What channel is F1 on in India today? TV schedule, race start time for 2023 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen will be looking to build on his fine form when the action gets underway at this weekend’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.
The Dutch driver proved too difficult for the pursuit at the Bahrain International Circuit two weekends ago and will be looking to add another race win to his quest for the 2023 World Drivers’ Championship title.
However, his teammate Sergio Perez as well as Ferrari duo Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz will have different ideas as all three look to take the checkered flag at the Jeddah Street Circuit themselves.
For all the details on how to follow this weekend’s F1 action, The sports news got you covered.
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What channel is F1 racing on today?
- race: Saudi Arabian Grand Prix
- Date: Sunday March 19th
- TV channel: N / A
- Live broadcast: F1 TV Pro
For the 2023 Formula 1 season, Star Sports and Hotstar have decided not to renew the streaming rights for Formula 1 in India, much to the shock of fans across the country.
As a result, no TV network is currently scheduled to host the promotion year-round.
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When does the F1 race start today?
- Date: Sunday March 19th
- Start time: 10:30 p.m. (ACTUAL)
With Sunday’s race starting at 20:00 local time, the action for fans in India will begin at 22:30 IST.
Below is the full televised schedule for this weekend’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix sessions.
|Friday March 17th||practice 1||19:00|
|Friday March 17th||practice 2||10:30 p.m|
|Saturday March 18th||exercise 3||19:00|
|Saturday March 18th||qualification||10:30 p.m|
|Sunday March 19th||race||10:30 p.m|
Formula 1 live stream for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix
Formula 1 fans in India can live stream Sunday’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix via the sport’s official F1 TV Pro.
To expand the sport’s viewership, the digital platform will broadcast every 23 race weekends throughout the season. This coverage includes live coverage of the practice and qualifying sessions, as well as the races themselves.
Fans can sign up and pay either Rs 399 ($3.99) per month or Rs 2,999 ($29.99) for F1 TV Pro. Multiple users can reportedly share a single F1 TV Pro account, but live streaming of races can only be done from one device at a time.
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Formula 1 schedule 2023
In 2023, the Formula 1 calendar will consist of 23 races on four different continents.
The promotion began with the Bahrain Grand Prix on March 5th and will end in Abu Dhabi on November 26th.
|5. March||Bahrain Grand Prix|
|19th March||Saudi Arabian Grand Prix|
|2nd of April||Australian Grand Prix|
|April, 30th||Azerbaijan Grand Prix|
|May 7th||Miami Grand Prix|
|May 21st||Grand Prix of Emilia-Romagna|
|28th of May||Monaco Grand Prix|
|June 4th||Spanish Grand Prix|
|18th of June||Canadian Grand Prix|
|2nd July||Grand Prix of Austria|
|July 9th||British Grand Prix|
|July 23||Hungarian Grand Prix|
|30th July||Belgian Grand Prix|
|27.8||Dutch Grand Prix|
|September 3rd||Italian Grand Prix|
|17th of September||Singapore Grand Prix|
|09/24||Japanese Grand Prix|
|8th October||Qatar Grand Prix|
|October 22nd||United States Grand Prix|
|October 29th||Mexican Grand Prix|
|November 5th||Brazilian Grand Prix|
|19.11||Las Vegas Grand Prix|
|11/26||Abu Dhabi Grand Prix|
F1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix 2023 odds
odds over Dafabet (India). Quotas valid from March 14th.
|Sergio Perez||6:00 am|
|Nyck de Vries||2501|