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Formula 1 2022 calendar: races, dates and times of the F1 World Cup

The 2022 Formula 1 World Championship will start in just over a month and promises to be one of the most exciting tournaments in recent years after the exciting ending we experienced a few months ago with that duel between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen . This season the championship will consist of 23 races and will visit our country on one occasion, back in May to make a stop in Montmeló.

One of the men who will fix all eyes on him will be Fernando Alonso with his famous ‘plan’. The Asturian marveled in the last section of the last World Cup and will have to be taken into account for this one that is held in 2022. Another of the great Spanish representatives is Carlos Sainz , who is still at the controls of a Ferrari and hopes to make war throughout the championship .

On March 18, the curtain opens on the 2022 Formula 1 World Championship in Bahrain with the first free practice sessions before the engines roar and fill the televisions with speed in Sunday’s race. The final culmination of this championship will take place on November 20 at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

The dates of the Formula 1 World Championship

March 18: Free practice. March 19: Free practice and classification. March 20: Bahrain Grand Prix race.

March 25: Free practice. March 26: Free practice and classification. March 27: Saudi Arabian Grand Prix race.

April 8: Free practice. April 9: Free practice and classification. April 10: Australian Grand Prix race.

April 22: Free practice. April 23: Free practice and classification. April 24: Emilia Romagna Grand Prix race.

May 6: Free practice. May 7: Free practice and classification. May 8: Miami Grand Prix race.

May 20: Free practice. May 21: Free practice and classification. May 22: Spanish Grand Prix race.

May 27: Free practice. May 28: Free practice and classification. May 29: Monaco Grand Prix race.

June 10: Free practice. June 11: Free practice and classification. June 12 – Azerbaijan Grand Prix race.

June 17: Free practice. June 18: Free practice and classification. June 19: Canadian Grand Prix race.

July 1: Free practice. July 2: Free practice and classification. July 3: British Grand Prix race.

July 8: Free practice. July 9: Free practice and classification. July 10: Austrian Grand Prix race.

July 22: Free practice. July 23: Free practice and classification. July 24: French Grand Prix race.

July 29: Free practice. July 30: Free practice and classification. July 31: Hungarian Grand Prix race.

August 26: Free practice. August 27: Free practice and classification. August 28: Belgian Grand Prix race.

September 2: Free practice. September 3: Free practice and classification. September 4: Dutch Grand Prix race.

September 9: Free practice. September 10: Free practice and classification. September 11: Italian Grand Prix race.

September 23: Free practice. September 24: Free practice and classification. September 25: Russian Grand Prix race.

September 30: Free practice. October 1: Free practice and classification. October 2: Singapore Grand Prix race.

October 7: Free practice. October 8: Free practice and classification. October 9: Japanese Grand Prix race.

October 21: Free practice. October 22: Free practice and classification. October 23: United States Grand Prix race.

October 28: Free practice. October 29: Free practice and classification. October 30: Mexican Grand Prix race.

November 11: Free practice. November 12: Free practice and classification. November 13: Brazilian Grand Prix race.

November 18: Free practice. November 19: Free practice and classification. November 20: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix race.

What are the Formula 1 circuits

Bahrain Grand Prix – Sakhir Circuit

Saudi Arabian Grand Prix – Jeddah Circuit

Australian Grand Prix – Albert Park Circuit

Emilia Romagna Grand Prix – Imola Circuit

Miami Grand Prix – Miami Circuit

Spanish Grand Prix – Montmeló Circuit

Monaco Grand Prix – Monte Carlo Circuit

Azerbaijan Grand Prix – Baku Circuit

Canadian Grand Prix – Gilles Villeneuve Circuit

British Grand Prix – Silverstone Circuit

Austrian Grand Prix – Red Bull Ring Circuit

French Grand Prix – Paul Ricard Circuit

Hungarian Grand Prix – Hungaroring Circuit

Belgian Grand Prix – Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps

Dutch Grand Prix – Circuit Zandvoort

Italian Grand Prix – Monza Circuit

Russian Grand Prix – Sochi Circuit

Singapore Grand Prix – Marina Bay Circuit

Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka Circuit

United States Grand Prix – Circuit of the Americas, Austin

Mexican Grand Prix – Hermanos Rodríguez Circuit

Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos Circuit

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – Yas Marina Circuit

How to watch the Formula 1 World Championship on television

To watch the 2022 Formula 1 World Championship on television, you will have to resort to DAZN . Both on this channel’s own platform and through Movistar , if you have contracted the sports package, you can follow all the races live and direct online in the championship. In addition, in OKDIARIO you can always be aware of the last hour and the best previews of each race and its live broadcast online lap by lap and minute by minute.

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