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F1 race day head to heads - final rankings
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F1 race day head to heads - final rankings

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F1 race day head to heads - final rankings

F1 race day head to heads - final rankings

Max Verstappen scored his 15th victory of a record-breaking F1 season to bring the year to a close at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

The Dutchman was dominant at the Yas Island circuit, while behind him Charles Leclerc overcame Sergio Perez to snatch second in the drivers' standings.

Mercedes, meanwhile, endured a difficult final race with its W13 as Lewis Hamilton retired and George Russell lacked the pace of the two teams at the front.

For Sebastian Vettel, a point from his farewell race was welcome although he had naturally hoped for more, making sure Aston Martin was aware of his disliking of the strategy calls that hampered his progress.

After the final curtain fell on the season, which drivers won out in their battles against their chief rivals in the garage next door?

F1 2022 head to head

Red Bull: Max Verstappen 17 - 5 Sergio Perez

DriverBest resultRaceRetirementsFastest laps
Verstappen1stSaudi Arabia, Emilia Romagna, Miami, Spain, Azerbaijan, Canada, France, Hungary, Belgium, Netherlands, Italy, Japan, USA, Mexico City, Abu Dhabi15
Perez1stMonaco, Singapore23

Championship position

DriverPositionPoints
Verstappen1st454
Perez3rd305

Ferrari: Charles Leclerc 12 - 9 Carlos Sainz *Both drivers retired in Azerbaijan

DriverBest resultRaceRetirementsFastest laps
Leclerc1stBahrain, Australia, Austria33
Sainz1stGreat Britain53

Championship position

DriverPositionPoints
Leclerc2nd308
Sainz5th246

Mercedes: George Russell 12 - 10 Lewis Hamilton

DriverBest resultRaceRetirementsFastest laps
Russell1stSão Paulo14
Hamilton2ndFrance, Hungary, USA, Mexico City, São Paulo12

Championship position

DriverPositionPoints
Russell4th275
Hamilton6th240

Alpine: Fernando Alonso 9 - 12 Esteban Ocon *Both drivers retired in Singapore

DriverBest resultRaceRetirementsFastest laps
Alonso5thGreat Britain, Belgium, São Paulo5-
Ocon4thJapan2-

Championship position

DriverPositionPoints
Alonso9th81
Ocon8th92

McLaren: Lando Norris 16 - 5 Daniel Ricciardo Both drivers retired in São Paulo

DriverBest resultRaceRetirementsFastest laps
Norris3rdEmilia Romagna22
Ricciardo6thAustralia3-

Championship position

DriverPositionPoints
Norris7th122
Ricciardo11th37

Alfa Romeo: Valtteri Bottas 14 - 7 Zhou Guanyu *Both drivers retired in Great Britain

DriverBest resultRaceRetirementsFastest laps
Bottas5thEmilia Romagna4-
Zhou8thCanada51

Championship position

DriverPositionPoints
Bottas10th49
Zhou18th6

Haas: Kevin Magnussen 6 - 14 Mick Schumacher *Schumacher was withdrawn from Saudi Arabia and both drivers retired in Monaco

DriverBest resultRaceRetirementsFastest laps
Magnussen5thBahrain4-
Schumacher6thAustria2-

Championship position

DriverPositionPoints
Magnussen13th25
Schumacher16th12

AlphaTauri: Pierre Gasly 13 - 8 Yuki Tsunoda *Tsunoda did not start in Saudi Arabia after a heavy crash in qualifying

DriverBest resultRaceRetirementsFastest laps
Gasly5thAzerbaijan3-
Tsunoda7thEmilia Romagna5-

Championship position

DriverPositionPoints
Gasly14th23
Tsunoda17th12

Aston Martin: Sebastian Vettel 10 - 9 Lance Stroll *Nico Hulkenberg 1 - 1 Lance Stroll *Both Vettel and Stroll retired in Italy

DriverBest resultRaceRetirementsFastest laps
Vettel6thAzerbaijan, Japan2-
Stroll6thSingapore2-
Hulkenberg12thSaudi Arabia--

Championship position

DriverPositionPoints
Vettel12th37
Stroll15th18
Hulkenberg22nd0

Williams: Alex Albon 16 - 4 Nicholas Latifi *Nyck de Vries 1 - 0 Nicholas Latifi *Both drivers retired in Singapore

DriverBest resultRaceRetirementsFastest laps
Albon9thMiami3-
Latifi9thJapan4-
De Vries9thItaly--

Championship position

DriverPositionPoints
Albon19th4
Latifi20th2
De Vries21st2

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