2023 Mexican Grand Prix TV Times

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For those in the UK, the time will move back by one hour overnight into Sunday. Mexico used to make the same change at the same time of year, but abolished daylights savings last year. Therefore the time in Mexico will be seven hours behind the UK until Sunday, when it will be six hours behind.

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

2023 Mexican Grand Prix: Friday 27 October – Sunday 29 October 2023

UK

Day Session Channel Session starts Session ends
Friday Mexican Grand Prix first practice live Sky Sports F1 19:30 20:30
Friday Mexican Grand Prix second practice live Sky Sports F1 23:00 00:00
Saturday Mexican Grand Prix third practice live Sky Sports F1 18:30 19:30
Saturday Mexican Grand Prix qualifying live Sky Sports F1 22:00
Sunday Mexican Grand Prix qualifying highlights Channel 4 08:30
Sunday Mexican Grand Prix live Sky Sports F1 20:00
Monday Mexican Grand Prix highlights Channel 4 01:00

USA (Eastern)

Day Session Channel Session starts Session ends
Friday Mexican Grand Prix first practice live ESPN2 14:30 15:30
Friday Mexican Grand Prix second practice live ESPN2 18:00 19:00
Saturday Mexican Grand Prix third practice live ESPNEWS 13:30 14:30
Saturday Mexican Grand Prix qualifying live ESPNEWS 17:00
Sunday Mexican Grand Prix live ESPN3 15:00

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7 comments on “2023 Mexican Grand Prix TV Times”

  1. Fortunately, Mexico’s clock-changing abandonment had zero impact on race day timing, with the time differences to Europe on that day still the same.

  2. 1am on channel 4 – that’s terrific…..

  3. I wonder what effect Tropical Storm Otis, soon to be upgraded to a full hurricane, will have on this weekend? See: https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/refresh/graphics_ep3+shtml/114735.shtml?gm_track#contents

    fg

    1. isthatglock21
      24th October 2023, 13:33

      No impact, it’s not on the coast, to the contrary it’s further inalnd & at great altiude.

    2. Late-season storms rarely affect Mexico City weather.

      Meteoblue is forecasting light rain on thursday night, though.

    3. @forrestgump Literally nothing, so zero need to be worried.

  4. isthatglock21
    24th October 2023, 13:38

    Come on Chief Keef this stuff is useful & always disappears before the weekend even starts…surely it can’t be hard to pin this to the top above the ‘new on racefans’ tab?

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