The Japanese GP is now upon us and in this article we will see the program and times of live TV on Sky and TV8 relating to F1
Il Suzuka circuit it has been one of the most important in the world for some time now, not only for the automotive world, but also for the world championship. One of its peculiarities lies in the high presence of very different curvesdal Hairpin hairpin at the various fast bends. The whole thing makes this truly technical and spectacular route and, like every year, there will certainly be no shortage of emotions. Before seeing what the program relating to the F1 Japanese GP and the live TV times of Sky and TV8we assess the situation.
Not even a week has passed since the last race played in Singapore that he saw interrupt Red Bull’s streak of consecutive victories at 14. At Marina Bay the trend that saw the Austrian team dominate undisputedly was interrupted by a sumptuous performance by Carlos Sainz who managed to grab the first victory of the season for him and for Ferrari. Good too McLaren e Mercedes who finished second and third respectively with Norris and Hamilton.
Only a fifth place for world champion Max Verstappen, preceded by Leclerc’s other Ferrari. Black day instead for George Russell who sees the race and podium slip away on the last lap because of an error. In fact, the English driver hit the wall with his front right wheel at the entrance to the bend, going wide and ending his race against the barriers.
Live TV Sky and TV8 program and times of the F1 GP in Japan
- Friday 22 September:
- 4.30am first free practice session
- 8:00 am second free practice session
- Saturday 23 September:
- 4.30am third free practice session
- 8.00 am qualifying (delayed on TV8 at 3.30 pm)
- Sunday 24 September:
- 7.00am race (delayed on TV8 at 4.30pm)
You can follow the entire event live on Sky or NOW, the company’s digital platform. Not just F1 though! Sky Italia also holds the television rights to follow the world championshipAll the great European footballthree Serie A matches each day, the best of the NBA and much more, all at the cost of only €14.99 per month. If you want more information or if you decide to purchase the NOW sports package, you can consult the following link.
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