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Here are the details of Sky and Channel 4’s coverage of the 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix in the UK:
Friday 9th – Sunday 11th November 2018
|Day||Session||Channel||Coverage starts||Session starts||Session ends|
|Friday||Brazilian Grand Prix first practice live||Sky Sports F1||12:45||13:00||14:30|
|Friday||Brazilian Grand Prix second practice live||Sky Sports F1||16:45||17:00||18:30|
|Saturday||Brazilian Grand Prix third practice live||Sky Sports F1||13:45||14:00||15:00|
|Saturday||Brazilian Grand Prix qualifying live||Sky Sports F1||16:00||17:00|
|Saturday||Brazilian Grand Prix qualifying highlights||Channel 4||20:45|
|Sunday||Brazilian Grand Prix live||Sky Sports F1||15:30||17:10|
|Sunday||Brazilian Grand Prix highlights||Channel 4||22:30|
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4 comments on “2018 Brazilian Grand Prix TV Times”
5th November 2018, 17:07
A little detail here although not so relevant since it has zero impact on the UK (or European timings in general for that matter), but anyway: The local start time was initially supposed to be 3 pm, but it’s been brought forward by an hour back to the traditional 2 pm slot due to the start of DST having been pushed back to the third Sunday of November.
5th November 2018, 18:10
I take my words back. I just found out that the postponement of DST by two weeks had got canceled after all. BTW, Why were the session start times pushed back from the previous seasons anyway in the first place? I haven’t really been able to figure that out. In Baku, and Sochi the race starting hour was brought forward from the last season due to earlier sunset times following their respective schedule slot shifts, so that’s understandable, but Brazil and USA (where like in Baku, and Sochi, the starting hour was brought forward from previous seasons), not so much.
John H (@john-h)
5th November 2018, 23:21
No ten past the hour start time?
John H (@john-h)
5th November 2018, 23:22
Sorry my bad. I’m still learning to read obviously :)
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