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United States Grand Prix 2022

LIVE: F1 2022 United States Grand Prix

Follow along with the F1 2022 United States Grand Prix live. Keep up to date with everything that happens as the field take to the track at the Circuit of the Americas.

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Carlos Sainz Jr is on pole position for the 2022 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix after a stunning late effort in qualifying.

After the first runs, it was Charles Leclerc holding the advantage, but Sainz managed to pip his teammate by less than a tenth to claim pole outright - as Leclerc is carrying a 10-place grid drop.

Max Verstappen will line up second as Red Bull look to wrap up the 2022 Constructors' Championship - the day after the sad passing of owner Dietrich Mateschitz.

If Red Bull win the race, they are the champions, with Ferrari needing to out-score them by 19 points to carry the fight to Mexico.

Lewis Hamilton starts third - with teammate George Russell making it a all-Mercedes second row.

Below you will find our dedicated live blog and live timing hub; the times refresh automatically during the session, so you are always up to date.

In the blog, we will provide you with the latest developments during the race at Austin, and you can easily switch between live timing and the live blog via the tabs.

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