This Saturday the qualifier for the Canadian GP will take place, the ninth date of the 2022 season of the Formula 1 World Championship.
The Formula 1 there will be action again this weekend with Canadian Grand Prixwhich will be the ninth date of 2022 World Championship season where Ferrari will seek to recover after a weekend to forget in Azerbaijan. I know what you should know about classification.
Max Verstappen is more ahead than ever in the tournament after gaining victory in Baku. Also, his teammate Sergio Pérez was the new escort and moved Charles Leclerc to third placewho came off on Sunday like Carlos Sainz, another representative of the Italian team.
What time is the Canadian Grand Prix race
- Argentina: 5:00 pm
- Brazil: 17 hours
- Uruguay: 17 hours
- Paraguay: 16 hours
- best: 16 hours
- Bolivia: 16 hours
- Venezuela: 16 hours
- Peru: 15 hours
- Ecuador: 15 hours
- Colombia: 15 hours
- Mexico: 15 hours
Canadian F1 GP, LIVE: how to watch on TV and ONLINE
The Canadian Grand Prix will be seen live in Argentina on television via Fox Sports:
- Channels 25 (SD) at 106 (HD) from Cablevisión Digital, HD and Flow
- Channels 105 (SD) at 1605 (HD) from DirectTV
- Channels 101 (SD) at 1013 (HD) Telecentre
The option to follow it online is through Star+. There are two easy ways to subscribe to the service offered by ESPN. Una, at 880 pesos per month and, another option, take it annually in exchange for $ 8,800.
How is the Gilles-Villeneuve circuit of the Formula 1 Canadian GP
The Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve circuit of the Canadian Grand Prix is located in the city of Montreal and It has a route of 4,361 kilometers. Race is common running at 70 laps. In turn, it has 14 curves, of which 6 on the left and 8 on the right.
F1 2022 calendar: when is the next GP
- 10 – British GP (July 1-3) – NEXT
- 11 – Austrian GP (July 8-10)
- 12 – French GP (July 22-24)
- 13 – Hungarian GP (July 29-31)
- 14 – Belgian GP (August 26-28)
- 15 – Dutch GP (September 2-4)
- 16 – Italian GP (September 9-11)
- 17 – Russian GP (23-25 September)
- 18 – Singapore GP (September 30 to October 2)
- 19 – Japanese GP (October 7-9)
- 20 – United States GP (Austin) (October 21-23)
- 21 – Mexican GP (October 28-30)
- 22 – Brazilian GP (November 11-13)
- 23 – Abu Dhabi GP (November 18-20)
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