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2020 British Grand Prix TV Times

2020 British Grand Prix

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

2020 British Grand Prix: Friday 31 July – Sunday 2 August 2020

UK (BST)

DaySessionChannelCoverage StartsSession StartsSession Ends
FridayBritish Grand Prix first practice liveSky Sports F110:3011:0012:30
FridayBritish Grand Prix first practice liveChannel 410:5511:0012:30
FridayBritish Grand Prix second practice liveSky Sports F114:4515:0016:30
FridayBritish Grand Prix second practice liveChannel 414:5515:0016:30
SaturdayBritish Formula 3 race oneSky Sports F19:209:25
SaturdayBritish Grand Prix third practice liveSky Sports F110:4511:0012:00
SaturdayBritish Grand Prix third practice liveChannel 410:5511:0012:00
SaturdayBritish Grand Prix qualifying liveSky Sports F113:0014:00
SaturdayBritish Grand Prix qualifying liveChannel 413:0014:00
SaturdayBritish Formula 2 race oneSky Sports F115:3515:45
SundayBritish Formula 3 race twoSky Sports F18:358:45
SundayBritish Formula 2 race twoSky Sports F110:0010:10
SundayBritish Grand Prix race liveSky Sports F112:3014:10
SundayBritish Grand Prix race liveChannel 413:0014:10

USA (Eastern)

DaySessionChannelCoverage StartsSession StartsSession Ends
FridayHungarian Grand Prix first practice liveESPN25:306:007:30
FridayHungarian Grand Prix second practice liveESPN29:5510:0011:30
SaturdayHungarian Grand Prix third practice liveESPN26:557:008:00
SaturdayHungarian Grand Prix qualifying liveESPN28:559:00
SundayHungarian Grand Prix race liveESPN28:009:10

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17 comments on “2020 British Grand Prix TV Times”

  1. What’s the weather predictions for this weekend?

    1. Well it’s British Summer Time so we’ll have to let you know on Sunday night :)

      1. LoL. Is it really that unpredictable? Sounds exciting!

    2. What’s the weather predictions for this weekend?

      These are normally done on Thursday so the information reflects up-to-date forecasts.

      1. @keithcollantine Is there a feature you can use where you put the times in as UTC, then it can adjust automatically for the local time the reader is in?

    3. I live fairly close to Silverstone, according to my weather forecast it’ll be hot on Friday (high 20s), cooler Saturday and Sunday with a small chance of a shower on Sunday.

  2. The US appears to be two weeks behind!

  3. A Croft free weekend!!!!! Happy Days. :)

    1. A Croft free weekend!!!!! Happy Days. :)

      Ha ha indeed!

  4. What’s the point in having the FP2 commence at 15:00 when the qualifying starts at 14:00 and the race (or more precisely the formation lap) at 14:10? Why not 10:00-11:30 and 14:00-15:30 for FP1 and FP2 respectively for the sake of consistency? These types of inconsistencies appearing in some places with the FP2, QLF, and the race not starting during the same hour are something I don’t really get.

    1. It can allow the teams more time to work on the car between practice sessions.

      1. @Simon No, it doesn’t because the gap between FP1 and FP2 is the same (2h30min), while the gap between FP2 and FP3 is 60 minutes less with these Friday-session timings.

  5. Nobody tell anyone on the US east coast the result!

      1. I wonder who is going to win the Hungarian GP?

  6. I am expecting Lewis to dominate this weekend.

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