Formula 1 race in Hungary today: All information about the GP in Budapest – schedule, TV broadcast, stream, starting grid – sports news on ice hockey, winter sports and more

Formula 1 race in Hungary today: All information about the GP in Budapest – schedule, TV broadcast, stream, starting grid – sports news on ice hockey, winter sports and more


Formula 1 in Hungary today live on TV and as a stream: An amazing driver starts from pole in Budapest. How to watch the race live.

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07/30/2022 | Status: 11:44 pm

of formula 1 starts today in Hungary. And interestingly, George Russell made it to first place on the grid. Where can you watch the Hungarian GP live on TV and as a stream? Does RTL show qualifying and races on free TV? And what is the schedule and starting grid in Budapest? All information here.

Hungarian Grand Prix 2022 live on TV and as a stream: What are the race times and dates?

  • Training 1: Friday, July 29, 2022, from 2 pm
  • Training 2: Friday, July 29, 2022, from 5 pm
  • Training Session 3: Saturday, July 30, 2022, starting at 1 p.m
  • Qualifying: Saturday, July 30, 2022, from 4 pm
  • Race: Sunday, July 31, 2022, starting at 3 p.m

Can I see Formula 1 2022 live today on free TV or as a stream on RTL?

RTL broadcasts four Formula 1 races live on free TV in the current racing calendar, but this weekend’s Hungarian GP is not among them (see Formula 1 2022 live and free on RTL: these are the four dates). Pay TV broadcaster Sky has all rights to the 2022 Formula 1 season and will broadcast the race live for a fee.

To be able to see Formula 1 in Hungary, you need a Sky subscription. All free practice sessions, qualifying and press conferences for drivers and team principals will also be shown on Sky Sport F1. The home team is Sky expert Ralf Schumacher, commentator Sascha Roos and manager Peter Hardenacke.

Are there free alternatives to Sky if I want to watch Formula 1 live on TV or as a stream?

Austrian broadcasters ORF and Servus TV have acquired the broadcasting rights to Formula 1 for three years and are splitting the race.

What makes Sunday’s F1 race so special?

As if out of nowhere, Brit George Russell outwitted the competition in his Silver Arrow on Saturday in Hungary to push Ferrari duo Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc into second and third place. Due to technical problems, the world champion Max Verstappen did not have a place and took only tenth place at the Grand Prix in Budapest.

What roles could Sebastian Vettel and Mick Schumacher play?

Mike Schumacher he guided his Haas racing car to 15th place in the time trial. It was worse for Sebastian Vettel, who only managed 18th place in an Aston Martin. Vettel, who announced the end of his career after the season on Thursday, still has mixed memories of Budapest. Last year, the Hessian managed to finish second behind overall winner Esteban Ocon in Alpine, but was dropped after the Grand Prix because there was not enough fuel in the tank at the end. After eleventh place in the last race at Le Castellet, the 35-year-old also wants to score in the Aston Martin.

What is the starting grid for Hungarian Doctor in Budapest?

Starting grid for the Hungarian race after qualifying on Saturday afternoon:

  • Row 1: 1. George Russell (Great Britain) – Williams 1: 17.377 min.; 2. Carlos Sainz Jr (Spain) – Ferrari
  • Row 2: 3rd Charles Leclerc (Monaco) – Ferrari; 4. Lando Norris (England) – McLaren;
  • Row 3: 5 Esteban Ocon (France) – Alpine; 6. Fernando Alonso (Spain) – Alpine;
  • 4th starting row: 7th Lewis Hamilton (UK) – Mercedes; 8. Valtteri Bottas (Finland) – Alfa Romeo;
  • Row 5: 9th Daniel Ricciardo (Australia) – McLaren; 10. Max Verstappen (Netherlands) – Red Bull;
  • Row 6: 11. Sergio Perez (Mexico) – Red Bull; 12. Zhou Guanyu (China) – Alfa Romeo;
  • Row 7: 13 Kevin Magnussen (Denmark) – Haas; 14. Lance Stroll (Canada) – Aston Martin;
  • Row 8: Mick Schumacher 15th (Gland/Switzerland) – Haas; 16. Yuki Tsunoda (Japan) – Alpha Tauri;
  • Row 9: 17th Alexander Albon (Thailand) – Williams; 18. Sebastian Vettel (Heppenheim) – Aston Martin;
  • Row 10: Pierre Gasly 19th (France) – Alpha Tauri; 20. Nicholas Latifi (Canada) – Williams

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Formula 1 in Hungary: Information about the Budapest track

  • Song: Hungaroring
  • Length: 4,381 km
  • Round: 70
  • Round: 14
  • First Doctor: 1986

Formula 1 race calendar: when is the next race?

After the Hungarian race there is a break. It then continues on 28 August 2022 with the F1 GP Belgium/Spa-Francorchamps.