F1 Report

French Grand Prix (2022)

Date:
Track: Circuit Paul Ricard - Le Castellet - France

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#DriverConstructorPts.TimeResultFastest L.Grid
1Max Verstappen (33)
Red Bull
251:30:02.112Finished1:37.4912
2Lewis Hamilton (44)
Mercedes
18+10.587Finished1:37.6684
3George Russell (63)
Mercedes
15+16.495Finished1:37.5486
4Sergio Pérez (11)
Red Bull
12+17.310Finished1:37.7803
5Carlos Sainz (55)
Ferrari
11+28.872Finished1:35.78119
6Fernando Alonso (14)
Alpine F1 Team
8+42.879Finished1:38.1607
7Lando Norris (4)
McLaren
6+52.026Finished1:39.0375
8Esteban Ocon (31)
Alpine F1 Team
4+56.959Finished1:38.68410
9Daniel Ricciardo (3)
McLaren
2+1:00.372Finished1:39.1339
10Lance Stroll (18)
Aston Martin
1+1:02.549Finished1:39.18515
11Sebastian Vettel (5)
Aston Martin
0+1:04.494Finished1:39.04412
12Pierre Gasly (10)
AlphaTauri
0+1:05.448Finished1:38.78614
13Alexander Albon (23)
Williams
0+1:08.565Finished1:39.19913
14Valtteri Bottas (77)
Alfa Romeo
0+1:16.666Finished1:37.96311
15Mick Schumacher (47)
Haas F1 Team
0+1:20.394Finished1:39.06817
16Guanyu Zhou (24)
Alfa Romeo
0+6 Laps1:39.36816
Nicholas Latifi (6)
Williams
0Collision damage1:39.65018
Kevin Magnussen (20)
Haas F1 Team
0Collision damage1:39.26520
Charles Leclerc (16)
Ferrari
0Accident1:38.0881
Yuki Tsunoda (22)
AlphaTauri
0Undertray1:40.2168
Season overview

* 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 medium compound combination of C2, C3, C4 was selected for the French 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 Pressures24.0 psi21.5 psi
EOS Camber Limit-3.25°-2.00°

Pirelli Track Characteristics

Traction

4 / 5

Braking

2 / 5

Lateral

4 / 5

Tyre Stress

4 / 5

Track Evolution

3 / 5

Asphalt Grip

3 / 5

Asphalt Abrasion

3 / 5

Downforce

3 / 5

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