For the first time since 2019, F1 returns to the Marina Bay Circuit this weekend for the Singapore Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel was the last driver to win the race in what proved to be his final victory with Ferrari, finishing ahead of Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen to clinch P1.
With the venue's humid conditions – along with the added factor of the event being held at night – the drivers could be set for a challenging weekend ahead.
RacingNews365.com will be bringing you all the action as it happens and you can follow the race weekend on our live blog here.
Here's where to watch the 2022 Singapore Grand Prix live on TV in the UK, USA, and Australia.
2022 Singapore GP UK Broadcast Schedule (BST)
|Friday||FP1||Sky Sports F1||10:30|
|Friday||FP2||Sky Sports F1||13:45|
|Saturday||FP3||Sky Sports F1||10:45|
|Saturday||Qualifying||Sky Sports F1||13:00|
|Saturday||Qualifying Highlights||Channel 4||19:15|
|Sunday||Grand Prix||Sky Sports F1||11:30|
|Sunday||Race Highlights||Channel 4||18:30|
2022 Singapore GP USA TV Schedule (ET)
|Friday||FP1||ESPN (channel TBC)||05:55|
|Friday||FP2||ESPN (channel TBC)||08:55|
|Saturday||FP3||ESPN (channel TBC)||05:55|
|Saturday||Qualifying||ESPN (channel TBC)||08:55|
|Sunday||Grand Prix||ESPN (channel TBC)||06:30|
2022 Singapore GP TV Schedule Australia (AEST)
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