Formula 1 now live on free TV – and in UHD on Sky

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Does the new F1 season begin with an embarrassment for Sebastian Vettel? The Austrian Grand Prix is ​​just around the corner – and the German star pilot has to start the race far behind from 11th on the grid. Sky shows the first race of the season in UHD, but there is also the full boom from Spielberg on free TV.


In addition to Sebastian Vettel, who has to start the race from the midfield of the starting places, Lewis Hamilton also has to be unexpectedly satisfied with an unfavorable starting position: Before the start of the Austrian Grand Prix in Spielberg, the Mercedes driver was given second place by the race commission denied – Hamilton is said to have disregarded a yellow flag during qualifying and must now start from position 5 on the grid.

Sky shows the race Today, July 5, live from 3:05 pm on Sky Sport 2 HD and UHD. The commentator will be Sascha Roos, the experts will give Nick Heidfeld, while field reporter Peter Hardenacke will stay as close as possible to what happened. At RTL, which starts its last F1 season for the first time after around thirty years, the race is also in Free TV to see.

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