F1 has shared details of the total fine that the drivers and teams have incurred in the first half of 2022, along with the penalty points.

The first half of the 2022 F1 season has seen host of fines incurred against the drivers and teams as per the FIA documents. The fines allotted is for various offences that the drivers were handed in the first half for breaking certain rules.

Aston Martin’s Sebastian Vettel leads the drivers’ chart with a sum total of €35,900, where the majority comes from his behaviour in the F1 drivers’ briefing. Following the German is Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz with €25,000 and Red Bull’s Sergio Perez with €10,600.

Several drivers in the list have €10,000 against their names, where the least is for the AlphaTauri pair of Yuki Tsunoda and Pierre Gasly who have €1,300 against their names. Among the F1 teams, Aston Martin leads the way with €41,800 against its name.

The team has seen 13 offences from both Vettel and Lance Stroll’s end, while Ferrari sits in second with €35,000 against its name – thanks to impeding fine of Carlos Sainz. Red Bull is third with €20,600, largely for Max Verstappen’s breach of drivers’ assistant rules.

The least offence is against Williams with €1,800, whereas Alpine and Haas have no fine against their names. Here’s the list of F1 drivers and below is also for the teams:

Driver Team Total Cost
Sebastian Vettel Aston Martin €35,900
Carlos Sainz Ferrari €25,000
Sergio Perez Red Bull €10,600
Lewis Hamilton Mercedes €10,000
Daniel Ricciardo McLaren €10,000
Zhou Guanyu Alfa Romeo €10,000
Charles Leclerc Ferrari €10,000
Max Verstappen Red Bull €10,000
Lance Stroll Aston Martin €5,900
Valtteri Bottas Alfa Romeo €2,000
Alexander Albon Williams €1,800
Yuki Tsunoda AlphaTauri €1,300
Pierre Gasly AlphaTauri €1,300


Team Total Cost
Aston Martin €41,800
Ferrari €35,000
Red Bull €20,600
Alfa Romeo €12,000
McLaren €10,000
Mercedes €10,000
AlphaTauri €2,600
Williams Racing €1,800
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Moving on to the F1 superlicense points, AlphaTauri’s Tsunoda and Williams’ Alexander Albon have the highest against his name with eight. The former has had various penalties for offences like speeding, driving unnecessarily slowly and more.

The latter has had similar issues too, with Alfa Romeo’s Zhou Guanyu and Vettel having seven penalty points, while the likes of Red Bull’s Max Verstappen, Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton and Haas’ Mick Schumacher having the least points of one each.

Here’s the list of F1 drivers having superlicense points:

Driver Number of Offences
Yuki Tsunoda 8
Alexander Albon 8
Zhou Guanyu 7
Sebastian Vettel 7
Pierre Gasly 6
Fernando Alonso 6
Lance Stroll 6
Esteban Ocon 5
Carlos Sainz 5
Valtteri Bottas 4
Sergio Perez 4
Daniel Ricciardo 4
Kevin Magnussen 3
Charles Leclerc 2
Lando Norris 2
Nicholas Latifi 2
George Russell 2
Max Verstappen 1
Lewis Hamilton 1
Mick Schumacher 1


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