F1: Live streams, TV schedule, start time & more

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This week, Formula 1 brings the heat to Miami.

For the first time ever, F1 goes racing in Miami as the top-tier open-wheeled racing circuit’s United States expansion continues, with the 2022 Miami Grand Prix airing on Sunday, May 8, live from beautiful, sunny Miami, Fla.

While Miami is a new backdrop for F1 drivers, the field is no stranger to North America: Formula 1 drivers have regularly raced in Austin, Texas, while also holding GPs in both Mexico and Canada. But the Miami GP signals further expansion in the U.S., with a third states-based grand prix coming to Las Vegas in 2023, and they plan to come back to South Beach for the next nine years, as well. if you are interested to watch live scores you can watch them on totalsportek.app

F1 schedule 2022: Dates, start times, TV channels and how to watch every Formula 1 race

How to watch the 2022 Miami Grand Prix

  • TV channel: ABC
  • Live stream: ESPN App, fuboTV

In an effort to maximize eyeballs on the inaugural Miami GP, ABC will broadcast the race on Sunday afternoon, with lights out occurring around 3:30 p.m. ET. The coverage airs five minutes earlier, at 3:25 p.m. ET on ABC.

The United States Grand Prix, scheduled for Oct. 23, will also air on ABC.

David Croft will be on the lap-by-lap call on Sunday flanked by Sky Sports mate Martin Brundle.

How to watch every F1 race for free in the UK

  • Sky showing live races
  • Extended qualifying, plus highlights on Channel 4 shown 2.5 hours after live race ends

F1 is fast becoming a pay-to-watch sport. But there are ways to watch without paying, especially if you’re happy to watch highlights later in the day.

Sky still has the exclusive rights to show live races in the UK (as well as Italy and Germany), meaning the only coverage on free-to-air TV in the UK will be available on Channel 4.

This arrangement runs until 2024 and – until the end of the 2022 season – extended highlights of both qualifying and races can be shown on Channel 4 only two and a half hours after the race ends.

This doesn’t mean all broadcasts will be shown this soon, and if you want to stream those highlights, you might have to wait a lot longer for them to appear on Channel 4’s streaming service – All4.

The highlights show lasts 2.5 hours and is allowed to cover 70 percent of the action.

You can watch Channel 4 on your TV, of course, but you can also watch using the All4 app on your phone or tablet (but not live), or in a web browser via Channel 4’s website.

As in previous years, the British Grand Prix will be shown live on Channel 4.

Here’s everything you can watch this weekend from start to finish:

Formula 1 Miami schedule 2022

Bolded are race weekend events:

  • Wednesday, May 4
Date Time Event TV channel
Wednesday, May 4 8 p.m. ET Miami Grand Prix Opening Party ESPN3/ESPN+
  • Friday, May 6
Date Time Event TV channel
Friday, May 6 2:30 p.m. ET Practice 1 ESPN2
Friday, May 6 3:45 p.m. ET The F1 Show ESPN3
Friday, May 6 5:30 p.m. ET Practice 2 ESPNews/ESPN3
  • Saturday, May 7
Date Time Event TV channel
Saturday, May 7 1 p.m. ET Practice 3 ESPNews/ESPN3
Saturday, May 7 4 p.m. ET Qualifying ESPN
Saturday, May 7 5:45 p.m. ET Ted’s Qualifying Notebook ESPN3
  • Sunday, May 8
Date Time Event TV channel
Sunday, May 8 2 p.m. ET Pre-race show ABC
Sunday, May 8 3:30 p.m. ET Race ABC

The customary five-event race weekend awaits Floridians this weekend: Practices 1, 2 and 3 all air on ESPN2 and ESPN3, while Saturday afternoon’s qualifying will air live on ESPN, setting the grid for Sunday’s race.

Entering the weekend, an entertaining championship race is starting to form: Ferrari has won multiple races for the first time since 2019, with defending champ Max Verstappen has either won a race or finished in the garage.

Lewis Hamilton, the sport’s biggest star, has yet to secure a victory this year, while teammate George Russell has outperformed him in a flawed Mercedes car.

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