[Dernière mise à jour : 03/07/2022]
Formula 1 2022
> At what time start racing in 2022?
> Where and how follow the F1 Grand Prix in 2022?
> Discover it F1 2022 drivers fieldtheir current stables and contracts
> All news F1 2022 single-seaters are to discover here.
> What helmets in 2022 for F1 drivers? Answer in pictures
> Check here them wages F1 drivers in 2022
> How much do stables pay for to run in 2022?
> 2022 sprints : we you explain everything here
> Understand the new technical regulations : part 1 + part 2
> These rule changes that you may not know
> What is the “porpoising” ?
> What are grids for? arranged on the F1 in testing?
2022 pre-season testing (6 days)
2022 F1 calendar (23 races)
- March 20, 2022: Bahrain (Sakhir)
- March 27, 2021: Saudi Arabia (Jeddah)
- April 10, 2022: Australia (Melbourne)
- April 24, 2022: Emilia-Romagna (Imola) + Sprint #1
- May 8, 2022: Miami (Miami)
- May 22, 2022: Spain (Barcelona)
- May 29, 2022: monaco (Monte Carlo)
- June 12, 2022: Azerbaijan (Baku)
- June 19, 2022: Canada (Montreal)
- July 3, 2022: Britain (Silver Stone)
- July 10, 2022: Austria (Spielberg) + Sprint #2
- July 24, 2022: France (Paul-Ricard)
- July 31, 2022: Hungary (Budapest)
- August 28, 2022: Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)
- September 4, 2022: Netherlands (Zandvoort)
- September 11, 2022: Italy (Monza)
- September 25, 2022: TBA
- October 2, 2022: Singapore (Singapore)
- October 9, 2022: Japan (Suzuka)
- October 23, 2022: United States (Austin)
- October 30, 2022: Mexico (Mexico City)
- November 13, 2022: Brazil (Sao Paulo) + Sprint #3
- November 20, 2022: Abu Dhabi (Yas Marina)
The full schedules for free practice, qualifying and race can be found here.
F1 2022: Drivers classification (after Silverstone)
F1 2022: Teams classification (after Silverstone)
> Find all the Formula 1 news here
Formula E 2022
Formula E has adopted a new financial regulations from next season 9 (2022-2023). It aims to monitor and control expensesto promote the long-term financial viability of teams and manufacturers, the competitive balance of the championship and thesports fairness.
2022 Formula E calendar (16 races)
- January 28-29, 2022: Saudi Arabia (Diriyah)
- February 12, 2022: Mexico (Mexico City)
- April 9-10, 2022: Italy (Rome)
- April 30, 2022: Monaco (Monte Carlo)
- May 14-15, 2022: Germany (Berlin)
- June 4, 2022: Indonesia (Jakarta)
- July 2, 2022: Marrakech, Morocco)
- July 16-17, 2022: United States (New York)
- July 30-31, 2022: Great Britain (London)
- August 13-14, 2022: South Korea (Seoul)
Formula E 2022: Drivers classification (after Jakarta)
Formula E 2022: Teams classification (after Jakarta)
> Find all the Formula E news here
the Technical Regulations 2022 for the Hypercar category, including the LMH and LMDh specifications, has been approved. The limitations of tests in Hypercar have been defined and applied for cars entering the second year of their homologation cycle. the point system of the WEC has been modified. Dots out of the top 10 will no longer be awarded.
2022 WEC calendar (6 races)
Several changes to the sporting regulations have been approved for 2022, with the aim of refining the format, improving the races and minimizing the strategy in qualifying.
the point allocation system was modified. From 2022, more points will be awarded for standard-grid race results (30 points/win), than for reverse-grid racing (25 points/win). Qualifying points will now be awarded to drivers who complete the five best times at any time during the session (including Q1, Q2 and Q3 segments).
the maximum compensation weight was reduced from 60 to 40 kg, with calculations based on the best of two, rather than three, previous events. the minimum repair time between the two races was introduced and fixed at 60 mins, which allows competitors to go flat out in the first race without fear of compromising the second.
2022 WTCR calendar (14 races)
- May 6-8, 2022: France (Pau)
- May 25-28, 2022: Germany (Nürburgring)
- June 10-12, 2022: Hungary (Budapest)
- June 24-26, 2022: Spain (Aragon)
- 1-3 July: Portugal (Vila Real)
- July 22-24, 2022: Italy (Vallelunga)
- August 5-7: France (Rhine Ring)
- October 7-9, 2022: South Korea (Inje)
- November 4-6: China (Ningbo)
- November 18-20: Macau (Macau)
Changes have been made to the sporting regulations to support the introduction of new Rally1 hybrid cars, with a focus on cost management, safety and sustainability. The number of engines allowed for each manufacturer has been reduced by three to two, while the use ofhybrid units per season (tests not included) for cars entered in the constructors’ championship has been limited to one pool of nine during the seasonwith one hybrid unit and one spare hybrid permitted in each rally for all other cars in Rally1, in order to comply with the economy measures.
