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F1 2022 Australian Grand Prix – Full Qualifying Results | F1 – Crash

Full Q1, Q2 and Q3 results from qualifying at the Australian Grand Prix, Round 3 of the 2022 Formula 1 world championship.
Formula 1 will race in Melbourne for the first time since 2019 for this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix.
F1’s last visit in 2020 was cut short amid the coronavirus pandemic but we’re back at one of the drivers’ favourite venues. 
While it has often been the season-opener, Albert Park hosts round three of this season’s F1 world championship after back-to-back grands prix in the Middle East.

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Bahrain kick-started the season with Charles Leclerc coming out on top ahead of Ferrari teammate Carlos Sainz to take Ferrari’s first 1-2 finish since the 2019 Singapore Grand Prix.
A week later in Saudi Arabia, F1 champion Max Verstappen took to the top after an intense duel with Leclerc at the front.

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Heading into this weekend’s race, F1 races at a heavily-revised Albert Park circuit with an unprecedented four DRS zones.

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The track has been modified significantly with a number of corners widened and altered to improve wheel-to-wheel racing at the front of the field.
Lap times are expected to be at least nine to 10 seconds quicker but the barriers remain close to the track, offering drivers are difficult challenge this weekend.

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In terms of who will come out on top at the front, Ferrari and Red Bull will no doubt remain the teams to beat, while Mercedes – who was expected to introduce a number of upgrades for this weekend – hasn’t.
The midfield battle looks tighter than ever but Alpine will be hoping its new floor will tip the edge in its favour as it looks to move clear of Haas and Alfa Romeo.
Haas has no spare chassis so Mick Schumacher and Kevin Magnussen will need to be on their best behaviour.

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Aston Martin welcomes back Sebastian Vettel after he missed the opening two races of the year. 
Vettel was ruled out of the Bahrain and Saudi Arabia rounds through covid but is back for this weekend having won in Australia on three previous occasions.

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Finally, home hero Daniel Ricciardo will be hoping to get his season off the mark after failing to score so far in 2022.

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Previous F1 Australian Grand Prix winners: 
2020-2021: Not held 
2019: Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes) 
2018: Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) 
2017: Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
2016: Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) 
2015: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) 
2014: Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) 
2013: Kimi Raikkonen (Lotus) 
2012: Jenson Button (McLaren) 
2011: Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull) 
2010: Jenson Button (McLaren) 
Most F1 Australian Grand Prix wins 
Michael Schumacher: 4 wins (2000, 2001, 2002, 2004) 
Sebastian Vettel: 3 wins (2011, 2017, 2018) 
Jenson Button: 3 wins (2009, 2010, 2012) 
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Full 2022 F1 calendar
March 18-20 – Round 1
Bahrain Grand Prix
March 25-27 – Round 2
Saudi Arabian Grand Prix
April 8-10 – Round 3
Australian Grand Prix
April 22-24 – Round 4
Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix
May 6-8 – Round 5
Miami Grand Prix
May 20-22 – Round 6
Spanish Grand Prix
May 27-29 – Round 7
Monaco Grand Prix
June 10-12 – Round 8
Azerbaijan Grand Prix
June 17-19 – Round 9
Canadian Grand Prix
July 1-3 – Round 10
British Grand Prix
July 8-10 – Round 11
Austrian Grand Prix
July 22-24 – Round 12
French Grand Prix
July 27-29 – Round 13
Hungarian Grand Prix
August 26-28 – Round 14
Belgian Grand Prix
September 2-4 – Round 15
Dutch Grand Prix
September 9-11 – Round 16
Italian Grand Prix
September 30-October 2 – Round 17
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