F1: where to see and what time is the Canadian Grand Prix

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The Mexican Sergio Czech Perezwinner of the Canadian Grand Prix, had an accident with nine minutes to go in qualifying.

Furthermore, the French charles leclercpenalized, will start from the bottom.

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F1: where to watch the Canadian Grand Prix

The Canadian Grand Prixninth date of the world championship of F1will run this Sunday June 19, from 15 in Argentina.

In Argentina, the actions of the race can be seen by the sign of Fox Sports. In addition, it can be seen online through the platform STAR+from ESPN.

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Max Verstappen will try to  another win at the Canadian Grand Prix  of F1.

Max Verstappen will attempt a new victory at the F1 Canadian Grand Prix.

Canadian Grand Prix: Schedules

  • Argentina: 15 hours
  • Brazil: 15 hours
  • Uruguay: 15 hours
  • Paraguay: 14 hours
  • Chili: 14 hours
  • bolivia: 14 hours
  • Venezuela: 14 hours
  • Peru: 13 hours
  • Ecuador: 13 hours
  • Colombia: 13 hours
  • Mexico: 13 hours

F1 Calendar 2022

  • Bahrain GP (from March 18 to 20) – (Winner: Charles Leclerc)
  • Saudi Arabian GP (from March 25 to 27) (Winner: Max Verstappen)
  • Australian GP (from April 8 to 10) (Winner: Charles Leclerc)
  • Dell’Emilia Romagna GP (Imola) (Winner: Max Verstappen)
  • Miami GP (from May 6 to 8) (Winner: Max Verstappen)
  • Spanish GP (from May 20 to 22) (Winner: Max Verstappen)
  • Monaco GP (Winner: Sergio Czech Perez)
  • Azerbaijan GP (Winner Max Verstappen)
  • Canadian GP (from June 17 to 19)
  • British GP (from 1 to 3 of July)
  • Austrian GP (from July 8 to 10)
  • French GP (from July 22 to 24)
  • Hungarian GP (from July 29 to 31)
  • Belgian GP (from August 26 to 28)
  • Dutch GP (from September 2 to 4)
  • Italian GP (from September 9 to 11)
  • Russian GP (from September 23 to 25)
  • Singapore GP (From September 30 to October 2)
  • Japanese GP (from October 7 to 9)
  • United States GP (Austin) (from October 21 to 23)
  • Mexican GP (from October 28 to 30)
  • Brazilian GP (from November 11 to 13)
  • Abu Dhabi GP (from November 18 to 20)

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