Formula 1 standings 2022: Updated schedule, results, betting odds for every F1 World Championship race

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Red Bull's Max Verstappen stretched his lead at the top of the driver's standings further with victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix as more poor strategy calls from Ferrari left Charles Leclerc in P6 despite him starting eight places clear of his rival.

Ferrari's mistake led to Leclerc struggling on hard compound tyres which saw him fall away over the final stint in the race. As a result, Mercedes pair Lewis Hamilton and George Russell again finished P2 and P3 for the second race in a row.

Carlos Sainz and Sergio Perez picked up some important points, the latter producing a strong drive from P11 on the starting grid.

All the details you need to know on the F1 schedule, latest standings and race results are below. 

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F1 World Championship standings 

Updated through July 31 (after 13 races).

PositionDriverTeamPoints
1Max VerstappenRed Bull258
2Charles LeclercFerrari178
3Sergio PerezRed Bull173
4George RussellMercedes158
5Carlos SainzFerrari156
6Lewis HamiltonMercedes146
7Lando NorrisMcLaren76
8Esteban OconAlpine58
9Valtteri BottasAlfa Romeo46
10Fernando AlonsoAlpine41
11Kevin MagnussenHaas22
12Daniel RicciardoMcLaren19
13Pierre GaslyAlphaTauri16
14Sebastian VettelAston Martin16
15Mick SchumacherHaas12
16Yuki TsunodaAlphaTauri11
17Zhou GuanyuAlfa Romeo5
18Lance StrollAston Martin4
19Alexander AlbonWilliams3
20Nicholas LatifiWilliams0

F1 Constructors' Championship standings

Updated through July 31 (round 13).

PositionTeamPoints
1Red Bull Racing431
2Scuderia Ferrari334
3Mercedes AMG Petronas304
4BWT Alpine F1 Team99
5McLaren F1 Team95
6Alfa Romeo F1 Team51
7Haas F1 Team34
8Scuderia AlphaTauri27
9Aston Martin F120
10Williams Racing3

F1 results 2022

Bahrain Grand Prix: Charles Leclerc

Saudi Arabian Grand Prix: Max Verstappen

Australian Grand Prix: Charles Leclerc

Emilia Romagna Grand Prix: Max Verstappen

Miami Grand Prix: Max Verstappen

Spanish Grand Prix: Max Verstappen

Monaco Grand Prix: Sergio Perez

Azerbaijan Grand Prix: Max Verstappen

Canadian Grand Prix: Max Verstappen

British Grand Prix: Carlos Sainz

Austrian Grand Prix: Charles Leclerc

French Grand Prix: Max Verstappen

Hungarian Grand Prix: Max Verstappen

F1 schedule 2022

The 2022 Formula 1 season will host 23 races between March and November, across Europe, Asia, Australia, North America and South America. 

Australia, Singapore, Japan and Canada all returned to the calendar after a two-year absence because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and F1 will venture into a new location with the Miami Grand Prix, taking place outside the Hard Rock Stadium. 

One notable absentee is Russia, with its September race weekend removed from the calendar in recent weeks after the invasion of Ukraine. It will be replaced on the calendar, with Turkey and Qatar rumoured to be potential destinations. 

DateGrand PrixCountryTrack
March 20Bahrain Grand PrixBahrainSakhir International Circuit
March 27Saudi Arabian Grand PrixSaudi ArabiaJeddah Corniche Circuit
April 10Australian Grand PrixAustraliaAlbert Park
April 24Emilia Romagna Grand PrixItalyImola Circuit
May 8Miami Grand PrixUSAMiami International Autodrome
May 22Spanish Grand PrixSpainCircuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
May 29Monaco Grand PrixMonacoCircuit de Monaco
June 12Azerbaijan Grand PrixAzerbaijanBaku City Circuit
June 19Canadian Grand PrixCanadaCircuit Gilles Villeneuve
July 3British Grand PrixUnited KingdomSilverstone Circuit
July 10Austrian Grand PrixAustriaRed Bull Ring
July 24French Grand PrixFranceCircuit Paul Ricard
July 31Hungarian Grand PrixHungaryHungaroring
August 28Belgian Grand PrixBelgiumCircuit de Spa Francorchamps
September 4Dutch Grand PrixNetherlandsCircuit Zandvoort
September 11Italian Grand PrixItalyMonza Circuit
October 2Singapore Grand PrixSingaporeMarina Bay Street Circuit
October 9Japanese Grand PrixJapanSuzuka Circuit
October 23United States Grand PrixUSACircuit of the Americas
October 30Mexico City Grand PrixMexicoAutodromo Hermanos Rodriguez
November 13Sao Paulo Grand PrixBrazilInterlagos Circuit
November 20Abu Dhabi Grand PrixUAEYas Marina Circuit

F1 World Championship odds

After his latest victory, the bookmakers are struggling to look past Verstappen (1/10 with Sky Bet; -1200 with DraftKings), with Leclerc (7/1 with Sky Bet; +800 with DraftKings) and Hamilton (40/1 with Sky Bet; +4000 with Draft Kings) viewed as the only vaguely plausible challengers.

Following his impressive start to life at Mercedes, Russell (50/1 with Sky Bet; +4500 with DraftKings) is considered an outside shot.

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