Schedule and where to see the Canadian GP free practice

After two years of absence from the World Cup -due to the pandemic-, Montreal will host the fifty-seventh edition of a Grand Prize that no one has won more times (7) than the German Michael Schumacher and than Hamilton: who equaled the previous world title record two years ago, still recovering from the serious skiing accident he suffered at the end of 2013 in Méribel, France Alps.

Alonso celebrated in Montreal one of his 32 victories in F1 – the 32 that Spain has had throughout its history in the queen category – in 2006: the year he revalidated his title, with Renault. After an unlucky start to the season, Fernando left Baku relatively happy, having scored points for the third time in the last three races. Still far from the positions he deserves to occupy, Alonso is in eleventh place, with the same points (16) as the Frenchman Pierre Gasly (Alpha Tauri), who, by finishing fifth in Azerbaijan, moved up to tenth place in the general.

Built inside the artificial island of our Ladywho bathes the river San Lorenzo -and that at the Olympic Games in Montreal ’76 hosted, among other things, the canoeing events- the beautiful Canadian track has a length of 4,361 meters and 14 bends; six of them left.

F1 GP Canada 2022 practice schedule

friday june 17

  • Free practice 1: 8:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. (CET)

  • Free practice 2: 11:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. (CET)

Where to watch the Formula 1 Canadian GP

The race can be watched live on DAZN and SPORT. If you have Movistar+, you can also watch Formula 1 on the DAZN F1 channel (dial 58).

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