Dutch GP F1 2022: Times and where to watch the 2022 Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix on TV and online
NOTnew week of Formula 1. There is no time to breathe after what happened at Spa. It does not stop, there was already a lot of desire for competition. It’s the turn of the Dutch Grand Prix, which will begin on Friday with the first Free Practice. Everything continues after the summer break, but there is something that does not change: the superiority of Max Verstappen and Red Bull.
The leader of the World Cup with more than 90 points on Checo Prez and almost a hundred on Leclerc. What they experienced at the Belgian Grand Prix only demonstrated an almost suffocating superiority over everyone else. and also it seems that compared to the Constructors’ World Cup there will be nothing to do either.
F1 World Cup 2022 Driver Rankings
But there is good news, relatively, for Ferrari. With the podium I got last weekend, Sainz overtakes Russell and remains fifteen points behind Leclerc, who finished sixth after setting the fastest lap… and being penalized for speeding in the pit lane. i beat him Position of Fernando Alonsowho stayed just behind him when the Monegasque stopped.
Precisely the Asturian is one of those who rises in the ranking of pilots. He overtakes Bottas and is in ninth position. It also comes close Ocon, his teammate. After a steady start to the season for Fernando, it looks like the distance is currently down to 13 points. We’ll see how this affects next year’s team change and the controversies surrounding Alpine.
2022 F1 World Cup Constructor Rankings
What is certain is that it was a Alpine Grand Prix. He left McLaren, the main contender for fourth place in the constructors’ world championship, at 20 points. The French squire obtained 115 points; McLaren find themselves with 95 after neither of their two cars scored points in Belgium.
And victory seems clear for Red Bull with so many races to go. The double at Spa paved the way for them, more so considering how they did it. The superiority over the rest of the teams was more than evident.
Where to watch the Dutch F1 GP
MARK will provide wide coverage of the test, with direct from all the sessions, chronicles and reactions of the protagonists through MARCA.com and the broadcast of the race live on BRAND Radio.
On TV, all F1 Hungarian Grand Prix sessions can be seen across the Movistar+ payment channel or the DAZN F1 platform.
Formula 1 Dutch GP timetable
The The F1 Dutch GP race will start on Sunday September 4 and consists of 72 rounds. Below is the full program of low pass GPs which will be disputed in the circuit of Zandvoort from September 2 to 4:
friday september 2: Free practice 1 – 12.30 p.m. to 1.30 p.m. and free practice 2: 4 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday September 3: Free practice 3 at 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.; Ranking: 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Sunday September 4e: Race: 3:00 p.m. (72 laps or 120 minutes)
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