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F1 2022 Abu Dhabi Post-Season Test

F1 2022 Abu Dhabi Post-Season Test 
Pos  Driver  Nat. Team  Time
1 Carlos Sainz ESP Scuderia Ferrari 1m25.245s
2 Charles Leclerc MON Scuderia Ferrari 1m25.383s
3 Robert Shwartzman RUS Scuderia Ferrari 1m25.400s
4 Pierre Gasly FRA BWT Alpine F1 Team 1m25.689s 
5 Max Verstappen NED Oracle Red Bull Racing 1m25.845s
6 Alex Albon THA Williams Racing 1m25.959s
7 Logan Sargeant USA Williams Racing 1m26.063s
8 Nyck de Vries  NED Scuderia AlphaTauri  1m26.111s
9 Lance Stroll CAN Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One Team 1m26.263s
10 Liam Lawson NZL Oracle Bull Racing 1m26.281s
11 Jack Doohan AUS BWT Alpine F1 Team 1m26.297s
12 Fernando Alonso ESP Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One Team 1m26.312s
13 Sergio Perez MEX Oracle Bull Racing 1m26.333s
14 Oscar Piastri AUS McLaren F1 Team 1m26.340s 
15 Felipe Drugovich BRA Aston Martin Aramco Cognizant Formula One Team 1m26.595s
16 Valtteri Bottas FIN Alfa Romeo F1 Team Orlen 1m26.709s 
17 Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team 1m26.750s 
18 Lando Norris GBR McLaren F1 Team 1m26.890s 
19 Nico Hulkenberg GER Haas F1 Team 1m27.000s
20 Yuki Tsunoda JPN Scuderia AlphaTauri  1m27.123s 
21 Pietro Fittipaldi  BRA Haas F1 Team 1m27.172s 
22 Frederik Vesti  EST Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team 1m27.216s 
23 George Russell GBR Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team 1m27.240s 
24 Theo Pourchaire  FRA Alfa Romeo F1 Team Orlen 1m27.591s 

The F1 postseason test in Abu Dhabi was the first time several drivers were representing their new teams.

Fernando Alonso drove for Aston Martin, Pierre Gasly for Alpine, Oscar Piastri for McLaren, Nyck de Vries for AlphaTauri and Nico Hulkenberg for Haas.

Every team also had to field a rookie driver for part of the test.

Ferrari’s three drivers – Carlos Sainz, Charles Leclerc and Robert Shwartzman – were the three overall fastest.

Max Verstappen came fifth, Lewis Hamilton 17th.

The test was predominantly for the benefit of new Pirelli tyres but offered the first glimpse into a new-look F1 2023 driver line-up.

The F1 2023 calendar will include a record-high 23 races after the Chinese Grand Prix is reportedly cancelled. The season starts on March 5 2023 in Bahrain.

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