March 24, 2023

The Azerbaijan Grand Prix is ​​a Formula One motor racing event held for the first time in 2017. It is held on the Baku City Circuit, a street circuit in Azerbaijan’s capital, Baku.

Azerbaijan: Start Time, Channel, Qualifying, Qualifying 2022, Grand Prix Qualifying

This weekend Formula 1 is racing on a street circuit for the second consecutive race – but one that offers plenty of opportunities to overtake as well as the danger provided by close walls.

Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Race information
Circuit length 6.003 km (3.730 miles)
Race length 306.049 km (190.170 miles)
Laps 51

Start Time:

When is the F1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix?

The Azerbaijan Grand Prix is set to start at 1500 local time on Sunday.

The eighth round of the 2022 F1 season, the Azerbaijan GP at Baku City Circuit, gets underway at 3:00pm local time (12:00pm BST) on Sunday 12th June.

Qualifying for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix was scheduled to begin at 6 pm local time (+4 GMT) at the Baku City Circuit, but was pushed back 15 minutes after a delay in FP3 for barrier repairs.


  • Race: Azerbaijan Grand Prix
  • Date: Sunday, June 12
  • TV channel: ESPN
  • Live stream: ESPN+, fuboTV

The ESPN will broadcast all 2022 F1 races in the United States using the Sky Sports feed, with select races broadcast on ABC later in the season. You can use FuboTV in the U.S. You can also live stream the Formula 1 race in the U.S., which offers a free trial.

Date Event Time (ET) TV channel
Friday, June 10 Practice 1 7 a.m. ESPN2
Friday, June 10 Practice 2 10 a.m. ESPN2
Saturday, June 11 Practice 3 7 a.m. ESPNU
Saturday, June 11 Qualifying 10 a.m. ESPN2
Sunday, June 12 Race 7 a.m. ESPN

For fans in Canada, TSN will carry the English-language telecast of races. For those looking for the French broadcast, RDS will have you covered.

Races can also be streamed via TSN’s streaming service, TSN Direct.


Azerbaijan: Start Time, Channel, Qualifying, Qualifying 2022, Grand Prix Qualifying

Qualifying for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix begins at 1815 local time. 

Top five

1. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)

2. Sergio Perez (Red Bull)

3. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)

4. Carlos Sainz (Ferrari)

5. George Russell (Mercedes)

Qualifying 2022:


Practice 3 results


Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc took a brilliant lap at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix to take his sixth pole position in eight races this season.

Leclerc saved the best on his final lap, beating Red Bull’s Sergio Perez by 0.282 seconds.

Perez beat teammate Max Verstappen by just 0.065 seconds from his final lap.

Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz was fastest after the first run in qualifying in the final but a series of mistakes on his final lap left him fourth.

Leclerc continued his status as Formula 1’s qualifying king this year, despite errors on his key laps in the first and second sessions which had held back his ultimate potential.

Grand Prix Qualifying:

McLarens and both Alfa Romeo were eliminated in Q2: Lando Norris 11th and Daniel Ricciardo 12th; Zhou Guanyue 14th and Valtteri Bottas 15th. Between those orange and red pairs was the blue alpine driver, Esteban Ocon.

 Haas’ Kevin Magnussen was dropped in Q1, a provisional P16 on the grid, with Williams driver Alex Albon on 17th and Nicolas Latifi on 18th.

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