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F1 2022 schedule and drivers list, 20 March to 13 November 2022

| 9.3.22 |
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2022 F1 Schedule

"The war must end. We must sit at the negotiating table", the "honest and substantial" table and "in the interest of the people". Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky returned to speak in the evening, who after criticism at home for the opening of negotiations reaffirmed his willingness to negotiate non-surrender, thanks to Russia for taking to the streets and protesting the war and saying certain that there would be a "new Marshall Plan." for Ukraine". " The world does not believe in the future of Russia , does not talk about it. Not a word. 

They talk about us, they help us. They are ready to help us with reconstruction after the war. Because everyone has seen that for the people, that he defended himself with so heroic, the postwar period is coming", stressed the Ukrainian president. Meanwhile, China accused NATO and the United States of being "guilty" for pushing tensions between Russia and Ukraine to a "high point". This was stated by Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian, who also criticized the sanctions imposed on Russia, stating that "using the sanctions stick at every step will never bring peace and security, but will cause serious difficulties for the economy and means of livelihood of the countries concerned”. 

Meanwhile, the US rejected Poland's offer to send Mig-29s to US troops stationed in Germany and then hand them over to Ukraine. "It's not feasible," said Pentagon spokesman John Kirby. The prospect of jets departing from US and NATO bases in Germany "to fly into the airspace disputed between Russia and Ukraine raises serious concern for the entire NATO alliance," Kirby explained. "We will continue to consult with Poland and our other NATO allies on this issue and the logistical difficulties it poses, but we do not believe that the Polish proposal is sustainable," he concluded. However, the issue will be discussed between Vice President Kamala Harris who will soon meet with Polish President, Andrzej Sebastian Duda, and Prime Minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, as well as several Ukrainian refugees in Poland.

The most striking change in Formula 1 this year is the rules for tires installed in cars. The tire size which was originally 12 inches, is now changed to be bigger with details of 18 inches. This has to do with heating the tires while in the garage. In the previous season, the front tires could be heated to 100C and the rear tires were 80C. In 2022, both the front and rear tires are heated to a maximum of only 70C. As such, the tires are expected to be cooler as they leave the pits, but drivers need a different approach on the out-lap. The assumption is, with a shorter heating, the resulting carbon footprint also decreases. 

A total of 10 teams will participate in the 2022 Formula 1 Grand Prix. Each team has 2 drivers. The following is a list of F1 2022 drivers quoted from the official F1 website: 

•Mercedes AMG Petronas• 
Lewis Hamilton 
George Russell 

•Scuderia Ferrari•
 Charles Leclerc 
Carlos Sainz Jr 

•Red Bull Racing•
 Max Verstappen 
Sergio Perez 

•Alpine F1 Team•
 Fernando Alonso 
Esteban Ocon 

•Haas F1 Team•
 Nikita Mazepin 
Mick Schumacher 

•McLaren F1 Team•
Daniel Ricciardo 
Lando Norris 

•Aston Martin Cognizant• 
Sebastian Vettel 
Lance Stroll 

•Scuderia AlphaTauri•
 Pierre Gasly 
Yuki Tsunoda 

•Alfa Romeo Racing•
 Guanyu Zhou
 Valtteri Bottas 

•Williams Racing•
 Nicholas Latifi 
Alex Albon



The following is the calendar for the 2022 Formula 1 race schedule which will start on March 20 in Bahrain, and close with the Brazilian Grand Prix in November 2022:

March 20 : Bahrain - Sakhir. 

March 27 : Saudi Arabia - Jeddah. 

April 10 : Australia - Melbourne. 

April 24 : Emilia Romagna - Imola. 

May 8 : Miami - Miami. 

May 22 : Spain - Barcelona. 

May 29 : Monaco - Monaco. 

June 12 : Azerbaijan - Baku.  

June 19 : Canada - Montreal. 

July 3 : England - Silverstone. 

July 10 : Austria - Spielberg. 

July 24 : France - Le Castellet. 

July 31 : Hungary - Budapest. 

August 28 : Belgium - Spa. 

August 4 : Netherlands - Zandvoort. 

August 11 : Italy - Monza. 

August 25 : Russia - Sochi. 

August 2 : Singapore - Singapore. 

 October 9 : Japan - Suzuka. 

August 23 : United States - Austin. 

August 30 : Mexico - Mexico City. 

August 13 : Brazil - Sao Paulo. 

August 20 : UAE - Abu Dhabi.


If there are no changes, the 2022 Formula 1 Grand Prix series can be watched via live streaming Vidio Premier Platinum. In addition, you can also watch it via O-Channel live broadcast.






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