French Grand Prix 2019 – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports F1, Highlights on Channel 4

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French Grand Prix 2019 – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports F1, Highlights on Channel 4
Updated on Friday 21 June 2019
Posted by @TVNewsroom

The 2019 Formula One season continues this weekend (21-23rd June) at the Circuit Paul Ricard in France, where Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes was victorious last year.

The British overtook Sebastian Vettel at the top of the standings with the victory after the Ferrari driver only managed third place, with Hamilton’s teammate Valtteri Bottas finishing between them.

All five sessions – practices, qualifying and the race – will be shown live on Sky Sports F1, while Channel 4 will show highlights of qualifying and the race.

Qualifying starts at 2pm on Saturday afternoon, and the race goes off at 2.10pm on Sunday afternoon.

TV Schedule – French Grand Prix

Friday 21 June 2019
First Practice – Live – 10.45am – Sky Sports F1
Second Practice – Live – 2.45pm – Sky Sports F1

Saturday 22 June 2019
Third Practice – Live – 11.45am – Sky Sports F1
Qualifying – Live – 1.00pm – Sky Sports F1
Qualifying – Highlights – 6.30pm – Channel 4

Sunday 23 June 2019
Race – Live – 12.30pm – Sky Sports F1
Race – Highlights – 7pm – Channel 4

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