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F1 French GP LIVE: Red Bull’s Max Verstappen wins the French GP at Circuit Paul Ricard and Mercedes register their first double…
F1 French GP LIVE: Red Bull’s Max Verstappen wins the French GP at Circuit Paul Ricard and Mercedes register their first double podium finish of the F1 2022 season as Lewis Hamilton claimed the second spot followed by George Russell in the third position. Meanwhile, Charles Leclerc and four other drivers were forced to retire from the French GP. Follow Formula 1 and French GP LIVE updates with InsideSport.IN
Michael Schumacher has won the most number of French Grand Prix’s as his tally is eight wins. Meanwhile, Lewis Hamilton sees himself last on that list as he has won here only twice but it was Max Verstappen who won the 2021 French Grand Prix.
F1 Austrian GP Schedule & Timings: Practice 1, Date – 22nd July (Finished)
Drivers who finished top three in FP1 session – Charles Leclerc 1st, Max Verstappen 2nd, Carlos Sainz 3rd.
Practice 2, Date – 22nd July (Finished)
Drivers who finished top three in FP2 session – Carlos Sainz 1st, Charles Leclerc 2nd, Max Verstappen 3rd.
Practice 3, Date – 23rd July (Finished)
Drivers who finished top three in FP3 session – Max Verstappen 1st, Carlos Sainz 2nd, Charles Leclerc 3rd.
Qualifying, Date – 23rd July (Finished)
Drivers who finished top three in qualifying session – Charles Leclerc 1st, Max Verstappen 2nd, Sergio Perez 3rd
Race, Date – 24th July (Finished)
Drivers who finished top three in the Race – Max Verstappen 1st, Lewis Hamilton 2nd, George Russell 3rd
How the F1 drivers’ table looks like: Red Bull’s Max Verstappen is leading the F1 drivers’ standings with 208 points. He is followed by Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc jumps positions as he takes the second spot with 170 points. Sergio Perez drops down to the third spot with 151 points.
Leclerc moves back up into P2 👀#AustrianGP #F1 pic.twitter.com/OOM87JSHNf
— Formula 1 (@F1) July 10, 2022
How the constructors’ table looks like: Red Bull is leading the constructors’ standings with 359 points. Ferrari takes the second spot with 303 points and Mercedes are 66 points behind the Italian side with 237 points.
Halfway point of the season (11/22 races) 👀#AustrianGP #F1 pic.twitter.com/S6rPxRScO0
— Formula 1 (@F1) July 10, 2022
Location – Le Castellet, France
First Grand Prix – 1971
Number of Laps – 53
Circuit Length – 5.842 km
Race Distance – 309.69 km
F1 French GP LIVE: When was the track built?
Work started on pastis magnate Paul Ricard’s track in 1969, with French racers Jean- Pierre Beltoise and Henri Pescarolo going about as advisors on the design. Meanwhile, racing started at the circuit a year after the fact.
When was its first Grand Prix?
The first Grand Prix took place in 1971 as it was Sir Jackie Stewart who won the inaugural race in his Tyrrell 003.
Who won the last Grand Prix?
It was Red Bull’s Max Verstappen who took home his first French GP win. He was by arch-rival Lewis Hamilton in the second place and Sergio Perez finished on the podium after clinching the third spot.
Where can you watch the Practice, Qualifying, and Race on TV?
The Practice, Qualifying, and Race can be viewed on Star Sports.
Where can you watch the Practice, Qualifying, and Race? – Live Stream
The Practice, Qualifying, and Race can be live-streamed on Disney + Hotstar.