La Gazzetta del Motorsport: Verstappen wins ahead of Leclerc in Abu Dhabi


The curtain falls on the 2022 Formula 1 World Championship with Max Verstappen's victory in the GP of Abu Dhabi. Overall, the Red Bull driver has achieved 15 victories this season, a record that will be set for the future. difficult to replicate. Despite the domination of the Dutch, Ferrari can; smile. With the second place in the race, Charles Leclercmanages to grab the second place finish in the World standings, with just one point ahead of Sergio Perez, who finished third.

For the Monegasque, a great race in which he was able manage the tires in the best possible way, managing to make only one pit stop, like Verstappen. The Ferrari driver has once again demonstrated his great skills; which unfortunately were not supported by a car up to par, especially in the second part of the season.

The 2022 championship took place; also concluded with Ferrari's second place in the Constructors' World Championship. Nothing to do for Mercedes which is not on this track. seemed competitive as in the last GPs. Carlos Sainz's fourth place in the GP also contributed to this result for the Reds, who had to face a few more problems; of his teammate Leclerc. The first Mercedes was only fifth with Russel who also had to pay a penalty. due to an unsafe release. Instead, Hamilton is out with a gearbox problem. Sixth place for Lando Norris with his McLaren.


For Sebastian Vettel it was; treated of the last race in Formula 1. As we know, the German driver had long announced his retirement at the end of this season. For the four-times world champion, it's a challenge. now the time has come to hang up your helmet, at least in F1. In the last GP, Vettel finished tenth.

And now, after a short break, the race will begin. to talk about the 2023 season with a Red Bull that aims to reconfirm its dominance and with Ferrari and Mercedes who have every intention of returning to the top.

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