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2020 Hungarian Grand Prix TV Times

2020 Hungarian Grand Prix

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

2020 Hungarian Grand Prix: Friday 17 July – Sunday 19 July 2020

UK (BST)

Day Session Channel Coverage Starts Session Starts Session Ends
Friday Hungarian Grand Prix first practice live Sky Sports F1 9:30 10:00 11:30
Friday Hungarian Grand Prix second practice live Sky Sports F1 13:45 14:00 15:30
Saturday IndyCar Iowa race one Sky Sports F1 1:30 2:15
Saturday Hungarian Formula 3 race one Sky Sports F1 9:20 9:20
Saturday Hungarian Grand Prix third practice live Sky Sports F1 10:45 11:00 12:00
Saturday Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying live Sky Sports F1 13:30 14:00
Saturday Hungarian Formula 2 race one Sky Sports F1 15:35 15:45
Saturday Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying highlights Channel 4 18:45
Sunday IndyCar Iowa race two Sky Sports F1 1:30 1:45
Sunday Hungarian Formula 3 race two Sky Sports F1 8:35 8:35
Sunday Hungarian Formula 2 race two Sky Sports F1 10:00 10:10
Sunday Hungarian Grand Prix race live Sky Sports F1 13:00 14:10
Sunday Hungarian Grand Prix race highlights Channel 4 19:30

USA (Eastern)

Day Session Channel Coverage Starts Session Starts Session Ends
Friday Hungarian Grand Prix first practice live ESPN2 4:55 5:00 6:30
Friday Hungarian Grand Prix second practice live ESPN2 8:55 9:00 10:30
Friday IndyCar Iowa race one NBCSN 20:30 21:15
Saturday Hungarian Grand Prix third practice live ESPN2 5:55 6:00 7:00
Saturday Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying live ESPN 8:55 9:00
Saturday IndyCar Iowa race two NBCSN 20:30 20:45
Sunday Hungarian Grand Prix race live ESPN 8:00 9:10

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6 comments on “2020 Hungarian Grand Prix TV Times”

  1. ColdFly (@)
    14th July 2020, 10:25

    I’m I the only one struggling once again with F1TV when the race started?
    It all works fine now and during, FP and quali. But as soon as the race starts it either get’s stuck in buffering (last week), or doesn’t recognise my password (this week).

    1. I only just took it. There was the occasional issue with buffering but then I was in a house with bad 4g coverage.
      I definitely had the issue with the password though, worked fine on my mac but not my android phone.

    2. Ben Rowe (@thegianthogweed)
      15th July 2020, 18:31

      I can only think it is related to to traffic as the race will be peak viewing time. I’ve had this twice with NowTV where you pay for a pass for a weekend. Only to find 5 minutes before the race started, the image suddenly looks like a 144p youtube video that constantly buffers. It seems to have got more reliable now, but I still hate watching F1 via anything that involves streaming. It is nowhere near as reliable as freeview or cable TV.

  2. MotoGP season is restarting this weekend also there seems to be conflicts with football matches. Given this is Hungarian GP and a good chance it might be boring, I will end up watching MotoGP instead which is bound to be far more entertaining.

    1. I agree with your thought process @chaitanya

  3. @keithcollantine, many thanks for posting the US times for the coverage!

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