two years of intense covid restrictions, 2022 will feature a 22 Grand Prix schedule, which kicks off on Sunday 20th March with the Bahrain Grand Prix.
The race, which will attract thousands of spectators, will start at
11 am Eastern time.
Australian Grand Prix also returns, after a complete lapse since 2020, with Melbourne getting ready to host the championship April 8-10. Abu Dhabi will play host to the season finale, once again, November 18-20. Find the full schedule on the F1 2022 here. Pre-season testing has already started in Spain the last week of February 23-25 and made its way to Bahrain March 10-12, for the second testing, with the season opener on March 18-20 also taking place in Bahrain. Below is information on how to watch this year’s Formula 1 races: Related : When does Formula 1 2022 begin? Full F1 schedule for Grand Prix races How to watch Formula 1 2022?
Viewers can watch Formula 1 races
with subscriptions to several different sites like fuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV, ESPN+, DirecTV Stream and YouTube TV. F1TV also offers more racing with a subscription. Sky Sports will also be streaming F1 races with a Sky Sports day pass for £9.99 or a monthly pass for £33.99, all without signing up to a contract. Sky Sports customers can also live stream F1 races by using the Sky Go app on a variety of devices. For just £18 per month, Sky customers can add individual channels, or sign up for the complete sports package for just £23 per month.