Spanish Grand Prix 2022 live update TV channel and how to watch

LIVE: A thrilling Formula One championship is set to ratchet up to another level when the paddock takes to Spain for the traditional opening of the European leg of the championship (11pm AEST).

Championship points leader Charles Leclerc survived a spin in a nervous third qualifying session to nab pole ahead of Red Bull’s reigning world champion Max Verstappen, who battled reliability issues.

Verstappen said: “I couldn’t do my final run. It’s a bit of a shame, but overall to be on the front row here, looking at the whole weekend, it was a good achievement.”
24-year-old Leclerc’s teammate Carlos Sainz will line up third – and Leclerc is hoping the Ferrari duo can make it a one-two finish and further damage Verstappen’s title defence.

“I hope Carlos can help,” said Leclerc. “I hope we can do a one-two together with Carlos – it would be so great for the team and we will give it our all.”