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Free Training Hours 17 June, TV, Streaming, Sky Program and TV8 – OA Sport

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Today, Friday, June 17, the 2022 F1 World Championship weekend begins. On the way to Montreal (Canada) we will begin to look for the best setting to get the best ideas possible and get ready for tomorrow’s qualifying round and Sunday race.

Live F1 Free Training at 20.00 and 23.00.

We are presented with the most favorable classification scenario for Red Bull this weekend. The Milton Keynes team is leading in two rankings: the Dutch Max Verstappen He is 150 points ahead of his teammates, Sergio Perez21 length and Ferrari driver Charles Lecklerk At 34; In the rankings assigned to brands, the Anglo-Austrian team is 80 points ahead of Maranello.

Redhead in trouble after reliability issues in Baku (Azerbaijan), Led to the retirement of Leclerc and Spanish player Carlos Sains. For this reason, accepting the fourth turbo of the Monaco season could result in a penalty on stage for what happened in the Azerbaijan round, which would initially translate into 10 penalty levels.

F1, Ferrari wants to open the fourth turbo in Montreal: Leclerc with 10 penalty points on the grid!

Immediately Today’s show and how to follow it on TV / streaming:

Canada GB 2022 F1 Project

Friday 17 June (Italian timetable)

20.00-21.00, F1, Free Training1
23.00-24.00, F1, Free Training 2

CANADA F1 2022 GP Program on TV

Pay TV – The Canadian GP weekend will be broadcast live on Sky Sport F1 (207). As of today, only FP2 will be broadcast on Sky Sport Uno (201), while Sky Sport 4K (213) will be completed with Free Training 1 and Free Training 2.

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Payment streaming – Montreal GP weekend SkyGo and now closed.

TV in the light – The Canadian GP weekend for qualification and racing will air on TV8. There will be no coverage of free training sessions aired exclusively by Sky Sport.

Streaming in the light – The Montreal GB weekend airing late on qualifying and racing on There will be no coverage of free training sessions aired exclusively by Sky Sport.

Live writing or game – Our site will give full coverage of the entire Canadian round weekend.

Sky Sport Programming

Friday 17 June

16.30: Riders press conference streaming on and Sky Sport Facebook accounts.

7.30pm: Paddock Live

20.00: Free Training 1 F1

9.00pm: Paddock Live

10.45pm: Paddock Live

11.00pm: Free Training 2 F1

24.00: Paddock Live

24.30: Paddock Live Show

Programming on Light TV 8

Friday 17 June

There will be no exchange of free practice today.

Photo: LiveMedia / Florent Gooden / DPPI

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