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How to watch the British Grand Prix without Sky Sports

How to watch the British Grand Prix on TV without Sky Sports

7 July at 09:45
Last update 6 July at 09:28

The British Grand Prix is set to be a race not to miss as Lando Norris seeks revenge on Max Verstappen in front of his home fans, following their crash at the Austrian Grand Prix. As usual, Sky Sports will broadcast the British Grand Prix, but views in the United Kingdom can also watch live on Channel 4 this weekend.

What is the Sky Sports F1 broadcast schedule for the British Grand Prix?

Sky Sports F1 will begin build-up for the Grand Prix at 13:30pm BST on Sunday afternoon. The race will start at 3pm, followed by the reaction, which begins after the race. Ted's Notebook will return this weekend and will start at 18:00 BST. David Croft will return to commentary after missing the British Grand Prix.

Sky Sports F1 will also broadcast F2 and F3 this weekend.

How can you watch Sky Sports F1?

Sky Sports F1 is available in the United Kingdom and Ireland. You can purchase the channel through a package offered by Sky themselves. You can also buy a package which includes Sky Sports F1 on Virgin Media TV. You can also add Sky Sports F1 if you are with BT TV, or stream Sky Sports F1 online via NOW TV, where you can purchase a monthly package.

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

If you are located in the United Kingdom, normally you can only watch the event on Sky Sports. But, due to rules around free-to-air coverage for home races, the event will be shown live on Channel 4. They will broadcast every single practice session, qualifying and the race itself on Sunday. For fans outside of the UK, the race at the Red Bull Ring will be shown on F1TV Pro in most countries worldwide. Sky has the rights to broadcast Sky Sports F1 in Germany, Italy and others. ViaPlayhas the rights to broadcast F1 in some locations worldwide, including the Netherlands.