Emilia Romagna GP 2022 Live F1 TV schedule

The 2022 Formula 1 season continues at Imola, with the Emilia Romagna GP between April 22-24. Find out where to watch the 2022 Emilia Romagna GP in the UK, Australia and the USA


The 2022 Emilia Romagna GP marks the fourth race of the Formula 1 season, and sees Ferrari on home turf after a dominant win last time out, so make sure you know where to watch the Emilia Romagna GP on TV in the UK, USA and Australia.

Charles Leclerc brought home a Ferrari grand slam in Melbourne, by taking pole position, leading every lap and also bagging fastest lap at Albert Park to give himself a comfortable 34 point lead in the Driver Standings

Rival Max Verstappen retired from the race for the second time this season, and now faces an uphill struggle if he is to retain his world title this season. 

When is the Emilia Romagna GP 2022?

The 2022 Emilia Romagna GP will take place on the weekend of April 22 to April 24 and is the first sprint race of the 2022 F1 season. Practice 1 will be held as usual on Friday, with Qualifying later in the day, along with the pre-race media sessions. Practice 2 and the Sprint Race will be the main features on Saturday, and as is always the case the Race will take place on Sunday afternoon at Imola. 

DateSessionUK Time (BST)US Time (EDT)US Time (PDT)
Fri. April 22Practice 112:30-13:3007:30-08:3004:30-05:30
Fri. April 22Qualifying16:00-17:0011:00-12:0008:00-09:00
Sat. April 23Practice 211:30-12:3006:30-07:3003:30-04:30
Sat. April 23Sprint15:30-16:3010:30-11:3007:30-08:30
Sun. April 24Race14:00-16:0009:00-11:0006:00-08:00

How to watch the 2022 Emilia Romagna GP in the UK?

Coverage in the UK will be provided by Sky Sports F1 with every single session being shown live as it happens from Imola. For the race itself, you can join David Croft and Martin Brundle on commentary. 

Channel 4 will have highlights of both qualifying, and the race, with coverage of Friday’s qualifying being shown at 18:45 BST on Saturday evening and highlights of the race itself at 18:30 BST on Sunday evening. You can also watch race highlights on Channel 4’s All 4 on streaming service.

You can follow live radio coverage of the 2022 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix on BBC Radio 5 Live. Commentary comes from Jack Nicholls and Jennie Gow, plus ex-F1 driver Jolyon Palmer starts at 14:00 BST

How to watch the 2022 Emilia Romagna GP in the USA?

ESPN will have exclusive live coverage of every session from the 2022 Emilia Romagna GP which is available to subscribers. ESPN2 will have coverage of Practice 1 and Qualifying on Friday, as well as Practice 2 on Saturday, but the Sprint Race will move to ESPN. The Race will be live on ESPN, with ESPN Deportes having Spanish language coverage of the 2022 Emilia Romagna GP for viewers in the United States. 

How to watch the 2022 Emilia Romagna GP in Australia?

In Australia, every session from the 2022 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix will be shown through Fox Sports 506 which is available via Foxtel. Highlights can be found on 10 Bold on Monday evening after the Emilia Romagna GP. Every race will also be streamed live as it happens from Imola via Kayo Sports

DateSessionAus. (AEDT)
Fri. April 22Practice 121:30-22:30
Sat. April 23Qualifying01:00-02:00
Sat. April 23Practice 220:30-21:30
Sun. April 24Sprint00:30-01:30
Sun. April 24Race23:00-01:00
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