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

After taking the chequered flag in Monaco, Red Bull’s Sergio Perez has closed the gap at the top of the standings down to just 15 points after seven races.
Red Bull’s teammate and reigning champion Max Verstappen still leads the way with Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc just behind.
Victories in Emilia Romagna and Miami saw Verstappen close the gap at the summit but Leclerc was displaying dominant form in Barcelona before engine failure struck.
Verstappen took advantage and has now won all four of the races he has completed in the 2022 season, with the reliability questions that dogged Red Bull after his retirements in Bahrain and Australia now set to be sent Ferrari’s way.
Sergio Perez completed a Red Bull one-two, with George Russell on the third step of the podium after a weekend where Mercedes showed signs of improvement. Lewis Hamilton came in fifth behind Leclerc’s teammate Carlos Sainz.
All the details you need to know on the F1 schedule, latest standings and race results are below. 
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Updated through May 29 (after seven races).
Updated through April 24 (round four).
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
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 return 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. 
Now he is back on top, the bookmakers think Verstappen (4/6 with Sky Bet; -165 with DraftKings) will tighten his grip, although Leclerc (6/4 with Sky Bet; +165 with DraftKings) is certainly not ruled out.
Following his impressive start to life at Mercedes, Russell (16/1 with Sky Bet; +1400 with DraftKings) is third favourite ahead of Hamilton (20/1 with Sky Bet; +2200 with DraftKings).
Reflecting their status as second drivers to the two main men, Perez (66/1 with Sky Bet; +8000 with Draft Kings) and Sainz (100/1 with Sky Bet; +13000 with Draft Kings) are outsiders. 


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