F1 Singapore Grand Prix: Date, UK start time, TV channel, live stream for HUGE Marina Bay Street Circuit race

BRACE yourselves Formula One fans as the Singapore Grand Prix is making its long-awaited return – and the title race could be all but over.

Covid restrictions forced F1 chiefs to make a logistical decision in cancelling both the 2020 and 2021 races at the Marina Bay Street Circuit.

Max Verstappen clinched victory at the Italian GPCredit: Reuters
Lewis Hamilton has struggled all season and is yet to win a race in 2022Credit: Alamy

But there’s no stopping the racers this time, especially Max Verstappen who is closing in on a second consecutive championship triumph.

Charles Leclerc still has an outside chance of snatching the title despite trailing Verstappen by 116 points.

However, Mercedes are having a nightmare of a season as Lewis Hamilton and George Russell are still chasing their first win of 2022.

When is the Singapore Grand Prix?

  • The Singapore Grand Prix is scheduled to take place on Sunday, October 2.
  • It is expected to get underway from 1pm UK time – 8pm local time.
  • Marina Bay Street Circuit in Marina Bay, Singapore will be the allocated track for this race and it can host a whopping 90,000 supporters.
  • Sebastian Vettel clinched first place on the podium when this race last happened in 2019.

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Is the Singapore Grand Prix on TV and can I live stream it?

  • The Singapore Grand Prix will be broadcasted LIVE on Sky Sports F1.
  • Subscription members of Sky Sports can stream the entire action on the Sky Go app or Sky Sports website.
  • Or the race will be available to NOW TV users via all mobile devices and tablets.

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What is the Singapore Grand Prix FULL schedule?

Friday September 30

  • Practice One – 11am BST
  • Practice Two – 2pm BST

Saturday October 1

  • Practice Three – 11am BST
  • Qualifying – 2pm BST

Sunday October 2

  • Race – 1pm BST

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