Austrian GP F1 2022: schedule, where to watch on TV and how to follow online

Austrian GP F1 2022: schedule, where to watch on TV and how to follow online

We have reached the halfway point of the 2022 Formula 1 season with the Austrian Grand Prix at the Red Bull Ring, which will also be the second weekend of this year with a Sprint format.

Without rest to recover from what was seen in Silverstone, Formula 1 travels to Austria for the dispute of the eleventh round, which marks the equator of the 2022 season. And it does so with Ferrari cutting the streak of six consecutive victories of Red Bull Racing, which runs this weekend on the circuit it owns.

Carlos Sainz He has already become one of the privileged few who can say that they have won at least one Formula 1 Grand Prix, although Ferrari has not been spared from controversy and Charles Leclerc was not satisfied with the team’s operation on British soil. Surely the Spaniard will want to extend his good streak and the Monegasque put an end to the last two months of nightmare for his aspirations in the championship.

As far as Red Bull is concerned, things didn’t go too badly at Silverstone given the circumstances, with Sergio Pérez climbing back to second after breaking his wing early in the race and Max Verstappen finishing seventh after suffering the same problem in the floor of your RB18.

Another point to keep in mind in red bull ring it will be the performance of Mercedes, which saw Lewis Hamilton battle for victory at Silverstone for the first time this season.


The schedules of the Austrian F1 GP

This weekend in Austria we will attend the second Grand Prix with sprint format of the season, so the schedules will not be the usual ones for European races.

On Friday at the Red Bull Ring, the activity on the track will begin at 13:30 hours in mainland Spain, but the next session will not be free practice, but the classification to make up the grid for Saturday’s sprint race

On that second day, and after a free practice session at 12:30 p.m., the race will take place at 4:30 p.m. The main race on Sunday will be held at the usual time, the 3:00 p.m..

In the following table you can see the schedules for Spain and some Latin American cities:


This is the circuit: Red Bull Ring

Osterreichring, A1 Ring… the circuit currently owned by Red Bull has had various names. But we fans are lucky to continue enjoying its charm, as it retains its essence and continues to offer us good races.

If we look at the map of the Austrian layout, the first thing we think is that it is simple and bland, but the truth is that we are talking about a circuit that contains various details within it that make it quite the opposite.

The Red Bull Ring is a old fashion circuit, both for its location in the middle of the Spielberg forest, and for its competitive nature. Simple, but challenging, it only has eight curves, of which the first three -in the form of an angle- connect three long straights.

The Austrian Red Bull Ring circuit has few corners, but it is one of the most complicated in the championship.

This implies that power, traction and braking stability be the most important in that first half, which gives way to a much more fluid second and in which other factors come into play. The third sector also has a compendium of various things, but its main characteristic is that it is carried out in a clear descent towards the finish area.

And it is that one of the great attractions of the Red Bull Ring is the unevenness with which it counts. The first part is uphill and has a maximum slope of 12%, to later descend towards the finish area with maximum descent percentages of 9.3%. All this means that both braking and acceleration when exiting corners are even more complex than they already are by themselves.

How to follow and where to watch the Formula 1 Austrian GP

As usual, DAZN deals with broadcasting the queen category of motorsports through its platform streaming in Spain on the DAZN F1 channel (which can also be seen on Movistar). However, residents of countries whose retransmission rights have not been acquired exclusively by any national channel have the option of contracting F1TVthe platform of streaming Formula 1 official.

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Austrian GP F1 2022: schedule, where to watch on TV and how to follow online
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The calendar of the Formula 1 World Championship

The 2022 season was intended to become the longest in history by hosting 23 Grand Prix of Formula 1, although after the cancellation of the Grand Prix of Russia it was not yet clear if this wish was going to be fulfilled. Ultimately it will not be like that and, once again, the championship will remain at 22 events.

Regardless of that, this year’s calendar has brought back classic events that were absent during the pandemic. We talk about racing Australia, Canada, Singapore and Japan. The first was already played during the month of April and the second arrives this week. The Asians will have to wait until the fall to certify their return.



The drivers and teams of the Formula 1 World Championship

But without a doubt the great protagonists of the 2022 Formula 1 Championship, as every year, are the participants: 10 teams and 20 drivers willing to complete the longest season in history touring four continents and 21 countries.

On this year’s grid we have three world champions, Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel, as well as a rookie driver: the Chinese Guanyu Zhou, who forms a couple with Valtteri Bottas at Alfa Romeo. We also see the return of Alexander Albon with Williams and Kevin Magnussen with Haas.


One more season, Spain is represented by Fernando Alonso and Carlos Sainz, both framed in the same team as in 2021. The Spaniard defends the colors of Alpine and is in charge of executing THE PLAN to the best of his ability, which, however, does not include fighting for the title or for victories.

On the other hand, the man from Madrid could reach that point, as Ferrari has improved even more this year and already aspires to important things with Red Bull and Mercedes as main opponents. can Carlos Sainz finally get his first victory and beat again a very fast Charles Leclerc?


Remember! The Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix begins this Friday at 13:30 CEST, with the dispute of the first free practice.