This is the schedule for the Spanish Grand Prix

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Spanish Grand Prix F1 schedule
23 June at 10:15
  • Ben Stevens

Formula 1 returns to Europe and Spain this weekend after the Canadian Grand Prix, which saw a brilliant battle for the win between Max Verstappen and Lando Norris. In qualifying at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, the two were battling hard again. Lando Norris secured pole by just 0.020 seconds over Max Verstappen. Today's Grand Prix will surely be an exciting one after another close qualifying session. This is when F1 will take to the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya for the penultimate Spanish Grand Prix to be held at this circuit before F1 moves the circus to Madrid in 2026. 

The weekend isn't a sprint and has followed the classic Formula 1 schedule. There were three practice sessions, topped by Lando Norris, Lewis Hamilton and Carlos Sainz respectively. F2 and F3 have supported F1 this weekend, too. Lando Norris will lead the grid to turn 1 today. Max Verstappen will follow him on the first row, and an all-Mercedes second-row lockout, headed by Lewis Hamilton, will also be chasing the McLaren into the first corner. It is just the second time this season that Lewis Hamilton has outqualified George Russell.  

The Schedule for the Spanish Grand Prix

Sunday, June 23rd: 

Grand Prix: 14:00

*All times in BST

Where can I watch the Spanish Grand Prix?

All sessions will be available to watch live on Sky Sports in the UK and Ireland. 

Can you watch the Spanish Grand Prix without Sky Sports F1?

If you are located in the United Kingdom, you can't watch the Spanish Grand Prix without paying for Sky Sports F1. For fans outside of the UK, the race at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya will be shown on F1TV Pro in most countries worldwide. Sky has the rights to broadcast Sky Sports F1 in Germany, Italy and others. ViaPlay has the rights to broadcast F1 in some locations worldwide, including the Netherlands.