F1 Dutch GP 2022 Race Results

    Max Verstappen won his home race after an enthralling 2022 Dutch Grand Prix that saw a Virtual Safety Car and an actual Safety Car period turn the race on its head


    Red Bull Formula 1 star Max Verstappen claimed his second Dutch Grand Prix win in as many years with the Dutchman profiting off a Virtual Safety Car and Safety Car period. He beat Mercedes’ George Russell and Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc, who finished second and third respectively.

    Lewis Hamilton, who looked on course to claim his first win of 2022 for a large part of the race, could only finish fourth. The seven-time world champion was the big loser during the safety car periods with the British driver out of position on both occasions.

    Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz was handed a time penalty for an unsafe release meaning Sergio Perez moved into fifth.

    Behind the leaders, Fernando Alonso and Lando Norris enjoyed a great battle towards the end of the race with the Spaniard using his experience to prevail over the McLaren driver.

    F1 2022 Dutch GP Full Race Results

    1.Max VerstappenRed Bull Racing1:36:42.773
    2.George RussellMercedes+4.071
    3.Charles LeclercFerrari+10.929
    4.Lewis HamiltonMercedes+13.016
    5.Sergio PerezRed Bull Racing+18.168
    6.Fernando AlonsoAlpine+18.754
    7.Lando NorrisMcLaren+19.306
    8.Carlos SainzFerrari+20.916
    9.Esteban OconAlpine+21.117
    10.Lance StrollAston Martin+22.459
    11.Pierre GaslyAlphaTauri+27.009
    12.Alex AlbonWilliams+30.390
    13.Mick SchumacherHaas+32.995
    14.Sebastian VettelAston Martin+36.007
    15.Kevin MagnussenHaas+36.869
    16.Guanyu ZhouAlfa Romeo+37.320
    17.Daniel RicciardoMcLaren+37.764
    18.Nicholas LatifiWiliams+1 lap
    19.Valtteri BottasAlfa RomeoDNF
    20.Yuki TsunodaAlphaTauriDNF


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