Formula 1 : Lenovo Grand Prix de France 2022

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Lewis Hamilton won at Paul Ricard in 2 of the 3 seasons the circuit has hosted grands prix and can hope Mercedes’ issues area unit firmly behind them.

All eyes appear to get on Mercedes because the Formula One circus rocks up in LE Castellet next weekend for a 2022 French automobile race no-one appears ready to predict.

While Ferrari and Red Bull have so-far dominated the 2022 F1 calendar, the pen is expecting a giant push from Mercedes at the Circuit Paul Ricard.

Lewis Hamilton and St. George Russell haven't had the simplest of seasons. The seven-time world champion has seen his rival grievous bodily harm Verstappen move from last year’s animus to travel wheel-to-wheel with Charles Leclerc instead. Russell, meanwhile, is creating the simplest from a foul deal during a automotive that continues to play false his new team.

Most expect Mercedes’ current misfortunes | they are firmly third in the F1 constructors’ championship – to dry up once automotive floor flexing laws are enforced when the summer break.

But the Silver Arrows don’t have to be compelled to lurk around for regulation changes to gun for the race win next weekend. that's per, it seems, just about everybody within the sport.

Ex-Renault driver Jolyon golfer, writing in his column, reckons Mercedes area unit set to overcome Paul Ricard however should get qualifying right.

“It is one in every of the smoothest circuits, created of preponderantly medium and high-speed corners,” golfer says. “Mercedes have continually gone well there within the past and it certainly poses their best likelihood of fighting for triumph on benefit thus far this year.”

He adds: “So way, the Mercedes race pace has been considerably higher than their qualifying kind. If they hope to win in France, they have to show additional one-lap pace on Saturday to urge themselves within the combine at the beginning.

When is Time Grand Prix French 2022?

Friday 22 July

  • French Grand Prix Practice 1 – 1pm start
  • French Grand Prix Practice 2 – 4pm start

Saturday 23 July

  • French Grand Prix Practice 3 – 12pm start
  • French Grand Prix Qualifying – 3pm start

Sunday 24 July

  • French Grand Prix – 2pm start

All broadcasts on Sky Sports F1