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2020 Styrian Grand Prix TV Times

2020 Styrian Grand Prix

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Here are the details of Sky and Channel 4’s coverage of the 2020 Styrian Grand Prix in the UK and ESPN’s in the USA:

2020 Styrian Grand Prix: Friday 10 July – Sunday 12 July 2020

UK (BST)

DaySessionChannelCoverage StartsSession StartsSession Ends
FridayStyrian Grand Prix first practice liveSky Sports F19:3010:0011:30
FridayStyrian Grand Prix second practice liveSky Sports F113:4514:0015:30
SaturdayStyrian Formula 3 race one liveSky Sports F19:159:20
SaturdayStyrian Grand Prix third practice liveSky Sports F110:4511:0012:00
SaturdayStyrian Grand Prix qualifying liveSky Sports F113:3014:00
SaturdayStyrian Formula 2 feature race liveSky Sports F115:3015:45
SaturdayStyrian Grand Prix qualifying highlightsChannel 418:30
SaturdayIndyCar Grand Prix of Road America race one liveSky Sports F122:0022:15
SundayStyrian Formula 3 race two liveSky Sports F18:358:35
SundayStyrian Formula 2 sprint race liveSky Sports F110:0010:10
SundayStyrian Grand Prix liveSky Sports F113:0014:00
SaturdayIndyCar Grand Prix of Road America race two liveSky Sports F117:3017:42
SundayStyrian Grand Prix race highlightsChannel 418:30

USA (Eastern)

DaySessionChannelCoverage StartsSession StartsSession Ends
FridayStyrian Grand Prix first practice liveESPN24:555:006:30
FridayStyrian Grand Prix second practice liveESPN28:559:0010:30
SaturdayStyrian Grand Prix third practice liveESPN25:556:007:00
SaturdayStyrian Grand Prix qualifying liveESPN8:559:00
SaturdayIndyCar Grand Prix of Road America race one liveNBCSN17:0017:15
SundayStyrian Grand Prix liveESPN8:009:10
SundayIndyCar Grand Prix of Road America race two liveNBCSN12:3012:42

NB. F1 third practice has been cancelled due to heavy rain at the track

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9 comments on “2020 Styrian Grand Prix TV Times”

  1. This weekend there is no scheduling conflict with football. What is the weather going to be like this weekend?

    1. @Chaitanya For the moment, there’s a chance of rain for both qualifying and race day – 28 degrees forecasted for practice day followed by 20 and 21 for QLF and race day respectively.

      1. Thanks for info, so overall(hopefully) cooler weekends and we can certainly hope for a wet weekend to mix things up.

  2. There is a second Indycar race at Road America on Sunday night as well.

    1. AJ (@asleepatthewheel)
      7th July 2020, 6:19

      Early forecast predicts wet quali (90% chance of rain). Race day appears to be dry, but hoping for mixed conditions.

    2. Gavin Campbell
      7th July 2020, 9:17

      Yeah should be on at 17:30 in the UK (BST).

      I wonder if F1 will adopt this approach moving forward if they are struggling to get their races in – IE instead of back to back weekends you practice on thursday, qualify Friday and race Saturday. Then either Quali Sunday AM or use a different means of setting the grid (say fastest laps in the race or something?) with a second race on the Sunday.

      This could be the way forward if F1 gets stuck in Europe and is running out of weekends or humans as this is one punshing schedule at the moment – it could let the crews have some weekends off!

      Its not something I’d like to see permentantly in F1 but IndyCar does it once per year with the “Duel in Detroit” back to back races following the Indy 500 – so theres scope to do it possibly as a particular event on the calendar.

    3. @t-a-r Thanks – both are in there now

  3. Shouldn’t the starting time be 14:10 instead of 14:00 ?

  4. Do they really need another 3 practice sessions?

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