After the Grand Prix of Styria, Formula One is already entering the third race weekend of the season this Friday at the Hungaroring. Sky transmits qualifying and all races.
Clear trends can already be seen after the first two races: the Mercedes team around world champions Lewis Hamilton and Valterri Bottas showed their dominance at the Styrian Grand Prix and Hamilton remains the favorite for the world championship this year. The main opponent of the Silver Arrows is the Red Bull Team with Max Verstappen, who is calculating chances of winning at the Hungarian Grand Prix. With its narrow passages and sometimes slow corners, the route is considered “Red Bull friendly” – the best conditions for attacking Mercedes.
From the first free practice session on Friday to the race on Sunday, Sky reports live from the Hungarian Grand Prix without any advertising breaks during the race. Sky Q customers can watch all races and qualifying sessions live in Ultra HD on Sky Sport UHD. Sky Sport F1 also shows all Formula 2 sessions, Formula 3 races and the Porsche Super Cup. Motorsport fans can look forward to a total of around 30 live hours this weekend. With the Sky subscription as part of the sports package or with the Sky Ticket, you can be there live on TV or with Sky Go during every session.
In addition to the classic transmission, the races and qualifying sessions can also be followed on the Super Feed “Race Control” on Sky Sport 3 HD. There you can see up to four individual screens from the cockpit perspective (“Onboard”), the pit lane (“Pitlane”) and an overview of the most important race data (“Timing Page”). The “Pitlane” channel can be streamed on skysport.de and in the Sky Sport app as a Sky customer with a sport package.
On Thursday, July 16, Sky Sport News HD will look at the upcoming race weekend in the talk show “Warm-up – the start of the race weekend” together with studio guest Sascha Roos. Sky expert Ralf Schumacher will lead through the races and qualifying on the race weekend. Sky reporter Peter Hardenacke goes on the line to catch votes.
The Hungarian Grand Prix live on Sky:
- 4 p.m .: “Formula 1: press conference driver” on Sky Sport 1 HD
- 5.30 p.m .: “Warm Up – The Motorsport Special” on Sky Sport News HD
- 10.55 a.m .: “Formula 1: the first free practice session” on Sky Sport 1 HD
- 12.50 p.m .: “Formula 2: Training” on Sky Sport 1 HD
- 1.45 p.m .: “Formula 1: press conference team bosses” on Sky Sport 1 HD
- 14.55: “Formula 1: the 2nd free practice” on Sky Sport 1 HD
- 16.55: “Formula 2: Qualifying” on Sky Sport 1 HD
- 10.20 a.m .: “Formula 3: 1st race” on Sky Sport 2 HD
- 11.55 a.m .: “Formula 1: 3rd free practice” on Sky Sport 2 HD
- 2.45 pm “Formula 1: Qualifying” on Sky Sport 1 HD and Sky Sport UHD as well as the superfeed “Race Control” on Sky Sport 2 HD
- 4.15 p.m .: “Formula 1: Qualifying press conference” on Sky Sport 1 HD
- 4.40 pm: “Formula 2: 1st race” on Sky Sport 1 HD
- 9.40 a.m .: “Formula 3: 2nd race” on Sky Sport 2 HD
- 11.05 a.m .: “Formula 2: 2nd race” on Sky Sport 2 HD
- 12.20 p.m .: “Porsche Super Cup Race” on Sky Sport 2 HD
- 2 p.m .: “Formula 1: preliminary reports, the race, analyzes and interviews” on Sky Sport 2 HD and Sky Sport UHD as well as the superfeed “Race Control” on Sky Sport 3 HD
- 5.15 p.m .: “Formula 1: press conference race” on Sky Sport 2 HD
All information about Formula 1 at Sky is also available on the website.
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