What are the Formula 1 2022 driver’s heights and weights?

2022 Formula 1 drivers standing on the grid.

2022 Formula 1 drivers standing on the grid.

Here are all the 2022 Formula 1 driver’s heights and weights at the beginning of the new season.

In Formula 1, even small details such as a driver’s height and weight can be of utmost importance as it dictates how much ballast their car needs, as well as how affecting how that ballast can be positioned.

In general, the shorter and smaller a driver is, the better it is for the car designers to ensure an optimal package.

Unsurprisingly, the driver’s weights are also maintained to a huge degree throughout the season, as necessitated by the sport’s minimum weight requirements for a suited and booted driver sitting in his car.

Below is a list of the 2022 F1 driver’s heights and weights.

  • Alex Albon – 186CM – 73KG
  • Fernando Alonso – 171CM – 68KG
  • Valtteri Bottas – 173CM – 68KG
  • Pierre Gasly – 178CM – 70KG
  • Lewis Hamilton – 175CM – 66KG
  • Nicholas Latifi – 185CM – 74KG
  • Charles Leclerc – 179CM – 69KG
  • Kevin Magnussen – 174CM – 68KG
  • Lando Norris – 170CM – 68KG
  • Esteban Ocon – 185.5CM – 66KG
  • Sergio Perez – 173CM – 63KG
  • Daniel Ricciardo – 175CM – 66KG
  • George Russell – 185CM – 66KG
  • Carlos Sainz – 178Cm – 64KG
  • Mick Schumacher – 176CM – 67KG
  • Lance Stroll – 182CM – 70KG
  • Yuki Tsunoda – 159CM – 54KG
  • Max Verstappen – 181CM – 72KG
  • Sebastian Vettel – 175CM – 62KG
  • Zhou Guanyu – 175CM – 63KG

Who are the tallest and shortest F1 drivers?

There’s not huge disparity between the tallest and smallest drivers, although Yuki Tsunoda is probably the most extreme as he is significantly shorter than his peers. Lewis Hamilton is also one of the shortest drivers on the grid, while new Mercedes team-mate George Russell is one of the tallest.

Who are the heaviest and lightest F1 drivers?

Unsurprisingly, the tallest drivers also are amongst the heaviest – Alex Albon, Nicholas Latifi and Max Verstappen are all over 70 kilos in weight, while Yuki Tsunoda is significantly lighter than the rest. The Japanese driver is just 54kg in weight.