Max Verstappen tops the charts as ‘F1 2022’ Driver Ratings REVEALED

Find out the official driver ratings for Codemasters' F1 2022.

F1 2023
F1 2023

Codemasters’ F1 2022 is slated for release in a couple of days, on 28 June 2022. Aside from being able to experience the new Miami Circuit in the series for the first time, there are also various new tidbits and features that the series will feature for the first time. The game was hotly anticipated because of the regulation changes for this season, and fans will be excited to learn how the cars feel, virtually.

For the first time in the series, the game will feature its own customized soundtrack like EA’s football ‘FIFA’ series does, and it features songs from artists such as Alesso, Marshmello, Charli XCX, Deadmau5, Diplo and Kavinsky. There are 29 songs in total.

If you’re on a PC, you will also be able to use a VR (Virtual Reality) headset to put yourself in the cockpit, which is also a first for the series. If you possess a VR headset and have a powerful enough PC, this will definitely be a feeling you would be chasing. With the new regulations – the tire model has been completed revamped, and will now handle differently. Post-launch, the game will also add cross-platform multiplayer.

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Complete Driver Ratings

F1 2022
The Complete Driver Ratings

The top rating in the game is shared by Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton, last year’s two title protagonists. They both share a rating of 94, with Hamilton beating Verstappen in Experience and Awareness, and Verstappen edging out the Briton in Racecraft and Pace. Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc rounds out the top 3, at 92.

British drivers Lando Norris and George Russell share a 90 rating each to round out the top 5, while Fernando Alonso follows them just behind with 89. Alonso has the highest experience rating on the grid, with 98. They are followed by Valtteri Bottas and Sergio Perez (88 each), and then by Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz with 87. Sebastian Vettel rounds out the top 10, with 85.

The different parameters are topped by:

Racecraft: Max Verstappen – 98 (Lewis Hamilton – 96, Charles Leclerc/Lando Norris – 94)

Experience: Fernando Alonso – 98 (Lewis Hamilton – 93, Sebastian Vettel – 91)

Awareness: Daniel Ricciardo/Valtteri Bottas – 93 (Sebastian Vettel/Lewis Hamilton 92, Charles Leclerc 91)

Pace: Max Verstappen – 97 (Charles Leclerc – 95, Lewis Hamilton/George Russell – 93)

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