2021 British Grand Prix TV Times

2021 British Grand Prix

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Join us on RaceFans Live throughout every session of the British 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’s how to watch the 2021 British Grand Prix live in the UK and USA:

2021 British Grand Prix: Friday 16 July – Sunday 18 July 2021

UK (BST)

DaySessionChannelSession startsSession ends
FridayBritish Grand Prix first practice liveChannel 414:3015:30
FridayBritish Grand Prix first practice liveSky Sports F114:3015:30
FridayBritish Grand Prix qualifying liveChannel 418:00
FridayBritish Grand Prix qualifying liveSky Sports F118:00
SaturdayBritish Grand Prix Formula 2 race one liveSky Sports F108:50
SaturdayBritish Grand Prix second practice liveChannel 412:0013:00
SaturdayBritish Grand Prix second practice liveSky Sports F112:0013:00
SaturdayW Series Silverstone liveChannel 413:25
SaturdayBritish Grand Prix Formula 2 race two liveSky Sports F114:45
SaturdayBritish Grand Prix sprint qualifying liveChannel 416:3017:00
SaturdayBritish Grand Prix sprint qualifying liveSky Sports F116:3017:00
SundayBritish Grand Prix Formula 2 race three liveSky Sports F110:50
SundayBritish Grand Prix liveChannel 415:00
SundayBritish Grand Prix liveSky Sports F115:00

USA (Eastern)

DaySessionChannelSession startsSession ends
FridayBritish Grand Prix first practice liveESPN209:3010:30
FridayBritish Grand Prix qualifying liveESPNU13:00
SaturdayBritish Grand Prix second practice liveESPN207:0008:00
SaturdayBritish Grand Prix sprint qualifying liveESPN211:3012:00
SundayBritish Grand Prix liveESPN10:00

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Other races this weekend

17/7/2021: F4 USA round 10: Brainerd
17/7/2021: Formula Regional Americas round 7: Brainerd
18/7/2021: F4 USA round 11: Brainerd
18/7/2021: F4 USA round 12: Brainerd
18/7/2021: Formula Regional Americas round 8: Brainerd
18/7/2021: Formula Regional Americas round 9: Brainerd

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5 comments on “2021 British Grand Prix TV Times”

  1. I still don’t quite get the spring qualifying race starting time. Qualifying, yes, but for the latter, commencing two hours after the preceding practice session, like FP3 and QLF on normal weekends, should also work.

  2. Seems i wil miss the qualifying live that is a stupid time as most people are working or are traveling to home at that time.

  3. A smarter plan would have been to have the ‘normal’ qualifying session on Saturday morning and to keep the two FP sessions to Friday, but I guess money talks and it gives Silverstone/FOM an excuse to charge crazy amounts for Friday tickets.

    1. As its a sprint and naturally doesnt take that long, it could just replace Q2 and Q3 on a Saturday at the normal time. Q1 could set the sprint grid, and after returning to the pits the drivers could just form up on the grid ready to start the sprint.

  4. F1 programme start times would’ve been good, but hey… 😕

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