F1 2022 results: Singapore Grand Prix – Race (Marina Bay)

Action during the Singapore Grand Prix. Marina Bay, October 2022. Results

Red Bull’s Sergio Perez has won the 2022 Singapore Grand Prix, weathering a race of intense pressure and changeable weather conditions.

Perez held his nerve throughout the entire two-hour duration of the Singapore Grand Prix, having taken the lead on the run to Turn 1.

The Mexican driver had to weather intense pressure throughout the entire race, with Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc breathing down his neck for almost the whole duration – particularly following the switch to slick tyres in the final quarter of the Grand Prix.

With Perez coming home as the victor, the two Ferrari drivers took the rest of the podium as Leclerc had the measure of Carlos Sainz.

However, Perez is under investigation for an alleged Safety Car infringement – the stewards are set to examine the incident following the race.

Max Verstappen, who started from eighth place, had a dramatic race that started with him falling to 12th on the opening lap. Slowly clawing his way to fifth during the first half, the reigning World Champion made an uncharacteristic error while tackling Lando Norris for fourth place – taking to the escape area and being forced to pit for fresh tyres after the dramatic lock-up.

The results mean that the Drivers’ Championship will continue on until the Japanese Grand Prix, when Verstappen will have his next opportunity to seal the title.

Classification: 2022 Singapore Grand Prix

  1. Sergio Perez Red Bull 60 Laps
  2. Charles Leclerc Ferrari +7.595
  3. Carlos Sainz 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. Zhou Guanyu Alfa Romeo DNF

Read More: Our full report on all the on-track events during a frantic Singapore Grand Prix.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top