Verstappen cruises to record-breaking 14th victory of season . Max Verstappen cruised to a record-breaking Mexico City Grand Prix win ahead of Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton and Red Bull team-mate Sergio Pérez, with the Dutch driver delivering a flawless drive to the flag from pole during which he only ceded the lead during the leaders’ sole pit stop phase.
Verstappen wins in US to seal Constructors’ championship for Red Bull. Max Verstappen recovered back from a pit stop error to pass Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc and Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton in the closing stages of the US Grand Prix to take a dramatic win at the Circuit of the Americas that sealed the Constructors’ Championship title for Red Bull a day after company founder Dietrich Matescjhitz sadly passed away. The Dutchman’s win also saw him match Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel’s record for most wins in a single season with 13.
Verstappen wins in Japan to get his second world title. Max Verstappen won his second Formula 1 World Driver’s Championship with a dominant wet weather victory at the end of a rain-disrupted, time-limited Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka.
Max Verstappen took a well-worked Hungarian Grand Prix win, rising from 10th on the grid to beat Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton and George Russell as strategic woes led to Ferrari missing out on podium places as Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc finished fourth and sixth respectively.
Verstappen wins in France ahead Leclerc crashes out of the lead. Max Verstappen eased to his seventh victory of the season at the French Grand Prix after title rival Charles Leclerc crashed out of the race from the lead after just 18 laps. Mercedes meanwhile scored a first double podium since last year’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, with Lewis Hamilton finishing his 300th grand prix in second place, while George Russell passed Red Bull’s Sergio Pérez following a late Virtual Safety Car period.
Leclerc takes victory in Austria ahead of Verstappen. Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc shrugged off late-race throttle problems to hold off Red Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen and take his third victory of the season at the Austrian Grand Prix, as an engine failure late in the race cost Carlos Sainz third place.
Sainz takes first win in thrilling British GP. Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz scored his maiden grand prix at the end of a thrilling, incident-packed 2022 FIA Formula 1 British Grand Prix disrupted by red flags and safety cars and in which championship leading Red Bull driver Max Verstappen and title contending Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc both held the lead but finished off the podium. Red Bull’s Sergio Pérez recovered from an early collision to rise from last place to second and Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton took the final podium place.
Verstappen wins in Canada ahead of Sainz and Hamilton. Red Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen took his sixth victory of the season at the Canadian Grand Prix, resisting strong pressure from Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz following a late Safety Car to extend his championship lead over team-mate Sergio Pérez to 46 points. With Sainz second, Lewis Hamilton took his first podium finish since the opening round of the season, with the Mercedes driver finished ahead of team-mate George Russell and Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc who battle through to fifth place from 19th place on the grid.
FIA takes steps to reduce porpoising for safety. Following the eighth round of this year’s FIA Formula One World Championship, during which the phenomenon of aerodynamic oscillations (“porpoising”) of the new generation of Formula 1 cars, and the effect of this during and after the race on the physical condition of the drivers was once again visible, the FIA, as the governing body of the sport, has decided that, in the interests of the safety, it is necessary to intervene to require that the teams make the necessary adjustments to reduce or to eliminate this phenomenon.
Pérez win in Mónaco ahead Sainz and Verstappen. Sergio Pérez won a Monaco Grand Prix held in difficult wet-dry conditions beating Carlos Sainz, as Max Verstappen finished in third-place finish to extends his title lead over Charles Leclerc who took the flag in fourth place after Ferrari lost a strategic battle with Red Bull.
Verstappen wins in Spain to take title lead. Max Verstappen claimed a hard-fought Spanish Grand Prix win at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, coming back from an early spin and faulty DRS to take a victory that hands him control of the 2022 FIA Formula One Drivers’ World Championship standings as Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc exited the race from a comfortable lead due to the power unit issue. Sergio Pérez took second place to Red Bull Racing’s second 1-2 finish of the season and the final podium place went to Mercedes’ George Russell.
Verstappen won inaugural Miami GP. Max Verstappen passed the Ferraris of Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz to win the inaugural Miami Grand Prix despite a late Safety Car that saw championship leader Leclerc put the defending champion under intense pressure in the closing stages of a thrilling race at the new Miami International Autodrome.
Verstappen wins in Emilia Romagna GP. Max Verstappen took a dominant Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix victory ahead of team-mate Sergio Pérez to claim a one-two finish for Red Bull Racing, as championship leader Charles Leclerc finished in sixth place following a late-race spin and Ferrari team-mate Carlos Sainz the race in a first-lap collision. Lando Norris took the final podium position for McLaren.
Leclerc takes a emphatic Australian GP win. Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc took an emphatic 2022 FIA Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix win, finishing over 20 seconds clear of Red Bull Racing’s Sergio Pérez and the third-placed Mercedes of George Russell as defending World Champion Max Verstappen exited the race soon after the half way point with a mechanical problem.
