What Grand Prix’s from the 2018 Formula 1 season will Channel 4 be broadcasting live?
This years C4 F1 TV coverage will follow the same basic format to the last couple of seasons, with the UK broadcaster showing 10 of the 21 scheduled races live, while the remaining 11 meetings will be available to watch as highlights later in the day.
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Live race weekends will again include practice and qualifying sessions, and the full race itself, plus in-depth build-up and analysis.
The 2018 Formula One seasons begins as usual in Melbourne for the Australian GP, which Channel 4 will bring us highlights of, while the channels first live race will be from Bahrain on Sunday the 8th of April. Here’s the complete C4F1 live race coverage schedule list:
Bahrain – 8 April
Azerbaijan – 29 April
Monaco –27 May
Austria –1 July
Great Britain –8 July
Belgium – 26 August
Singapore – 16 September
Japan – 7 October
USA – 21 October
Abu Dhabi – 25 November (Final race of the 2018 F1 calendar).
(Note: These are the Sunday race dates. The live practices sessions start two days earlier on the Friday.)
For those of you Formula 1 fanatics out there who absolutely must watch all the meetings live and are willing to pay to see them, British viewers can check out all the action on Sky Sports F1 via a Sky TV subscription, or by using a Now TV pay-as-you-go pass. Fans all over the world will also be able to catch up by watching brief highlight videos on the official Formula 1 YouTube channel.