F1 Bahrain Grand Prix live streaming 2022
The Bahrain Grand Prix will take place this Sunday, March 20, and will mark the start of the Formula 1 Calendar in 2022, we tell you how to watch it online without cable.
The #BahrainGP will be the first of the current #F1 season, after this race, there will be 22 more competitions to determine the winning driver and team of Formula 1 in 2022.
F1's 2022 campaign opens on the weekend of March 18-20 with the Bahrain Grand Prix and ends in November with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. In total there are 23 Grand Prix and you can watch the trailer at this link.
The new season has several changes and some new features such as car designs based on the new regulations to improve the spectacle of racing, and the debut of the Miami Grand Prix in May.
The 2021 competition will be remembered for the denouement that saw Red Bull's Max Verstappen, take the championship from Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton, on the final lap of the final race to become the fourth-youngest driver to win an F1 title. In addition, 2021 was historic for the rise of Mexican Sergio "Checo" Pérez, who became the second Mexican to win a GP and the first to reach the podium at the Mexican Grand Prix.
In the new season 2022, Checo Pérez will try to improve what he did last season. The driver from Jalisco says that his goal is to be a world champion and help Red Bull win the Constructors' World Championship.
How to watch F1 Bahrain Grand Prix live stream 2022?
There are several options to watch the Bahrain GP and the 20221 Formula 1 season live online without cable. You can follow the broadcast on the official F1 channel on YouTube at this link.
The Bahrain GP will take place this Sunday, March 20, and you can watch it live on Fox Sports 3, as well as on the official Formula 1 application (F1TV). You can also see it through ESPN Deportes, which you can access at this link.
As of now, the network has only solidified the exact channel lineup for the first two races of the season, both of which air on ESPN.
Watch F1 Online (Without Cable)
Here are some of the best ways to catch the entire race weekend without cable.
- YouTube TV (Carries ABC, ESPN, ESPN 2, ESPNews)
- Hulu Plus Live TV (Carries ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNews)
- Sling TV Orange (Carries ESPN, ESPN2)
- FuboTV (Carries ABC, ESPN, ESPN2)
- DirecTV Stream (Carries ABC, ESPN, ESPN 2)
- F1 TV Pro (Livestreams all F1, F2, F3, and Porsche Supercup races)
F1 2022-2023 Schedule
|March 20||Bahrain GP||11:00 am ET|
|March 27||Saudi Arabian GP||1:00 pm ET|
|April 10||Australian GP||1:00 am ET|
|April 24||Romagna GP||9:00 am ET|
|May 8||Miami GP||3:30 pm ET|
|May 22||Spanish GP||9:00 am ET|
|May 29||Monaco GP||9:00 am ET|
|June 12||Azerbaijan GP||7:00 am ET|
|June 19||Canadian GP||2:00 pm ET|
|July 3||British GP||10:00 am ET|
|July 10||Austrian GP||9:00 am ET|
|July 24||French GP||9:00 am ET|
|July 31||Hungarian GP||9:00 am ET|
|Aug. 28||Belgian GP||9:00 am ET|
|Sept. 4||Dutch GP||9:00 am ET|
|Sept. 11||Italian GP||9:00 am ET|
|Oct. 2||Singapore GP||8:00 am ET|
|Oct. 9||Japanese GP||1:00 am ET|
|Oct. 23||United States GP||3:00 pm ET|
|Oct. 30||Mexican GP||4:00 pm ET|
|Nov. 13||Brazilian GP||1:00 pm ET|
|Nov. 20||Abu Dhabi GP||8:00 am ET|