The weekend of Canadian Grand Prix 2022 goes live today, with the first two free practice sessions on the Montreal track. The Gilles Villeneuve circuit returns to host Formula 1 after two years of forced stop due to the pandemic: here is the weekend program and how to follow all the action on live TV.
Friday 17 June. Two 60-minute free practice sessions will allow teams and drivers to fine-tune the cars and prepare for the rest of the weekend. Both sessions are broadcast live on Sky Sport F1 (207), Sky Sport 4K (213) channels. Watch out for the time zone: in order not to miss a minute of action on the track, here are the Italian free practice times for the Canadian GP
Free Practice 1from 20 to 21 exclusively live on Sky and streaming on Now
Free Practice 2from 11pm to 12am live exclusively on Sky and streaming on Now
Saturday 18th June. Saturday in Montreal will feature a final 60-minute free practice session that will allow you to better prepare for the official qualifying session that will award pole position. All eyes will be on Charles Leclerc, author of 6 pole positions out of 8 races so far. But also watch out for Max Verstappen who, slyly, managed to capitalize much more than his rival during the race and this allows him to stay ahead of everyone in the drivers’ standings. The last free practice session will be broadcast, as usual, exclusively by Sky. Qualifying will go live on pay-TV, but free-to-air coverage will be guaranteed on TV8 with a few hours of delay. Here are the times already converted to the Italian time zone.
Free Practice 3, from 19 to 20 exclusively live on Sky and streaming on Now
Qualifications, from 10pm to 11pm live exclusively on Sky and streaming on Now. Deferred on TV8 at 11.30pm
Sunday 19 June. It is the highlight of the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix weekend. In the Canadian morning, the circuit will come alive with the F-1600, the Nissan Sentra cup and the Ferrari Challenge. After the surrounding races, it is the turn of Formula 1 to take to the track for the ninth round of the World Championship. The start is set for 8 pm Italian, but Sky Sport F1 will start its live broadcast about an hour and a half earlier, following both the drivers’ parade – with related interviews – and the whole procedure that will lead the cars to line up on the grid. departure.
Race, Canadian GP, from 8pm live exclusively on Sky and streaming on Now. Deferred on TV8 at 9.30pm
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