Schedule and where to watch the F-1 French Grand Prix race on TV

Charles Leclerc returned to the path of victory in the past Austrian Grand Prix and wants to pressure Max Verstappen in the Formula 1 World Championship. To do this, he will look for his second consecutive victory, in this case in the Circuit Paul Ricard. So it’s celebrating the 2022 French GP of F-1which is the twelfth round of the World Championship, the premier category of motorsport.

Max Verstappen arrives at this new date of the season as leader of the Formula 1 world championship with 208 pointsbut saw how he could not achieve victory in the Red Bull Ring of Austria, a circuit a priori conducive to being treated “at home”. The Dutchman is now 38 points ahead of the young Monegasque Charles Leclerc, who took their third victory of the season in Austria. Thus, he surpassed his partner Sergio “Checo” Perezwho has 147 points and sits third in the World Cup, after having to leave.

The Spaniard carlos sainz won a historic first victory in Silverstone, in an important step for the national sport. However, in Austria he had to leave. A) Yes, carlos adds 133 points and is 5 behind English george russell. His partner at Mercedes, the seven-time champion Lewis Hamiltonranks sixth in the World Cup with 109 points to his credit.

Fernando Alonso adds 29 points in tenth place in the World Cup, 23 from his teammate in Alpine Team, Sebastian Ocon, ninth with 52 points to his credit. The French driver achieved a superb fifth place in the past the Austrian F-1 GP.

In this twelfth stage of Formula 1, the Great Circus moves on his journey across Europe from Austria to France. There is therefore in this Grand Prix the possibility that Leclerc can be hung on worldsince he is 38 points from Verstappen, who will want to return to the path of victory, supported by his teammate Checo Pérez.

Schedules for the 2022 Formula 1 French GP

Below we detail all the schedules of the testing, classification and race of the 2022 Formula 1 French GP.

friday july 22

Free practice 1: 2 p.m.

Free practice 2: 5 p.m.

Saturday July 23

Free practice 3: 1 p.m.

Classification: 4:00 p.m.

Sunday July 24:

Race, at 3:00 p.m. (53 laps)

Where to watch the 2022 Formula 1 French GP?

During this season you can see F1 and therefore the 2022 French Grand Prix through various options such as DAZN platform or by Movistar Plus. The thematic channel Movistar Plus Formula 1 was renamed DAZN F1 and they are already activated DAZN1 and DAZN2 channels. You can follow all the information live on the event on the Mundo Deportivo website.

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