Formula 1 returns to the Circuit of the Americas for round 19 of the 2022 Formula 1 season, as host of the United States Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen comes into the round after securing his second F1 world title last time out at Suzuka, which happened under bizarre circumstances.
The Dutchman is the defending race winner at COTA, as last year he held off Lewis Hamilton for victory as their championship battle escalated.
European fans will be subject to late start times for sessions, with the Austin, Texas time zone several hours behind.
Below, find the sessions that take place, as well as their start times.
|Session||Date||Time (BST)||Local hour)|
|FP1||friday 21 october||20:00||14:00|
|FP2||friday 21 october||23:00||17:00|
|FP3||Saturday October 22||20:00||14:00|
|Qualification||Saturday October 22||23:00||17:00|
|United States Grand Prix||Sunday October 23||20:00||14:00|
How to watch the 2022 United States Grand Prix
Coverage of all the action in the UK and Ireland will be shown live, with free highlights available later today.
Watch live: Sky Sports F1 will broadcast each session live, as well as pre-session and post-session broadcasts for qualifying and the race.
Strong points: Channel 4 will show highlights from the qualifying and race sessions, hours after the event ends live on Sky Sports.
Direct: Sky Sports subscribers will be able to follow all the action via the Sky Go app, which requires an internet connection to access. Alternatively, they can access through NOW TV.
TV show start times
All times are in BST
Sky Sports F1
Friday: FP1 – 8:00 p.m. | FP2 – 22:45
Saturday: FP3 – 7:45 p.m. | Qualifying – 10:00 p.m.
Sunday: United States Grand Prix – 6:30 p.m.
Sunday: Qualifying – 8:30 a.m.
Monday: United States Grand Prix – 12:30 a.m.
How to stream the United States Grand Prix
A number of countries have access to F1 TV Pro, which broadcasts every session throughout a race weekend. It also has its own pre-session and post-session shows. The list of countries in which F1 TV Pro is available is available here.