The Qatar GP is now upon us and in this article we will see the program and times of the live TV on Sky and TV8 relating to F1
Il Lusail circuit which will see the next stage of the world championship, although quite recent in F1, has been inaugurated almost twenty years agoin 2004. This track was mainly used for MotoGP and Superbike world championship races e only in 2021 did he see his first F1 race. However, the following year the stage was not held as the state was focused on the World Cup it would host at the end of the year, therefore giving priority to the football event. Before seeing what the program relating to the F1 Qatar GP and the live TV times of Sky and TV8we assess the situation.
This weekend the great show returns to the Qatari state, almost two weeks after the Japanese GP made Red Bull the constructors’ title champion despite Pérez’s terrible performance. This edition of Suzuka has once again decreed a winner, after what happened last year. On that occasion he had seen triumph at the Japanese GP Max Verstappen as world champion following the penalty imposed on Leclerc after the race was over.
At Red Bull, however, there is a festive atmosphere also for this weekend which could give the mathematical victory for the Dutch driver regarding the drivers’ championship. However, you won’t have to wait until Sunday to have the new champion. There Saturday’s Sprint Race could already confirm Verstappen’s success for the third consecutive year, giving a streak of victories in the world championship that Red Bull has lacked since the days of Vettel with four consecutive titles.
Live TV Sky and TV8 program and times of the F1 GP in Qatar
- Friday 6 October:
- 3.30pm single free practice session
- 7pm qualifications valid for Sunday (delayed on TV8 at 10pm)
- Saturday 7 October:
- 3.00pm Sprint qualifying (delayed on TV8 at 7.30pm)
- 7.30pm Sprint Race (delayed on TV8 at 9.30pm)
- Sunday 8 October:
- 7pm race (delayed on TV8 at 10pm)
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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