Formula 1 returns to Silverstone which is one of the most iconic venues on the calendar for the 2022 British GP.
Last year’s race at Silverstone was eventful to say the least. Title rivals Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen made contact on the opening lap, which resulted in the latter hitting the barriers and suffering a 51G impact.
Hamilton ended up winning the race, fending off Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc who finished P2. Hamilton’s then teammate Valtteri Bottas finished third.
Leclerc ⚔️ Verstappen 🍿
— Formula 1 (@F1) June 29, 2022
Hamilton and Mercedes aren’t competing for race wins this season. The Title protagonists so far are from Red Bull and Ferrari, the two strongest teams of the 2022 campaign. A close battle between the two teams is expected once again.
Red Bull come into the British GP, winning six consecutive races. Verstappen has won five of them, which puts him at the top of the Championship with 175 points to his name. His teammate Sergio Perez is behind him in P2, followed by Leclerc in P3.
When and where to watch the British GP?
Here are the broadcasters and timings of the 2022 British GP in different time zones:
2022 British Grand Prix UK Broadcast Schedule (BST)
|Friday, 1st July||FP1||SkySportsF1||13:00|
|Friday, 1st July||FP2||SkySportsF1||16:00|
|Saturday, 2nd July||FP3||SkySportsF1||12:00|
|Saturday, 2nd July||Qualifying||SkySportsF1||15:00|
|Sunday, 3rd July||Race||SkySportsF1, Channel 4||15:00|
2022 British Grand Prix USA Broadcast Schedule (ET)
|Friday, 1st July||FP1||ESPN U||8:00|
|Friday, 1st July||FP2||ESPN U||11:00|
|Saturday, 2nd July||FP3||ESPN 2||7:00|
|Saturday, 2nd July||Qualifying||ESPN 2||10:00|
|Sunday, 3rd July||Race||ESPN 2||10:00|
2022 British Grand Prix Australia Broadcast Schedule (AEST)
|Friday, 1st July||FP1||Fox Sports, Kayo||22:00|
|Saturday, 2nd July||FP2||Fox Sports, Kayo||1:00*|
|Saturday, 2nd July||FP3||Fox Sports, Kayo||21:00|
|Sunday, 3rd July||Qualifying||Fox Sports, Kayo||0:00*|
|Monday, 4th July||Race||Fox Sports, Kayo||0:00*|
*Due to the Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) being nine hours ahead of the British Summer Time (BST), the race will start on the next day in Australia based on time difference.