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2021 Belgian Grand Prix TV Times

2021 Belgian Grand Prix

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Join us on RaceFans Live throughout every session of the Belgian 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 Belgian Grand Prix live in the UK and USA:

2021 Belgian Grand Prix: Friday 27 August – Sunday 29 August 2021


DaySessionChannelSession startsSession ends
FridayBelgian Grand Prix first practice liveSky Sports F110:3011:30
FridayBelgian Grand Prix second practice liveSky Sports F114:0015:00
SaturdayBelgian Grand Prix Formula 3 race one liveSky Sports F109:35
SaturdayBelgian Grand Prix third practice liveSky Sports F111:0012:00
SaturdayBelgian Grand Prix qualifying liveSky Sports F114:00
SaturdayBelgian Grand Prix W Series race liveChannel 415:00
SaturdayBelgian Grand Prix Formula 3 race two liveSky Sports F116:55
SaturdayBelgian Grand Prix qualifying highlightsChannel 418:00
SundayBelgian Grand Prix Formula 3 race three liveSky Sports F109:40
SundayBelgian Grand Prix liveSky Sports F114:00
SundayBelgian Grand Prix highlightsChannel 418:30

USA (Eastern)

DaySessionChannelSession startsSession ends
FridayBelgian Grand Prix first practice liveESPN205:3006:30
FridayBelgian Grand Prix second practice liveESPNU09:0010:00
SaturdayBelgian Grand Prix third practice liveESPN206:0007:00
SaturdayBelgian Grand Prix qualifying liveESPN209:00
SundayBelgian Grand Prix liveESPN209:00

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Other races this weekend

28/8/2021: British F4 round 16: Thruxton
28/8/2021: Indy Pro 2000 round 16: New Jersey
28/8/2021: Super Formula Lights round 13: Motegi
28/8/2021: USF2000 round 16: New Jersey
29/8/2021: British F4 round 17: Thruxton
29/8/2021: British F4 round 18: Thruxton
29/8/2021: Indy Pro 2000 round 17: New Jersey
29/8/2021: Indy Pro 2000 round 18: New Jersey
29/8/2021: Super Formula round 5: Motegi
29/8/2021: Super Formula Lights round 14: Motegi
29/8/2021: Super Formula Lights round 15: Motegi
29/8/2021: USF2000 round 17: New Jersey
29/8/2021: USF2000 round 18: New Jersey

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11 comments on “2021 Belgian Grand Prix TV Times”

  1. AJ (@asleepatthewheel)
    23rd August 2021, 7:27

    Great to see it’s race week again!

    1. Didn’t you mean rawe ceek ;)

  2. MotoGP is also having a race weekend at Silverstone. Generally premier class at Silverstone starts at 1930(IST) but thanks to F1 Belgian GP starting at 1830(IST) MotoGP has moved start time to 1730(IST) which means Moto2 will be sacrificed for viewership. Anyways a fun weekend ahead.

    1. Looks like Cal Crutchlow will be riding Maverick Viñales’ bike too!

      1. Given Jake Dixon is being promoted to SRT, Cal might end up with Maverick’s bike this weekend.

  3. I love this track, I hope we get a semi decent race this year though. Last year’s was pretty bad.

  4. Any recommendations on what the best place is to see the qualis at the track? I managed to grab a Saturday ticket this year.

    1. I was just before Pouhon corner at that small straight, pretty good view and you can see which cars can go flat and which can’t. And you are pretty close to the track. Wasn’t too crowded in 2019.
      I think Les Combes is a good spot too.

    2. Standing at Eau Rouge is good as you’re very near the track and normally have a large video screen nearby.

    3. If you’re talking about a Bronze ticket, the available areas these days are tiny compared to, say, the 90s.

      From what’s available now, I’d agree with Adis about Pouhon. To get a great (and close-up) view of the cars, inside of Rivage hairpin.

  5. I know it’s off topic, but there’ nowhere right to ask: what happened to the predictions championship? why is it still stuck to before Silverstone?

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