The third race of the 2018 Formula One season takes place this weekend with live coverage on Sky Sports F1 and highlights on Channel 4.
It comes from the Shanghai International Circuit in China from 13-15th April.
Last year’s race saw Lewis Hamilton claim his sixth victory on this circuit, after dominating from pole position and leading on every lap, while also setting the fastest lap before winning by a clear distance over title rival Sebastian Vettel.
But it’s Vettel that enters this weekend top of the Drivers’ Championship with 50 points from the opening two races of the season.
Hamilton sits second on 33 points – ten points ahead of his fellow teammate Valtteri Bottas.
All five sessions – three rounds of practice, qualifying and the race – will be shown live on Sky Sports F1, while Channel 4 will have highlights of qualifying and the race.
Friday 13 April 2017
2.45am – Live – Sky Sports F1 – 3am start time
6.45am – Live – Sky Sports F1 – 7am start time
Saturday 14 April 2017
3.45am – Live – Sky Sports F1 – 4am start time
6am – Live – Sky Sports F1 – 7am start time
1pm – Highlights – Channel 4
Sunday 15 April 2017
5.30am – Live – Sky Sports F1 – 7.10am start time
2.00pm – Highlights – Channel 4
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