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2019 Mexican Grand Prix TV Times

2019 Mexican Grand Prix

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

Here are the details of Sky and Channel 4’s coverage of the 2019 Mexican Grand Prix in the UK and ESPN’s in the USA:

Note that the timings of this weekend’s race are affected by changes to daylight savings hours. Daylight savings ends in the UK and Mexico at 2am on Sunday October 27th.

2019 Mexican Grand Prix: Friday 25 October – Sunday 27 October 2019


DaySessionChannelCoverage startsSession startsSession ends
Friday (BST)Mexican Grand Prix first practice liveSky Sports F115:4516:0017:30
Friday (BST)Mexican Grand Prix second practice liveSky Sports F119:4520:0021:30
Saturday (BST)Mexican Grand Prix third practice liveSky Sports F115:4516:0017:00
Saturday (BST)Mexican Grand Prix qualifying liveSky Sports F118:0019:00
Saturday (BST)Mexican Grand Prix qualifying highlightsChannel 423:45
Sunday (GMT)Mexican Grand Prix liveSky Sports F117:3019:10
Sunday (GMT)Mexican Grand Prix highlightsChannel 423:00

USA (Eastern)

DaySessionChannelCoverage startsSession startsSession ends
FridayMexican Grand Prix first practice liveESPNU10:5511:0012:30
FridayMexican Grand Prix second practice liveESPNU14:5515:0016:30
SaturdayMexican Grand Prix third practice liveESPNNEWS10:5511:0012:00
SaturdayMexican Grand Prix qualifying liveESPNNEWS13:5514:00
SundayMexican Grand Prix liveESPN3/ABC13:5514:10

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Keith Collantine
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7 comments on “2019 Mexican Grand Prix TV Times”

  1. ”Note that the timings of this weekend’s race are affected by changes to daylight savings hours. Daylight savings ends in the UK and Mexico at 2am on Sunday October 27th.”
    – Wrong, the timings are unaffected by these shifts since they happen on the same day and in the same direction (back an hour in both Europe and Mexico), so, therefore, the time differences remain the same, and thus, the session starting times.

  2. Race is 40mins past midnight in India, will skip the live and watch repeat telecast on Tuesday or Wednesday.

    1. @Chaitanya
      Use hotstar and you can watch it on monday morning.

      1. This week we will be celebrating Diwali and on Monday its Bali pratipada/Padwa. There will be guests over at my place for the day and wont be able to skip cousins to watch GP which is why will watch it on Tuesday/Wednesday.

    2. @Chaitanya 00:40 is nothing compared to, for example, 04:10 in UTC+9 (Japan, the Koreas, etc.) Just pointing out for general-purpose not that I’d care a lot since I don’t live in that time zone.

      1. I know for Europeans fans following MotoGP on Sunday there is MotoGP(Phillip Island) and it starts at 630hrs(IST for Moto3) and I can imagine its going to be Midnight in Europe. Off all the races that take place in New world Brazillian GP is the best as it generally starts around 2230hrs IST and ends around midnight so on Monday I can comfortably get to work early in morning(Australian clients). I personally like European races which start around midday(GMT).

  3. @KeithCollantine just a small point – according to Channel 4’s own online TV listings and Freesat’s too, quali highlights are on at 22:45 tonight, not 23:45 as the above says currently.

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