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F1 confirm the schedule for testing in Bahrain as well as the dates when the cars on track

Formula One has announced the dates for the last winter test in Bahrain, which will take place ahead of the new season in 2022.

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The month of March has arrived, signalling the start of the 2022 Formula One season.

The 2022 cars will return to tv screens on Thursday, March 10 for the official pre-season test in Bahrain, regardless of the fact that teams have already had three days of track time in Barcelona, on top of their car shooting days.

All ten teams will be on circuit at the Bahrain International Circuit to fine-tune their cars in preparation for the 2022 season’s first Grand Prix, which will be held on March 20 at the same location.

After escaping the TV cameras during F1’s test in Barcelona, the Bahrain test will be televised live in the United Kingdom and Ireland on Sky Sports F1.

With race laps and qualifying-style laps scheduled, the picture of who is speedy and who isn’t will become increasingly evident as the days go on.

When will the Formula One cars be on the track in Bahrain?

Formula One has announced that test will take place in Bahrain from 10:00 a.m. to 19:00 a.m. local time, or 07:00 a.m. to 16:00 a.m. GMT.

A one-hour lunchtime will be wedged between the four-hour sessions, if the Barcelona test is any indication.

During the lunch break, RacingNews365.com was able to attend press briefings and receive the inside scoop on how the cars are performing from the teams themselves. Lunch would be at 14:00 local time, or 11:00 GMT, in Bahrain.

Throughout the four-hour sessions, cars are scheduled to be on track as Mercedes, Red Bull, and Ferrari try to learn everything they can about their newest opponents.

Cre: RacingNews365.com

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