The 2022 Formula 1 season has some news in store. The racing series will see the use of completely new vehicles due to the biggest technical changes in years. In addition to the current world champion Max Verstappen (Netherlands) at Red Bull, under the direction of team boss Christian Horner, Mercedes under Toto Wolff also featured drivers Lewis Hamilton and George Russell (both Great Britain) as well as Charles Leclerc (Monaco) and Carlos Sainz (Spain) is in the team, with Scuderia Ferrari under Mattia Binotto entering the race as the favorites for the title fight in the premier section of motorsport. After a double win at Monza last year, Brit Lando Norris and Australian Daniel Ricciardo are hoping for some championship points in the overall standings at McLaren. From Germany, four-time champion Sebastian Vettel will compete for the Aston Martin Racing team and Mick Schumacher will compete for Haas. He is the son of former Ferrari driver and seven-time record world champion Michael Schumacher. Furthermore, the F1 racing calendar has never been larger in the history of the world championships: 22 world championship races are scheduled between March and November, and three sprint races are also held as part of the race. Pole position is again credited to the fastest in qualifying on Friday. Grand Prix in Australia, Japan, Canada and Singapore are set to return to the Formula 1 calendar. Imola in Italy, held as the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix, marks the European opener of the 2022 F1 season. Formula 1 is expected to end with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at the Yas Marina Circuit in November. Circuit Park Zandvoort is a motorsport race track located directly on the North Sea near the Dutch town of Zandvoort. Nestled in the middle of the dunes, Circuit Zandvoort was the race track where the world’s best drivers held Formula 1 races until 1985. After 35 years, the dominant section of motorsport will return to the Netherlands from the 2020 season under the name of the Heineken Dutch Grand Prix. This track is known for its sharp and sharp turns. The most famous corner of the circuit is the 180-degree Tarzan Corner, the first corner after the strait, where exciting catch-up maneuvers can be expected. Practice, qualifying and race times are scheduled. Here you will find an overview of the information: Formula 1 GP of the Netherlands starts on Sunday, 4 September 2022 at 3:00 PM. RTL Race will be telecast live from 2:00 PM on free TV and in RTL Live Stream on RTL+. As always, the first free practice session will take place on Friday, September 2, 2022. It is scheduled for 2:00 PM. This is followed by another free exercise at 5:00 pm. Saturday, September 03, 2022, Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc, Lewis Hamilton & Co. First third free practice session at Zandvoort at 1:00 pm, followed by qualifying for the Dutch Grand Prix at 4:00 pm. The fifteenth race of the 2022 Formula 1 season will be televised live on free TV: on Sunday, the RTL will begin at 2 pm with a preliminary report “countdown” to get in the mood for the race in the Netherlands. The Formula 1 crew, led by Florian König, Kai Abel, Heiko Wasser and Christian Danner, will conduct the broadcast. RTL telecast the race live from 3 pm onwards. After the race, RTL will show the awards ceremony, analysis, interviews and highlights from 4.30 pm onwards. Sky will be reporting extensively from the Dutch GP over the weekend and televised qualifying and races live.
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