F1 Bahrain GP 2022 on TV: schedules, live on Sky, delayed TV8 – Formula 1

The wait is over. On the weekend the 2022 F1 championship on the Sakhir circuit which will host the Bahrain Grand Prix. Finally, the new regulation that has brought the ground effect back into fashion will be put to the test in a race weekend on a track that has always given a spectacle, a trend that should be further enhanced by the new regulations. The race weekend in 2022 will be compressed into three days including a press conference as the latter will be held on Friday morning rather than Thursday afternoon. Unlike what will happen in Europe, with Qualifying moved to 16:00 and not at 15:00 as in previous seasons, in Bahrain Qualifying and Race will start at the same time. The 60-minute free practice sessions have also been confirmed on Fridays and not only on Saturdays. The event will be broadcast live exclusively on Sky Sport F1, TV8 will guarantee the deferred broadcasting of the Qualifying and the Grand Prix while on FormulaPassion.it as always you will find the direct written report of all the sessions. The F2 and F3 are also on track. Below are all the details of the television programming and the characteristics of the circuit.

Bahrain Grand Prix 2022, the program and the TV schedules
Friday 18 March
09:20 Free Practice F3 (Sky Sport F1)
11:35 Free Practice F2 (Sky Sport F1)
13:00 Free Practice 1 F1 (Sky Sport F1, live written on FormulaPassion.it)
14.20 Qualifying F3 (Sky Sport F1)
16:00 Free Practice 2 F1 (Sky Sport F1, live written on FormulaPassion.it)
17:25 Qualifying F2 (Sky Sport F1)
Saturday 19th March
11.00 Race-1 F3 (Sky Sport F1)
13:00 Free Practice 3 F1 (Sky Sport F1, live written on FormulaPassion.it)
16:00 F1 Qualifying (Sky Sport F1, live written on FormulaPassion.it)
17:40 Race-1 F2 (Sky Sport F1)
Sunday 20 March
10.00 Race-2 F3 (Sky Sport F1)
11:40 Race-2 F2 (Sky Sport F1)
16:00 F1 Race (Sky Sport F1, live written on FormulaPassion.it)
Times on TV8
Qualifying on Saturday delayed at 21:30
Race deferred on Sunday at 9.30 pm

Bahrain International Circuit (Sakhir)
Length: 5,412 km
Curves: 15, 9 to the right and 6 to the left
DRS zones: 3

Roll of honor Bahrain Grand Prix

FP | By the editorial staff


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