F1 2022 drivers - 2022 F1 drivers, teams and engine suppliers · RaceFans
Russell admits back and chest pain from porpoising effect, warns ‘it’s not sustainable for drivers’
While Pirelli remain the official tyre partner and provider, would partner and supply the rims to all Formula One teams from 2022 as part of a four-year deal.
George Russell Red Bull Racing 33.
Russell also had the added challenge of having to defend from Valtteri Bottas in the closing stages at Imola on Sunday, something he says led to him thinking about their collision at the same circuit in similar conditions when Bottas raced for Mercedes a year ago.
Missing out Ferrari's Charles Leclerc was the driver to miss out on the top 10, the championship leader having put in solid performances in qualifying and the Sprint — but losing out late in the Grand Prix to mount a recovery to P6.
Current Mercedes-AMG junior driver Russell has been racing for Williams for three seasons now, impressing with a series of qualifying results that dragged a slow car into the latter stages before backing that up with a pair of points finishes in the last few races, including his first F1 podium at Spa.
2022 F1 drivers and teams – latest updates. Read about the latest developments on the 2022 F1 driver market here: Renault expected to announce Alonso’s return for 2021 season; Who will get the call if an F1 team needs a reserve driver this year; Mercedes keeping options open on Vettel in case Hamilton or Bottas leave, says Wolff
Alfa Romeo. Zhou Guanyu – #24 Valtteri Bottas – #77. Alfa Romeo are the only team to field an all-new line-up for 2022, Bottas joining the squad from Mercedes while Zhou Guanyu will be the grid's sole rookie – and the first full-time Chinese F1 driver in history – as he graduates from F2.
Lance Stroll is particularly known for his excellent performance in wet weather, making him one of the most promising F1 drivers to keep an eye on this 2022 season. Zhou Guanyu Image credit: Formula 1. Guanyu is special among F1 racers as he is the first Chinese driver in the history of the elite motorsport competition.
The 2022 F1 season comes with a significant amount of rules and regulation changes, which brings out the possibility of drivers changing places in the grid, contrasting to what was seen in the 2021 season. Meanwhile, here’s a look at who were the fastest and slowest drivers for the teams during the three days of Bahrain pre-season testing. Day 1
Meanwhile, a total of 16 out of the 20 drivers in the grid for the 2021 season retained their seats for the upcoming seasons, while there is one rookie driver and three drivers who have switched teams. A look at the drivers in the grid for F1 2022 season-Red Bull- Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez
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