2022 Saudi Arabian Formula 1 Grand Prix Live Stream: How To Watch Whole F1 Weekend Coverage Via Official Sources

Saudi Arabian GP is coming this weekend. Drivers are ready to secure the lead position. Here’s a complete guide on How to watch the Saudi Arabian F1 GP Live Stream.

Complete Guide on How to watch Saudi Arabian F1 GP Live Stream

There are several ways you can watch the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix live online via official sources. You can access official coverage of f1 from a different country than yourself by using VPN.

You might want to do it because for example SkySports coverage of F1 is the best or you trying to look for a cheaper/free way to watch F1 but via official sources. We explain how you can do that rather easily.

1). SkySports F1 Live Stream covers the Race for UK fans

  • Price: £22 per month
  • Online Streams: Available via SkySports website, NowTV and Sky streaming app for UK customers only.
  • Coverage Details: The best F1 coverage in the world is produced by SkySports and many international networks Broadcasting Formula 1 actually use SkySports coverage. Every grand prix live from Friday to Sunday with pre-race and post race shows.

In the United Kingdom Formula, 1 is only broadcast live on Sky Sports, with highlights shown on Channel 4 several hours after the race has finished. Live streaming through Now is also available in the UK. SkySports is only available for UK viewers so to sign up for a Sky account you might need to provide a postal address or UK debit/credit card

2). RTBF has Free-To-Air coverage in Belgium, Canada

  • Price: Free
  • Online Streams: RTBF Online portal
  • Coverage details: RTBF Belgium TV network have F1 rights for Saudi Arabian Grand Prix in Belgium. Coverage will be in French and will cover, Friday practice, Saturday qualifying and the Sunday’s race.

How it works

You can unblock geo-blocked content by using a VPN service. And watch F1 streams from anywhere in the world.

  1. Buy an VPN account
    Buy VPN account from one of the top rated providers. We recommend expressVPN which is the best fit for sports streaming.
  2. Download the VPN app
    Once you buy the VPN account, download their official app on the device you want to watch F1 streaming. PC/Mobile/Consoles or any other supported device.
  3. Connect to the Belgium Server via VPN app
    Once app is download, open the app and connect to Belgium server.
  4. Watch Behrain Grand Prix Live
    Once connected to Belgium server. visit RTBF website via your normal browser. click on streaming. Sit back and enjoy Lewis Hamilton winning his title back this season.

3). How To watch the race in USA

  • Price: $10+ per month
  • Online Streams: ABC, ESPN, and ESPN 2 and available on both ESPN website & Mobile app
  • Coverage Details: ESPN+ has exclusive rights of all Formula 1 2022 season and they will be showing number of race on ESPN, some on ABC. But every grand prix will have live coverage on their official website stream.

3). Official F1 TV Pro Streams

  • Price: Varies Country to Country
  • Online Streams: official F1 TV Pro
  • Coverage details: it will not telecast the match in countries where local broadcasting networks has the coverage rights. It will be available worldwide. Prices for a season pass varies country to country.
  • If you are outside of your home country, you can always stream F1 Pro TV using VPN.

How To Watch Highlights of Saudia Arabian Grand Prix 2022?

  • Channel: Channel 4
  • Start time: Saturday qualifying – 8:30pm GMT, Sunday race – 10:30pm BST

Channel 4 has the right to show Saudi Arabian GP highlights of qualifying on Saturday and the race on Sunday. Channel4 has extensive delayed coverage and has rights to telecast Highlights in the UK. It is a free-to-air Channel. However, Channel4 only air in the UK so if you were to access Channel4 coverage outside the UK, you would need a VPN.

If you’re unable to get to a TV or record broadcasts, you can watch them later on Sky Go and on All 4 – the app for Channel 4. You can also catch up with much shorter highlights on the official Formula 1 YouTube channel.

Bahrain Race Preview

Ferrari dominated the first race of the new generation of F1 cars. Charles Leclerc Won the race ahead of his teammate Carlos Sainz Jr, who finished 2nd. Red Bull driver and Defending champion Max Verstappen had to retire due to mechanical issues in the car.

That allows Mercedes Lewis Hamilton and George Russell to finished 3rd and 4th. Haas enjoyed a heroic comeback in Bahrain with returnee Kevin Magnussen securing the fifth place, but further back it was a nightmare opening round for McLaren, Aston Martin, and Williams.

Saudi Arabian F1 Grand Prix Time

Timings for the race are below and are in GMT, not Bahrain local time.

  • Circuit: International Circuit in Jadah
  • Date: Sunday 27th March 2022
  • Race start time: 5pm GMT
  • Race highlights: 6pm GMT Channel4

The driver will cover 57 laps of the 5.4 KM circuit in the International Circuit in Sakhir. The race coverage starts on 18th March with practice sessions followed by a qualifying round on Saturday and the big race on Sunday.

Practice, qualifying & race times for the Saudi Arabian F1 GP

All times are in GMT

  • Practice 1: Friday 25th March on Sky Sports F1,  2:00pm-3:00pm GMT (5:00pm-6:00pm local)
  • Second Practice: Friday 25 March on Sky Sports F1, 5:00pm-6:00pm GMT (8:00pm-9:00pm local)
  • Practice 3: Saturday 26th March on Sky Sports F1,  2:00pm-3:00pm GMT (5:00pm-6:00pm local)
  • Qualifying: Saturday 26th March on Sky Sports F1, 5:00pm-6:00pm GMT (8:00pm-9:00pm local)
  • Race: Sunday 27th March. Race begins at 5 pm on Sky Sports F1 (8:00pm local)


Complete Guide To watch Formula One click on How To Stream Formula 1 2022 Race Live Online Free Via Official Sources.

The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix will be shown live on TV on the following outlets in other key markets:

  • United States: ESPN
  • Canada: RDS (French), TSN (English)
  • Australia: Fox Sports
  • France: Canal+
  • Italy: Sky Sport F1
  • Germany: Sky Sport F1
  • Spain: DAZN
  • Netherlands: Viaplay
  • Brazil: Band
  • Japan: DAZN

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