Uncategorized

F1 Monaco Grand Prix qualifying – Start time, how to watch, channel – Motorsport.com

Ferrari set the pace in Friday practice ahead of the Monaco GP qualifying, with Charles Leclerc topping the times in both FP1 and FP2.
Red Bull was again Ferrari’s top rival through practice, while McLaren emerged as the third-quickest team courtesy of Lando Norris.
With the streets of Monaco offering limited opportunities for overtaking, qualifying could well end up deciding who will win the most prestigious race on the 2022 F1 calendar.
Qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix will begin at 4pm local time (+2 GMT) at the Circuit de Monaco in Monte Carlo. The three-part session will last approximately one hour, although red flags could lead to delays.
Can’t find your country or region in the list? Check the schedule page for the broadcast times in your local timezone.
Session
GMT
BST
CEST
ET
PT
AEST
JST
IST
FP1
12:00
13:00
14:00
08:00
05:00
22:00
21:00
17:30
FP2
17:00
09:00
00:00¹
FP3
11:00
12:00
13:00
07:00
21:00
16:30
Q
14:00
15:00
16:00
10:00
07:00
23:00
19:30
Race 
13:00
14:00
15:00
09:00
06:00
23:00
22:00
Formula 1 is broadcast live in nearly every country around the world. 
Europe
Americas
Asia
Oceania
Africa
Viewers from selected countries can subscribe to F1 TV to stream qualifying on a device of their choice. Some local broadcasters such as Sky TV (UK) and Movistar (Spain) also offer their own on-demand service. 
Motorsport.com will bring the latest updates from Monaco throughout the weekend, including live commentary during qualifying on Saturday.
Why 2022 could be Leclerc’s best chance to end his Monaco F1 curse
Brown admits to “mechanisms” in Ricciardo’s McLaren F1 contract
2022 F1 French Grand Prix – How to watch, start time & more
F1 French Grand Prix qualifying – Start time, how to watch, channel
How the DTM has come back stronger from its Norisring nadir
Ferrari defends French GP strategy calls despite Sainz radio doubts
Ferrari has defended its strategy calls in Formula 1’s French Grand Prix, despite radio messages appearing to suggest it was confused about what to do.
Ferrari clears up confusion over Leclerc’s throttle message in French GP crash
Ferrari has dismissed suggestions that Charles Leclerc’s crash in Formula 1’s French Grand Prix was related to throttle problems, in the wake of confusion triggered by a radio message.
2022 F1 World Championship standings after the French GP
Max Verstappen extended his lead in the 2022 Formula 1 World Championship after scoring his seventh win of the season in the French Grand Prix.
Verstappen: F1 championship lead ‘bigger than it should be’
Max Verstappen says his Formula 1 championship lead over Charles Leclerc is bigger than it should be given Ferrari’s performance compared to Red Bull so far this season.
Why F1’s chess master isn’t worried by self-doubt
“Chess is a war over the board – the object is to crush the opponent’s mind,” said chess world champion Bobby Fischer. GP Racing’s OLEG KARPOV recently challenged keen player Mick Schumacher to a more light-hearted match, and along the way got Mick to talk about pictures, his famous surname and how he’s coping in his second season in F1
The story of Brabham’s terminal F1 decline
A return to world championship glory with BMW turbo power was the prelude to a catastrophic slump from which Brabham could not escape. In the final instalment of our four-part history of Brabham, DAMIEN SMITH examines the demise of the team after one last hurrah
The familiar Paul Ricard weakness that should worry Ferrari
The Red Bull and Ferrari battle for supremacy takes to Formula 1’s next battleground at the Paul Ricard circuit. Although the Scuderia ended Friday’s running ahead of the French Grand Prix with an advantage in the timesheets, it has a clear weakness – displayed last year – that Red Bull has a chance to exploit…
How Perez ended the curse of Red Bull’s second F1 seat
Being Max Verstappen’s teammate has been the undoing of several drivers, but Sergio Perez has finally made the job his own. Here’s how the Mexican has succeeded where Pierre Gasly and Alex Albon before him stumbled
Why F1 drivers can’t have their cake and eat it over track limits
One of the biggest gripes over track limits in Formula 1 has been consistency, and thus new race director Niels Wittich has chosen to enforce track limits at every corner – with the white line the outer permissible extremity. The drivers aren’t exactly happy with that in practice, but it does afford the uniformity that they desired…
Why a title-less 2022 F1 season won’t stop Hamilton’s legacy from growing
OPINION: Lewis Hamilton appears unlikely to extend his tally of seven Formula 1 world championships in 2022, as Mercedes tries to recover the ground it has lost with its new car. Regardless, his legacy only looks set to be further cemented thanks to his tireless work off-track to help boost a rising star and also make motorsport a better place.
How F1’s new rules really rate halfway through their first season
OPINION: Formula 1 is now exactly halfway through its first season running the new cars championship owner Liberty Media set about introducing after its 2017 purchase. So, how exactly are those major rule changes really working now the evidence has mounted up?
How Red Bull’s gateway F1 car overcame a baked-in disadvantage
The RB5 was the first Red Bull to win a GP but, as Stuart Codling explains, the early success of the car in 2009 was somewhat against the run of form.

source

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

You may also like