F1 Singapore GP 2022 calendar and how to watch it

F1 Singapore GP 2022 calendar and how to watch it




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Concluding Formula 1’s first treble after the summer break and after two weeks without action due to the cancellation of the 2022 Russian Grand Prix, the highest category single-seaters will return to the track next weekend of September 20 at october. 2.

The Singapore Grand Prix, in Marina Bay, will thus celebrate its first post-COVID-19 edition and the 13th in its history, since it entered the calendar in 2008 and did not take place in 2020 and 2021 due to the restrictions of the pandemic. F1’s last memory there was with Ferrari, achieving a Sebastian Vettel-led double with Charles Leclerc in his back in 2019. Will the Italian team repeat something like this in 2022?

2022 F1 Singapore GP Timetables (Spain Peninsular Timetable) Singapore

Day

session Time
friday september 30 free trial 1 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
friday september 30 free trial 2 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Saturday October 1 free trial 3 12:00 p.m. – 10:00 a.m.
Saturday October 1 Classification 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Sunday October 2 Carrera 3:00 p.m. (61 rounds)

F1 Singapore 2022 GP Schedules for Latin American Countries

session Time

free trial 1

friday september 30

05:00 Mexico, Colombia, Panama, Ecuador, Peru

06:00h Venezuela, Bolivia, Chile and Paraguay

07:00 Argentina, Uruguay

free trial 2

friday september 30

08:00 Mexico, Colombia, Panama, Ecuador, Peru

08:00h Venezuela, Bolivia, Chile and Paraguay

10:00 a.m. Argentina, Uruguay

free trial 3

Saturday October 1

05:00 Mexico, Colombia, Panama, Ecuador, Peru

06:00h Venezuela, Bolivia, Chile and Paraguay

07:00 Argentina, Uruguay

Classification

Saturday October 1

08:00 Mexico, Colombia, Panama, Ecuador, Peru

09:00h Venezuela, Bolivia, Chile and Paraguay

10:00 a.m. Argentina, Uruguay

Carrera

Sunday October 2

08:00 Mexico, Colombia, Panama, Ecuador, Peru

09:00h Venezuela, Bolivia, Chile and Paraguay

10:00 a.m. Argentina, Uruguay

Save F1 Singapore schedules whether in Spain or Latin American countries

How and where to watch the Singapore 2022 F1 GP in Spain and Latin America

countries Channels

SPAIN

DAZN F1

Costa Rica

Guatemala

Nicaragua

STAR/ESPN action

Colombia

Peru

Ecuador

Panama

STAR/ESPN action

Mexico

FOX Sports Mexico

Venezuela

Bolivia

Paraguay

STAR/ESPN action

Chile

STAR Action/FOX Sports

Argentina

Uruguay

STAR/ESPN action

The Singapore Grand Prix is ​​at night, so it will more or less maintain the usual European timings, albeit with some changes that will bring some sessions forward. Free practice on Friday will be a little earlier, while qualifying and the race will start at exactly the same time, 3:00 p.m. (Spanish peninsula time).

In Latin America, the two most important sessions of the weekend will start at 08:00 in Mexico, Colombia, Panama, Ecuador, Peru, at 09:00 in Venezuela, Bolivia, Chile and Paraguay and finally at 10:00 in Uruguay and Argentina.

To see Formula 1 in Spain legally, there is only one way; DAZN F1, either via its own platform or with the various Movistar+ packages. DAZN services are priced at €12.99 per month or 129,99€ annual, with the possibility of also seeing MotoGP. For Latin America, the channels vary by country, as can be seen in the table above.

Marina Bay Street Circuit, the track where the Singapore F1 GP takes place

Since Singapore’s appearance on the Formula 1 calendar in 2008, the urban layout of Marina Bay has always hosted this event on its streets. This circuit is one of the biggest challenges the higher category grid faces each season, due to the proximity of protections or walls and its large number of treacherous curves.

The Singapore circuit has a length of 5,065 kilometersso to conclude the Singapore GP, the drivers must finish 61 rounds in which 308,965 kilometers will be covered. On this occasion, the single-seaters must drive in an anti-clockwise direction.

The driver who has risen to the top of the Singapore GP the most times has been Sebastian Vettelwith a total of five wins in 12 editions, followed by Lewis Hamilton with four and Fernando Alonso with two wins, all active.

Marina Bay Circuit Details, Singpaur

Carrera Singapore GP Singapore
Square Marina Bay, Singapore
track name Marina Bay Street Circuit
running distance 61 laps / 308,965 km
direction of travel Counterclockwise
curves 23 (13 left, 10 right)
Starting point of the ‘poleman’ Right
Qualifying lap record 1:36.015 (Lewis Hamilton, 2018)
Race lap record 1:41.905 (Kevin Magnussen, 2018)

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