Formula 1 returns to the Circuit of The Americas this weekend for the United States Grand Prix, marking the sport's second visit to America in 2022 after the inaugural Miami Grand Prix took place in May.
Since F1's debut at the track in 2012, the sport has continued to grow in popularity amongst US fans, with a third American race set to be added to the calendar in 2023 when Las Vegas joins the line-up.
For the 2022 event, Max Verstappen will arrive in Austin as a two-time World Champion after his title victory last time out in Japan.
There is still plenty to play for, though, with Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez vying for second place, while the Constructors' Championship is yet to be settled.
When is the 2022 United States GP?
The 2022 United States Grand Prix will be held across the weekend of 21 – 23 October.
There will be the usual format in place, with two practice sessions held on Friday, followed by FP3 and qualifying on Saturday, and the main event on Sunday.
How many laps is the United States GP?
The race will take place over 56 laps of the 5.513-kilometre Circuit of The Americas, with a maximum race time of two hours if there are any stoppages or delays.
What time does the United States GP start?
Sunday's United States Grand Prix will start at 14:00 local time (20:00 BST).
Below are the start times for the race for various time zones across the world.
2022 F1 United States GP start times
|Time zone||Race start time|
|Pacific Daylight Time||12:00|
|Central Daylight Time||14:00|
|Eastern Daylight Time||15:00|
|British Summer Time||20:00|
|Central European Summer Time||21:00|
|Gulf Standard Time||23:00|
|India Standard Time||00:30 (Monday)|
|Western Indonesian Time||02:00 (Monday)|
|China Standard Time||03:00 (Monday)|
|Korea Standard Time||04:00 (Monday)|
|Australian Eastern Standard Time||06:00 (Monday)|
|New Zealand Time||08:00 (Monday)|
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