Australian GP weekend Viaplay F1 programming

Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB18

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Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB18

After a well-deserved rest, Formula 1 season 2022 will continue this weekend Australian Grand Prix† The first class of motorsport will operate on the refurbished Albert Park Circuit. In the past, it was almost impossible to get ahead here, but it should be different from this year. We will see in the coming days whether that is true. It also clarifies a little more about the balance of power in the field: Crops Max Verstappen His second consecutive win, Beats Charles Lecklerk Can we expect repeat or surprise?

The Formula 1 ad could only be followed this year by the new provider Viaplay with live and Dutch commentary. We have put together the Melbourne Grand Prix weekend broadcast schedule for you.

Want to watch through F1TV? See the full broadcast schedule here:Overview: Australian GP weekend F1TV show

Viaplay F1 airs Friday, April 8, 2022

Both Formula 1 training sessions on Friday will be broadcast live via Viaplay on the Albert Park Circuit. For the broadcast of the first exercise, Dutch fans should have gotten up early. Training begins at 5 a.m. Dutch time. With the comments of Alert Golf and Sebastian Plekmolan, the Viaplay will begin broadcasting five minutes before the start of the broadcast. The broadcast of the second training session will start at 07:55.

Studio Formula 1 – The talk show Shake Down will take place at 12:00 noon. Issuer Amber Brandson Talk to national and international guests and experts about the first day of training in Melbourne. There are very significant moments, as well as what we can expect on the weekend.

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Day Program Start broadcasting End of broadcast *
Friday, April 8th Formula 1 – Free Training1 4:55 am 06.10 am
Friday, April 8th Formula 1 – Free Training 2 07:55 am 9.10 am
Friday, April 8th Studio Formula 1: Shakedown – Talk Show 12.00 13.00

Viaplay F1 Broadcast Saturday, April 9, 2022

On Saturday, Formula 1 fans can prepare for the exciting qualifying round for the Australian Grand Prix. The last free training takes place in the early morning of the Dutch. It starts at 05:00 am and the Viaplay broadcast starts at 04:55 am.

The Viaplay preview for qualifying for the Australian GB starts at 07:30 am Dutch time on Saturday. Time training will begin at 08:00. Until then, presenter Amber Brandsen looks worthy of approaching with many regular guests and national and international experts. At the venue, Pitt reporter Stephen Cox gives interviews with the protagonists. Eligibility is provided by commentary Nelson Walkenberg and Melroy Heimskerk† Then there is an extensive discussion with the guests in the studio. The broadcast will last until 10 p.m.

Day Program Start broadcasting End of broadcast *
Saturday, April 9th Formula 1 – Free Training 3 4:55 am 06.10 am
Saturday, April 9th Formula 1 – Eligibility 07:30 p.m. 10:00 am

Viaplay F1 airs Sunday 10 April 2022

A preview of the Australian Grand Prix on Viaplay starts at 06:00 Dutch time on Sunday morning. Until the start of the race, presenter Amber Brandsen discusses the most important moments of the weekend with national and international experts so far and looks forward to the upcoming race. From the location, Pitt reporter Stephen Cox gives interviews with drivers and team bosses. He does it alongside former F1 drivers Mika Huckinen And David Colehart A fold of the grid before the race begins.

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Australian GP starts at 07:00. Commentary is provided by Nelson Walkenberg and Melroy Heimskerk, who alternate gears with Stephen Cox on the field. After the race, the most important moments are reviewed in detail from the studio and location. The protagonists are interviewed and the analysts state their opinions.

Day Program Start broadcasting End of broadcast *
Sunday, April 10th Formula 1 – Australian Grand Prix 6 p.m. 10:00 am

Viaplay F1 Broadcast Monday 11 April 2022

On Monday afternoon, the talk show TractTalk looks back on much of last race weekend in Melbourne. Host Amber Fransen receives several guests, with whom the ups and downs of the race are discussed. This race is analyzed in detail by experts and the protagonists state their opinion. The show starts at 3:00 pm and lasts about 45 minutes.

Day Program Start broadcasting End of broadcast *
Monday, April 11th Studio Formula 1: TractTalk – DocShow 3 p.m. 3:45 p.m.

Everything you need to know about F1 in Viaplay:Formula 1 in Viaplay: How much does it cost, commentators, broadcasters and so on

* Program end time is a guide time

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