Event: Japanese Grand Prix
Track: Suzuka Circuit

Race Results 2022 Japanese F1 Grand Prix

Start of the 2022 Japanese F1 Grand Prix (Photo by Peter Fox/Getty Images)

Weather: wet  16.1°C
Tarmac: wet  19.3°C
Humidity : 91%
Wind : 3.2 m/s N
Pressure: 1016 bar

Max Verstappen won his 32nd F1 race at the 2022 Japanese F1 GP today. The Red Bull driver started from pole position and won on the Suzuka circuit for the first time. It was his 12th win of the season. The Red Bull Racing team scored their 89th race win.

Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc received a 5 seconds penalty for leaving the track and gaining an advantage in the final corner of the Grand Prix and ended up third instead of second. This resulted in Verstappen winning his second Formula 1 Drivers' Title.

Classification 2022 Japanese F1 GP

PNoDriverTeamTimeLapsGridPts
11Netherlands Max Verstappen
Austria Red Bull03:01:44.00429
1
25
211Mexico Sergio Pérez
Austria Red Bull03:02:11.07029
4
18
316Monaco Charles Leclerc
Italy Ferrari03:02:15.76729
2
15
431France Esteban Ocon
France Alpine03:02:23.68929
5
12
544United Kingdom Lewis Hamilton
Germany Mercedes03:02:24.33029
6
10
65Germany Sebastian Vettel
United Kingdom Aston Martin03:02:30.36229
9
8
714Spain Fernando Alonso
France Alpine03:02:30.37329
7
6
863United Kingdom George Russell
Germany Mercedes03:02:31.66529
8
4
96Canada Nicholas Latifi
United Kingdom Williams03:02:54.14729
19
2
104United Kingdom Lando Norris
United Kingdom McLaren03:02:54.78629
10
1
113Australia Daniel Ricciardo
United Kingdom McLaren03:02:56.88129
11
0
1218Canada Lance Stroll
United Kingdom Aston Martin03:02:57.90829
18
0
1322Japan Yuki Tsunoda
Italy AlphaTauri03:02:59.60329
13
0
1420Denmark Kevin Magnussen
United States Haas03:03:10.02029
17
0
1577Finland Valtteri Bottas
Switzerland Alfa Romeo03:03:10.50029
12
0
1624China Zhou Guanyu
Switzerland Alfa Romeo03:03:11.04729
14
0
1747Germany Mick Schumacher
United States Haas03:03:16.52729
15
0
1810France Pierre Gasly
Italy AlphaTauri03:03:32.09529
20
0
DNF23Thailand Alexander Albon
United Kingdom WilliamsPower unit0
16
0
DNF55Spain Carlos Sainz
Italy FerrariCrashed0
3
0

Fastest lap 1:44.411 min by Guanyu Zhou, Alfa Romeo Car #24 lap 20

Notes:

  • Charles Leclerc, Ferrari #16 - 5 second time penalty for leaving the track and gaining an advantage.
  • Pierre Gasly, AlphaTauri #10 - 20 second time penalty for speeding under red flag conditions.
2022 Japanese F1 GP Results
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12 F1 Fan comments on “Race Results 2022 Japanese F1 Grand Prix

  1. shroppyfly

    Congratulations to Max, Rb, and Honda, apparently one of the 1st tweets was from Toto and Lucy, offering there congratulations, with forked Tongue and Tissues.

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  2. Jere Jyrälä

    Confusing indeed as 75% distance didn't get reached.
    The recovery vehicle shouldn’t have entered the track until everyone has passed Sainz’s stranded car, regardless of Gasly’s approach speed, so investigation into Gasly’s behavior is questionable.
    Otherwise, Max was in a class of his own, & Checo rightfully got 2nd place.

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    • Blo

      Agreed.Gasly’s investigation is a smoke screen to divert attention away from the FIA cock up that must be investigated.
      Max & Red Bull in a class of their own,(Unsurprisingly).

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  3. Nobodysperfect

    Can't believe drivers are allowed to start on intermediates on a track that's full of puddels and rivers and it even still rains... That's the main reason, why we had to wait for a dredfull 2,5 hours before the start of a very short race we had to miss for 3 years...

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      • TruePost

        Again, you got that right Shrop. And time was manipulated to prevent Lewis from catching up and winning the race!!!

        Max is the most amazing and most talented driver to come around for years, maybe forever.

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      • CanadianEh

        Hey, Stroppy - I love it. The Budget Cap Breach was due to Red Bull installing a HAARP antenna array upwind of the Suzuka site, to ensure heavy rains and lousy weather. Full marls for planning there, boyz.

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  4. Doug

    While they look you in the face with unflinching certainty and tell you we are all going to ph--king die because of fossil fuels, they cannot predict the weather the day before the race. All you wankers that believe in "climate change" formerly known as "global warming" eat a bag of di-ks.

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