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How many races are left in the 2022 season?

This Sunday, August 28, Formula 1 races return after their summer break. The last date that races were held was July 31, and almost a mo


This Sunday, August 28, Formula 1 races return after their summer break. The last date that races were held was July 31, and almost a month later the drivers return to face off in the fourteenth race of 2022 in Belgium.

The 2022 Formula 1 calendar is made up of 22 Grand Prix, which will take place on the best circuits in the world. And, for now, the competitors have already raced in more than half of the GPs planned for this season.

However, there are still 9 more tracks where they will have to face each other to meet the constructors’ and drivers’ champion; because the winner could be defined until the last minute.

What GPs are left of Formula 1 this 2022?

For this 2022 there are still 9 Formula 1 GPs left where the runners of this sport will face each other. The dates and circuits in which they will take place are the following:

  • Belgium: August 28 at Spa-Francorhamps
  • Netherlands: September 4 in Zandvoort
  • Italy: September 11 in Monza
  • Singapore: October 2 at Marina Bay Circuit
  • Japan: October 9 at Suzuka
  • USA: October 21 at Circuit of the Americas
  • Mexico: October 30 at Hermanos Rodríguez
  • Brazil: November 13 in Interlagos
  • Abu Dhabi: November 20 at Yas Marina

Who is winning in F1?

After 13 races of the 2022 Formula 1 season, the championship is being led by Red Bull’s Max Verstappen with 258 points. Next to him is Charles Leclerc of Ferrari with 178 points. In third place is the Mexican Sergio Pérez (Red Bull) with 173 points and in fourth George Russell (Mercedes) with 158.

For its part, the F1 2022 constructors’ championship is led by REd Bull, which accumulates 431 points, followed by Ferrari with 334; with Mercedes in third place (204 points) and Alpine Renault in fourth (99 points).

Starting grid for the Belgian GP

During the fourteenth race, which will be held in Belgium, the starting grid after qualifying looks like this:

  1. Sainz (Ferrari)
  2. Perez (Red Bull)
  3. Alonzo (Alpine)
  4. L. Hamilton (Mercedes)
  5. G. Russell (Mercedes)
  6. A. Albon (Williams)
  7. D. Ricciardo (McLaren)
  8. P. Gasly (Alpha Tauri)
  9. L. Stroll (Aston Martin)
  10. Vettel (Aston Martin)
  11. N. Latifi (Williams)
  12. Magnussen (Haas)
  13. Tsunoda (Alpha Tauri)
  14. Bottas (Alfa Romeo)
  15. Verstappen (Red Bull)
  16. Leclerc (Ferrari)
  17. Ocon (Alpine)
  18. Norris (McLaren)
  19. Zhu (Alfa Romeo)
  20. Schumacher (Haas)

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