(LIVE STREAM) Canadian Grand Prix 2022 Live online Broadcast 18 Jun 2022
F1 has arrived in Montreal for the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix. And with Max Verstappen 21 points ahead of championship rival Charles Leclerc, who faces a 10-place grid penalty, the pressure's firmly on Ferrari to perform. The race weekend is on Sky in the UK, ESPN in the US and free-to-air on TV in a few other places. Travelling at the moment?
Max Verstappen went quickest in both of Friday's practice sessions. Final Practice is today at 6pm, followed by Qualifying at 9pm. Then it's lights out for the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix at 7pm on Sunday.
Last week in Baku, Red Bull's Sergio Perez lost out to eventual winner Max Verstappen, while Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, who started on pole, was forced to retire on lap 21 with a blown engine.
"It feels bad, it hurts," Leclerc said, adding: "It is more than significant. I don't really have the words. It is just a huge disappointment and I hope we can jump back from it and be on top of those things."
With an engine penalty now likely, Leclerc will need to redeem himself in Montreal if he's to catch Verstappen. Elsewhere, Lewis Hamilton has confirmed he will race the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix after being left in agony last week by his bouncing Mercedes (something the FIA is now looking into).
The 2022 Canadian Grand Prix takes place over 70 laps of the 4.361-kilometre Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve. The weather in Montreal this weekend is expected to sunny with scattered showers.
Austrian fans can watch the 2022 Canadian Grand Prix for free, but will need to use VPN to access the live stream(opens in new tab) if they're abroad this week. Below you'll find all the ways to watch a Canadian Grand Prix live stream wherever you are in the world.