The 2022 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix is going to be held on March 27 at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit. Here, you will know everything about the event.
Sergio Perez of Red Bull will start an F1 race from pole position for the first time in his career after setting a new lap record of 1m28.200s at the end of qualifying.
How to watch Saudi Arabian Grand Prix 2022
- When: Sunday, March 27, 2022
- Start Time: 1 pm ET
- Location: The event will take place at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit. The length of the circuit is 6.174 km (3.836 mi). The stadium can hold up to 143,000 people at a time.
- TV Channel: FS1
- Live stream: PremiumTV (anywhere)
Perez’s last-ditch effort prevented an all-Ferrari front-row lockout, with Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz set to start second and third, respectively, ahead of defending champion Max Verstappen’s other Red Bull.
Lewis Hamilton, the seven-time Formula One champion, was eliminated in Q1 for the first time since 2017, lining up 15th on the grid. Despite surviving his Q2 crash without injury, Haas driver Mick Schumacher will sit out the race.
Here, you will know when, where, and how to watch the Saudi Grand Prix along with the starting lineup.
How to Watch F1 Saudi Grand Prix Online and on TV in 2022?
ESPN will broadcast the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix in the USA. You will be easily able to watch the event with a cable TV subscription.
In India, Star Sports will be broadcasting the event to racing fans.
TSN will be showing the race live in Canada.
Fubo TV will show the Live Stream of the Saudi Arabian GP in the USA. You will be able to watch the event through ESPN on this channel. The monthly subscription of Fubo is $64.99 per month.
Sky Sports F1, which broadcasts, may be added to the Sky Sports channels for £20 per month for new users. Sky Sports is also available through NOW for a one-off day fee of £11.98 or a monthly membership fee of £33.99. You will be able to watch all the F1 races with this.
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Sainz finished third, ahead of the luckless Perez, Russell, Ocon, Norris, Gasly, Magnussen and Hamilton. Several of those are under investigation for going too quickly under yellows at the end.
There were two non-starters: Mick Schumacher after his qualifying crash and Yuki Tsunoda, whose AlphaTauri suffered a loss of oil pressure on his installation lap to the grid.