How to watch the 2022 F1 Australian Grand Prix with F1TV – Crash

We head Down Under for the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix on Sunday – here are the details of how to watch with F1TV.
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Click here to find the plan that suits you. 
Friday April 8 
4am-5am – Practice 1 
7am-8am – Practice 2
Saturday April 9 
4am-5am – Practice 3
7am-8am – Qualifying
Sunday April 10 
6am – F1 Australian Grand Prix
Formula 1 drivers have been served a reminder by the FIA that wearing jewellery during on-track sessions is banned ahead of this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix. 
The ruling was included in the Melbourne event notes that was issued by new FIA race director, Niels Wittich, who is alternating the position with Eduardo Freitas during the 2022 F1 season following Michael Masi’s sacking. 
Appendix L, Chapter III, of Article 5 of the governing body’s International Sporting Code states: “The wearing of jewellery in the form of body piercing or metal neck chains is prohibited during the competition and may therefore be checked before the start.”
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Rather than it being a fresh clampdown, F1 drivers have simply been reminded by the FIA about the ISC’s jewellery ruling, which has been in place since 2005. 
The ban was introduced as a safety precaution in order to reduce the risk drivers face when they need to escape from a car following a crash.
It is understood that the reminder has come after several drivers have been spotted wearing rings and bracelets when in their cars. 
The ruling will not affect the drivers when they are in and around the paddock and any breach is likely to be met with a fine, rather than any kind of sporting penalty.
Seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton regularly wears jewellery – including rings, earrings and neck chains – in the paddock over the course of a race weekend as part of his striking fashion statements. 
Hamilton turned heads when he arrived in the Melbourne paddock on Thursday wearing a bold green outfit from luxury London knitwear brand AGR. 
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