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2022 Australian Grand Prix TV Times

2022 Australian Grand Prix

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2022 Australian Grand Prix: Friday 8 April – Sunday 10 April 2022


FridayAustralian Grand Prix first practice liveSky Sports F104:0005:00
FridayAustralian Grand Prix second practice liveSky Sports F107:0008:00
SaturdayAustralian Grand Prix third practice liveSky Sports F104:0005:00
SaturdayAustralian Grand Prix qualifying liveSky Sports F107:00
SaturdayAustralian Grand Prix qualifying highlightsChannel 411:00
SaturdayFormula E Rome race one liveChannel 4 / Eurosport 213:30
SundayAustralian Grand Prix liveSky Sports F106:00
SaturdayFormula E Rome race two liveEurosport 213:30
SundayAustralian Grand Prix highlightsChannel 415:05
SundayIndyCar Grand Prix of Long Beach liveSky Sports F120:30

USA (Eastern)

DaySessionChannelSession startsSession ends
ThursdayAustralian Grand Prix first practice liveESPN News23:0000:00
FridayAustralian Grand Prix second practice liveESPN202:0003:00
FridayAustralian Grand Prix third practice liveESPN News23:0000:00
SaturdayAustralian Grand Prix qualifying liveESPN202:00
SaturdayFormula E Rome race one liveCBS08:30
SundayAustralian Grand Prix liveESPNn01:00
SundayFormula E Rome race two liveCBS08:30
SundayIndyCar Grand Prix of Long Beach liveNBC15:30

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20 comments on “2022 Australian Grand Prix TV Times”

  1. GMT or BST?

    1. It should be BST, because the offset to CET (summer time) is still 1 hour.

    2. This is BST, as the race start is given as 06.00. GMT is currently not used in the UK.

  2. The best TV times of the year (along with Suzuka)! It’s been three years since the last early morning start. But it’s better when Albert Park is the opening race; hopefully it will be again in 2023.

    1. @f1frog Unlikely next season unless the AusGP occurs on March 5 or even February 26 because Middle Eastern events have to happen before March 23 (Ramadan start), so the 19th is the latest possible Sunday for any early-season Middle Eastern race.

  3. Isn’t there usually a full race replay later in the morning or afternoon on sky for early morning races? Would be useful to include that here if so.

    1. In fact it’s looks like there are 2 full replays on sky sports F1 at 9.30am and 2.25pm on Sunday (both uk time). Both are 120/125 mins long which is about the length of a race.

    2. Ben Rowe (@thegianthogweed)
      4th April 2022, 18:00


      This site has always shown the live only times for sky, and the first broadcast highlights from a free to air channel like channel 4. If it showed the highlights for sky every week, the list would be a bit long.

      1. But I’m not talking about highlights, I’m talking about full race replays, which are only shown for early morning races (uk time), like the Japanese, Chinese or Australian GPs.

        1. Australian F1 Grand Prix “full race” repeats on Sky Sports F1:
          Sun 10th Apr 9:30am
          Sun 10th Apr 2:25pm

          But be advised these will include adverts and have red-flag period/s edited out

          1. Suckers

  4. Is the UK time GMT or BST?

    1. Why would it be GMT? The clocks changed on 27th March, so it will be BST

      1. @nvherman The article previously had these times titled as GMT, but it has since been changed to BST.

        It’s quite common for GMT to be used as “the time in England”, even if it’s incorrect for most of the year.

  5. @keithcollantine
    Channel 4 are showing Formula E Rome race two live, not race one, at 13:30 Sunday. Before the F1 highlights. According to their schedule.

    1. Also race 2 has been tagged as ‘Saturday’ in the table above when I assume it should say ‘Sunday’.

  6. I’m happy about getting a morning race after a while.
    2019 Japanese GP is the most recent Europe morning race, so about time.
    In the last two years, the only morning ones for me were SF races.
    Next season will have four such races in Europe for the first time since 2017, albeit still a minority.

  7. 10pm race on Saturday night here in California, same as next years Las Vegas Grand Prix

  8. playstation361 (@)
    5th April 2022, 8:24

    Nice to see things are getting quicker these days.

  9. @keithcollantine Is there any chance of putting this in the F1 2022 each race like used to happen in previous years? Makes it much easier to check times than having to rummage through the posts to track it down. Thanks!

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