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2017 Brazilian Grand Prix TV Times

2017 Brazilian Grand Prix

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Join us on F1 Fanatic Live throughout every session of the Brazilian Grand Prix weekend. Look out for the live page on the site during every session and follow all the action with your fellow F1 Fanatics.

Here are the details of Sky and Channel 4’s coverage of the 2017 Brazilian Grand Prix in the UK:

Friday 10th – Sunday 12th November 2017

DaySessionChannelCoverage startsSession startsSession ends
FridayBrazilian Grand Prix first practice liveSky Sports F111:4512:0013:30
FridayBrazilian Grand Prix second practice liveSky Sports F115:4516:0017:30
SaturdayBrazilian Grand Prix third practice liveSky Sports F112:4513:0014:00
SaturdayBrazilian Grand Prix qualifying liveSky Sports F115:0016:00
SaturdayBrazilian Grand Prix qualifying highlightsChannel 419:30
SundayBrazilian Grand Prix liveSky Sports F114:3016:00
SundayBrazilian Grand Prix highlightsChannel 422:30

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Keith Collantine
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13 comments on “2017 Brazilian Grand Prix TV Times”

  1. Sure would be nice to have TV times for the US as well!

    1. @amail Sorry if I’m a bit arrogant (I don’t intend to be), but this is a UK-based website, not US-based, so why should the US times be anymore obligatory to show on a UK-based site than for example the Australian equivalents? There are separative sites for the purpose you suggested. Should Keith show the US times, then he might as well separately show the times for all the rest of the countries in the world as well, LOL.

      1. Not arrogant at all! Yes, it’s a UK based site, but it’s the best one going in my book. Keith’s happy to do Weekend Wrapups to include Nascar and Aussie V8 Supercar races; he’s not got a strictly UK focus.

        1. Indeed but that’s additional content to the main F1 focus, which obviously from a UK point of view. Otherwise you could demand countless other countries broadcasting schedules. Starting with Australia or other English speaking countries or even countries with different languages. For this purpose there is the time zone converter on F1.com which is working quite well.

        2. Last I checked it’s a round planet with everyone connected by the internet. This is the best F1 page available on the web, hands down. It would be nice to see the TV schedule for other English speaking countries. It could only increase the appeal of this site world wide.

    2. @amail – It’s even worse than a whole planet of TV times. Because of the lack of free-to-air coverage, quite often I listen to qualification and live races on the “radio” (legal Internet audio streams) – so I’d be voting for radio information too.
      Maybe what we should do is send any useful local information, some time in advance, to Keith to collate and publish. International media page anyone?

  2. Autumn. Dark evenings. Cold. Then the Brazilian GP comes along to brighten up a Sunday evening! Can’t wait already and it’s only Monday.

  3. Half ten on a Sunday night !

    Channel 4 really have given up…

    1. Not really. The highlights are usually a good few hours after the race finishes. The program starts 4 and a half hours after the green flag and when you consider that the race can be up to four hours it’s not that much of a delay. To look at other sports MOTD goes out at 10.30 on a Saturday and most of the games finished at 4.45.
      It takes time for them to decide what makes the cut and what doesn’t.

    2. Give the producers a chance!

    3. No, Bernie gave up on channel4 (and terrestrial generally).

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