F1 2022 Calendar | Next season’s program, TV details, races and dates

The Formula 1 season has ended with the most explosive conclusion of a generation, but in the grand scheme of things, the 2022 F1 calendar is not far off.

World champion Max Verstappen will return to the track for the first time to defend his crown, but Mercedes will be re-energized by the arrival of George Russell alongside seven-time champion Lewis Hamilton.

Add these three riders to the mix with all new regulations that will shake up the sport to a degree we haven’t seen in the hybrid age.

The car changes and the drivers’ roundabout will make pre-season testing an even more anticipated event, with a wave of new fans entering the sport throughout 2021.

The 2022 23-race season has been locked in the diary to whet the appetites of F1 fans across the globe with the Miami Grand Prix added to slate for the very first time.

RadioTimes.com has put together the full F1 schedule for 2021, including dates and televised details of upcoming races.

F1 2022 calendar

To be updated throughout the 2022 season.

February 23-25: Pre-season testing in Barcelona

March 10-12: Sakhir pre-season tests

March 20: Bahrain Grand Prix (Sakhir)

March 27: Saudi Arabian Grand Prix (Jeddah)

April 10: Australian Grand Prix (Melbourne)

April 24: Grand Prix of Emilia Romagna (Imola)

May 8: Miami Grand Prix (Miami)

May 22: Spanish Grand Prix (Barcelona)

May 29: Monaco Grand Prix (Monte Carlo)

June 12: Azerbaijani Grand Prix (Baku)

June 19: Canadian Grand Prix (Montreal)

July 3: British Grand Prix (Silverstone)

July 10: Austrian Grand Prix (Spielberg)

July 24: French Grand Prix (Le Castellet)

July 31: Hungarian Grand Prix (Budapest)

August 28: Belgian Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps)

September 4: Dutch Grand Prix (Zandvoort)

September 11: Italian Grand Prix (Monza)

September 25: Russian Grand Prix (Sochi)

October 2: Singapore Grand Prix (Marina Bay)

October 9: Japanese Grand Prix (Suzuka)

October 23: United States Grand Prix (Austin)

October 30: Mexican Grand Prix (Mexico City)

November 13: Brazilian Grand Prix (Interlagos)

November 20: Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Yas Marina)

How to watch F1 on TV and stream live

You can watch every practice, qualifying and race session live on Sky Sports F1.

Sky customers can add individual channels for just £ 18 per month or add the full sports package to their offer for just £ 23 per month. Sky Sports customers can also live stream F1 races through the Sky Go app on a variety of devices.

You can also watch F1 races with a Sky Sports Day Pass for £ 9.99 or one one month pass for £ 33.99, all without signing up to a contract.

NOW can be streamed through computer or apps found on most TVs, phones, and smart consoles. NOW is also available through BT Sport.

If you’re looking for something else to watch, check out our TV guide or visit our Sport hub for all the latest news.

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