The Bahrain GP is set to get underway, kicking off a new action-packed season to Formula 1 fans. Check out the details below and don’t miss a minute of every practice session, qualifying session and feature race.
What time is the F1 Bahrain GP?
The first and second Practice sessions will take place on Friday, March 18th, from 11pm.
Qualifying will get underway Sunday, March 20th from at 2am. The official Bahrain GP race will start on Monday, March 21st at 2am (Sydney time).
All the action is available to watch via Fox Sports (Foxtel and Kayo Sports)
How to watch Formula 1 Bahrain GP
As the championship chase officially opens, Formula One fans are constantly searching for ways to watch the action from the curtain-raiser in Bahrain to the finale in Abu Dhabi.
The 2022 Formula One Grand Prix season is expected to bring all of the teams closer together as a result of a slew of new regulation changes, and there are more live streaming possibilities than ever before.
F1 fans in Australia will be able to watch live Formula 1 on Fox Sports (Foxtel/Kayo) according to the current broadcasting arrangement.
The much-awaited Bahrain Grand Prix is the first race on the Formula One schedule, and it is expected to be another huge battle between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton.
Bahrain GP TV Channel and Live Stream
Fox Sports 506 will broadcast all 23 Formula One races this year, with Foxtel and Kayo providing a choice of streaming options for Australian viewers. This includes Foxtel Now, the online streaming platform, and Kayo Sports, their sister sports streaming service.
Foxtel and Kayo Sports will broadcast all 23 Formula One Grand Prix weekends LIVE, with every championship race accessible in HD and without ad breaks during action.
In other words, every practice, qualifying session, and championship Grand Prix race will be broadcasted live, starting with the opener in Bahrain and closer in Abu Dhabi, with the opportunity to watch on a huge range of compatible devices.