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F1 2022

F1 2022 video game driver ratings revealed

Codemasters and EA Sports have shared the driver ratings for their new video game, F1 2022. Check out the full list of scores for Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen and the rest of the grid below.

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Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton have been given the same overall rating for the launch of the upcoming F1 2022 video game.

Game developers hand each driver a score based on Experience (EXP), Racecraft (RAC), Awareness (AWA), Pace (PAC), with all four combining for an overall Rating (RTG).

Taking those factors into account, it is Verstappen and Hamilton who lead the way in the 2022 rankings with a combined rating of 94 apiece.

Interestingly, Verstappen has better Racecraft (98) and Pace (97) scores, while Hamilton has a much higher Awareness score (92).

What about the rest of the F1 grid?

Charles Leclerc is next up behind Verstappen and Hamilton with a combined score of 92, followed closely by Lando Norris and George Russell (both 90).

Fernando Alonso slots into sixth, ahead of Valtteri Bottas and Sergio Perez, while Carlos Sainz and Sebastian Vettel round out the top 10 positions.

At the other end of the list, Nicholas Latifi and rookie Zhou Guanyu have been given the lowest scores, each receiving 70.

You can check out the full collection of F1 2022 driver ratings below:

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