Canada still running for Qatar World Cup. Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team faced its first defeat of the CONCACAF Final Round of FIFA World Cup Qualifying, losing 1:0 to Costa Rica. Canada remains at the top of the table with two matches remaining, needing just one point to secure its spot in the World Cup.
McLaren announces a multi-year partnership with Google. McLaren Racing today announced a major multi-year partnership with Google, as a new Official Partner of the McLaren Formula 1 Team and the McLaren MX Extreme E Team from 2022.
FIA President Sulayem opens the way for a new step forward in F1 refereeing. During the F1 Commission Meeting in London, FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem presented part of the plan for a new step forward in Formula 1 refereeing.
Williams Racing unveils a new FW44. Williams Racing is proud to reveal the livery that will adorn the FW44, the team’s vibrant new challenger for the 2022 FIA Formula One season. The design, featuring a contrasting diamond shape and flashes of red and blue, embodies the exciting new era of the Williams brand, whilst still retaining the classic team spirit.
Canada defeats El Salvador. Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team defeated El Salvador 2:0 at Estadio Cuscatlán, in San Salvador, SLV to close the January FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Qualifiers window with a perfect 9 points. It was Canada’s first victory in El Salvador since 1986. Canada became the first team to win six straight games in the Concacaf Final Round of World Cup Qualifiers since the new format was adopted in 1997.
Canada defeats US Team 2:0. Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team defeated USA 2:0 at Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton, ON. With the victory, Canada remains undefeated in FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Qualifiers and sits atop the table on 22 points, four points ahead of USA with four games remaining.
The Porsche LMDh prototype enters active test phase. Starting with the 2023 season, the new LMDh prototype from Porsche will fight for overall victory in the world’s greatest endurance races including Le Mans, Daytona and Sebring.
Tatiana Calderón Hired for 2022. ROKiT Group is expanding their marketing partnership with AJ Foyt Racing for 2022 as the team will enter two ROKiT-branded Chevrolets in the NTT INDYCAR Series with Tatiana Calderón hired to drive the No. 11 ROKiT Chevrolet.
Successful start into a new era. The most complex race car in Audi’s history to date passed its baptism of fire at the Dakar Rally with flying colors. All three Audi RS Q e-tron cars mastered the world’s toughest off-road rally on their debut in Saudi Arabia. In total, they covered around 24,000 desert kilometers – almost three times the 8,700 test kilometers that Audi had previously completed. Mattias Ekström/Emil Bergkvist finished ninth in Jeddah as the best Audi driver team in a demanding edition of the desert classic. With the arrival of electric mobility, Audi has ushered in a new era in off-road rallying.
Porsche Taycan revealed as new Formula E safety car. A Porsche with leadership qualities: when the distinctively designed Taycan pulls out of the pit lane and onto the racetrack in the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, it will quickly take the lead. Porsche’s first all-electric sports car is the new safety car in the innovative electric racing series this season. The vehicle will celebrate its racetrack debut at the opening round of the Formula E season on 28/29 January in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia.
THE WORLD SIGN UP TO COMPETE IN LE MANS 24H VIRTUAL. The star-studded entry list for the 24 Hours of Le Mans Virtual, scheduled to be held January 15 & 16, 2022, has today been revealed and it shows once again the fascination, charm and lure of motorsport’s greatest endurance race. The race will be held virtually and on simulators located all around the world.
Canada one step near to World Cup. Canada Soccer’s Men’s National Team, sponsored by Toyota, earned a 2:1 victory over Mexico in Edmonton (Alberta) to finish 2021 at the top of the table in the CONCACAF Final Round of FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.
Kia America expands exclusive partnership with the NBA. Kia America and the National Basketball Association (NBA) today announced the multiyear extension of their exclusive marketing partnership, tipping off the 15th season of the relationship between the league and the automaker. As the Official Automotive Partner of the NBA, Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) and NBA G League, Kia’s presence will continue to grow across the leagues’ performance awards and marquee events.
Formula 1 announce content and promotion partnership. The National Basketball Association (NBA) and Formula 1 (F1) today announced a first-of-its-kind content and promotion partnership to bring together the broad, global fanbases of the NBA and F1 in celebration of the NBA’s 75th Anniversary season and the return of F1 to the U.S. at the 2021 F1 USA Grand Prix on Sunday, Oct. 24 in Austin, Texas.
Nuggets’ Nikola Jokić wins 2020-21 Kia NBA Most Valuable Player Award. Denver Nuggets center Nikola Jokić is the recipient of the Maurice Podoloff Trophy as the 2020-21 Kia NBA Most Valuable Player, the NBA announced today.
CarMax official auto retailer of the NBA and WNBA. CarMax, Inc., the nation’s largest retailer of used cars, today announced a new partnership with the NBA, WNBA and Turner Sports. As part of the multiyear agreement, CarMax is now the official auto retailer of the NBA and WNBA – the first automotive retail partnership in WNBA history – as well as the presenting partner of NBA Tip-Off on TNT.