F1 World Cup 2022: Drivers, cars, changes and rivalries we’ll see

In a few weeks the 2022 Formula 1 World Championship and the teams are already fine-tuning their single-seaters to start this pre-season. With the new regulations imposed by the FIA It is expected that this year there will be greater equality between all vehicles to prevent one manufacturer from standing out from the others and the championship is decided weeks before reaching its end and being able to enjoy a few last races like those of last year in full swing Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen.

In fact, this will be one of the biggest rivalries there will be during this 2022 Formula 1 World Championship. The English Pilot mercedeswho was planning to retire, will continue for another year on the grid and promises to sweat blood to dethrone a Verstappen who will seek to revalidate his title. On the other hand, if the performances of the cars are really equal, it will be necessary to see Fernando Alonso struggling wheel to wheel with Lewis Hamilton.

Also, with two Spanish riders on the grid, we will watch this race to see who is ahead. Fernando Alonso will faithfully follow the script The plan from Alpinecorn carlos sainz is obliged to make a historic team like Ferrari become queen again Formula 1 World Championship in this 2022 edition. Anyway, the show will be the protagonist of this championship in the coming months.

Formula 1 World Championship teams and drivers

Mercedes-Lewis Hamilton and George Russell

Red Bull – Max Verstappen and Sergio “Checho” Perez

Ferrari – Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc

McLaren – Lando Norris and Daniel Ricciardo

Alpine-Fernando Alonso and Esteban Ocon

Alpha Tauri – Yuki Tsunoda and Pierre Gasly

Williams–Nicholas Latifi and Alexander Albon

Aston Martin – Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll

Alfa Romeo – Valtteri Bottas and Guanyu Zhou

Haas – Mick Schumacher and Nikita Mazepin

The changes that will be in Formula 1 cars

East 2022 Formula 1 World Championship It will be the one that will undergo the most changes in the technical regulations of the cars. the FIA sought with these new rules to try to ensure that the single-seaters leave with the greatest possible equality for the races and thus the championship is more disputed and to put an end to this monopoly than the mercedes from Lewis Hamilton until last season he cut it Red Bull from Max Verstappen at the end of world apotheosis

The main change the cars will experience will be the return of ground effect after 40 years of prohibition. With this mechanism, the single-seaters will gain in aerodynamics and the fenders, both front and rear, will not suffer as much because all the work of maintaining the vehicle’s load is distributed. Regarding the front wing, in this World Cup Formula 1 2022 it should be attached to the nose.

Another big change will be the tire size. From now on, they will have to be 18” and this increase will be one of the reasons why the single-seaters will weigh more. In addition, the crash safety system will greatly reduce wheel throws and there may be a mishap.

The fuel tank also has some slight modifications to prevent flammable liquid from spilling onto the asphalt where the race will continue in the event of an accident. What will happen in single-seater in this 2022 Formula 1 World Championship this is the halo, which in the last course we saw how well it works as protection for pilots.

Currently, the system DRS will continue, even if from the start of the world it is understood that the equality sought in the vehicles could be eliminated. As for torsion bars and hydraulic suspensions, they are prohibited, having to use suspensions that fit into the tires and not external connections.

Formula 1 World Championship calendar

March 18: Free practice. March 19: Free practice and classification. March 20: Bahrain Grand Prix race.

March 25: Free practice. March 26: Free practice and classification. March 27: Saudi Arabia Grand Prix race.

April 8: Free practice. April 9: Free practice and classification. April 10: Australian Grand Prix race.

April 22: Free practice. April 23: Free practice and classification. April 24: Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix race.

May 6: Free practice. May 7: Free practice and classification. May 8: Miami Grand Prix.

May 20: Free practice. May 21: Free practice and classification. May 22: Spanish Grand Prix race.

May 27: Free practice. May 28: Free practice and classification. May 29: Monaco Grand Prix.

June 10: Free practice. June 11: Free practice and classification. June 12 – Azerbaijan Grand Prix race.

June 17: Free practice. June 18: Free practice and classification. June 19: Grand Prix du Canada race.

July 1: Free practice. July 2: Free practice and classification. July 3: British Grand Prix race.

July 8: Free practice. July 9: Free practice and classification. July 10: Austrian Grand Prix race.

July 22: Free practice. July 23: Free practice and classification. July 24: French Grand Prix race.

July 29: Free practice. July 30: Free practice and classification. July 31: Hungarian Grand Prix race.

August 26: Free practice. August 27: Free practice and classification. August 28: Belgian Grand Prix race.

September 2: Free practice. September 3: Free practice and classification. September 4: Dutch Grand Prix race.

September 9: Free practice. September 10: Free practice and classification. September 11: Italian Grand Prix race.

September 23: Free practice. September 24: Free practice and classification. September 25: Russian Grand Prix race.

September 30: Free practice. October 1: Free practice and classification. October 2: Singapore Grand Prix.

October 7: Free practice. October 8: Free practice and classification. October 9: Japanese Grand Prix race.

October 21: Free practice. October 22: Free practice and classification. October 23: United States Grand Prix race.

October 28: Free practice. October 29: Free practice and classification. October 30: Race of the Grand Prix of Mexico.

November 11: Free practice. November 12: Free practice and classification. November 13: Brazilian Grand Prix race.

November 18: Free practice. November 19: Free practice and classification. November 20: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix race.

The plan of Fernando Alonso for this World Cup

Fernando Alonso ready. The Asturian pilot returned last year to the Formula 1 and recognized that in the first races it was still a little rusty, but with the passage of the world He recovered his best level to the point of getting back on the podium in a single race. With a car inferior to the giants of mercedes Where Red Bullbeside were ocon managed to leave Alpine as fifth placed in the builders’ battle.

Knowing they weren’t gonna fight for him World Cup, Fernando Alonso and Alpine they started working on this already famous, viral and historic The plan. A project of 100 races with which the French team would be crowned in the Formula 1 hanging out among the big boys. Like power rings The Lord of the Rings, a plan to conquer them all.

And with The plan start that 2022 Formula 1 World Championship for Fernando Alonso, which comes at its best. Moreover, with these technical developments which will concern single-seaters, Alpine could seriously benefit from a jump and an acceleration of the elaboration of this plan. The objective of this championship is to win several races. If this happens, The plan It is following a good path and it only remains to improve a little in 2023 and in 2024 and 2025 to do everything possible to win the World.

How to watch Formula 1 on TV

the 2022 Formula 1 World Championship can be seen on television via the channel DAZN. The platform can be contracted and renewed monthly, although if you have the full package or Sports in Movistarwould be included. On the other hand, in OKEVERY DAY We’ll let you know the best previews and the latest, in addition to live and live streams online minute by minute and turn by turn of each Formula 1 World Grand Prix.

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