the testing and qualifying TV program

Ahead of Sunday’s Grand Prix in Montreal, find out when and how to watch free practice and qualifying on Friday June 17 and Saturday June 18.

The Canadian Grand Prix celebrates its great return to calendar of the Formula 1. During the last two seasons, the meeting in Montreal had not taken place, due to the vagaries of the health crisis. To this was added uncertainty as to the sustainability of a weakened event on the financial side. All of this is back to normal and the Gilles-Villeneuve circuit is ready to welcome single-seaters for the first time since 2019. 15 years ago, Lewis Hamilton picked up the very first victory of his F1 career in Montreal. The Briton is also the latest winner on this route, signing in 2019 his seventh success in Canada. Inevitably, this year, the level of Mercedes leaves him little chance of adding an eighth victory. Three other active drivers have already won on the Canadian circuit: Fernando Alonso (2006), Sebastian Vettel (2013, 2018) and Daniel Ricciardo (2014). At the start of the 2022 edition, the Red Bull team is galvanized by its recent successes, including a double in Baku, while Scuderia Ferrari finds itself on the opposite dynamic, marked by a double retirement in Azerbaijan. In 2019, Charles Leclerc climbed to the third step of the podium, along with the winner, Lewis Hamilton, and his runner-up Sebastian Vettel. The latter had also won the pole position in 1:10.240, the fastest to datewhile the record for the best lap in the race also dates from this 2019 edition, at the initiative of Valtteri Bottas in 1:13.078. the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is credited with a length of 4.361 km. On Friday June 17 and Saturday June 18, the three free practice sessions and qualifying for the Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix are on the bill at Canal+Sport. In addition, it is possible to subscribe to the official service of discipline, baptized F1TV Prowhose annual subscription price is set at €64.99.

Friday, June 17, 2022

  • 08:20 – On Board F1 (Canal+Sport)
  • 08:25 – On Board F1 (Canal+Décalé)
  • 7:40 p.m. – LIVE F1 Free Practice 1 (Canal+Sport)
  • 10:40 p.m. – LIVE F1 Free practice 2 (Canal+Sport)

Saturday, June 18, 2022

  • 08:25 – On Board F1 (Canal+Décalé)
  • 6:40 p.m. – LIVE F1 Free Practice 3 (Canal+Sport)
  • 9:40 p.m. – LIVE F1 Qualifying (Canal+Sport in France / Tip!k in Belgium / RTS in Switzerland)

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More informations :

Formula 1 2022: calendar, drivers, teams, rankings

2022 F1 calendar: GP dates and times

Formula 1 2022: the major novelties of a record season

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