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Spanish Grand Prix 2022

How to watch the 2022 F1 Spanish Grand Prix live on TV

The Spanish Grand Prix takes place between 20 and 22 May, 2022, marking the sixth race of the season. Here's all the information on how you can watch the 2022 F1 Spanish Grand Prix live on TV.

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The 2022 F1 calendar returns to Europe for the sixth round of the season, the Spanish Grand Prix.

With the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya having been a regular fixture on the schedule for many years – as well as often hosting pre-season testing – the venue will be a familiar one for the drivers and teams.

Lewis Hamilton was the last winner of the race in 2021, but who will come out on top this time?

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 Spanish Grand Prix live on TV in the UK, USA, and Australia.

2022 Spanish GP UK Broadcast Schedule (BST)

Day Session Channel Time
Friday FP1 Sky Sports F1 12:30
Friday FP2 Sky Sports F1 15:45
Saturday FP3 Sky Sports F1 11:45
Saturday Qualifying Sky Sports F1 14:25
Saturday Qualifying Highlights Channel 4 18:45
Sunday Grand Prix Sky Sports F1 12:30
Sunday Race Highlights Channel 4 18:30

2022 Spanish GP USA TV Schedule (ET)

Day Session Channel Time
Friday FP1 ESPN2 07:55
Friday FP2 ESPNU 10:55
Saturday FP3 ESPNU 06:55
Saturday Qualifying ESPN2 09:55
Sunday Grand Prix ESPN2 07:30
Sunday Post-Race Show ESPN3 11:00

2022 Spanish GP TV Schedule Australia (AEST)

Day Session Channel Time
Friday FP1 FoxTel/Kayo 21:30
Saturday FP2 FoxTel/Kayo 00:45
Saturday FP3 FoxTel/Kayo 20:45
Saturday Qualifying FoxTel/Kayo 23:25
Sunday Grand Prix FoxTel/Kayo 21:30

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