F1 This is how the 2022 championship of the highest

F1: This is how the 2022 championship of the highest category concluded | Results

The 2022 Formula 1 season came to an end after the race of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix from the yas marina circuit. Now, the teams will begin to work towards the 2023 campaignwhich will start the March 5 with the Bahrain Grand Prix.

In the Drivers Championshipwas the Dutchman of Red Bull, Max Verstappenwho was crowned for the second time in a rowmarking 454 points Y winning 15 of the 22 races of the 2022 calendar. ‘Mad Max’ once again demonstrated that on board a competitive car like the RB18is an almost impossible rival to beat.

The runner-up it was for charles leclerc of the team Ferrariwhat with 308 points He was able to salvage a season that began perfectly for the Tifosi, but gradually lost strength against the Austrians.

The Mexican, Sergio ‘Checo’ Pérez, finished thirdmarking 305 pointsand closing the best season of his career. Although he was 1.3 seconds from 1-2 for Red Bull, the Mexican will enter 2023 in the best moment of his career, having winning two races, including the legendary Monaco circuit.

The top 10 of the 2022 Drivers’ Championship closed as follows:

4th George Russell – Mercedes AMG (275 points)
5th Carlos Sainz –Ferrari (246 points)
6th Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes AMG (240 points)
7th Lando Norris – McLaren (122 points)
8th Esteban Ocon –Alpine (92 points)
9th Fernando Alonso –Alpine (81 points)
10th Valtteri Bottas – Alfa Romeo (49 points)

Daniel Ricciardoin his last season with McLarenfinished eleventhfollowed by Sebastian Vettelwho said goodbye to the top flight after Sunday’s raceafter leaving a historic legacy in the Great Circus.

In the Constructors’ Championship, Red Bull was dominant, scoring 759 points205 more than the runner-up Ferrariwhich despite starting the year at the top, ended with only 554 points totals. Mercedes was able to turn around an unusual season for them, closing the top three with 515 points. The final results between teams were the following:

4th Alpine (173 points)
5th McLaren (159 points)
6th Alfa Romeo (55 points)
6th Aston Martin (55 points)
8th Haas (37 points)
9° Alphatauri (35 points)
10th Williams (8 points)