F1 live stream: How to watch the Canadian Grand Prix via live online stream
2022 Canada Grand Prix live stream: how to watch F1 online from anywhere, Qualifying
Canadian Grand Prix live stream: how to watch the 2022 F1 free online, Qualifying, Leclerc grid penalty
Formula One racing returns to the Great White North this weekend. On hiatus for the last two years because of the coronavirus pandemic, Montreal will host the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday, June 19.
The Canadian Grand Prix starts at 2 p.m. ET and will air on ABC. If you are not in front of a TV, you can view the race via live online stream at WatchESPN and through the ESPN app. You will need a cable log-in to stream the race, so if you don’t have one, you can get a free trial from YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, AT&T TV Now, FuboTV, or Sling TV to stream it.
Things have changed a little bit since the last race in Montreal in 2019. Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton won that one, but after losing out to Red Bull’s Max Verstappen in the driver standings last season, he’s slipped to sixth place in the standings. Verstappen is on top this year, followed by his teammate, Sergio Perez.
In fact, Verstappen is the favorite to win with -115 odds, according to DraftKings Sportsbook. He’s followed by Perez (+285), Leclerc (+330), Carlos Sainz (+2000) and Russell (+3000). Hamilton is at +3500.
The 2022 Canadian Grand Prix thrusts us into the F1 mid-season. Today's FP3 session was a decidedly moist affair, and Alpine's Alonso showed his experience in the inclement conditions by posting the fastest lap. Followed by Gasly, Vettel and Ocon, it looks like we could be in with some surprises come qualifying – and we're certainly not averse to a shake-up. Here's our full guide on how to watch a Canadian Grand Prix live stream online from anywhere.
Red Bull seems to have remedied the reliability issues that troubled it early in the season – and the breakdown baton has been firmly passed to Ferrari. With Verstappen and Perez sitting pretty at the top of the standings, a healthy chunk of points separates Leclerc and George Russell from the leaders.
But, despite a back-breaking stint at Baku, Mercedes shouldn't be written off yet. While Sir Lewis hasn't been able to convincingly wrangle this season's machine, supposed #2 Russell has been the only driver to finish every race this season within the top five. A couple of lucky breaks, and we could see him topping a podium.
That's all conjecture, though, and it's clear that all eyes will be on Verstappen to mop up at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve. Should he slip... well, then it's anyone's guess.
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Max Verstappen will start Monday’s (4am AEST) Canadian Grand Prix from pole position after a wet and wild qualifying in Montreal shook up the grid – and promises to deliver a sizzling race.
Verstappen is ahead of Fernando Alonso, while his Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez crashed in Q2 and Ferrari rival Charles Leclerc will start last of the grid after changing a power unit.
Daniel Ricciardo will start ninth, while Mick Schumacher (sixth) and China’s Zhou Guanyu (10th) each nabbed the best qualifying performances of their careers.
Meanwhile, Mercedes enjoyed a great day with Lewis Hamilton delivering an impressive P4 after a smooth day of running.
All in all, the grid is full of surprises from first to last, which is set to provide a thrilling race characterised by strategic risks and aggressive charges up the field from drivers like Leclerc and Perez.
It comes after Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff unloaded on rival bosses over their handling of the porpoising issue.
With his drivers suffering from bumpy rides more than others, Wolff has led the calls for change, with the FIA finally intervening with some slight rule changes to limit the impact this weekend.