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2022 Japanese Grand Prix TV Times

2022 Japanese Grand Prix

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Max Verstappen can clinch the world championship this weekend’s race, depending on where he, Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez finish.

Here’s how to watch the 2022 Japanese Grand Prix live in the UK and USA:

2022 Japanese Grand Prix: Friday 7 October – Sunday 9 October 2022


DaySessionChannelSession startsSession ends
FridayJapanese Grand Prix first practice liveSky Sports F104:0005:00
FridayJapanese Grand Prix second practice liveSky Sports F107:0008:00
SaturdayJapanese Grand Prix third practice liveSky Sports F104:0005:00
SaturdayJapanese Grand Prix qualifying liveSky Sports F107:00
SundayJapanese Grand Prix liveSky Sports F106:00
SundayJapanese Grand Prix highlightsChannel 412:30

USA (Eastern)

DaySessionChannelSession startsSession ends
ThursdayJapanese Grand Prix first practice liveESPNEWS23:0003:00
FridayJapanese Grand Prix second practice liveESPN202:0003:00
FridayJapanese Grand Prix third practice liveESPNEWS23:00
SaturdayJapanese Grand Prix qualifying liveESPN202:00
SundayJapanese Grand Prix liveESPN201:00

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More races this weekend

8/10/2022: British F4 round 28: Brands Hatch
8/10/2022: F4 USA round 13: Virginia
8/10/2022: F4 USA round 14: Virginia
8/10/2022: Formula Regional Americas round 13: Virginia
8/10/2022: Formula Regional Americas round 14: Virginia
8/10/2022: Italian F4 round 16: Monza
9/10/2022: British F4 round 29: Brands Hatch
9/10/2022: British F4 round 30: Brands Hatch
9/10/2022: F4 USA round 15: Virginia
9/10/2022: Formula Regional Americas round 15: Virginia
9/10/2022: Italian F4 round 17: Monza
9/10/2022: Italian F4 round 18: Monza

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6 comments on “2022 Japanese Grand Prix TV Times”

  1. Why are there no Channel 4 times for the U.K. These are usually included.

    1. Hi @phil-f1-21 – just had a quick look at the channel guide on my TV and the times don’t seem to be available for any of Channel 4, E4 etc at the moment – could be why, or it could be just my TV

    2. According to
      Sat: 10:50am Qualifying
      Sun: 12:30pm Highlights

      1. These are the same times when looking at

        Both Sky’s and Channel 4’s race highlights shows start at 1230 🤔

  2. Good thing the people responsible for session timings came to their senses & brought QLF forward by an hour (back to the usual) from the initial times published back in February (& consequently FP3 forward to keep the 2-hour gap).
    1h28min before sunset would be unnecessarily risky, so 2h28min is far better.
    Likewise, Friday sessions have been brought forward from the February release, so FP2 ends 60-min before sunset rather than 30-min before.
    BTW, the FP2 ending is half past rather than on the hour following the 30min increase for Japanese & US GP FP2s.
    Ultimately, I’m happy another morning-hours-for-Europe GP has arrived.

  3. Shame that the GP clashes with the final hours of Bathurst 1000. Going to have to multitask or watch the GP on a few hour delay.

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