F1 British GP: timetables, TV channels... How to follow the Grand Prix live?


F1 British GP: timetables, TV channels... How to follow the Grand Prix live?

GP SILVERSTONE F1. The 2022 British Grand Prix is ​​being held this weekend at the famous Silverstone circuit. What time will the start on Sunday take place, when are the qualifications scheduled and on which TV channel to watch them? Here is the full schedule for this British GP!

[Updated July 1, 2022 4:16 PM] Make way for the British F1 GP this weekend! If Monaco is the Grand Prix of glamour, Monza the temple of speed, the Silverstone circuit is attached to the history of F1 since it is on this former aerodrome that the very first Grand Prix took place counting for the F1 world championship in 1950. The British Grand Prix is ​​therefore naturally very popular with drivers and teams, especially since many of them are located a few kilometers from the circuit based on the border of Northamptonshire and Buckinghamshire.

This weekend, the race could also take on the appearance of a turning point in the world championship since Ferrari is already back to the wall. If the Italian firm's F1 2022 showed its ardor and pace very quickly, especially in qualifying, its reliability raises questions and has already caused many pitfalls for Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz. 3rd in the championship with 126 points, the Monegasque is 49 points behind the leader, reigning world champion Max Verstappen (175 points) while Sergio Perez is in 2nd place (129 points). Find the British GP schedule and TV broadcast times and channels below!

The 2022 British GP is scheduled for Sunday July 3, 2022. Free practice will start on Friday July 1 while the qualifying session will take place on Saturday July 2.

Three free practice sessions are on the program for this Grand Prix at Silverstone:

If the 2021 edition had seen the first sprint race, the format is traditional this year with a qualifying session on Saturday serving to compose the starting grid for the Sunday race. Q1 (with the 20 pilots), Q2 (with the 15 best of Q1) and Q3 (with the 10 best of Q2) will be there. The qualifying session will take place this Saturday, July 2, 2022 from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. French time.

The start of this British Grand Prix at Silverstone is scheduled for 4 p.m. French time on Sunday July 2. The pilots will set off for 52 laps, a distance of 306.198 kilometers. The lap record dates from 2020 and is the prerogative of Max Verstappen (Red Bull) in 1'27"097.

This new Grand Prix will be broadcast on the channels of the Canal group, broadcaster of the entire F1 world championship.

It is possible to follow this British F1 GP thanks to the various streaming offers available. Canal, for example, allows its subscribers to open a free account on MyCanal, its online streaming platform. It is possible to view live F1 practice, qualifying and races with commentary from the Canal channel. Another solution is to follow the race live on the official F1 website. F1.com offers a service called F1 TV Direct which allows you to view many streaming videos, as well as live F1 tests and races. Enthusiasts will find additional information there such as live timing or statistics. New camera angles are also available, as well as on-board cameras to experience the race of your favorite driver, as if you were there! The annual subscription to this service costs 189 euros. It is also possible to subscribe on a monthly basis. For this price, you get:

The British F1 Grand Prix takes place on the legendary Silverstone circuit, located in the town of the same name. The Silverstone circuit was the first in the world to host a Formula 1 race counting for the F1 world championship on May 13, 1950. 5.891 kilometers long, its layout includes 18 turns and has been redesigned over the years, the straight line of the pits having notably changed location in 2011. The infrastructure of the circuit can accommodate more than 150,000 people. With the future of the British GP at Silverstone uncertain since 2017, an announcement from the owners of the circuit took place just days before the start of the 2019 edition of the Grand Prix. The British GP will thus be maintained at Silverstone until at least 2024.