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Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix 2022. How to watch, Standings, Bets and Odds

Ștefan Vasiliu
18 May 2022
12:06
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The Spanish Grand Prix will be the sixth race of the 2022 Formula 1 season. Max Verstappen (Red Bull Racing) is getting closer after two consecutive wins, in Emilia Romagna and Miami. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) is still leading in the standings.

The race will be held at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya. This Grand Prix is contested over 66 laps and this track was built in 1991.

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Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix
Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix

Best bets on Spanish Grand Prix 2022

Bookmakers from Bet365 see Max Verstappen as the favourite for the Spanish Grand Prix with 2.00 odds to win the race. He is followed by Charles Leclerc with 2.50 odds, while Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) has 10.00 to win here.

The second Red Bull Racing driver Sergio Perez has 15.00 to win in Barcelona.

Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) has big 18.00 odds for the first victory in 2022, while his teammate George Russell has huge 35.00.

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Where to Watch Spanish Grand Prix 2022

The Spanish Grand Prix 2022 will be televised on Sky Sports F1. The broadcast will begin at 14.50 CET on May 22, ten minutes before the start of the race.

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Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix session timings

  • Free Practice 1 (May 20): 13.00 CET;
  • Free Practice 2 (May 20): 17.00 CET;
  • Free Practice 3 (May 21): 13.00 CET;
  • Qualifying (May 21): 16.00 CET;
  • Race (May 22): 15.00 CET;

Formula 1 Driver Standings

  1. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) - 104 points;
  2. Max Verstappen (Red Bull Racing) – 85 points;
  3. Sergio Perez (Red Bull Racing) - 66 points;
  4. George Russell (Mercedes AMG) - 59 points;
  5. Carlos Sainz Jr (Ferrari) - 53 points;
  6. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes AMG) - 36 points;
  7. Lando Norris (McLaren) - 35 points;
  8. Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo) - 30 points;
  9. Esteban Ocon (Alpine) - 24 points;
  10. Kevin Magnussen (Haas) - 15 points;
  11. Daniel Ricciardo (McLaren) - 11 points;
  12. Yuki Tsunoda (Scuderia Alpha Tauri) - 10 points;
  13. Pierre Gasly (Scuderia Alpha Tauri) - 6 points;
  14. Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin) – 4 points;
  15. Alexander Albon (Williams) - 3 points;
  16. Fernando Alonso (Alpine) - 2 points;
  17. Lance Stroll (Aston Martin) - 2 points;
  18. Zhoy Guanyu (Alfa Romeo) - 1 point;
  19. Mick Schumacher (Haas) - 0 points;
  20. Nico Hulkenberg (Aston Martin) - 0 points;
  21. Nicholas Latifi (Williams) - 0 points;

Formula 1 Constructor Standings

  1. Ferrari - 157 points;
  2. Red Bull Racing - 151 points;
  3. Mercedes AMG - 95 points;
  4. McLaren - 46 points;
  5. Alfa Romeo - 31 points;
  6. Alpine - 26 points;
  7. Scuderia Alpha Tauri - 16 points;
  8. Haas - 15 points;
  9. Aston Martin - 6 points;
  10. Williams - 3 points;

Formula 1 2022 Schedule

  • 22 May - Spain;
  • 27 May - Monaco;
  • 12 June - Azerbaijan;
  • 19 June - Canada;
  • 3 July - Great Britain;
  • 10 July - Austria;
  • 24 July - France;
  • 31 July - Hungary;
  • 28 August - Belgium;
  • 4 September - Netherlands;
  • 11 September - Italy;
  • 2 October - Singapore;
  • 9 October - Japan;
  • 23 October - United States of America;
  • 30 October - Mexico;
  • 13 November - Brazil;
  • 20 November - Abu Dhabi;
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FAQs

Where to watch the Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix?
Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix will be live at Sky Sports F1.
Who is a favorite in the Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix?
Bookmakers see Max Verstappen as the favorite for this race.
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Octavian Vasilescu
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