Miami Grand Prix live stream: how to watch 2022 F1 Qualifying free online and on TV The 2022 Miami Grand Prix qualifying starts at 9pm BST . Perez went fastest in final practice, Alpine's Ocon crashed out, Charles Leclerc took 2nd ahead of arch-rival Max Verstappen. US fans can watch the whole race free on ABC, so make sure you know how to watch a Miami Grand Prix free live stream from abroad when away from home
2022 MIAMI GRAND PRIX LIVE STREAM
Date: 6th – 8th May 2022
FREE F1 streams: ABC (US, race only) | RTL Zwee (Lux) | ServusTV / ORF (Austria)
Watch anywhere: Try ExpressVPN risk-free
F1 season pass: F1 TV Pro 7-day free trial
4K stream: Sky TV (UK)
The weekend's 2022 Miami Grand Prix schedule is:
Saturday 7th May: Qualifying (9pm BST)
Sunday 8th May: Miami Grand Prix (8.30pm BST / 3.30pm EST)
Last week, the Red Bulls dominated a damp Emilia Romagna Grand Prix. Dutch superstar Max Verstappen revived his title hopes by taking top spot on the podium, while Championship leader Charles Leclerc of Monaco threw away third place and ended up sixth. That leaves Leclerc on 89 points, just 26 points ahead of Max going into Miami.
There's plenty of of hype around the Miami Grand Prix. The all-new track features a fake marina, and we've been promised an opening ceremony "worthy of a Super Bowl". Ready for Formula 1's big American move? The 2022 Miami Grand Prix takes place over 57 laps of the 5.412km Miami International Autodrome. The Miami GP weather is forecast to be a cloudy 32°C with a slight chance of rain.
US fans can watch the race free on ABC while Austrian fans can the whole weekend free (use a VPN to access your local free streams when abroad). We've listed all the ways to watch F1 in HD from your TV, tablet and mobile below.
Miami Grand Prix free stream
Sky has the UK television rights to show F1 until the end of 2024. To watch in 4K Ultra HD, you’ll need a Sky Q box or Sky Glass TV and a package with Ultra HD and Sky Sports F1.
Stream the Miami Grand Prix in Full HD with Dolby 5.1
Don't want to commit to a Sky contract? Anyone can enjoy the 2022 F1 season using Sky's pay-per-view platform, Now. Now is available on all good smart TVs and set-top-boxes. There's no 4K option, but go for the Now TV Boost add-on and you can stream in Full 1080p HD with Dolby 5.1 surround sound.
F1 season pass for only $9.99 per month
Want to watch the entire F1 season – including the 2022 Miami Grand Prix – from start to finish? Formula 1's streaming service, F1 TV Pro, is a great option. Fans in the USA can subscribe for only $9.99 a month or $79.99 a year, while those in France and the Netherlands can snag F1 TV Pro for just €7.99 a month.
F1 TV Pro includes full, live coverage of every F1 race in HD. There are no commercial breaks and you can select English audio commentary from Sky TV's Martin Brundle and David Croft.
The service is available in over 188 countries – but not the UK (Sky has TV rights until 2024).F1 TV Pro is available through the F1 TV website, iOS/Android apps, Roku TV and other mobile devices. The F1 app is now available on Apple TV, too.
Miami Grand Prix live in the USA
ESPN will carry live coverage of every F1 race apart from this weekend's Miami Grand Prix, which is being shown free on ABC to boost US interest in the sport. You'll still need ESPN if you want to watch practice and qualifying, though.
The Miami Grand Prix starts at 3pm ET on Sunday, 8th May 2022. The American and Mexican grand prix races will also be broadcast free on ABC later this year.
Don't have cable? Cord-cutters can switch to a top streaming service such as Sling Orange or FuboTV...Carlos Sainz Jr Ferrari and Fernando Alonso at Alpine means 2022 is set to be a huge year for Spanish F1 fans.
DAZN has the rights to show Formula 1, including the 2022 Miami Grand Prix, in Spain until the end of 2023. The streaming service will show the F1 World Championship on its exclusive DAZN F1 channel
Miami Grand Prix live stream in Brazil
TV Band is now the official F1 broadcaster in Brazil, which means Brazilian F1 fans can subscribe to F1 TV Pro and stream every track session of the 2022 F1 season for R$143 (US$27). Going to be outside your home country of Brazil? You'll need to use a VPN to acces local live streams. We recommend ExpressVPN as it comes with a risk-free 30-day money-back guarantee. Bueno!
Miami Grand Prix live stream in Australia
G'day motorsport fans. Fox Sports has the rights to show live F1 races in Australia, including this Sunday's 2022 Miami GP. That means Foxtel and Kayo Sports subscribers will get a front row seat when the action starts. Kayo Sports is offering new subscribers a 14-day free trial. After that, you'll be bumped onto a rolling one month contract. Basic is $25 while Premium is $35.
Happy with highlights? 10Play will show free highlights of every race.
Miami Grand Prix live stream in Germany
Sky Germany has the exclusive rights to every live F1 race in 2022, including a Miami Grand Prix live stream.
