Event: Hungarian F1 Grand Prix
Track: Hungaroring circuit

Race Results 2022 Hungarian F1 Grand Prix

Max Verstappen driving the Red Bull Racing RB18 and Esteban Ocon driving the Alpine F1 A522 Renault battle for track position during the 2022 F1 Grand Prix of Hungary (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images)

Weather: dry  18.7°C
Tarmac: dry  26.5°C
Humidity : 69%
Wind : 4.4 m/s SE
Pressure: 985.5 bar

Max Verstappen won his 28th F1 race at the 2022 Hungarian F1 GP today. The Red Bull driver started from P10 and won on the Hungaroring circuit for the first time. It was his 7th win of the season. The Red Bull Racing team scored their 84th race win.

Classification 2022 Hungarian F1 GP

PNoDriverTeamTimeLapsGridPts
11Netherlands Max Verstappen
Austria Red Bull01:39:35.91270
10
25
244United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Germany Mercedes01:39:43.74670
7
19
363United Kingdom George Russell
Germany Mercedes01:39:48.24970
1
15
455Spain Carlos Sainz
Italy Ferrari01:39:50.49170
2
12
511Mexico Sergio Pérez
Austria Red Bull01:39:51.60070
11
10
616Monaco Charles Leclerc
Italy Ferrari01:39:51.95970
3
8
74United Kingdom Lando Norris
United Kingdom McLaren01:40:54.21270
4
6
814Spain Fernando Alonso
France Alpine01:39:44.12669
6
4
931France Esteban Ocon
France Alpine01:39:47.00069
5
2
105Germany Sebastian Vettel
United Kingdom Aston Martin01:39:47.14369
18
1
1118Canada Lance Stroll
United Kingdom Aston Martin01:39:54.75469
14
0
1210France Pierre Gasly
Italy AlphaTauri01:40:07.70269
20
0
1324China Zhou Guanyu
Switzerland Alfa Romeo01:40:13.12769
12
0
1447Germany Mick Schumacher
United States Haas01:40:13.41469
15
0
153Australia Daniel Ricciardo
United Kingdom McLaren01:40:17.34969
9
0
1620Denmark Kevin Magnussen
United States Haas01:40:41.93669
13
0
1723Thailand Alexander Albon
United Kingdom Williams01:40:42.78669
17
0
186Canada Nicholas Latifi
United Kingdom Williams01:40:54.90969
19
0
1922Japan Yuki Tsunoda
Italy AlphaTauri01:40:28.74168
16
0
DNF77Finland Valtteri Bottas
Switzerland Alfa RomeoPower unit69
8
0

Fastest lap:  1:21.386 min by Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes W13 #44 in lap 57 at 193.787 km/h

2022 Hungarian F1 GP Results
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24 F1 Fan comments on “Race Results 2022 Hungarian F1 Grand Prix

  1. Jax

    So Ferrari screws Leclerc again, right after Leclerc screwed himself.
    Russell and Sainz race pace are a joke by top tier standards.
    Sir Lewis has officially proven(only to the willfully ignorant) that his race pace is superior to any team mate.
    And Binotto should be unceremoniously FIRED.

    Summer break, then on to Spa where allegedly no more flexi floor advantage.

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  2. Nobodysperfect

    Please get a better strategist at Ferrari! Can't believe it how they keep f*cking up those races man! Leclerc was in the damn lead and finished 6th, while Verstappen started from 10th, does a 360 spin and wins??? Are you kidding me?

    Heads off for Mercedes for scoring their second double podium in a row and making no mistakes. Hamilton must have driven one of his best races today.

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    • Shroppyfly

      If and it's always an if the RBS and Ferraris had been in the "normal" positions the best Merc would have been is 5th so blow up the double podium all you like Not a earnt result without others mistakes

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      • Nobodysperfect

        Not making mistakes is also an earnt result in my book.
        The result is the result man! Reality is a bitch sometimes, but it stays the relatity no matter what.

        But you can just believe what you want. I don't care. I'm a Ferrari fan, so I'm used to getting dissapointed! Hahaha

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        • Shroppyfly

          Meanwhile in the Williams debrief Latifi is asked how he felt his race went? well I started 20th and finished 20th , but on a positive note I made no mistakes,So I feel it was a well earned result based on Np reasoning he said smiling

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          • Nobodysperfect

            Hahaha, yep your a fast learner Shrop! But maybe you have to check the results again. He started 19th and finished even better today (18th). Are you sure Latifi made no mistakes today?

  3. Jere Jyrälä

    I didn’t quite see a Max win coming, so impressive, especially after the 360.
    Ferrari messed up their strategies (again).
    Russell jumping Sainz & Mercedes only 30 points behind Ferrari this late in the season speak volumes about Ferrari’s season so far.

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  4. TruePost

    Well, Max starts 10th, he runs like the wind, recovers from a little boubou, and ends up winning.

    Could it just be that he is better than everybody else?

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  5. BigSkyBob

    The team with better tire/tyre wear has the undercut. The undercut was quite powerful. Verstappen was destined for the podium by lap 13. Either Ferrari has no decent strategist who was in charge, or they gambled on rain. I'm not sure which one was the case. Bad strategy had the expected result, or the weather didn't cooperate.

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  6. TruePost

    Formula One currently has, at the very most, seven competitive drivers. Interestingly they are the drivers who finished in the first seven positions in Budapest. The rest is largely made up of those who have overstayed their welcome and maybe one or two that might still climb up.

    Is there another Max in Formula 3 somewhere???

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  7. shroppyfly

    Damn my analogy falls down again , that perky VB retiring , oh but hang on that just proves my initial point about not being earnt, on a far more humorous note i hear all the Dutch fans will be wearing "Im not drunk"T shirts (sponsored by Grolsch) for there home race, while email bombing Ferrari with messages of Better luck next year Curly and the gang.

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  8. ReallyOldRacer

    While you guys did your rants I did some digging. Turns out the red team strategist is also responsible for the espresso machine and he/she doesn't have much time to watch the race. BTW, how about Curly taking a pee break with 10 to go? That team is in absolute shambles. MB is a lock for 2d in WCC..

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  9. Doug

    I was glad to see a handshake and hug between MV and LH, they talked some in the ready room after the race, stood next to one another on the podium and even engaged in some goofin with the champagne.

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  10. Hopeinak

    Last race, the Ferrari pit wall told Carlos to box while he was literally in the middle of a great fight with Perez; this race they put Charles on hard tires after multiple other drivers had already found that the hards were no good in those track conditions… makes me wonder if Ferrari are so focused on their data and simulations that they’re not actually watching the race.

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