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Belgian Grand Prix 2022

Revised starting grid for the F1 2022 Belgian GP after huge number of penalties

Following a host of penalties for power unit and gearbox changes, here is the full starting grid for the 2022 Belgian Grand Prix.

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Carlos Sainz will start the Belgian Grand Prix on pole position, with Sergio Perez joining him on the front row of the grid, after an array of penalties.

F1 title rivals Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc are two of the drivers to drop towards the back, with the pair lining up 14th and 15th respectively.

Valtteri Bottas, Esteban Ocon, Lando Norris, Zhou Guanyu, Mick Schumacher and Yuki Tsunoda are the other names hit with power unit and gearbox sanctions.

Tsunoda's changes were made between qualifying and the race, with his enforced pit lane start handing bonus spots to the aforementioned group of drivers.

The starting grid below is provisional until confirmed by F1's governing body, the FIA.

Starting Grid: 2022 F1 Belgian Grand Prix

Pos Driver Team
1. Sainz Ferrari
2. Perez Red Bull
3. Alonso Alpine
4. Hamilton Mercedes
5. Russell Mercedes
6. Albon Williams
7. Ricciardo McLaren
8. Gasly AlphaTauri
9. Stroll Aston Martin
10. Vettel Aston Martin
11. Latifi Williams
12. Magnussen Haas
13. Bottas* Alfa Romeo
14. Verstappen* Red Bull
15. Leclerc* Ferrari
16. Ocon* Alpine
17. Norris* McLaren
18. Zhou* Alfa Romeo
19. Schumacher* Haas
PL Tsunoda* AlphaTauri

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F1 2022 Belgian Grand Prix RN365 News dossier

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