When and where is the next F1 race?

The Formula 1 season continues after its return to Belgium last week with this weekend’s Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort, with Max Verstappen holding a healthy 93-point lead in the World Championship with eight races to go.

The Red Bull star cruised to victory at Spa-Francorchamps at the weekend, winning by an 18-second margin over team-mate Sergio Pérez despite starting P14 due to engine failure; Carlos Sainz took the other podium spot as he overtook George Russell at the finish, while Charles Leclerc finished sixth.

Lewis Hamilton retired for the first time this season after a first lap collision with the Alpine of Fernando Alonso; the Mercedes star admitted responsibility for the incident afterwards and, despite Alonso’s “idiot” comment on team radio, the former McLaren duo have buried the ax ever since.

This weekend, 2-4 September, F1 arrives in Zandvoort, which returned to the calendar last year when Verstappen comfortably won his home Grand Prix in front of his adoring local fans amid a feverish atmosphere on the coast. dutch

Here is everything you need to know.

When and where is the next race?

After Formula 1 returned to Spa last week, the drivers head to Zandvoort for the Dutch Grand Prix from September 2-4.

The first and second practices are held at 11:30am and 3:00pm (BST) respectively on Friday 2nd September, before the third practice at 11:00am on Saturday 3rd September and qualifying at 2:00 p.m. (BST).

The race on Sunday 4th September starts at 2pm (BST).

F1 heads to Zandvoort for the Dutch Grand Prix on September 2-4

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What has been said?

Lewis Hamilton has praised Red Bull CTO Adrian Newey for the “phenomenal job” he has done on the championship-leading car in 2022.

Max Verstappen currently holds a 91-point lead over Red Bull team-mate Sergio Perez in the drivers’ standings after 14 races, with Red Bull also 118 points ahead in the constructors’ standings. Meanwhile, Mercedes, who have won the constructors’ championship eight years in a row, have been well off the pace in 2022 with their unique ‘no sidepods’ design and are yet to win a grand prix.

Hamilton, who has eight races left to maintain his record of winning a grand prix in every year he has competed in Formula One, paid tribute to Newey for complying with the new regulations this season with the Red Bull RB18, referring to his own rookie car in 2007. at McLaren too.

“They have [Red Bull] I got the aerodynamic balance right, great ride quality, no problems with the bumps,” said Hamilton, in the press area ahead of the Dutch Grand Prix.

“They are an amazing team and have done a phenomenal job. Adrian Newey doesn’t generally build bad cars. my first championship car [in 2007] it was an evolution of his car. did a thesis [from the University of Southampton] in cars with ground effect. It’s no surprise, he’s one of the few to draw these cars by hand.”

Red Bull CTO Adrian Newey has been praised by Lewis Hamilton

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Current driver positions

1. Max Verstappen – 284 points

2. Sergio Perez – 191 points

3. Charles Leclerc – 186 points

4. Carlos Sainz – 171 points

5. George Russell – 170 points

6. Lewis Hamilton – 146 points

7. Lando Norris – 76 points

8. Esteban Ocon – 64 points

9. Fernando Alonso – 51 points

10. Valtteri Bottas – 46 points

11.Kevin Magnussen – 22 points

12. Sebastian Vettel – 20 points

13. Daniel Ricciardo -19 points

14. Pierre Gasly – 18 points

15. Mick Schumacher – 12 points

16. Yuki Tsunoda – 11 points

17. Guanyu Zhou – 5 points

18. Alex Albon – 4 points

19. Spear Walk – 4 points

20. Nicolas Latifi – 0 points

21. Nico Hulkenberg – 0 points

Max Verstappen has a 93-point lead in the World Championship

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Complete calendar 2022

ROUND 15 — NETHERLANDS

Zandvoort — September 2-4

ROUND 16—ITALY

Monza — September 9-11

ROUND 17—SINGAPORE

Marina Bay — September/October 30-2

ROUND 18—JAPAN

Suzuka—October 7-9

ROUND 19—UNITED STATES

Circuit of the Americas — October 21-23

ROUND 20—MEXICO

Autodromo Hermanos Rodríguez — October 28-30

ROUND 21—BRAZIL

Interlagos — November 11-13

ROUND 22—ABU DHABI

Yas Marina — November 18-20

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