Carlos Sainz finished third in the sister Ferrari ahead of Lewis Hamilton, who had to abort his final qualifying attempt due to a spin for Red Bull driver Sergio Perez.
The Mexican lost control at Turn 13, jeopardizing Hamilton’s chances of qualifying on the first row, though he admitted that his hopes of qualifying on the front row were “optimistic.”
George Russell, Perez’s teammate, was also impacted by Perez’s spin and will start the sixth, ahead of best-of-the-rest Lando Norris. Daniel Ricciardo, another McLaren driver, was eliminated in Q1 and will start 18th, the Australian one of three drivers whose team-mates made the top-10 shootout.
Haas driver Kevin Magnussen will start ninth, nine positions behind teammate Mick Schumacher, while four-time world winner Sebastian Vettel was caught out at Turn 13 and sucked into the gravel on his way to 19th.
His Aston Martin teammate Lance Stroll qualified for Q3 with the eighth-fastest time in Q2, but a mechanical issue prevented him from leaving the garage in the top 10 shootout.
After Q2 was red-flagged for a spectator throwing a flare onto the track, Verstappen condemned the “stupid” behavior in his post-qualifying press conference. The person responsible was fired.
The Dutch Grand Prix will take place on Sunday, September 4th, 2022. The race is scheduled to start at 9:00 p.m. ET / 6:00 p.m. PT on NBCSN in the United States and TSN2 in Canada.
There are two main tracks that will be used for the Dutch Grand Prix – The Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps and the Circuit Zandvoort.
The Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps is located in the town of Stavelot, Belgium and has been used for Formula One races since 1924. The track is 7.004 kilometers long and features such iconic sections as the Eau Rouge/Radillon complex and the Kemmel Straight.
The Circuit Zandvoort is located in the town of Zandvoort, Netherlands and has been used for Formula One races since 1952. The track is 4.252 kilometers long and features such iconic sections as the Tarzanbocht hairpin turn and the Hugenholtzbocht chicane.
If you’re looking to watch the Dutch Grand Prix live online, then you’ve come to the right place! Here at NBC Sports, we will be streaming the race live on our website so that you can catch all the action as it happens.
Formula One is broadcast live on Sky Sports in the United Kingdom, with highlights carried on Channel 4 many hours after the event. In the United Kingdom, live streaming via NOW is also accessible.
Sky Sports F1, which broadcasts F1 races, may be added to the Sky Sports channels for £20 per month for new members. Sky Sports is also available through NOW for a one-time payment of £11.98p or a monthly membership of £33.99p.
Sky Sports will broadcast the Dutch GP live in the United Kingdom, with the event telecast live on Sky Sports F1. Sky Sports F1 will begin pre-race coverage at 12:30 pm, ahead of the race start at 2:00 pm BST.
Sky Sports F1 is the channel.
Start time: 12:30pm BST, September 4, 2022
Autosport will provide live text coverage of the Dutch Grand Prix here.
When is the Dutch Grand Prix held?
Date: September 4th, 2022
Time of start: 2:00pm BST, 3:00pm local time
The Dutch GP at Zandvoort, the 15th round of the 2022 Formula One season, begins at 3:00 pm local time (2:00 pm BST) on Sunday, September 4th.
Channel 4 in the United Kingdom will air highlights of the Dutch Grand Prix on Sunday evening at 6:30 p.m. BST. The entire program will last two and a half hours and will cover the pre-race, race highlights, and first post-race reaction to wrap up the big talking points of the race weekend.
Channel 4 will show highlights of every qualifying and race of the 2022 Formula One season. The highlights will also be available on demand through Channel 4’s catch up services.
Channel number: 4
Start time: 6:30 p.m. BST on September 4, 2022.