With F1 now behind an expensive paywall in Germany, many fans will question why their French and Dutch neighbours can watch every race live on F1 TV Pro for just €7.99 a month and envy the Austrians and Americans getting it for free.
Going to be outside your home country of Germany? Simply use a VPN to access a live stream without being blocked.
Miami Grand Prix live stream in Russia
The 2022 F1 season is due to be shown free-to-air on Match TV in Russia.
Going to be outside your home country of Russia? Simply use a VPN to access a live stream without being blocked. We recommend ExpressVPN as it comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Nostrovia!
Miami Grand Prix live stream in Italy
Sky Italia is the place to watch F1 – including the Miami Grand Prix live stream – in Italy. F2 champion and former Lotus F1 test driver Davide Valsecchi provides brilliant pitlane reporting, while Jacques Villeneuve provides commentary.
Don't fancy taking out a Sky contact? Italian F1 fans can stream every race live via Sky's Now app. A 24-hour pass costs from €14.99. Molto bene!
Compare sports streaming services
Sports fans don’t need cable to follow their favorite team. There are many ways to watch online. We gathered the best streaming services available for watching live sports, so you can get rid of that costly cable bill without sacrificing your access to live games throughout the season.
A sports-focused service, fuboTV broadcasts more than 30,000 live sporting events annually — some are even shown in 4K. From $64.99/mo., you’ll have access to local networks like CBS and FOX and regional sports networks from NBC, AT&T, MSG, NESN, SNY, and Marquee. Major names like FS1 and pro channels like NFL Network are also included in the Starter package.
If you want the broadest range of sports channels, you’ll have to upgrade to fuboTV’s $85/mo. Ultra plan. This includes premium extras like NBA TV, NHL Network, and MLB Network. There’s a range of channel add-ons to invest in, too, from the $11/mo. Sports Plus with NFL Redzone to the $7/mo. International Sports Plus. Subscribers can record up to 250 hours of content for free and restart select live events, so you never have to miss the beginning of a game again. All plans currently come with a free trial.
Hulu + Live TV
Hulu + Live TV carries more than 15 sports networks. Big names like ESPN and FS1 are on the list along with national channels such as CBS. That means you can watch live games from the NBA, NHL, MLB, and more. Regional sports networks like YES Network are available in certain areas, but Hulu + Live TV does offer widespread local coverage from ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC.
The one big thing the service is missing is pro networks. Right now, there’s no way to watch the likes of NBA TV or NFL Network. A lack of sports add-ons also means you may struggle to stay in the loop with out-of-market teams. A Hulu + Live TV subscription costs $65/mo. and comes with a free trial. You’ll also get access to Hulu’s impressive on-demand catalog and 50 hours of cloud DVR storage.
Philo costs just $25/mo., making it one of the cheapest streaming services around. And there’s a reason for its low price: it doesn’t house any sports channels whatsoever. So if you’re looking to watch regional, pro, or national networks, you’re out of luck. Instead, the service focuses on entertainment from the likes of AMC and BET. It goes without saying that Philo isn’t a great service for the sports-obsessed.
When it comes to local and regional sports networks, Sling TV is lacking. Only three regional channels are available — NBC Sports Bay Area, NBC Sports California, and NBC Sports Washington — and the local list only features channels from FOX and NBC. But that doesn’t mean Sling TV has no sports at all. The service has a range of major networks, but you’ll have to pay for the more expensive plan to access them all.
Sling’s $35/mo. Orange plan comes with ESPN and TNT, and the $35/mo. Blue plan has FOX, FS1, and NBC Sports Network. Combine the two for $50/mo. for a long list of pro networks, including MLB Network, NBA TV, and NHL Network, and invest in the Sports Extra add-on for a further $10/mo. Sling TV doesn’t usually offer free trials, but you can currently enjoy 14 days for free. Sling Blue and Sling Orange both include 50 hours of DVR storage.
YouTube TV is one of the best all-around streaming services for sports fans. Get access to the four biggest local networks — ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC — along with national coverage from the likes of ESPN, TBS, and TNT. Popular networks like CBS Sports Network and FS1 are part of the package too. So are league-specific channels like the NFL Network, the MLB Network and NBA TV. NHL Network is missing from the line-up, but you can add FOX Soccer Plus and NBA League Pass for additional monthly fees. If you’re a regional sports-lover, you can watch broadcasts from FOX and NBC channels.
Costing $65/mo., YouTube TV is one of the few services to include unlimited DVR storage. Plus, YouTube TV features a deal where you can try all of its sporting goodness for 14 days without paying a single dollar.
ESPN+ is one of the newer options for live sports streaming. It’s important to note that ESPN+ is a separate service from the regular ESPN network. While ESPN+ may air some regular ESPN programming, subscribers should not expect the same live game coverage that ESPN broadcasts. Instead, ESPN+ includes a variety of live and on-demand sports-related programming.
ESPN+ shows live games of pro baseball, soccer, tennis, golf, and more. You can also catch college games on ESPN+. But you can’t choose which teams or games you want to watch, and there is no live NFL or NBA coverage. You can buy ESPN+ for $7/mo. or $70/yr. ESPN+ does not currently offer a free trial, but if you bundle ESPN+ with Disney+ and Hulu, you can get a discount on all 3 subscriptions.