Formula 1 live today: broadcast – training, qualifying, races in Spain

Formula 1 live today: broadcast – training, qualifying, races in Spain
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Barcelona/Munich – Formula 1 is back in Europe. The Spanish Grand Prix has been held north of Barcelona since 1991. The 66-lap course was given a slightly different course last year. However, drivers should be very familiar with the track. After all, pre-season testing takes place annually at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.

In terms of sport, important points are at stake in the sixth race of the season. Red Bull around world champion Max Verstappen wants to close the gap to Ferrari around world championship leader Charles Leclerc after the victory in Miami. ran has all the information about the Barcelona Grand Prix ready.

Where is the race and what does the route look like?

The race takes place at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. The track offers a good combination of fast, medium-fast and slow corners. The circuit is also notorious for the fact that conditions can change constantly over the course of the weekend.

As with street circuits, a good position in qualifying in Barcelona is important due to the few overtaking opportunities. In seven of the last ten cases, the driver who also secured pole position won the race.

The 4.675 km long track offers a total of 16 corners and two DRS zones.

When do the free training sessions take place?

Free practice 3: Saturday, May 21st – 1:00 p.m. German time – TO THE LIVETICKER

When does qualifying and the race take place?

Qualifying follows the third practice session at 4 p.m. The race finally starts on Sunday at 3 p.m.

  • Qualifying: Saturday, May 21 – 4:00 p.m. German time – TO THE LIVETICKER
  • Race: Sunday, May 22 – 3:00 p.m. German time – TO THE LIVETICKER

Formula 1 in Barcelona: where will the race be broadcast?

The Barcelona Grand Prix cannot be seen on free TV. Instead, all sessions can be seen on pay-TV broadcaster Sky on TV and in the paid live stream.

All sessions can also be followed in the live ticker on

What are the specifics?

In Barcelona, ​​maximum speeds (without DRS) of around 310 km/h and average speeds of 200 km/h can be expected.

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has done particularly well on the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in recent years. The former world champion has won all of the last five races in Spain and has six wins in total at the Spanish Grand Prix. Whether he can continue his winning streak in the 2022 race (from 3:00 p.m. in the live ticker on is unlikely. Hamilton is currently only sixth in the driver standings with 36 points.

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