2022 British Grand Prix live stream: how to watch F1 online from anywhere, Qualifying
When and where can I watch the Formula 1 British Grand Prix at Silverstone and is it on free TV?
British Grand Prix live stream: how to watch the F1 race at Silverstone for free, Qualifying, rain predicted
Can the 2022 British Grand Prix live up to last weekend's thrilling F1? If the English drizzle carries on, quite possibly. As we head into Qualifying, Perez and Verstappen lead the way ahead of Leclerc - but changeable conditions may lead to surprises. Here's our full guide on how to watch a British Grand Prix live stream online from anywhere, and for FREE in the UK.
Silverstone is revving up for the 2022 British Grand Prix qualifying, and with rain predicted, things could get very interesting for championship leader Max Verstappen and title rival Charles Leclerc. The entire weekend – practice, qualifying, race – is live and free on Channel 4 in the UK. Travelling away from home right now? Follow our guide below to watch a British Grand Prix free live stream from abroad.
The early-season wind has been knocked from Charles Leclerc's sails. The Monegasque has not topped the podium since Australia and it looks dangerously like Ferrari has been bested for another season by the fastest fizzy pop company in the world.
Last year's British Grand Prix was certainly an interesting one. After the first-ever F1 Sprint race, on the opening lap of the GP Hamilton and Verstappen collided, sending Max into the track wall at around 180mph. Hamilton went on to win. With this year's machines though, we somehow expect the outcome to be a little different.
A huge draw of this weekend's proceedings will be that for those in the UK the British GP is being aired live, in full, on Channel 4 for free. So, here's how to watch a British Grand Prix live stream from start to finish and from anywhere in the world, including ways to watch for FREE.
Excitement around the Formula One British Grand Prix has never been higher - with around 400,000 expected at Silverstone over the three-day race weekend and millions more following the coverage on free-to-air TV.
Tickets for race day on Sunday, starting at £239, sold out in record time for a race that organisers say will be the biggest ever.
The action begins on Friday 1 July to Sunday 3 July on Channel 4, which which has the rights to show live coverage of practice, qualifying and the race.
The reigning world champion, Max Verstappen, who drives for Milton Keynes-based Red Bull, is the favourite to win at Silverstone, but the British drivers Lewis Hamilton, George Russell and Lando Norris cannot be ruled out on their home turf.
Red Bull and Ferrari were the cars to beat in the early part of the season, but several teams including Northamptonshire-based Mercedes, Alpine and Aston Martin are expected to bring upgrades to Silverstone which could shake things up.
Lewis Hamilton has eight career victories at the British Grand Prix and will look to add another this weekend, if he can overcome the bouncing that has plagued his Mercedes so far this season.
Off the track, Hamilton spoke out about racism in Formula 1 after three-time world champion Nelson Piquet used racially abusive language about him. Piquet apologised for the incident and said his words had no racist intent.
It looks set to stay largely dry through Sunday with often cloudy skies. The cloud may be thick enough at times to produce the odd spot of light rain or drizzle however it's likely this will not impact Silverstone.hgfcxdt dstdr