TV channel and live stream

Don’t miss a moment of the action (Picture: Peter Fox/Getty Images)

Formula 1 fans in the UK will be tuning in again this year to watch the world’s best drivers battle it out to become world champions.

The sport has grown in popularity in recent years due to Netflix’s hugely popular Drive to Survive series, as well as changes in technical regulations that have helped encourage closer racing.

Red Bull and Max Verstappen are the hot favorites to reclaim their world titles from last season, while Ferrari and Mercedes are desperate to catch up.

Lewis Hamilton is unlikely to win an eighth world title this year, while Aston Martin have made great strides compared to last season and their car will be a force to be reckoned with in the hands of Fernando Alonso.

Find out how to watch the 2023 F1 season on TV and live stream in the UK.

How to watch F1 on TV

Sky Sports has the rights to broadcast F1 in the UK.

Every practice session, qualifying session and race of the 23 Grands Prix is ​​broadcast live on Sky Sports F1.

The sport is growing in popularity (Image: Michael Potts/BSR Agency/Getty Images)

Some sessions will also be broadcast simultaneously on Sky Sports Main Event.

As in previous seasons, Channel 4 has the rights to broadcast the British Grand Prix live in July.

On the other 22 Grand Prix weekends, Channel 4 will show extended highlights of qualifying on a Saturday and racing on a Sunday.

How to watch F1 live stream

Sky customers can stream F1 live on the Sky Sports website and with the Sky Go app.

Non-Sky fans can continue to watch F1 by purchasing a NOW TV daily subscription for £11.99 or a monthly subscription for £34.99 per month, which provide access to live stream Sky Sports channels.

How to listen to the radio

The BBC has exclusive rights to broadcast F1 live radio in the UK.

Commentary will be broadcast on BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Radio 5 Sports Extra.

Lewis Hamilton faces a difficult year (Image: Dan Istitene – Formula 1/Formula 1 via Getty Images)

F1 2023 schedule

ROUND 1 – Bahrain

Bahrain International Circuit, 3rd-5th March

ROUND 2 – Saudi Arabia

Jeddah Corniche Circuit, 17th-19th March

ROUND 3 – Australia

Albert Park, Melbourne, March 31 – April 2

ROUND 4 – Azerbaijan (Sprint)

Baku City Circuit, 28-30 April

ROUND 5 – Miami

Miami International Autodrome, May 5-7 May

ROUND 6 – Emilia Romagna

Circuit of Imola, 19-21. May

ROUND 7 – Monaco

Circuit de Monaco, 26-28. May

ROUND 8 – Spain

Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, 2nd-4th June

ROUND 9 – Canada

Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, 16th-18th June

ROUND 10 – Austria (Sprint)

Red Bull Ring, June 30th – July 2nd

ROUND 11 – Great Britain

Silverstone Circuit, 7th-9th July

ROUND 12 – Hungary

Hungaroring, 21.-23. July

LAP 13 – Belgium (Sprint)

Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, 28-30. July

ROUND 14 – Netherlands

Circuit Zandvoort, 25.-27. August

ROUND 15 – Italy

Monza Circuit, September 1st to 3rd

ROUND 16 – Singapore

Marina Bay Street Circuit, September 15-17

ROUND 17 – Japan

Suzuka International Racing Course, 22nd-24th September

ROUND 18 – Qatar (Sprint)

Lusail International Circuit, 6th-8th October

ROUND 19 – United States (Sprint)

Circuit of the Americas, Oct. 20-22 October

ROUND 20 – Mexico

Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, 27-29. October

LAP 21 – Brazil (Sprint)

Interlagos Circuit, 3rd-5th November

ROUND 22 – Las Vegas

Las Vegas Street Circuit, November 16-18

ROUND 23 – Abu Dhabi

Yas Marina Circuit, 24th-26th November

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