Pitstops

Tyre selection

The C4 compound was skipped in favor of C5 in the Australian Grand Prix 2022.

Out of five possible tyre compounds Pirelli selects a set of three for each race weekend. C1 is the hardest available tyre and C5 is the softest one. Intermediate and wet tyres are the same each weekend. The hardest tyre in a reace is always coloured white, the middle one yellow and the softest one red.

Tyre regulations

CategoryFrontRear
Min. Starting Pressures24.5 psi21.5 psi
EOS Camber Limit-3.50°-1.75°

Pirelli Track Characteristics

Traction

3 / 5

Braking

3 / 5

Lateral

3 / 5

Tyre Stress

3 / 5

Track Evolution

4 / 5

Asphalt Grip

2 / 5

Asphalt Abrasion

2 / 5

Downforce

3 / 5

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