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2023 Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix TV Times

2023 Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix

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Here’s how to watch the 2023 Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix live in the UK and USA:

2023 Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix: Friday 19 May – Sunday 21 May 2023


DaySessionChannelSession startsSession ends
FridayEmilia-Romagna Grand Prix first practice liveSky Sports F112:3013:30
FridayEmilia-Romagna Grand Prix second practice liveSky Sports F116:0017:00
SaturdayEmilia-Romagna Grand Prix Formula 3 sprint race liveSky Sports F109:05
SaturdayEmilia-Romagna Grand Prix third practice liveSky Sports F111:3012:30
SaturdayEmilia-Romagna Grand Prix Formula 2 sprint race liveSky Sports F113:15
SaturdayEmilia-Romagna Grand Prix qualifying liveSky Sports F115:00
SaturdayIndyCar Indy 500 Qualifying day oneSky Sports17:15*
SaturdayEmilia-Romagna Grand Prix qualifying highlightsChannel 419:30
SundayEmilia-Romagna Grand Prix Formula 3 feature race liveSky Sports F107:40
SundayEmilia-Romagna Grand Prix Formula 2 feature race liveSky Sports F109:10
SundayEmilia-Romagna Grand Prix liveSky Sports F114:00
SundayEmilia-Romagna Grand Prix highlightsChannel 418:30
SundayIndyCar Indy 500 Qualifying day twoSky Sports19:00

*Session begins at 16:00, coverage starts at 17:15

USA (Eastern)

DaySessionChannelSession startsSession ends
FridayEmilia-Romagna Grand Prix first practice liveESPNU07:3008:30
FridayEmilia-Romagna Grand Prix second practice liveESPN211:0012:00
SaturdayEmilia-Romagna Grand Prix third practice liveESPN206:3007:30
SaturdayEmilia-Romagna Grand Prix qualifying liveESPN210:0011:00
SaturdayIndyCar Indy 500 Qualifying day oneNBC Sports / Peacock11:00
SundayEmilia-Romagna Grand Prix liveESPN209:0010:00
SundayIndyCar Indy 500 Qualifying day twoNBC Sports / Peacock14:00

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International race start times

LocationStart time
USA, HawaiiSun 03:00
USA, AlaskaSun 05:00
Canada, British ColumbiaSun 06:00
USA, CaliforniaSun 06:00
Canada, AlbertaSun 07:00
Mexico, Mexico CitySun 07:00
USA, ColoradoSun 07:00
Canada, ManitobaSun 08:00
USA, TexasSun 08:00
Bolivia, La PazSun 09:00
Canada, OntarioSun 09:00
USA, New YorkSun 09:00
Argentina, Buenos AiresSun 10:00
Brazil, Rio de JaneiroSun 10:00
Ireland, DublinSun 14:00
Portugal, LisbonSun 14:00
United KingdomSun 14:00
France, ParisSun 15:00
Germany, BerlinSun 15:00
Hungary, BudapestSun 15:00
Italy, RomeSun 15:00
Netherlands, AmsterdamSun 15:00
South Africa, JohannesburgSun 15:00
Spain, MadridSun 15:00
Finland, HelsinkiSun 16:00
Saudi Arabia, RiyadhSun 16:00
Turkey, IstanbulSun 16:00
United Arab Emirates, DubaiSun 17:00
India, Delhi, New DelhiSun 18:30
Australia, Western AustraliaSun 21:00
China, BeijingSun 21:00
Malaysia, Kuala LumpurSun 21:00
SingaporeSun 21:00
Japan, TokyoSun 22:00
South Korea, SeoulSun 22:00
Australia, New South WalesSun 23:00
New Zealand, AucklandMon 01:00

More races this weekend

3/5/2023: Japanese F4 round 1: Fuji
4/5/2023: Japanese F4 round 2: Fuji
6/5/2023: Formula E round 9: Monaco
6/5/2023: Eurocup-3 round 1: Spa-Francorchamps
6/5/2023: Italian F4 round 4: Misano
6/5/2023: British F4 round 4: Brands Hatch Indy
6/5/2023: GB3 round 4: Silverstone
6/5/2023: Spanish F4 round 1: Spa-Francorchamps
6/5/2023: French F4 round 4: Magny-Cours
7/5/2023: Eurocup-3 round 2: Spa-Francorchamps
7/5/2023: Italian F4 round 5: Misano
7/5/2023: Italian F4 round 6: Misano
7/5/2023: British F4 round 5: Brands Hatch Indy
7/5/2023: British F4 round 6: Brands Hatch Indy
7/5/2023: GB3 round 5: Silverstone
7/5/2023: GB3 round 6: Silverstone
7/5/2023: Spanish F4 round 2: Spa-Francorchamps
7/5/2023: Spanish F4 round 3: Spa-Francorchamps
7/5/2023: French F4 round 5: Magny-Cours
7/5/2023: French F4 round 6: Magny-Cours

Find times for every F1 session this year and all the 2023 race dates with the RaceFans Google Calendar.

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    17 comments on “2023 Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix TV Times”

    1. Getting consecutive afternoon races in Europe is good after a late-evening one & the same majority European event schedule pattern as last season.
      IndyCar qualifying & race timings in the mix are surprising, though, given TV Times posts have traditionally been solely about F1.

    2. Porsche Supercup season also starts this weekend.

    3. It’s nice to have a race or races back on European time. Seems like ages since there’s been one.

      1. @phil-f1-21 Yes, although the Azerbaijan GP session timings minimized the impact to an extent.

    4. Lot of rain forecast for the weekend at Imola…

      1. Sounds good to me :) @skylab

      2. Oh dear. We all know that probably means driving around behind the safety car for most of the race or lots of red flags. Pirelli being the issue.

        I hope this is not the case though. Be good to see a proper wet…ish race.

      3. @skylab @nullapax @phil-f1-21
        Bad news, given the general over-cautiousness trend with wet weather conditions, but hopefully, the rain wouldn’t hit in the end or only be light.

      4. Aaaah, red flags, restarts, millions of car damage…Liberty will be pleased

    5. Still don’t understand why quali and the race start at different times and that there isn’t a practice slot with the same time.

      It feels very convoluted and from a datacollecting point of view its illogical.

      1. @SadF1fan FP2, QLF, & race always used to share a start time, be that 15:00 local for most European events, still in 2021 most recently, or 14:00 (13:00 for British GP equivalent sessions) pre-2017, & something else for different flyaways, etc.
        FP2-QLF-race with a matching start time & likewise, FP1-3 still gets applied for some events, but only a few these days.
        Nothing was wrong with this consistent pattern, so I also don’t get the differences.
        Alternatively, FP1-3-race with a shared start time, & likewise, FP2-QLF has got applied sometimes, which is also decent.

    6. I think they could have gone for a longer title. A bit short for me.

      To be honest I preferred San Marino GP. It will always be that to me.

    7. Repeat after me:

      Please be a good race.

      1. Please be a good race

      2. Please let RBR have problems in qualy 1 and therefore have to work through.

      3. Everyone has their own definition of a good race.

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