Formula 1 2022 live on stream and TV: on Sky and RTL

Sky remains the first address for Formula 1 fans on TV. The pay TV broadcaster broadcasts all races live. But the premier class will also be shown partly free of charge on German free TV in 2022. Like last year, RTL shows four races live. The Grands Prix in Imola (April 24), Silverstone (July 3), Zandvoort (September 4) and Sao Paulo (November 13) will be covered extensively, subject to possible changes to the 2022 racing calendar.

Florian König then celebrates his comeback as a presenter. The commentators Heiko Wasser and Christian Danner as well as track reporter Kai Ebel will lead through the TV broadcasts. Laura Papendick will moderate the Dutch Grand Prix on RTL.

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With Sky the F1 live on offer for 17.25 euros per month – only until March 31st!

All Formula 1 races, qualifying sessions and practice sessions live. Latest news and insights. Individual racing experience with the cockpit camera.

The remaining 19 races are live on Sky. The 2021 final brought 951,000 viewers to the pay TV channel.

Formula 1: These are the TV times for the Saudi Arabia GP

Sunday March 27, 2022
Race (7 p.m.)
5.30pm: Sky Sports F1
6.10 p.m .: Servus TV Austria
6.20 p.m .: SRF info

Max Verstappen wins the Formula 1 GP Saudi Arabia ahead of Ferrari star Charles Leclerc.
Everything you need to know about racing in Jeddah is HERE

Formula 1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix results

1. Max Verstappen (Netherlands) – Red Bull 1:24:19.293 hours
2. Charles Leclerc (Monaco) – Ferrari +0.549s
3. Carlos Sainz Jr (Spain) – Ferrari +8.097
4. Sergio Perez (Mexico) – Red Bull +10,800
5. George Russell (Great Britain) – Mercedes +32,732
6. Esteban Ocon (France) – Alpine +56.017
7. Lando Norris (Great Britain) – McLaren +56.124
8. Pierre Gasly (France) – Alpha Tauri +1:02.946 min.
9. Kevin Magnussen (Denmark) – Haas +1:04.308
10. Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain) – Mercedes +1:13.948
11. Zhou Guanyu (China) – Alfa Romeo +1:22.215
12. Nico Hulkenberg (Emmerich) – Aston Martin +1:31.742
13. Lance Stroll (Canada) – Aston Martin + 1 lap.
14. Alexander Albon (Thailand) – Williams + 3 laps

Mick Schumacher (Gland/Switzerland) – Haas did not start
Yuki Tsunoda (Japan) – Alpha Tauri (1st round)
Nicholas Latifi (Canada) – Williams (15th lap)
Daniel Ricciardo (Australia) – McLaren (36th lap)
Fernando Alonso (Spain) – Alpine (36th lap)
Valtteri Bottas (Finland) – Alfa Romeo (37th lap)

1. Sergio Perez (Mexico) – Red Bull 1:28.200 mins
2. Charles Leclerc (Monaco) – Ferrari +0.025s
3. Carlos Sainz Jr (Spain) – Ferrari +0.202
4. Max Verstappen (Netherlands) – Red Bull +0.261
5. Esteban Ocon (France) – Alpine +0.868
6. George Russell (Great Britain) – Mercedes +0.904
7. Fernando Alonso (Spain) – Alpine +0.947
8. Valtteri Bottas (Finland) – Alfa Romeo +0.983
9. Pierre Gasly (France) – Alpha Tauri +1.054
10. Kevin Magnussen (Denmark) – Haas +1.388
11. Lando Norris (Great Britain) – McLaren 1:29.651
12. Daniel Ricciardo (Australia) – McLaren 1:29.773
13. Zhou Guanyu (China) – Alfa Romeo 1:29.819
14. Mick Schumacher (Gland/Switzerland) – Haas 1:29.920
15. Lance Stroll (Canada) – Aston Martin 1:31.009
16. Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain) – Mercedes 1:30.343
17. Alexander Albon (Thailand) – Williams 1:30.492
18. Nico Hulkenberg (Emmerich) – Aston Martin 1:30.543
19. Nicholas Latifi (Canada)-Williams 1:31.817
20. Yuki Tsunoda (Japan) – Alpha Tauri eliminated

Where can you watch Formula 1 2022 on TV?

If you want to follow all the remaining races in the premier class of motorsport live on TV in 2022, you need Sky (RTL only broadcasts four GPs). It costs extra money, but it’s worth it – especially in 2022. Mick Schumacher is there, Sebastian Vettel wants to finally take off with Aston Martin and Red Bull wants to defend the world championship title with Max Verstappen.

This is what Sky offers: Ralf Schumacher, Sandra Baumgartner, Porsche and Co.

But it’s not just worth it for sport. Sky has again set up its own TV channel for the new era from 2022: Sky Formula 1. Here there is motorsport 24 hours a day. All practice sessions, all qualifying sessions, all races are always live and without commercial breaks. In addition, Sky also broadcasts the support races Formula 2, Formula 3 and the Porsche Supercup.

The driver press conferences on Thursday, the team bosses on Friday and the top three of the race on Sunday will also be broadcast live. Historical races and special programs are also on the programme. Ralf Schumacher remains on board as an expert. Pit lane moderator Sandra Baumgartner goes on the hunt for interviews. So there is a lot on offer for the fans.

Vettel will be chasing points again with Aston Martin in 2022.

These are the prices for the Formula 1 stream

Customers who want to watch Formula 1 on Sky can choose between a twelve-month Sky Core (reception with receiver via cable, satellite, Internet) from EUR 17.25 (offer only valid until March 31!) per month, the Sky Supersport Ticket (receipt via internet stream/app) with a monthly cancellation option for EUR 29.99 per month and the Sky Supersport annual ticket (12 months, internet stream/app) for EUR 19.99 per month.

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All races live and without commercial breaks. All sessions live: practice, qualifying & races. Also: F2, F3 and the Porsche Supercup.

Sky is paying a lot for the exclusive broadcasting rights of Formula 1 in Germany. Therefore, customers can no longer subscribe to the Formula 1 streaming service F1 TV Pro. But if you want to stream on-demand access to reruns and historical races, you can get F1 TV Access for 26.99 euros a year. There are more offers from Sky here.

Formula 1 calendar 2022:

March 10-12: Bahrain Test
March 20 Bahrain-Sakhir
March 27: Saudi Arabia – Jeddah
April 10: Australia-Melbourne
April 24: Emilia Romagna – Imola
May 8: USA I – Miami
May 22: Spain-Barcelona
May 29: Monaco
June 12: Azerbaijan – Baku
June 19: Canada – Montreal
3 July: Great Britain – Silverstone
July 10: Austria – Spielberg
July 24: France – Le Castellet
July 31: Hungary – Budapest
August 28: Belgium – Spa
September 4: Holland – Zandvoort
September 11: Italy – Monza
September 25: TBA
October 2: Singapore
October 9: Japan-Suzuka
October 23: USA II – Texas
October 30: Mexico – Mexico City
November 13: Brazil – Sao Paulo
November 20: Abu Dhabi

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