It became official over the weekend for the Belgian Grand Prix that Sergio Perez will remain with Red Bull in 2022 as well as Max Verstappen, leaving less option for next season. Below we’ve collected how the 2022 network currently stands.
Red Bull, McLaren, Ferrari, Alpine and Aston Martin no longer have any questions, but five teams have at least one seat to rent – of course it is questionable whether the fate of the seats has actually been decided behind the scenes.
At Mercedes, the space next to Lewis Hamilton is still theoretically rentable, but the majority doubt George Russell will get a great deal of opportunity. AlphaTauri has yet to announce next year’s pair, but Pierre Gasly’s place is stable and the Konuda Juki is expected to remain as well.
Haas is also expected to keep his current husband, but no official announcement has been made, but there are still many question marks for Alfa Romeo and Williams. This is usually well known Channel + He knows that Kimi Raikkonen will announce his retirement at Monza, and Antonio Giovinazzi’s whereabouts also cannot be taken for granted.
As for Williams, team boss Joost Capito’s statement suggests Nicholas Latifi will stay, but a big race for the other place is expected. The Racing lovers According to Alfa Romeo, the Bottas-De Vries pair will be voted for, and Latifi’s adjacent orchard barn will befriend Albon – to be revealed soon if that really is the case.
This is how the F22 2022 grid currently stands:
Mercedes: Lewis Hamilton, place to rent
Red Bull: Max Verstappen, Sergio Perez
McLaren: Daniel Ricciardo and Lando Norris
Aston Martin: Sebastian Vettel, Lance Stroll
Alps: Fernando Alonso, Esteban Ocon
Ferrari: Charles Leclerc, Carlos Sainz
AlphaTauri: 2 places to rent
Alfa Romeo: 2 places to rent
Haas: Nikita Mazepin, place to rent
Williams: two places to rent
Press release: Raikkonen announces his retirement at Monza…