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2023 Belgian Grand Prix TV Times

2023 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 2023 Belgian Grand Prix live in the UK and USA:

2023 Belgian Grand Prix: Friday 28 July – Sunday 30 July 2023


DaySessionChannelSession startsSession ends
FridayBelgian Grand Prix first practice liveSky Sports F112:3013:30
FridayBelgian Grand Prix qualifying liveSky Sports F116:0017:00
SaturdayBelgian Grand Prix Formula 3 sprint race liveSky Sports F109:00
SaturdayBelgian Grand Prix sprint race qualifying liveSky Sports F111:0011:44
SaturdayBelgian Grand Prix Formula 2 sprint race liveSky Sports F112:45
SaturdayBelgian Grand Prix sprint race liveSky Sports F115:30
SaturdayLondon EPrix race oneChannel 417:03
SaturdayBelgian Grand Prix qualifying highlightsChannel 419:45
SundayBelgian Grand Prix Formula 3 feature race liveSky Sports F107:30
SundayBelgian Grand Prix Formula 2 feature race liveSky Sports F109:00
SundayBelgian Grand Prix liveSky Sports F114:00
SundayLondon EPrix race twoChannel 417:03
SundayBelgian Grand Prix highlightsChannel 418:30

USA (Eastern)

DaySessionChannelSession startsSession ends
FridayBelgian Grand Prix first practice liveESPN207:3008:30
FridayBelgian Grand Prix qualifying liveESPN211:00
SaturdayBelgian Grand Prix sprint race qualifying liveESPN206:00
SaturdayBelgian Grand Prix sprint race liveESPN210:30
SundayBelgian Grand Prix liveESPN09:00

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More races this weekend

29/7/2023: S5000 round 10: Sydney Motorsports Park
29/7/2023: FRegional Americas round 10: New Jersey
29/7/2023: British F4 round 19: Croft
29/7/2023: GB3 round 13: Silverstone
30/7/2023: S5000 round 11: Sydney Motorsports Park
30/7/2023: S5000 round 12: Sydney Motorsports Park
30/7/2023: FRegional Americas round 11: New Jersey
30/7/2023: FRegional Americas round 12: New Jersey
30/7/2023: British F4 round 20: Croft
30/7/2023: British F4 round 21: Croft
30/7/2023: GB3 round 14: Silverstone
30/7/2023: GB3 round 15: Silverstone

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6 comments on “2023 Belgian Grand Prix TV Times”

  1. playstation361
    24th July 2023, 20:13

    It’s so pleasure to see different regions on screen not taking language or time zone or governments into consideration. Completely different to the region you are currently in.

    1. That hasn’t happened in TV Times posts anymore for a few GPs.

      1. playstation361
        25th July 2023, 7:24

        Yes but registrations is something we should never get into and is to be respected.

        1. I don’t know what that has to do with showing session times for other time zones.

          1. playstation361
            25th July 2023, 11:30

            If we watch it on screen such as live TV specifically a computer or a mobile is used for that specific thing to get segmented automatically with the power of connectivity today.

            A specific company globally has to register with a specific country for a licence to run their operations locally.

  2. I hate sprint race weekends. I can’t get into F1 mood on a Friday, so Quali is ruined for me. It’s too early, need some build up. One FP session is not enough.
    Then on Saturday it’s another quali session, but we know the order. I get a pointless 25-30min race that basically spoils the order for the race, so Sunday is ruined too.

    I want Quali on Saturday, Race on Sunday. Fridays they can have whatever they want. They could do a juggling contest for all I care

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