New Sky Sports F1 show: Watch the Any Driven Monday live stream ahead of the season-opening Bahrain GP


Watch our new Monday show Any Driven Monday live via the YouTube stream below starting at 6 p.m.; Any Driven Monday, hosted by Matt Baker and Naomi Schiff, will be shown again at 9pm on Sky Sports F1 TV and throughout the week leading up to the season-opening Bahrain GP.

Last update: 03/14/22 5:24 p.m.

Sky Sports F1’s extensive preparation for the season-opening Bahrain GP begins with our new Monday night show – Every Monday Driven – and you can watch it live here.

Hosted by Matt Baker and Naomi Schiff, the 60-minute show will feature the best action, analysis, interviews and debate, reviewing pre-season testing while looking forward to this weekend’s highly anticipated first race.

Every Monday Driven will start at 6pm via our YouTube stream above, while you can also watch it on the Sky Sports F1 TV channel from 9pm and throughout the week before the live GP action begins from Bahrain on Friday.

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Naomi Schiff and Lewis Hamilton look back on their first meeting 12 years ago in South Africa. You can watch the full interview on ‘Any Driven Monday’ at 6pm on Sky Sports F1’s YouTube channel.

Naomi Schiff and Lewis Hamilton look back on their first meeting 12 years ago in South Africa. You can watch the full interview on ‘Any Driven Monday’ at 6pm on Sky Sports F1’s YouTube channel.

Follow the Bahrain GP live on Sky Sports F1

Sky Sports F1 is your home for every race this season, and it all starts with the Bahrain GP this weekend.

We’ll have a set-up throughout the week before covering all the live action from the Bahrain International Circuit, from Friday’s first practice session to Sunday’s season-opening Grand Prix.

Sky Sports F1 experts Martin Brundle, David Croft, Damon Hill, Ted Kravitz, Simon Lazenby, Natalie Pinkham and Naomi Schiff will all be in Bahrain to bring you unparalleled analysis and expert knowledge.

In a 2022 twist, the drivers’ press conference will take place on the Friday morning before the two practice sessions and our live F1 show, recapping the action.

Saturday qualifying and Sunday race – both live at 3 p.m. – will be followed by Ted’s Notebook, as the Formula 2 and Formula 3 championships begin in Bahrain.

As always, you can also follow the action online and on the Sky Sports app.

A new era begins here. F1 is finally back.

The Formula 1 season kicks off on Sky Sports F1 on Friday with the Bahrain GP. Sunday’s race starts at 3 p.m. Learn more & subscribe.




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