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2021 Russian Grand Prix TV Times

2021 Russian Grand Prix

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Join us on RaceFans Live throughout every session of the Russian Grand Prix weekend. Look out for the live page on the site during every session and follow all the action with your fellow RaceFans. Plus there’s three races each from Formula 2 and Formula 3 in Russia and the IndyCar season finale from Long Beach.

Here’s how to watch the 2021 Russian Grand Prix live in the UK and USA:

2021 Russian Grand Prix: Friday 24 September – Sunday 26 September 2021

UK (BST)

DaySessionChannelSession startsSession ends
FridayRussian Grand Prix first practice liveSky Sports F109:3010:30
FridayRussian Grand Prix second practice liveSky Sports F113:0014:00
SaturdayRussian Grand Prix Formula 3 race one liveSky Sports F106:35
SaturdayRussian Grand Prix Formula 2 race one liveSky Sports F108:30
SaturdayRussian Grand Prix third practice liveSky Sports F110:0011:00
SaturdayRussian Grand Prix Formula 3 race two liveSky Sports F111:40
SaturdayRussian Grand Prix qualifying liveSky Sports F113:00
SaturdayRussian Grand Prix Formula 2 race two liveSky Sports F114:45
SaturdayRussian Grand Prix qualifying highlightsChannel 417:50
SundayRussian Grand Prix Formula 3 race three liveSky Sports F107:55
SundayRussian Grand Prix Formula 2 race three liveSky Sports F109:20
SundayRussian Grand Prix liveSky Sports F113:00
SundayRussian Grand Prix highlightsChannel 417:30
SundayIndyCar Grand Prix of Long Beach liveSky Sports F120:45

USA (Eastern)

DaySessionChannelSession startsSession ends
FridayRussian Grand Prix first practice liveESPN204:3005:30
FridayRussian Grand Prix second practice liveESPNU08:0009:00
SaturdayRussian Grand Prix third practice liveESPN205:0006:00
SaturdayRussian Grand Prix qualifying liveESPN208:00
SundayRussian Grand Prix liveESPN208:00
SundayIndyCar Grand Prix of Long Beach liveNBCSN12:45

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Other races this weekend

25/9/2021: Australian Formula Ford round 16: Phillip Island
25/9/2021: Australian Formula Ford round 17: Phillip Island
25/9/2021: British F4 round 22: Silverstone
25/9/2021: Euroformula Open round 13: Monza
25/9/2021: F4 USA round 13: Virginia
25/9/2021: Formula Regional Americas round 13: Virginia
25/9/2021: French F4 round 13: Monza
25/9/2021: French F4 round 14: Monza
26/9/2021: Australian Formula Ford round 18: Phillip Island
26/9/2021: British F4 round 23: Silverstone
26/9/2021: British F4 round 24: Silverstone
26/9/2021: Euroformula Open round 14: Monza
26/9/2021: F4 USA round 14: Virginia
26/9/2021: F4 USA round 15: Virginia
26/9/2021: Formula Regional Americas round 14: Virginia
26/9/2021: Formula Regional Americas round 15: Virginia
26/9/2021: French F4 round 15: Monza

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7 comments on “2021 Russian Grand Prix TV Times”

  1. After such an intense triple-header it’s a real bummer to have to wait 4 weeks till the next race.
    No offence, Sochi

    1. @picasso-19d-ftw Sochi Autodrom isn’t the worst circuit ever.

      1. @jerejj no I agree, not the worst ever. Valencia probably also had about the same amount of visual appeal, although it did at least once have a flying Red Bull to add some interest. And there was that Las Vegas car park back in the day that was probably not too amazing. I can’t think of any that are worse on the current calendar though (giving Saudi Arabia a break since we haven’t seen it). And after three weeks of three great tracks with distinctive layouts, superb settings and crowds between enthusiastic and insane, going to this concrete-walled maze is at best like having a glass of water between courses of a delicious meal in order to clear the palate.
        Maybe they should run a reverse grid to spice it up [ducks]

      2. @jerejj I’m happy to eat my words regarding the Sochi race, that was a proper nail-biter despite being an awful track. Just a shame the dream fell apart at the end!

    2. Jimmy The Snitch
      24th September 2021, 12:03

      What are you on about, turkey in two weeks!

  2. I gotta say, 3x F3 AND 3x F2 on the same weekend is gonna be an effort to keep up with! I can see myself prioritising the F3 season finale, then catching up with F2 in the week.

  3. Indy start @ 12:35am EST is 9:45am in Long Beach (PST). I don’t think so.

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