As part of security procedures; each car in Rally 1 must have on board class 0 gloveswhich the driver and co-driver must wear in case of high voltage problem to provide a higher level of protection. Rally1 cars will be marked with a sign “HY” in white letters on a red background on the front door panels, replacing the vehicle number in order to make it more easily identifiable by commissioners and spectators.
Clarification has been made regarding the loading procedure for Rally1 plug-in hybrid cars as well as for HEV areas (Hybrid Electric Vehicles), when the Rally1 car will use emission-free driving. Additionally, additions to Appendix 14 were approved to describe the HV safety procedure to be followed in the event of a fire orbattery thermal incident.
Other sporting changes include a revision to Article 53.1 to encourage competitors to stop and reattach their helmet, if they realize in a stage that it is not done correctly; otherwise a penalty may be awarded. The refueling procedure in fuel has also been clarified, with competitors having to stayoutside of the car during the operation and the team supplying the fuel having to wear specific clothing.
In order to reduce the number of pilots who register as co-pilots and take championship points, the person named as the driver on the entry form must now drive the stages, except in cases of force majeure, to score points. In the technical regulationschanges have been made to the Rally 1 category, including theincrease in minimum weight of the car of ten pounds in order to limit costs.
2022 WRC calendar (13 races)
- January 20-23, 2022: Monte Carlo
- February 24-27, 2022: Sweden
- April 21-24, 2022: Croatia
- May 19-22, 2022: Portugal
- June 2-5, 2022: Italy
- June 23-26, 2022: Kenya
- July 14-17: Estonia
- August 4-7: Finland
- August 18-21: Belgium
- September 8-11: Greece
- September 29 – October 2, 2021: New Zealand
- October 20-23: Spain
- November 10-13: Japan
WRC 2022: Drivers classification (after Kenya)
WRC 2022: Constructors’ ranking (after Kenya)
Click here for the full rankings
World Rallycross 2022
In anticipation of the start of Electric Rallycross in the summer of 2022, a number of changes to the Sporting Regulations were approved for the World RX1. The qualifying rounds will be renamed Heat 1, Heat 2, Heat 3 instead of Q1, Q2, Q3. There will only be three rounds left, instead of the four that have existed for the past eight years. The starting positions for round 1 will be decided following a “Superpole” hasinstead of a draw.
The Heat 4 will be replaced by a “Progress Race” in order to add an additional decisive step towards the semi-finals. The distribution of starting positions will be determined according to the standings after the 3 Heats. The final phase remains composed of semi-finals and a final, but with starts at five cars.
The best qualified driver will have a free starting position. Other changes include five laps in all races (Qualification, Progression Race, Semi-Finals, Final) and the prohibition to use the joker tower in the first lap if it is in the first turn.
This new format will also be applied in RX2e, Euro RX1 and Euro RX3except that Heat 1 starting positions will be determined by a draw.
2022 World Rallycross calendar (7 races)
- July 2-3, 2022: Sweden (Höljes)
- July 30-31, 2022: Germany (Nürburgring)
- August 13-14, 2022: Norway (Hell‐Lanke)
- September 3-4, 2022: Latvia (Riga)
- September 17-18, 2022: Portugal (Montalegre)
- October 8-9, 2022: Belgium (Spa-Francorchamps)
> Find here all the Rallycross news
FIA Karting 2022
A number of changes to the CIK-FIA Sporting Regulations have been approved for the 2022 season. In an effort to better control operating costsa maximum of four sets of new slick tires will be allowed during practice sessions. This includes the practice day of the Thursday (except for the first session where the tires are provided free of charge), the official free practices of the Friday and the Warm-Ups.
The Super Heats will be introduced in all events and categories, giving drivers an additional chance to qualify for the final. From 2022, the FIA Karting International Super Cup – KZ2 will be known as the FIA Karting World Cup – KZ2.
Following a call for tenders, the official tire suppliers for 2022 are as follows: VEGA for OK-Junior, MG for OK, LeCont KZ, KZ2 and Academy Trophy.
2022 FIA Karting calendar (8 races)
> Find here all the Karting news
Discover our pilot “garages”: