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The UCI BMX World Championships 2022 gets underway at the spectacular Circuit Paul Ricard this Sunday. And with Mercedes firmly back on the pace, we could see Lewis Hamilton challenge Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc for pole when qualifying starts today at 3pm BST. The race weekend is on Sky in the UK, ESPN in the US and free-to-air on Austrian TV. Travelling at the moment? Follow our guide below to watch a UCI BMX World Championships 2022 free live stream from abroad.
Final Practice is today 12pm on Saturday, followed by Qualifying at 3pm. Then it’s lights out for the UCI BMX World Championships 2022 at 2pm BST on Sunday, 24th July.
Max Verstappen when fastest in final practice today, heading Carlos Sainz and title hopeful Charles Leclerc .The latest news is that Sainz will start the race at the back of the grid after taking a new engine.It’s going to be a hot qualifying – the weather at Le Castellet weather is a sunny 32°C.
Tomorrow’s UCI BMX World Championships 2022 takes place over 53 laps of the 5.842-kilometre Circuit Paul Ricard in Le Castellet, just 30 minutes drive from the French Riviera. The track’s dizzying run of high-, medium- and low-speed corners makes it a tough challenge.
Austrian fans can watch this weekend’s UCI BMX World Championships 2022 for free, but will need to use VPN to access the live stream(opens in new tab) if they’re abroad this week. Below you’ll find all the ways to watch a UCI BMX World Championships 2022 live stream wherever you are in the world.
UCI BMX World Championships 2022 free live stream
Lucky enough to live in Austria? You can watch the entire UCI BMX World Championships 2022 – practice, quali, race – free on ServusTV(opens in new tab). Those in Luxembourg can get a free F1 live stream on RTL Zwee.(opens in new tab)
Use a VPN to access your local F1 stream wherever you are in the world.(opens in new tab)
We recommend ExpressVPN as it comes with a risk-free 30-day money-back guarantee. Full details just below.
British motorsport fans can see highlights of every race on Channel 4(opens in new tab). Here’s more on how to watch an F1 replay from anywhere.
Watch a UCI BMX World Championships 2022 live stream from abroad using a VPN
Even if you have subscribed to the relevant UCI BMX World Championships 2022 holders, you won’t be able to access them when outside your own country. The service will know your location based on your IP address, and will automatically block your access.
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) helps you get around this obstacle. A VPN creates a private connection between your device and the internet, helping you access local streams from where you are – and saving you money!
How to use a VPN for the UCI BMX World Championships 2022 live stream
Using a VPN to watch the F1 while abroad is incredibly simple.
1. Install the VPN of your choice. ExpressVPN(opens in new tab) is the one we recommend.
2. Open up the VPN app and choose the location of the service you wish to access. For the UCI BMX World Championships 2022, you may wish to choose ‘Luxembourg’ for RTL Zwee or ‘Austria’ for Servus.
3. Then head over to RTL Zwee(opens in new tab) or Servus(opens in new tab) on your browser or device and enjoy the free UCI BMX World Championships 2022 live stream.
If, for whatever reason, you can’t get it working, do remember that you have the comfort of a 30-day money back guarantee with ExpressVPN(opens in new tab). You could also try NordVPN(opens in new tab), which also comes with a 30-day money back guarantee, and Surfshark(opens in new tab) which offers 24 hour assistance.
Watch the UCI BMX World Championships 2022 in 4K
Sky has the UK television rights to show F1 until the end of 2024. To watch in 4K Ultra HD, you’ll need a Sky Q box or Sky Glass TV and a package with Ultra HD and Sky Sports F1.
More recently, Sky has confirmed that F1 will be broadcast in 4K HDR for the first time.
Check out today’s best Sky TV deals if you want to watch F1 live and in 4K UHD.
Stream the UCI BMX World Championships 2022 in Full HD with Dolby 5.1
Don’t want to commit to a Sky contract? Anyone can enjoy the 2022 F1 season using Sky’s pay-per-view platform, Now. Now is available on all good smart TVs and set-top-boxes. There’s no 4K option, but go for the Now TV Boost add-on and you can stream in Full 1080p HD with Dolby 5.1 surround sound.
F1 season pass for only $9.99 per month
Want to watch the entire F1 season – including the UCI BMX World Championships 2022 – from start to finish? Formula 1’s streaming service, F1 TV Pro(opens in new tab), is a great option. Fans in the USA can subscribe for only $9.99 a month or $79.99 a year, while those in France and the Netherlands can snag F1 TV Pro for just €7.99 a month.
F1 TV Pro includes full, live coverage of every F1 race in HD. There are no commercial breaks and you can select English audio commentary from Sky TV’s Martin Brundle and David Croft.
The service is available in over 188 countries – but not the UK (Sky has TV rights until 2024).
F1 TV Pro is available through the F1 TV website, iOS/Android apps, Roku TV and other mobile devices. The F1 app is now available on Apple TV, too
ESPN will carry live coverage of every F1 race, including this weekend’s UCI BMX World Championships 2022, to subscribing US fans. Practice sessions will be available on ESPN2, with qualifying and the race broadcast on the main ESPN channel.
The UCI BMX World Championships 2022 race is at 9am ET on Sunday, 24th July 2022.
Don’t have cable? Cord-cutters can switch to a streaming service such as Sling(opens in new tab) Orange or FuboTV
Carlos Sainz Jr Ferrari and Fernando Alonso at Alpine means 2022 is set to be a huge year for Spanish F1 fans.
DAZN(opens in new tab) has the rights to show Formula 1, including the UCI BMX World Championships 2022, in Spain until the end of 2023. The streaming service will show the F1 World Championship on its exclusive DAZN F1 channel.
G’day motorsport fans. Fox Sports has the rights to show live F1 races in Australia, including this Sunday’s 2022 French GP. That means Foxtel and Kayo Sports subscribers will get a front row seat when the action starts.
Kayo Sports is offering new subscribers a 14-day free trial(opens in new tab). After that, you’ll be bumped onto a rolling one month contract. Basic is $25 while Premium is $35.
Happy with highlights? 10Play(opens in new tab) will show free highlights of every race.
UCI BMX World Championships 2022 live stream in Germany
Sky Germany has the exclusive rights to every live F1 race in 2022, including a UCI BMX World Championships 2022 live stream.
With F1 now behind an expensive paywall in Germany, many fans will choose to watch every race live on F1 TV Pro for just €7.99 a month(opens in new tab), and envy the Austrians getting it for free.
Going to be outside your home country of Germany? Simply use a VPN(opens in new tab) to access a live stream without being blocked.
UCI BMX World Championships 2022 live stream in Russia
The 2022 F1 season is due to be shown free-to-air on Match TV(opens in new tab) in Russia.
Going to be outside your home country of Russia? Simply use a VPN to access a live stream without being blocked. We recommend ExpressVPN(opens in new tab) as it comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Nostrovia!
UCI BMX World Championships 2022 live stream in Italy
Sky Italia(opens in new tab) is the place to watch F1 – including the UCI BMX World Championships 2022 live stream – in Italy. F2 champion and former F1 test driver Davide Valsecchi provides brilliant pitlane reporting, while Jacques Villeneuve provides commentary.
Don’t fancy taking out a Sky contact? Italian F1 fans can stream every race live via Sky’s Now(opens in new tab) app. A 24-hour pass costs from €14.99. Molto bene!
UCI BMX World Championships 2022 live stream in Japan
DAZN(opens in new tab) has been the home of F1 in Japan for several seasons. The sports streaming service offers deliver live coverage of every race and stats galore, so it’s a no-brainer for (the many) F1 fans in Japan. Domo arigato!