Hungarian Grand Prix – Live TV Coverage on Channel 4, Sky Sports F1

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Hungarian Grand Prix – Live TV Coverage on Channel 4, Sky Sports F1

The Hungarian Grand Prix takes place this weekend as the 2016 Formula One season continues.

This will be the 11th round of the season, which takes place at Hungaroring, and will be shown live on Channel 4 and Sky Sports F1.

Sebastian Vettel was victorious last year, taking advantage of the difficulties that Mercedes drivers Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton faced to finish 15 seconds clear of second-placed Daniil Kvyat, then driving for Red Bull.

Nico comes into this weekend leading the drivers’ championship, one point clear of fellow teammate Lewis Hamilton.

All five sessions – practices, qualifying and the race – will be shown live on Channel 4 and Sky Sports F1. Qualifying starts at 1pm on Saturday afternoon, and the race goes off at 1pm on Sunday afternoon.

TV Schedule – Hungarian Grand Prix

Friday 22 July 2016
First Practice – Live – 8.45am – Sky Sports F1
First Practice – Live – 8.55am – Channel 4
Second Practice – Live – 12.45pm – Sky Sports F1
Second Practice – Live – 12.55pm – Channel 4

Saturday 23 July 2016
Third Practice – Live – 9.45am – Sky Sports F1
Third Practice – Live – 9.55am – Channel 4
Qualifying – Live – 11.55am – Channel 4
Qualifying – Live – 12.00pm – Sky Sports F1

Sunday 24 July 2016
Race – Live – 11.30am – Sky Sports F1
Race – Live – 12.00pm – Channel 4

Updated on Thursday 21 July 2016 by @TVNewsroom

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