F1 GP USA: programme, live TV Sky and TV8 times

Matteo De Filippi

There is very little left until the US F1 GP and in this article we will see the live TV times on Sky and TV8

F1 is back and this time, after the infernal heat in Qatar which put all the drivers to the test, we fly overseas with kill Austin. The American circuit will be home to the next event, with its team 5.513 m e le 20 curve that compose it. This track is also famous for its differences in altitude, with a altitude difference of 41 m. The engineers took inspiration from some of the most famous corners of the other circuits to make it as technical as possible and the wide track allows the drivers to have different trajectories. Before seeing what the program relating to the US F1 GP and the live TV times of Sky and TV8we assess the situation.

The world drivers’ and constructors’ champions have now been declared, with one Red Bull which hit the mark again this year taking home the two trophies thanks to an excellent Max Verstappen. The Dutch driver won the drivers’ title in the Sprint Race on Saturdaywith a second place behind an excellent Oscar Piastri.

Super Max, however, did not miss the most important appointment of the event, placing his RB19 in first place in the race. Behind her the two McLarens of Piastri and Norris to close the podium. Fourth place for a George Russelltogether with his Mercedes, truly stratospheric capable of an absurd comeback after the accident at the first corner with teammate Lewis Hamilton. Chiude the top 5 Charles Leclerc with the only Ferrari starting the race.

F1 GP USA: programme, live TV Sky and TV8 times

Live TV Sky and TV8 program and times of the US F1 GP

  • Friday 20 October:
    • 7.30pm single free practice session
    • 11.00pm qualifications valid for Sunday (delayed on TV8 on Saturday at 10.00pm)
  • Saturday 21 October:
    • 7.30pm qualifications valid for the Sprint Race (delayed on TV8 at 11.30pm)
    • 00:00 Sprint Race (delayed on TV8 at 01:30)
  • Sunday 22 October:
    • 9pm race (delayed on TV8 at 10.30pm)

You can follow the whole 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 big european calciumthree 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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