Event: Italian Grand Prix
Track: Monza Circuit

Race Results 2022 Italian F1 Grand Prix

Max Verstappen meets Sylvester Stallone in Monza, Italy. (Photo by Mark Thompson/Getty Images)

Weather: dry  27.5°C
Tarmac: dry  44°C
Humidity : 34%
Wind : 0.8 m/s NW
Pressure: 993.5 bar

Max Verstappen won his 31st F1 race at the 2022 Italian F1 GP today. The Red Bull driver started from P7 position and won on the Monza circuit for the first time. It was his 11th win and the 5th consecutive victory of the season. The Red Bull Racing team scored their 87th race win.

Classification 2022 Italian F1 GP

P No Driver Team Time Laps Grid Pts
1 1 Netherlands Max Verstappen
Austria Red Bull 01:20:27.511 53
2 16 Monaco Charles Leclerc
Italy Ferrari 01:20:29.957 53
3 63 United Kingdom George Russell
Germany Mercedes 01:20:30.916 53
4 55 Spain Carlos Sainz
Italy Ferrari 01:20:32.572 53
5 44 United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Germany Mercedes 01:20:32.891 53
6 11 Mexico Sergio Pérez
Austria Red Bull 01:20:33.602 53
7 4 United Kingdom Lando Norris
United Kingdom McLaren 01:20:33.718 53
8 10 France Pierre Gasly
Italy AlphaTauri 01:20:33.907 53
9 45 Netherlands Nyck de Vries
United Kingdom Williams 01:20:34.633 53
10 24 China Zhou Guanyu
Switzerland Alfa Romeo 01:20:35.421 53
11 31 France Esteban Ocon
France Alpine 01:20:35.834 53
12 47 Germany Mick Schumacher
United States Haas 01:20:36.060 53
13 77 Finland Valtteri Bottas
Switzerland Alfa Romeo 01:20:27.928 52
14 22 Japan Yuki Tsunoda
Italy AlphaTauri 01:20:28.871 52
15 6 Canada Nicholas Latifi
United Kingdom Williams 01:20:30.303 52
16 20 Denmark Kevin Magnussen
United States Haas 01:20:32.157 52
DNF 3 Australia Daniel Ricciardo
United Kingdom McLaren Power Unit 45
DNF 18 Canada Lance Stroll
United Kingdom Aston Martin Technical 39
DNF 14 Spain Fernando Alonso
France Alpine Technical 31
DNF 5 Germany Sebastian Vettel
United Kingdom Aston Martin Power Unit 10

Fastest lap: 1:24.030 min by Sergio Pérez, Red Bull RB18 #11 on lap 46

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19 F1 Fan comments on “Race Results 2022 Italian F1 Grand Prix

  1. Jere Jyrälä

    How the 2021 Abu Dhabi GP should’ve ended & the first race to end under SC neutralization since the 2019 Bahrain GP.
    De Vries has been a Latifi replacement option for a while already, but now I'm convinced he's the prime favorite for replacing Latifi as a full-time driver for next season - also a deserved DOTD honor.
    Ferrari tried, but the stop under VSC proved slightly hurried.

  2. who_cares

    what a joke

    how difficult is it to make a rule that if there's less than 5 laps to go and the safety car is out red flag the race - everyone restarts on current tires in running order with lapped cars dropping to the back of the train on the formation lap

    this should've been in place 1 week after last years finale

    also the safety car should be much slower while picking up the leader and letting cars catch the train and pick up the pace on the last lap to bring temps back up

    while i'm ranting - add an extra 100km's to monza's race distance

      • True Post

        You are correct. A race order builds up over race duration. By re-starting a race and doing away with what the drivers have achieved during the whole race, you are providing an advantage to slower performers and taking away the efforts of the leaders.

        Today Charles came second, that was the best he could do today and the safety car made no real difference except allowing his fans to go on and on with their rants. Today's race is also not likely to change anything to the eventual championship...

        Max was something like 16 seconds ahead of Charles when the safety car came out and Charles could never have made that up.

        You can re-write all races from each driver's point of view and that of their fans. I can easily show you an outcome by which Latifi would have won by at least a minute if he was a better driver and had a faster car and everybody got out of his way!!!

        I say make the best rules possible, than live by them start to finish, but don't re-start races mid way.

        • Lo

          Dead right, it’s a step to far and renders the race pointless. The only logical conclusion is that it allows F1 the ability to manipulate the races for maximum profit.
          Is stopping under safety car allowed in other formula?

  3. shroppyfly

    Rb have just put out a statement , they want to re run the whole of this season , if only to inflict more emaressment on Fia,Dame,and Curly, plus they've offered to not take take part in at least 4 races, to give the others a fighting chance, finally there is a new award this year, the Team manager with the smuggest look on his face goes to.

  4. f1award

    Driver of the day, De Vries no doubt. I've been banging on about drivers like Latifi for too long now, how can they carry on when they know half the mechcanics are probably faster.

  5. Susan

    It sounds like some people want different rules for different parts of the race. Ridicules. That would turn into a free for all amongst the teams. Rules are all thought out way before the season starts. Not everyone will agree but that is life in general. Races should not be based on fans approval or disapproval, they are just spectators, myself included. If fans can’t live with this, there are other sporting events that they can watch and complain about.

  6. Boring Blo

    Please remember
    F1 = business = maximum profit = manipulation to maximise profit. Spectacle = more fans= more profit. Controversy = stronger fan interest ( everyone has to have an opinion). Bendy rules allow even greater manipulation= more profit. Who wins who cares, drivers are paid according to their ability to attract fans = profit, most of them are good enough to get the fastest car over the line first, the rest have fathers with giant egos and giant bank accounts.
    I could go on but i’m Starting to bore myself and you lot, sorry.

  7. Blo

    If I can drive a big standard estate car capable of 155mph for 180,000 plus miles with little more than regular oil changes and no engine parts replaced and Le Mans cars can run for in excess of 24 hrs at speeds well over 200mph, can f1 cars really be that unreliable? Really!!!.

    • François Filion

      Ah, yes... Here we go. Ricciardo never broke down, he faked it and put his car in the way in the hope of giving Charles the opportunity to beat Max in revenge of his leaving RedBull thinking that he was the better driver and only ending up
      ruining his own F1 carreer.

      And actually, I never knew that absolutely all cars finished Le Mans and never broke down. As far as the big estate car going at 155mph for 180,000 plus, which one is that... Thanks.

      Max was going to win that race no matter what, he was faster than everybody else back when he was on a tricycle, wasted zero time in Formula 2, which is the usual final resting ground of hordes of losers with rich daddies.

      Give it up and Blo.


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