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2020 Tuscan Grand Prix Ferrari 1000 TV Times

2020 Tuscan Ferrari 1000 Grand Prix

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2020 Tuscan Grand Prix Ferrari 1000: Friday 11 September – Sunday 13 September

UK (BST)

Day Session Channel Coverage starts Session starts Session ends
Friday Tuscan Grand Prix Ferrari 1000 first practice live Sky Sports F1 09:30 10:00 11:30
Friday Tuscan Grand Prix Ferrari 1000 second practice live Sky Sports F1 13:45 14:00 15:30
Saturday Formula 3 Mugello race one live Sky Sports F1 09:20 09:25
Saturday Tuscan Grand Prix Ferrari 1000 third practice live Sky Sports F1 10:45 11:00 12:00
Saturday Tuscan Grand Prix Ferrari 1000 qualifying live Sky Sports F1 13:00 14:00
Saturday Formula 2 Mugello feature race live Sky Sports F1 15:35 15:40
Saturday Tuscan Grand Prix Ferrari 1000 qualifying highlights Channel 4 19:30
Saturday IndyCar Mid-Ohio race one live Sky Sports F1 21:30 22:00
Sunday Formula 3 Mugello race two live Sky Sports F1 09:20 09:25
Sunday Formula 2 Mugello sprint race live Sky Sports F1 10:45 10:50
Sunday Tuscan Grand Prix Ferrari 1000 live Sky Sports F1 12:30 14:10
Sunday Tuscan Grand Prix Ferrari 1000 highlights Channel 4 18:30
Sunday IndyCar Mid-Ohio race two live Sky Sports F1 18:00 18:05

USA (Eastern)

Day Session Channel Coverage starts Session starts Session ends
Friday Tuscan Grand Prix Ferrari 1000 first practice live ESPN 4:55 5:00 6:30
Friday Tuscan Grand Prix Ferrari 1000 second practice live ESPN2 8:55 9:00 10:30
Saturday Tuscan Grand Prix Ferrari 1000 third practice live ESPN 5:55 6:00 7:00
Saturday Tuscan Grand Prix Ferrari 1000 qualifying live ESPN2 8:55 9:00
Saturday IndyCar Mid-Ohio race one live NBCSN 16:30 17:00
Sunday Tuscan Grand Prix Ferrari 1000 live ESPN2 9:05 9:10
Sunday IndyCar Mid-Ohio race two live NBC 13:00 13:05

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    9 comments on “2020 Tuscan Grand Prix Ferrari 1000 TV Times”

    1. This logo of Mugello circuit is very cool.

    2. This one is gonna be especially painful for Ferrari and the tifosi, methinks…

      1. @joeypropane And even more so since there’s probably going to be people on the stands.

    3. The title of this article is pretty confusing, to be honest.

      1. Just take your time and sound out all the words. You can do it!

      2. Year, Name of Race, Tv Times. Not that hard, is it?

    4. Is it to late for Ferrari to have their name removed from the promos? The mood inside the team is morbid to say the least. Being destroyed at their own circuit in a race carrying their name is going to be near unbearable.
      I wonder if Piero or any of the Agnelli family will attend?

    5. Just hope they’ve had the good sense to not give out ‘Ferrari 1000’ trophies, I’m sure they’d look nice behind the front desk at Brackley…

      1. For MotoGP , it looks like the trophies handed out at Mugello might be regions emblem or something and they are distinct from rest of other venue trophies. Given other venues also hand out same trophies across all motorsports, Mugello organisers will be handing out same trophies to F1 winner as MotoGP.

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