The 2022 season is almost over and this weekend is the final game of the year. And if Saturday’s sprint race is anything to go by, the Brazilian Grand Prix is set to provide the fireworks.
Max Verstappen was the strong favorite to maintain his impressive sprint record, but he struggled with Mercedes in the middle compound and was finally able to battle Red Bull on the track. George Russell engaged in an exciting wheel-to-wheel battle with the 2022 F1 champion.
Lewis Hamilton will start today’s race on the front row behind his team-mate as Carlos Sainz is handed a five-place grid penalty for having his sixth ICE unit of the year. For the first time this year, Mercedes have started Sunday’s race together on the front row and will be hoping they can finally claim their elusive victory.
Hamilton’s position is under threat with the trio, along with Daniel Ricciardo and Cho Guanyu, under investigation by race officials for not being in the correct starting position for the sprint race. But they escaped the penalty by adopting visibility for grid boxes that were smaller than usual.
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