Red Bull Racing and Max Verstappen win
2022 Formula 1® DHL Awards
DHL wraps up the 2022 Formula 1® season,
with the fastest lap and pit stop awards
As the 2022 Formula 1® season came to end yesterday at the Formula 1® ETIHAD AIRWAYS ABU DHABI GRAND PRIX 2022 in the United Arab Emirates, the series’ Official Logistics Partner DHL awards Max Verstappen with his first ever DHL Fastest Lap Award. The world champion was the fastest man on the track on five out of 22 race weekends before the grand finale in Abu Dhabi. While Oracle Red Bull Racing showcased outstanding teamwork for the fifth consecutive year and wins the DHL Fastest Pit Stop Award.
DHL Fastest Lap Award
Max Verstappen, winner of the 2022 DHL Fastest Lap Award
Arjan Sissing, Head of Global Brand Marketing at DHL
DHL Fastest Pit Stop Award
Jonathan Wheatley, Sporting Director Red Bull Racing
Geoff Walsh, Country Manager DHL Express UAE
22 races in 20 countries
Moving the world’s largest motorsport series across 20 countries is a difficult task. As the Official Logistics Partner of Formula 1® DHL uses its global logistics network to transport cars, engines, fuel, broadcasting equipment, as well as marketing and hospitality materials to 22 races across the globe. In total, DHL organized the logistics for Formula 1® to travel over 120,000 kilometers using up to: 120 sea freight containers, 30 trucks and eight planes. “Together with our partner Formula 1®, DHL is deeply committed to sustainability and cutting down carbon emission, creating a positive impact for our planet and our future,” said Sissing.
Brandon Snow, Managing Director of Commercial at F1, adds: “I would like to thank DHL for their continued hard work and support throughout the season as we wrap up what has been a fantastic year for F1. We have faced new logistical challenges as we raced in Miami for the first time, and returned to Australia, Canada, Singapore, and Japan with DHL of course playing a crucial a key part in the delivery of these events, always ensuring that it is done as sustainably as possible.”