F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

Sergio Perez (MEX) Red Bull Racing RB18 leads at the start of the race. 02.10.2022. Formula 1 World Championship, Rd 17, Singapore Grand Prix, Marina Bay Street Circuit, Singapore, Race Day. – www.xpbimages.com, EMail: requests@xpbimages.com © Copyright: Batchelor / XPB Images

Sergio Perez claimed victory in the Singapore Grand Prix as he coped well with the pressure from behind, as Charles Leclerc chased the Mexican for the majority of the race before falling away at the end.

Carlos Sainz finished third to give Ferrari a 2-3 finish, though the Spaniard was well off the pace, finishing 15 seconds behind despite two Safety Car restarts bunching the field up.

McLaren enjoyed a good result with Lando Norris leading team-mate Daniel Ricciardo across the line in fourth and fifth. Lance Stroll was sixth.

Max Verstappen had a nightmare race, but managed to recover from the back of the field to finish seventh with a late pass on Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton in eighth and ninth. Pierre Gasly was the final points finisher.

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The race saw six retirements; Yuki Tsunoda, Esteban Ocon, Alex Albon, Fernando Alonso, Nicholas Latifi and Guanyu Zhou.

Check out the full race result for the Singapore Grand Prix below;

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

F1 2022 Singapore Grand Prix: Race Result

Position Driver Team Gap
1 Sergio Perez Red Bull
2 Charles Leclerc Ferrari 7.595
3 Carlos Sainz Jr Ferrari 15.305
4 Lando Norris McLaren 26.133
5 Daniel Ricciardo McLaren 58.282
6 Lance Stroll Aston Martin 61.330
7 Max Verstappen Red Bull 63.825
8 Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin 65.032
9 Lewis Hamilton Mercedes 66.515
10 Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri 74.576
11 Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo 93.844
12 Kevin Magnussen Haas 97.610
13 Mick Schumacher Haas 1 Lap
14 George Russell Mercedes 2 Laps
15 Yuki Tsunoda AlphaTauri DNF
16 Esteban Ocon Alpine DNF
17 Alex Albon Williams DNF
18 Fernando Alonso Alpine DNF
19 Nicholas Latifi Williams DNF
20 Guanyu Zhou Alfa Romeo DNF

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