So we have told you the free practice 1 – Dutch GP F1 2022
Formula 1 has returned from vacation with a lot of momentum and after a vibrant Belgian GP, including an exhibition by Max Verstappen, the category lands in Zandvoort. The Dutch GP is the second of the three concatenated events that the championship hasa home race for Verstappen himself and one of the most anticipated events by fans due to the great atmosphere on the charming Dutch track.
The #33 arrives at the fifteenth round of season 22 with 93 points over his closest rival: Sergio Pérez, his teammate, a fact that attests to the great performance shown by Red Bull, while Charles Leclerc, the 3rd in discord, he is almost a hundred points behind the reigning world champion.
The level of the energy drink team in Spa, in another league, exposed a Ferrari that had no choice but to settle for seeing the checkered flag as the second best team on the grid in Belgian lands, dying in an attempt to survive.
the podium of Carlos Sainz It was the maximum prize that the Italians could rescue then, although the #55 trusts that in the local GP of Verstappen Ferrari it can exhibit a more realistic performance, even fighting for the pole position and victory, goals that the passage of laps on the track will tell how affordable they are for them.
Only 8 appointments (this included) remain so that, with the 25 years which will meet at the end of September, Verstappen be crowned world champion again if there is not a catastrophe that prevents him from getting on his RB18 in the next races, an outcome that Ferrari will try to avoid at all costs.
For its part, Fernando Alonso awaits the time to get 100% involved in his new project with Aston Martin with the firm intention of continuing to reap good results hand in hand with Alpine.
The 5th place finish that he achieved last weekend is, to date, his best result so far in 2022. However, the Asturian driver does not cease in his efforts to ‘fish’ for a podium in the grand prix that remain to be disputed, something that he already achieved last year in Qatar when it seemed impossible.
The nucleus of the French team continues to trust in its talent despite having had their ups and downs with the #14 in the last few months of negotiations, a relationship that will come to an end after a series of ups and downs that has not concluded in the World Cup they so longed for.