Matteo De Filippi

F1 GP Spain: live TV schedules and streaming

The Spanish GP in Montmeló is approaching and in this article we will tell you the times of the live TV and streaming of the F1 race. Let’s find out where to see it

The new Big prize the world championship is around the corner and while waiting to find out how the various drivers will behave with their single-seaters, let’s make a small summary of what has happened up to now. The Grand Prix in Monaco always gives great emotions, despite the total absence of overtaking due to the small width of the same. Right from qualifying, one could sense that the race was not going to be peaceful and, for the most part, that was the case.

After a completely anonymous half of the race, the rain came pouring, bringing with it not only the water, but also that spark that reignited the race. With the circuit half wet and half dry, the riders took a big risk by staying on slicks and the whirlwind of pit stops to move on to the intermediates it created quite a few problems for the teams and the drivers due to the more or less spot on strategies. The usual wins Max Verstappenfollowed by a timeless Fernando Alonso and in third place one extraordinary Esteban Ocon. Bad two o’clock Ferrariwhich finish 5th and 7th behind the Mercedes and with Gasly’s other Alpine between them.

We remember that Sky Italia holds the TV rights for everything concerning the F1 world championship and the world championship. Practice, qualifying and races are therefore broadcast live on Sky Sport F1, Sky Sport Uno and streaming on NOW TV, the company’s online platform. Enthusiasts will also be able to follow the reruns of the races on TV8, the free-to-air digital terrestrial channel. Now let’s move on to the reason why you arrived on this page. What are the times of the live TV and streaming of the F1 Spanish GP that will take place in Montmeló? Here’s everything you need to know.

F1 GP Spain: live TV schedules and streaming

All times of live TV and streaming of F1 (and not only) for the Spanish GP in Montmeló

A rich program also awaits us this weekend, although there is no presence of the Porsche SuperCup as happened in the previous appointment. Now let’s see the table of appointments for this weekend:

  • Friday June 2nd
    • 09:50 Prove Libere F3
    • 11:05 Prove Libere F2
    • 13:30 Prove Libere 1 F1
    • 15:00 F3 qualifying
    • 15:55 Qualification F2
    • 17:00 Prove Libere 2 F1
  • Saturday June 3rd
    • 10:30 Gara Sprint F3
    • 12:30 Prove Libere 3 F1
    • 14:15 Gara Sprint F2
    • 16:00 F1 qualifying
  • Sunday 4th June
    • 09:55 Feature Race F3
    • 11:25 Feature Race F2
    • 15:00 Race F1

As previously mentioned, the weekend of the F1 world championship can be followed on the channels Sky Sport F1, Sky Sports One e in streaming su NOW TV. Not only F1 though! By subscribing to NOW TV, we will be able to enjoy the show of MotoGP world championship and of the other car championshipsthe NBA Finals3 Serie A matches per round and all great spectacle of European footballin addition to the best tennis tournaments and many other sports al cost of €14.99 per month. For those who want to subscribe or just want more information, can do it via the following link.

These were all the live F1 TV and streaming times for what will be the Spanish GP in Montmeló. Who do you think will get the win? Let us know in the comments. In order not to miss further news regarding the web and social universe, continue to follow!

With a deep understanding of the digital landscape and social media trends, Janice keeps readers informed about the latest developments, updates, and controversies in the world of web and social platforms.