Canadian Grand Prix Free Live Stream (6/19/22) | Time, TV, channel for the Formula 1 race

The Canadian Grand Prix, a Formula 1 race featuring Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappentakes place on Sunday, June 19, 2022 (6/19/22) at Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve in Montreal, Canada.

Fans can watch the event for free via a trial of fuboTV Where DirectTV streams.

Here’s what you need to know:

What: Canadian Grand Prix

Who: Formula 1

When: Sunday, June 19, 2022

Time: 2 p.m. ET

Where: Circuit of Monaco


Channel finder: Verizon Fios, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, coxswain, DIRECTV,Plate,Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.

Direct: fuboTV (free try), DirectTV streams (free try)



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MONTREAL (AP) — Max Verstappen overcame slippery conditions to claim his second pole of the season, and Fernando Alonso used the wet track to earn his first front row start in a decade in rainy qualifying for the Canadian Grand Prix .

Saturday’s race for Verstappen, the reigning Formula 1 champion and current points leader, came as no surprise even though it was the Dutchman’s first career pole at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve.

Instead, it was Alonso, 40, who got the crowd going with a thrilling run to qualify second. He edged Carlos Sainz and Lewis Hamilton as time expired and drew a cheering ovation from the rain-soaked spectators.

“It’s been an amazing weekend so far for us,” said the Alpine rider. “The car was mega. I was so comfortable driving this car, and the fans pushed me to go the extra mile.

But will he be able to make it his first victory in F1 since 2013 on Sunday, when the weather conditions promise to be much improved and the track dry?

“I think we will attack Max in the first corner,” smiled the Spaniard. He added later that he would be content with finishing fifth.

Sainz qualified third for Ferrari, while teammate Charles Leclerc didn’t bother to get his car out after the first group. Leclerc has already been given a 10-place grid penalty for changing his engine before Sunday; Leclerc was 15th overall but will start from the back of the grid alongside Yuki Tsunoda, who has also changed engines.

Hamilton qualified fourth for the season as he recovered from one of the worst training days of the year in his Mercedes. A technical directive issued Thursday to help mitigate the rebound that Mercedes and other cars are battling this season actually made Friday more difficult for Hamilton, who is suffering from both back pain and headaches due to the effect known as “porpoising”.

Haas had a huge day in qualifying as Kevin Magnussen and Mick Schumacher finished fifth and sixth and Schumacher is well placed to score the first points of his F1 career.

“It’s very pleasant in these conditions. It’s not just one round,” Magnussen said. “Days like this are what make you happy and make you smile.”

Mercedes’ George Russell crashed out in the final qualifying group and finished eighth, while Zhou Guanyu was 10th as he qualified for the third round for the first time in his career.

Sergio Perez crashed his Red Bull in the second session and found himself 13th – the first time he’s started below fifth this year.


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How much fuboTV Cost?

The cheapest option is the family plan at $64.99 and includes 120 channels, 250 hours of DVR space and can be used on three screens at once.

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