French F1 Grand Prix practice: TV channel, live stream, start time and race schedule at Circuit Paul Ricard




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FORMULA ONE heads to France with Lewis Hamilton already pulling away at the top of the drivers’ standings.

The Brit won his fifth race in the opening seven races in Canada in controversial circumstances after Sebastian Vettel was handed a five-second penalty despite winning in Montreal.

Lewis Hamilton claimed the race win in Canada, but only after Sebastian Vettel was handed a five-second penalty for re-entering the track in an unsafe manner
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When is French F1 Grand Prix?

The French GP race will take place on Sunday, June 23.

Lights will go out at 2.10pm UK time – that’s 3.10pm in France.

It is being held at Circuit Paul Ricard in Le Castellet.


What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?

The French Grand Prix will be shown live on Sky Sports F1 across the weekend.

Sky Sports customers can live stream the action via the app on your computer, tablet and mobile devices.

If not, you can purchase a Sky Sports Day Pass with NowTV for £8.99.

Alternatively, you can follow all the action via our dedicated SunSport LIVE BLOG.

What is the race schedule?

  • Practice 1Friday, June 21 (10am)
  • Practice 2: Friday, June 21 (2pm)
  • Practice 3: Saturday, June 22 (11am)
  • Qualifying: Saturday, June 22 (2pm)
  • Race: Sunday, June 23 (2.10pm)

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