2022 Formula 3, British Grand Prix: Schedule, Timings and Live Streaming details

The 2022 Formula 3 Championship is the 13th season of Formula 3 and the 4th season under FIA Formula 3 Championship moniker.

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Formula Three is a third-tier class of open-wheel formula racing. The various championships held in Europe, Australia, South America and Asia form an important step for many prospective Formula One drivers. It is abbreviated as F3. Formula Three (adopted by the FIA in 1950) evolved from postwar auto racing, with lightweight tube-frame chassis powered by 500 cc motorcycle engines (notably Nortons and JAP speedway). The 500 cc formula originally evolved in 1946 from low-cost “special” racing organized by enthusiasts in Bristol, England, just before the Second World War.

The 2022 FIA Formula 3 Championship is the thirteenth season of Formula 3 racing and the fourth season run under the FIA Formula 3 Championship moniker. The category is run in support of selected rounds of the Formula One. As the championship is a spec series, all teams and drivers that compete in the championship run the same car, the Dallara F3 2019. For the 2022 season, a new chassis was to be introduced, but this change has been halted by the cost-cutting measures. Trident entered the championship as the reigning teams’ champion, having secured their title at the last round of the 2021 season.


The FIA Formula 3 World Championship is run in support of selected rounds of the FIA Formula One World Championship. The weekend starts on Friday at Silverstone circuit and consists of two events: a free practice session and the qualifying for the Sprint race. Saturday we have the Sprint race followed by the main event race on Sunday. 

Friday, July 1 13:05 P.M.FP1 
18:25 P.M.Qualifying
Saturday, July 213:25 P.M.Sprint Race
Sunday, July 312:05 P.M. Race

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Where to Watch 2022 Formula 3 British Grand Prix Live ? 

Global fans can catch the live racing action on F1TV.

  • USA – ESPN
  • Australia – Fox Sports Australia
  • United Kingdom – Sky UK

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