Monzathe temple of speed and the house of ferrari. A place of happiness for tifosi which lately has given the opposite. And in this 2022 it was the Race Direction who was in charge of ruining the dreams of the fans in the Italian Grand Prix.
With six laps to finish the race Daniel Ricciardo He had to leave, stopping in an area that forced the tow truck out. At that time, instead of raising the red flag and avoiding risks, the FIA chose to draw a late Safety Car which lasted until the end. Max Verstappen took a fair victory, but in strange conditions because it deprived the tifosi of a resolution in conditions.
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A fifth straight win for Max Verstappen 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆#ItalianGP #F1 pic.twitter.com/AYpykOMnUR
— Formula 1 (@F1) September 11, 2022
charles leclerc In this way, he could not fight for victory after losing the lead at the beginning with a different strategy on a podium completed by a correct George Russell.
Negative weekend for Spanish speakers. Czech Perez He had a difficult Sunday from the beginning although he managed to climb to sixth position. While, Carlos Sainz he had the podium in his hand but the safety car He took away that option. Finally, Fernando Alonso retired due to engine problems.
This is the eleventh victory of Max Verstappen in this season and the 31st of his career. The Dutchman could be mathematically champion in the next race.
Positions, times and final classification of the Italian GP
|9th||Nyck de Vries||+7,122|
|13th||Valtteri Bottas||+1 lap|
|14th||yuki tsunoda||+1 lap|
|15th||Nicholas Latifi||+1 lap|
|16th||Kevin Magnussen||+1 lap|
Dropouts: Sebastian Vettel (mechanical failure); Fernando Alonso (mechanical failure); Lance Stroll (brake problem); Daniel Ricciardo (mechanical failure)
The 2022 Italian GP race, live and direct
Lap 53 of 53 – Max Verstappen takes victory under the safety car and sadly without a battle for victory. Charles Leclerc and George Russell close the podium.
Lap 51 of 53 – Strangely, the Race Direction did not decide to raise the red flag to get Ricciardo out of there. The race can be resolved after safety car.
Lap 47 of 54 – The race is animated because Daniel Ricciardo remains stopped between the curves of Lesmo. out the Safety Car.
Lap 44 of 53 – Checo enters to protect himself from Hamilton who had been cutting him a second per lap with new tires. The Mexican returns in seventh place.
Lap 41 of 53 – Retirement of Lance Stroll due to a brake problem. Fateful weekend for Aston Martin.
Lap 40 of 53 – Ferrari’s hopes are definitely dissipated. The soft tire did not work for Leclerc who got stuck in the 18 second gap. Verstappen will win barring a drastic turn of events.
Lap 36 of 53 – Lando Norris comes in to make his first stop and comes out behind Ricciardo and Gasly due to a poor save.
Lap 34 of 53 – Charles Leclerc turns his one-stop strategy into two and mounts the soft. The goal of the Monegasque seems impossible given the layout and the level of Max.
Lap 32 of 53 – Fernando Alonso has to leave due to a mechanical problem. The Spaniard puts an end to a streak of 10 races scoring points and just in his record GP.
Lap 30 of 53 – Verstappen has taken three seconds from him in practically three laps. The Dutchman has another sensational victory in his hand thanks to an impeccable strategy and a pace far superior to the rest.
Lap 27 of 53 – Hamilton passes Alonso after three laps trying and is placed in sixth position with options to continue advancing.
Lap 26 of 53 – For Verstappen, he mounts the middle and is placed 10 seconds behind Leclerc. Ferrari’s hope is that the degradation of the environment is not very high or that there is a Safety Car. Complicated.
Lap 25 of 53 – Alonso complains that the energy deployment is not adequate. His pace plummets and he can lose position to Hamilton.
Lap 23 of 53 – Things get complicated for Leclerc and Ferrari as Verstappen and Russell stay on the track with soft while the difference barely changes. The Italians may have pulled the race themselves.
Lap 20 of 53 – Pit Stop Dance: Gasly, Ricciardo, Ocon and De Vries enter among the main contenders.
Lap 17 of 53 – Five second penalty for Kevin Magnussen for leaving the track and gaining an advantage.
Lap 14 of 53 – Sainz has already placed fourth, just behind Leclerc. The problem for the Monegasque is that the Spaniard arrives with a brutal race pace and can jeopardize his teammate’s strategy, especially when he has to make another stop.
Lap 13 of 53 – Ferrari risks and puts Leclerc in the pits. Now the Monegasque will go to two stops after riding the middle. Verstappen leads.
Lap 12 of 53 – Sebastian Vettel has to retire due to an unknown engine problem. The Virtual Safety Car is imposed.
Lap 10 of 53 – Sainz progresses adequately and his pace is very high. He is on medium tires and has already cracked the top seven. The problem is that he will have to overcome the DRS train led by Ricciardo (4th).
Lap 8 of 53 – Pérez enters to change wheels to ride hard but when he leaves he reports smoke in the right front wheel. He may have to stop again or retire due to overheating of the brakes.
Lap 7 of 53 – Bad start for Pérez who, due to a bad start, has been left behind, running 13th. Just like Hamilton, who has barely managed to advance positions and remains behind (18th).
Lap 6 of 53 – Carlos Sainz continues to advance positions and in just 6 laps he gets into the points. He is already 10th, a great comeback for the Spanish.
Lap 5 of 53 – And it doesn’t take long for the Dutchman to get even with Russell. The distance between Leclerc and Verstappen is 2 seconds with a world ahead.
Lap 3 of 53 – Verstappen has tremendous pace and trails Russell with DRS.
Lap 1 of 53 – Great start for Max Verstappen who moved into third position taking advantage of a bad start from Norris and Alonso. Leclerc tries to escape but the Dutchman goes very fast.
Minute of silence for the death of Elizabeth II of England
We pause for a minute’s silence to remember the life of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II pic.twitter.com/HAawwU6bJ7
— Formula 1 (@F1) September 11, 2022
Hilly drivers parade
One of the cars that took the drivers around the track ended up in the gravel:
One of the drivers’ parade cars is beached ☠️ pic.twitter.com/Hl8sngVeVd
– Ferrari News 🐎 (@FanaticsFerrari) September 11, 2022
The atmosphere in Monza is second to none
A few classics for today’s Drivers Parade!#HaasF1 #ItalianGP pic.twitter.com/6WRbzxqvrq
— Haas F1 Team (@HaasF1Team) September 11, 2022
The fastest strategies
As published by Pirelli, these would be the most appropriate tire strategies for the race:
- Soft up to V18-24 and Lasted until the end
- Medium up to V23-30 and Lasted until the end
- Soft up to V22-28 and medium until the end
How to watch the 2022 Italian Grand Prix F1 race?
The platform that owns the television rights of F1 in Spain, DAZNwill broadcast everything that happens at the 2022 Italian Grand Prix.
In Mexico they will be Fox Sports 3 and Fox Sports PremiumMeanwhile in USA will signal ESPN2.
In Argentina it will be seen through Fox Sports Y Star+ streaming.
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|Day||Session||Mexico (CDMX)||United States (ET)||Argentina||Spain|
|Sunday September 11||Race||8:00||9 o’clock||10:00||15:00|
Italian GP 2022, results, positions and summary of one more victory for Max Verstappen in an ill-advised end of the race