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2021 United States Grand Prix TV Times

2021 United States Grand Prix

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

2021 United States Grand Prix: Friday 22nd October – Sunday 24th October 2021

UK (BST)

DaySessionChannelSession startsSession ends
FridayUnited States Grand Prix first practice liveSky Sports F117:3018:30
FridayUnited States Grand Prix second practice liveSky Sports F121:0022:00
SaturdayUnited States Grand Prix third practice liveSky Sports F119:0020:00
SaturdayUnited States Grand Prix qualifying liveSky Sports F122:00
SaturdayW Series race one liveMore 423:05
SundayUnited States Grand Prix qualifying highlightsChannel 408:30
SundayW Series race two liveChannel 416:30
SundayUnited States Grand Prix liveSky Sports F120:00
MondayUnited States Grand Prix highlightsChannel 400:05

USA (Eastern)

DaySessionChannelSession startsSession ends
FridayUnited States Grand Prix first practice liveESPN212:3013:30
FridayUnited States Grand Prix second practice liveESPN216:0017:00
SaturdayUnited States Grand Prix third practice liveESPN214:0015:00
SaturdayUnited States Grand Prix qualifying liveESPNEWS17:00
SundayUnited States Grand Prix liveABC15:00

Watch F1 live in the USA and other regions on F1 TV

RaceFans readers in the USA, the Netherlands, Mexico, France, Belgium and many other countries can watch all sessions live on F1 TV Pro.

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Other races this weekend

23/10/2021: Australian F3 round 13: Wakefield
23/10/2021: British F4 round 28: Brands Hatch
23/10/2021: Euroformula Open round 15: Catalunya
23/10/2021: French F4 round 19: Magny-Cours
23/10/2021: French F4 round 20: Magny-Cours
23/10/2021: German F4 round 19: Hockenheim
24/10/2021: Australian F3 round 14: Wakefield
24/10/2021: Australian F3 round 15: Wakefield
24/10/2021: British F4 round 29: Brands Hatch
24/10/2021: British F4 round 30: Brands Hatch
24/10/2021: Euroformula Open round 16: Catalunya
24/10/2021: French F4 round 21: Magny-Cours
24/10/2021: German F4 round 20: Hockenheim
24/10/2021: German F4 round 21: Hockenheim

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9 comments on “2021 United States Grand Prix TV Times”

  1. This outdated thing about qualifying is getting redundant.
    An easy solution would be to start both QLF and the concert two, or at least an hour earlier.
    Their gap would remain unchanged, so no harm this way.

  2. Day is wrong for Channel 4 compared to the table name.

  3. W Series race 1 is on More 4 not Channel 4 and highlights of Race 1 is early Sunday morning on C4.

  4. Would be helpful if you have a toggle for ‘your time / local time’ as autosport has.

    Can’t get timings for India, Australia, other European countries here.

    1. I think that it reasonable that with racefans being a small team, providing western and eastern time for the states and also the UK is sufficient, afterall I know the timezone difference between here and the UK

      1. @broke1984 Only Eastern. Pre-2018 Bahrain GP, UK was the only one, which was sufficient, so adding Eastern NA zone was unnecessary. After all, I don’t see why this specific time zone needs different treatment than all remaining ones.

        1. @jerejj I agree. +/- GMT is fine

  5. @broke1984 @jerejj
    It gets a bit tricky at savings time as US and Europe change on different weekends

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