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F1 2022: Max Verstappen has the title in the bag and the numbers play in his favor

ANDhe Dutch Red Bull driver, Max Verstappen, had a great Sunday afternoon in front of his fans and added a new victory which increases your lead in

F1 2022: Max Verstappen has the title in the bag and the numbers play in his favor


ANDhe Dutch Red Bull driver, Max Verstappen, had a great Sunday afternoon in front of his fans and added a new victory which increases your lead in the drivers’ world championship, which is already practically decanted and that there are still many races ahead on the calendar.

With seven Grands Prix to go by the end of the season, only a Red Bull disaster could put Max’s second crown in the top flight at risk as He is more than 100 points ahead of his closest rivals: Checo Pérez and Charles Leclerc.

Beyond the broad dominance on the track that the Dutch driver shows off, the very mistakes of his persecutors make this fight practically defined, Well, both Prez and Leclerc have missed vital points.

(Photo: José María Rubio)

With the scores how are they right now. Sergio and Charles should win the next four races and that the leader does not add a single unit for the fight to tighten again, Something that seems crazy is that Red Bull has not shown any signs of having reliability problems in recent Grand Prix.

The calendar plays in favor of Verstappen

Now, beyond counting, the truth is that The rest of the calendar plays in favor of Max Verstappen, because just last year it was there when he came back and won the title from Lewis Hamilton in a close of authentic film.

With the numbers on the table and with what has been shown so far on the track, the great doubt that arises at the moment and what will be the Grand Prix in which Verstappen manages to secure the championship and it could be from Singapore or Japan when everything is finished.

This is what remains of the calendar in F1

  • September 11 Italy (Monza)
  • October 2 Singapore (Marina Bay)
  • October 9 Japan (Suzuka)
  • October 23 United States (Austin)
  • October 30 Mexico (Rodriguez Brothers)
  • November 13 Brazil (Interlagos)
  • November 20 Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina)