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2017 Formula 1 Live on TV – UK

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Channel 4 and Sky Sports have confirmed the live broadcasting time details for the 2017 Formula 1 season. The dedicated Formula 1 channel – Sky Sports F1 – which coverage every F1 race with wide-ranging coverage, buildups, live practice sessions and qualifying. 4 hours live coverage of race day and of course the repeats and highlights.

Formula 1 live on TV: 2017 race calendar

26th March – Australian Grand Prix
Live on Sky Sports F1 – 6am BST, highlights on Channel 4

9th April – Chinese Grand Prix
Live on Sky Sports – 7am BST, highlights on Channel 4

16th April – Bahrain Grand Prix
Live on Channel 4 and Sky Sports – 4pm BST

30th April – Russian Grand Prix
Live on Channel 4 and Sky Sports – 1pm BST

14th May – Spanish Grand Prix
Live on Sky Sports – 1pm BST, highlights on Channel 4

28th May – Monaco Grand Prix 
Live on Channel 4 and Sky Sports – 1pm BST

11th June – Canadian Grand Prix
Live on Sky Sports – 7pm BST, highlights on Channel 4

25th June – European Grand Prix (Azerbaijan)
Live on Channel 4 and Sky Sports – 2pm BST

9th July – Austrian Grand Prix
Live on Sky Sports – 1pm BST, highlights on Channel 4

16th July – British Grand Prix (Silverstone)
Live on Channel 4 and Sky Sports – 1pm BST

30th July – Hungarian Grand Prix
Live on Sky Sports – 1pm BST, highlights on Channel 4

27th August – Belgian Grand Prix
Live on Channel 4 and Sky Sports – 1pm BST

3rd September – Italian Grand Prix
Live on Sky Sports – 1pm BST, highlights on Channel 4

17th September – Singapore Grand Prix
Live on Channel 4 and Sky Sports – 1pm BST

1st October – Malaysian Grand Prix
Live on Channel 4 and Sky Sports – 8am BST

8th October – Japanese Grand Prix
Live on Sky Sports – 6am BST, highlights on Channel 4

22nd October – USA Grand Prix
Live on Channel 4 and Sky Sports – 8pm BST

29th October – Mexican Grand Prix
Live on Sky Sports – 7pm GMT, highlights on Channel 4

12th November – Brazilian Grand Prix
Live on Sky Sports – 4pm GMT, highlights on Channel 4

26th November – Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Live on Channel 4 and Sky Sports – 1pm GMT

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