2022 Season
o  Season Overview
o  Points Graph
o  Drivers' Championship
o  Constructors' Championship
o  Participations Matrix
o  Race Results
o  Poles and Fastest Laps
o  Line-Up
o  Calendar

o  Drivers
o  Teams
o  Cars
o  Engines
o  Tyres
o  Lubricants
o  Entrants
o  Designers
o  Car Numbers
o  Sponsors
o  Events
o  Circuits

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o  Race Results
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2022 Bahrain GP
2021 Saudi Arabian GP

2022 Saudi Arabian GP

2022 Australian GP
 II  STC Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

Event Overview • Entry ListPenalties
Practice 1st Practice2nd Practice3rd Practice
Qualifying Session 1Session 2Session 3Overall
Race Starting GridClassificationLap by LapFastest LapsLaps LedPit StopsSafety Events

DateSunday 27 March 2022
Start time20:30
Event Saudi Arabian GP
Circuit Jeddah
Event FormatRace of 50 laps
ChampionshipWorld Championship
Race number#2 of 22 in 2022
#1059 (of all time)
Circuit Perimeter6174 m
Race Distance6174 × 50 − 250 = 308.450 km
Grid Format2-2-2-2 (staggered)
Pole PositionRight
First CornerLeft
Track DirectionAnti-clockwise
Pit stops19
MilestonesOracle Red Bull Racing – 1st Pole Position (Entrant)
Oracle Red Bull Racing – 1st Win (Entrant)
Red Bull – 1st Pole Position (Engine Manufacturer)
Red Bull – 1st Win (Engine Manufacturer)
 Sergio Pérez – 1st Pole Position (Driver)
Records Broken None
Records Extended 1. Most Constructors' Championship Points Scores Ferrari (1208),
2. Most Drivers' Championship Points Scores Ferrari (1340),
3. Most Podium Finishes Ferrari (794),
4. Most Constructors' Championship Points Scores Lewis Hamilton (236),
5. Most Drivers' Championship Points Scores Lewis Hamilton (251),
6. Most 2nd Place Finishes Ferrari (286),
7. Most 3rd Place Finishes Ferrari (268),
8. Most 7th Place Finishes McLaren (94),
9. Most 14th Place Finishes Williams (58),
10. Most Fastest Laps Ferrari (258),
11. Most Races Led Ferrari (595),
12. Most Laps Led Ferrari (15320),
13. Most Race Entries Ferrari (2284),
14. Most 2nd Place Qualifications Ferrari (230),
15. Most 3rd Place Qualifications Ferrari (274),
16. Most 11th Place Qualifications McLaren (82),
17. Most 12th Place Qualifications McLaren (78),
18. Most 17th Place Qualifications Williams (64)

World Championship standings
1  Charles Leclerc 45 
2  Carlos Sainz 33 
3  Max Verstappen 25 
4  George Russell 22 
5  Lewis Hamilton 16 up
6  Esteban Ocon 14 up
7  Sergio Pérez 12 
8  Kevin Magnussen 12 up
9  Valtteri Bottas 8 up
10  Lando Norris 6 
11  Yuki Tsunoda 4 up
  Pierre Gasly 4 
13  Fernando Alonso 2 up
14  Guanyu Zhou 1 up
1  Ferrari / Ferrari 78 
2  Mercedes / Mercedes 38 
3  Red Bull / Red Bull 37 
4  Alpine / Renault 16 up
5  Haas / Ferrari 12 up
6  Alfa Romeo / Ferrari 9 up
7  AlphaTauri / Red Bull 8 up
8  McLaren / Mercedes 6 

 WinnerPole PositionFastest Lap
Car NumberCar 1Car 11Car 16
EntrantOracle Red Bull RacingOracle Red Bull RacingScuderia Ferrari
Driver Max Verstappen Sergio Pérez Charles Leclerc
Car Red Bull RB18 Red Bull RB18 Ferrari F1-75
EngineRed Bull H001Red Bull H001Ferrari 066/7
Speed219.481 km/h252.000 km/h242.556 km/h

 RecipientTrophy Presented By
Winner Max VerstappenHRH Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-FaisalMinister of Sport of Saudi Arabia
2nd Place Charles LeclercHRH Prince Khalid bin Sultan Al-FaisalPresident of SAMF
3rd Place Carlos SainzHE Yasir bin Othman Al-RumayyanGovernor of the Public Investment Fund
Winning ConstructorRed Bull (represented by Paul Monaghan)Olayan bin Mohammed AlwetaidSTC Group CEO