F1 live stream: How to watch Spanish Grand Prix today

The 2022 Spanish Grand Prix gets underway live from the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya this weekend. Will anyone have the pace to join the Max Verstappen vs Charles Leclerc battle? The race is on Sky in the UK, on ESPN in the US and free-to-air on TV in a few other places. Away from home at the moment? Follow our guide below to watch a Spanish Grand Prix free live stream from abroad with the help of a VPN.

 
 

Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc set the pace in Second Practice, ahead of the Mercedes of George Russell and Lewis Hamilton.Red Bull’s Max Verstappen could only manage fifth fastest, 0.336 seconds off the pace. Final Practice is at 12pm on Saturday, before Qualifying at 3pm. Then it’s lights out of the 2022 Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix at 2pm on Sunday.

 
 

Last week, Red Bull’s Max Verstappen took a well-earned victory over Ferrari driver and title rival Charles Leclerc. The Flying Dutchman goes into this weekend’s Spanish GP just 19 points off Leclerc’s lead in the driver’s championship. Will he continue his march to the top in Barcelona?

 
 

The 2022 Spanish Grand Prix takes place over 66 laps of the 4.675-kilometre Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. With a mix of fast, sweeping corners and tight right-handers, tyre wear is sure to be an issue – especially with the weather in Barcelona predicted to hit a blistering 29°C.

 
 

After a week break, F1 returns to action back in Europe for the Spanish GP.

 
 

Charles Leclerc leads the F1 drivers’ standings by 19 points from Max Verstappen following the Dutch driver’s Miami GP victory last time out, as Ferrari heads the teams’ standings by just six points from Red Bull.

 
 

An extensive range of upgrades have been delivered by almost every F1 team, which could shake-up the pecking order as teams push on with the development of the new cars.

 
 

Opening practice for the Spanish GP gets underway at 1.00pm BST (2.00pm local time), followed by second practice which starts at 4.00pm BST (5.00pm local time).

 
 

Austrian fans can watch a free live stream of the Spanish Grand Prix (use a VPN to access the free stream if you’re an Austrian overseas this week). We’ve listed all the ways to watch F1 in HD from your TV, tablet and mobile below.

 
 

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Lucky enough to live in Luxembourg? You can get a free F1 live stream on RTL Zwee.

 
 

You’ll need to use a VPN to access your local F1 stream while traveling abroad. We recommend ExpressVPN as it comes with a risk-free 30-day money-back guarantee.