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F1-2022: Drivers and Provisional Race Calendar

F1-2022: Drivers and Provisional Race Calendar

Racing fans, if you have missed out on the line-up of Drivers and Provisional Race Calendar for 2022, here it is. All the ten teams have almost confirmed their drivers. This list is as published and last updated on 16th November 2021 by the

The major changes as of now are George Russel replacing Valteri Bottas in Mercedes and Guanyu Zhou replacing Giovinazzi at Alfa Romeo. There are 23 race events expected for 2022. There will be a new set of rules, opportunities and much different cars than 2021. The first race is on March 20 at Bahrain and the last in Abu Dhabi on November 20.

Formula 1 in 2022: Confirmed grid

  1. Alfa Romeo – Valtteri Bottas (77) and Guanyu Zhou (24)
  2. AlphaTauri – Pierre Gasly (10) and Yuki Tsunoda (22)
  3. Alpine – Fernando Alonso (14) and Esteban Ocon (31)
  4. Aston Martin – Sebastian Vettel (5) and Lance Stroll (18)
  5. Ferrari – Charles Leclerc (16) Carlos Sainz (55)
  6. Haas – Mick Schumacher (47) and Nikita Mazepin (9)
  7. McLaren – Daniel Ricciardo (3) and Lando Norris (4)
  8. Mercedes – Lewis Hamilton (44) and George Russell (63)
  9. Red Bull – Max Verstappen (33) and Sergio Perez (11)
  10. Williams – Alex Albon (23) and Nicholas Latifi (6)

Provisional 2022 F1 calendar

  • 20 March: Bahrain (Sakhir)
  • 27 March: Saudi Arabia (Jeddah)
  • 10 April: Australia (Melbourne)
  • 24 April: Emilia Romagna (Imola)
  • 8 May: Miami (Miami)
  • 22 May: Spain (Barcelona)
  • 29 May: Monaco (Monaco)
  • 12 June: Azerbaijan (Baku)
  • 19 June: Canada (Montreal)
  • 3 July: Great Britain (Silverstone)
  • 10 July: Austria (Spielberg)
  • 24 July: France (Le Castellet)
  • 31 July: Hungary (Budapest)
  • 28 August: Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)
  • 4 September: Netherlands (Zandvoort)
  • 11 September: Italy (Monza)
  • 25 September: Russia (Sochi)
  • 2 October: Singapore (Marina Bay)
  • 9 October: Japan (Suzuka)
  • 23 October: USA (Austin)
  • 30 October: Mexico (Mexico City)
  • 13 November: Brazil (Sao Paulo)
  • 20 November: Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina)

For those who want to have a recap of F1 Schedules and Results of 2021, please read it here. While it was interesting to watch all race events in 2021, the ending was highly heartbreaking for many. There is a speculation going on about Lewis Hamilton’s future in F1 after the title loss to Max Verstappen in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. Let us all hope he continues racing in F1 and makes another great season. Also, it is believed that Max Verstappen would be using the No. 1 instead of his No. 33 as he himself mentioned it earlier.

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