2022 F1 Bahrain Grand Prix schedule & TV Channel availability – bleachers sports news
Formula One will be back to action this week with a season opener, 2022 F1 Bahrain Grand Prix. After two pre-season tests Fans and team are eagerly waiting to see the new pecking order at Bahrain.
After a disaster Turbo hybrid era, F1 entering into the new era of technical regulations in 2022 with a high hopes of seeing closer fight among the teams. But F1 car launch season revealed a different story, all teams came up with a distinguish car design. History showed us that new regulations will always bring some surprises and a clear winner will be at the helm from the first race.
The 5.412km length Bahrain International Circuit set to host the season opener for the second consecutive year during March 18-20 weekend. You can usually expect great racing and decent amounts of overtaking during 57 lap battle in Bahrain, while the drivers have to contend with wind, racing under floodlights and the difficulty of finding a decent set-up with the wide temperature fluctuations between sessions.
The track’s most challenging point is the tight, downhill, off-camber Turn 10 left-hander, while the fast run through Turn 12 is another highlight, allowing the racers to really feel their cars coming alive.
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In 2021, Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton won a nail-biting Bahrain Grand Prix season opener, triumphing over eventual championship winner Max Verstappen in a fantastic duel in the desert that went down to the very last lap of the race, as the second Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas completed the podium.
In the UK, pay-TV broadcaster Sky Sports will show the entire race weekend, from FP1 to the race, on its dedicated Sky Sports F1 channel. While ESPN network will show the entire race weekend in United States.
F1 TV Pro viewers can watch all the live action from Sochi Please check to see if F1 TV Pro is available in your country.
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