How to watch Formula 1 on TV and in streaming? – US Sports – US Sports –

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Formula 1 is a particularly popular motor sport around the world. Each race is the scene of spectacular actions, sumptuous victories and twists of all kinds. A season in Formula 1 takes the form of several Grand Prix contested in the four corners of the world, from Australia to Brazil, via Azerbaijan, France and Saudi Arabia.
As a general rule and unless cancelled, the calendar in F1 consists of 23 Grands Prix, each preceded by free practice sessions and qualifying races. Currently, here are the teams participating in the Formula 1 World Championship:
Every Grand Prix race is an opportunity for drivers to show off their driving skills. Depending on the classification at the finish, the first 10 pilots receive points which will determine their general classification of pilots.
At the end of the season, the Formula 1 driver with the most points is crowned Formula 1 World Champion. For constructors, points for the Constructors’ Championship are calculated by adding the points scored by the two drivers. for each stable.
Like the drivers, the manufacturer with the most points at the end of the season is crowned the title of Best Manufacturer in F1.
The official Formula 1 calendar for the 2023 season will only be communicated in October 2022.
Currently, the teams and the drivers are starting half of the 2022 season, with the meeting of August: the Belgian Grand Prix. Free practice will take place from August 26 at 3 p.m., and will end the next day at 2 p.m. The qualifying sessions will then follow to establish the starting grid for this 2022 Belgian Grand Prix.
The race will be launched on August 28 at 4 p.m. The month of September will host 2 Formula 1 Grands Prix. The first will take place on September 4, and will take place in the Netherlands. The second Grand Prix of the month of September is scheduled for September 11, and will be organized in Italy. The teams as well as the drivers will have a much busier program for the following month.
Indeed, from September 30, 2022, manufacturers and their drivers will head to Singapore for the rest of the season, with a race scheduled for October 2 at 2 p.m. A week later, it will be Japan’s turn to welcome the Formula 1 players. Free practice will begin on October 7, while the start of the race will be scheduled for October 9 at 7 a.m.
From October 21 to 23, 2022, Formula 1 enthusiasts will meet in North America for the United States Grand Prix. The teams’ American tour will then go to Mexico, from October 28 to 30. Then, from November 11 to 13, still in America, Brazil will be the scene of the penultimate Grand Prix of the 2022 season. Abu Dhabi prices. This last Grand Prix of the calendar will take place from November 18 to 20, 2022, with an announced departure at 2 p.m.
In France, the live broadcast of each Formula 1 season is currently provided by the CANAL+ group. On Wednesday April 6, the CANAL+ group announced the conclusion of an agreement between the group and the FIA ​​on the TV rights for Formula 1 in France. This agreement stipulates that the group CANAL+ will be the exclusive broadcaster of the Formula 1 Grands Prix until 2029.
In addition, the group acquires at the same time the rights to broadcast the F1 Grands Prix in 25 African countries, thus making the group the world’s leading broadcaster of Formula 1. Formula 1 lovers will therefore be able to follow for each season the entirety of each Grand Prix: free practice, qualifying session, race.
If you want to experience the rest of the 2022 Formula 1 season in front of your television screen, stay on the CANAL+ channels. Broadcasting and rebroadcasting of free practice, qualifying sessions and races will be broadcast on CANAL+: CANAL+, CANAL+ Sports, CANAL+ Sports 360. This last channel will be active from August 31, 2022, and replaces the CANAL+ Décalé channel. Here are the channels on which you will find the CANAL+ channels depending on your TV access provider:
To not miss anything from the next Formula 1 seasons, subscribe now to CANAL+. The Canal group’s basic package includes the CANAL+ channel and the new CANAL+ Sport 360 channel. This basic package is accessible for 20.99€ per month with 24 months of commitment.
If you want to live a much more complete sporting experience while enjoying the best of F1, opt for the CANAL+ Sport package. This bouquet is offered at 45.99€ per month without commitment, or at €34.99 per month for 12 months for a 24-month commitment. Once the subscription is activated, you will be able to benefit from all the sports channels of the Canal group, but also from the 10 beIN Sports channels. Subscription to the basic CANAL+ package is done directly from the official CANAL+ website.
As for the Canal+ Sport package, you have the option of activating it from your Customer Area with your TV access provider. In the « Subscription » tab, open the « Options » section, then select the CANAL+ Sport package. Follow the subscription steps, and complete the operation by validating the subscription via payment.
You can also follow the progress of each season and each Formula 1 Grand Prix on all your screens (smartphone, tablet, console, etc.), anywhere and anytime thanks to streaming. The first streaming solution is to follow Formula 1 by subscribing to myCanalthe CANAL+ group’s streaming service.
This service is included in your CANAL+ subscription at €20.99 per month with commitment/€24.99 per month without commitment. The second solution is to subscribe to the F1 TV streaming site which offers a complete experience for each Formula 1 Grand Prix.
To live a 100% Formula 1 experience on all your screens, subscribe to F1 TV, the official F1 broadcasting platform. Two subscriptions are offered to F1 enthusiasts:
Subscribing to F1 TV allows you to experience the F1, F2, F3 and Porsche Supercup Grands Prix and events.
Find the biggest F1 teams during the next seasons on CANAL + antennas or on the official F1 TV platform.
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