Join us to follow the 2022 Singapore Grand Prix first practice session on RaceFans Live. RaceFans Live combines updates from the teams and drivers in real-time via Twitter with comments from RaceFans readers and more. Launch RaceFans Live: 2022 Singapore Grand Prix first practice Watch F1 live in the USA and other regions on F1 TV RaceFans readers in the USA, Mexico, France, Belgium and many other countries can watch all sessions live on F1 TV Pro . As well as access to the live world feed you can watch onboard cameras and hear live team radio from all 20 drivers. And when you buy using the link below you also make a contribution to RaceFans! Find out more and sign up here: Subscribe to watch all F1 sessions live on F1 TV Pro 2022 Singapore Grand Prix Live: 2022 Singapore Grand Prix first practice Winning races, not beating Mercedes to second place, is Ferrari’s priority – Sainz Verstappen “on top of his game” say rivals as he closes on second … [Read more...] about Live: 2022 Singapore Grand Prix first practice · RaceFans
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A frantic five weeks of racing ahead with the Singapore Grand Prix next on the schedule, and you can keep your finger on the pulse by watching on F1 TV Pro*. After another chance to recharge the batteries following the Italian Grand Prix, Formula 1 is back at full speed with race weekends to come in the next five weeks, starting with a long overdue return to the much-beloved Marina Bay circuit With F1 TV Pro, you’ll have absolutely everything you need as we find out whether Max Verstappen clinch the World Championship title for the second consecutive year. Put yourself at the heart of the Italian Grand Prix action with F1 TV Pro. Click here to sign up! The final countdown Max Verstappen is surging towards his second World Championship crown but, as the old saying goes, it ain’t over until the fat lady sings. Title race aside, it will still be a stunning spectacle regardless watching Verstappen face off against Ferrari under the night lights in Singapore. … [Read more...] about Watch all the live action from the Singapore Grand Prix with F1 TV Pro!
Sky Sports has extended its exclusive deal to broadcast live coverage of Formula 1, F2 and FIA F3 in the United Kingdom. Advert | Become a Supporter & go ad-free The pay subscription broadcast provider has held rights to F1 since 2012 and became the exclusive live broadcaster in 2019. Its current deal runs until 2024. Sky Sports F1 is currently the only channel with rights to live F1 coverage in the UK, apart from the British Grand Prix, which it shares with Channel 4. The free-to-air broadcaster will continue to show that race live plus highlights of the others. Sky have also extended their exclusive broadcast rights in Germany and Italy, running until the end of the 2027 season. Those nations’ home race’ will also be shown live on a free-to-air station. The broadcaster promises more multi-screen options to allow viewers to follow the live racing, including driver trackers and onboard cameras. Formula 2, F3 and Porsche Supercup races will remain exclusive to … [Read more...] about Sky extends deal to broadcast F1 live in UK until 2029 · RaceFans
Listen to this article Red Bull Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB18 Photo by: Alessio Morgese Even before Red Bull streaked well clear of Ferrari in the 2022 constructors’ championship, it had both drivers signed up for next season. Stability is the name of the game as an uber-long deal to retain Max Verstappen means he will again lead the outfit over compliant team-mate Sergio Perez . Confirmed 2023 drivers Driver 1 : Max Verstappen – Red Bull has the reigning world champion under lock and key, with Verstappen contractually committed to the team until 2028 after signing a five-year extension earlier this season. The deal could net the driver up to €50million a year. Driver 2 : Sergio Perez – After winning this season’s Monaco Grand Prix, the Mexican let slip on his way to the podium that he’d just inked a new deal. Days later, it was announced that Perez had signed on until 2024. But he will need to address his late-campaign slump in form. … [Read more...] about 2023 Formula 1 driver market: Which drivers are going where?
Two Formula 1 teams are believed to have exceeded the sport’s budget cap in the first year it was introduced, according to reports in German and Italian media. Advert | Become a Supporter & go ad-free Red Bull, who took Max Verstappen to the world championship last year, is one of the teams which may have overspent, according to reports in La Gazzetta dello Sport and Auto Motor und Sport . F1 introduced its budget cap last season. Teams were required to keep their spending below $145 million, excluding some items such as the salaries of its drivers and top management. Any team which exceeded the spending limit stood to gain an advantage over its rivals as the additional funds could allow them to employ more staff, conduct more testing or produce more parts. Red Bull were involved in a year-long fight with Mercedes for the championship. Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton arrived at the final race tied on points. While Verstappen narrowly won the drivers’ … [Read more...] about Red Bull may have broken spending limit in Verstappen’s title-winning 2021 season – reports · RaceFans
Lando Norris is thankful for the opportunity he has in Formula 1 with McLaren, although he does feel frustration as the front-runners elude him. When people discuss the drivers they believe will become the stars of Formula 1 in the coming years, Norris often is a name thrown into the mix alongside Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc and George Russell. But of all those drivers, Norris is the one who understandably feels a little left out. Verstappen is on his way to a second World Championship, with Leclerc his closest challenger, while Russell is now driving for Mercedes, a team that despite having failed to challenge for a ninth Constructors’ title in succession this year, are nonetheless well placed to bounce back. Russell secured his first pole position at the Hungarian Grand Prix and has made the podium seven times so far in 2022. Norris, meanwhile, finds himself in a McLaren which remains a midfield car, albeit fighting with Alpine to finish at the head of that pack … [Read more...] about Lando Norris frustrated having to bide time to fight at the front
Several of Max Verstappen’s rivals have praised his performances this year as he arrives in Singapore able to clinch his second world championship with five races still to run. Advert | Become a Supporter & go ad-free With little chance Charles Leclerc or Sergio Perez will overturn Verstappen’s lead of well over 100 points, several of his rivals offered praise for the job he’s done in making the championship a foregone conclusion. Verstappen has won the last five races in a row, though he only started one of them from pole position. Other victories came from seventh ( Monza ), 10th (Hungaroring) and 14th (Spa). “It’s a very impressive season,” said Esteban Ocon . “Especially I think the way when Max was starting in the back and just flying through the field, I think this has been quite impressive in terms of just like first lap, knowing where to place the car. The season did not begin well for Verstappen. Two retirements in the first three races left … [Read more...] about Verstappen “on top of his game” say rivals as he closes on second title · RaceFans