Sunday’s game may be the biggest test of Lewis Hamilton’s 2021 F1 season.
For Hamilton, this is a lucky 7 points: the seven-time world champion and seven-time British Grand Prix champion are looking for his fourth victory of the season to stop the Red Bulls from advancing.
Last year, Hamilton won the British Grand Prix with just three tires, and Max Verstappen chased him in the final laps of the race. Nevertheless, Hamilton won in a race with a flat tire, which put him on the right track and escorted his seventh world championship title. Now, Hamilton is looking up at Verstappen on the F1 table.
Although the F1 season is not halfway through, it is a disturbing sight for Mercedes, who has had the same self-harm and a second Red Bull car in multiple races this year. . Verstappen’s overwhelming victory over Hamilton at Styrian GP means that this year’s championship celebrations are not so sure for Merc.
Here is what you need to know about the F1 race this weekend:
Which channel is today’s F1 race on?
- race: British Grand Prix
- date: Sunday, July 18
- TV channel: ESPN
- live: Watch ESPN, Fubo TV
The ESPN series network will use the Sky Sports Channel to broadcast all 2021 F1 games in the United States, and there will be several games going to ABC later this season.
In addition, ESPN Deportes is the exclusive Spanish home stadium for all F1 events in the United States in 2021
What time does the F1 race start today?
- date: Sunday, July 18
- Starting time: 10 a.m. EST
The start of Sunday’s race at 10 am Eastern time means that the 2021 British Grand Prix will start at 3 pm local time. The hourly start time means that the lights-out time is likely to be just after 10 a.m. ESPN’s pre-match shows are usually aired one hour before the start of the game.
The following is the complete TV schedule of the F1 races of the British Grand Prix weekend. All the time is Eastern.
|Friday, July 16||Exercise 1||9:30 am||ESPN2|
|Friday, July 16||Qualifying||1 pm||ESPN2|
|Saturday, July 17||Exercise 2||7 o’clock in the morning||ESPN2|
|Saturday, July 17||Sprint Qualifying||11:30 am||ESPN2|
|Sunday, July 18||race||10 o’clock in the morning||ESPN|
Formula 1 live stream of the British Grand Prix
For those who do not have a cable or satellite subscription, there are four main OTT TV streaming options that support ESPN-fuboTV, Sling, Hulu, YouTubeTV and AT&T Now. Of these four, Hulu and YouTubeTV offer free trial options.
Below are the links for each.
For those who have subscribed to cable or satellite channels but are not in front of the TV, the 2021 Formula One race can be broadcast live on the ESPN app via mobile phones, tablets and other devices through authentication.
2021 Formula One schedule
In all, There are 23 scheduled games In the 2021 F1 season, the Portuguese Grand Prix added the last race, which slipped into the schedule in the first week of March.The original Vietnam Grand Prix was cancelled after being arrested Ruan Dezhong, The Chinese Grand Prix is currently pending. It was originally scheduled to be held on April 11, but it may not be held this season.
All competitions will be broadcast on the ESPN series network in the United States, and the United States Grand Prix and Mexico City Grand Prix will be broadcast on ABC. The Singapore Grand Prix was also removed from the schedule, and the Turkish Grand Prix returned to the schedule on October 3.
Please note: The hourly start time does not include the broadcast start time, which is usually five minutes before the start of the game. Time does not include ESPN’s pre-regular season shows.
This is the latest timetable:
|date||race||course||Starting time||TV channel||winner|
|March 28||Bahrain Grand Prix||Bahrain International Circuit||11 o’clock in the morning||ESPN2||Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)|
|April 18||Emilia Romagna Grand Prix||Enzo and Dino Ferrari International Circuit||9 o’clock in the morning||To be determined||Max Verstappen (Red Bull)|
|May 2||Portuguese Grand Prix||Algarve International Circuit||10 o’clock in the morning||ESPN||Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)|
|May 9||Spanish Grand Prix||Barcelona-Catalonia Circuit||9 o’clock in the morning||ESPN||Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)|
|May 23||Monaco Grand Prix||Monaco Circuit||9 o’clock in the morning||ESPN2||Max Verstappen (Red Bull)|
|June 6||Azerbaijan Grand Prix||Baku City Circuit||Eight in the morning||ESPN||Sergio Perez (Red Bull)|
|June 20||French Grand Prix||Circuit Paul Ricard||9 o’clock in the morning||ESPN||Max Verstappen (Red Bull)|
|June 27||Styrian Grand Prix||Red Bull Ring||9 o’clock in the morning||ESPN||Max Verstappen (Red Bull)|
|July 4||Austrian Grand Prix||Red Bull Ring||9 o’clock in the morning||ESPN||Max Verstappen (Red Bull)|
|July 18||British Grand Prix||Silverstone Circuit||10 o’clock in the morning||ESPN||To be determined|
|August 1||Hungarian Grand Prix||Hungaroring||9 o’clock in the morning||ESPN||To be determined|
|August 29||Belgian Grand Prix||Spa-Francorchamps||9 o’clock in the morning||ESPN2||To be determined|
|September 5||Dutch Grand Prix||Zandvoort Circuit||9 o’clock in the morning||ESPN2||To be determined|
|September 12||Italian Grand Prix||Monza National Circuit||9 o’clock in the morning||ESPN2||To be determined|
|September 26||Russian Grand Prix||Sochi Circuit||Eight in the morning||ESPN2||To be determined|
|October 3||Turkish Grand Prix||Intercity Istanbul Park||To be determined||To be determined||To be determined|
|October 10||Japanese Grand Prix||Suzuka International Circuit||1am||ESPN2||To be determined|
|October 24||United States Grand Prix||Americas Tour||3 pm||ABC||To be determined|
|October 31||Mexico City Grand Prix||Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez||3pm||ABC||To be determined|
|November 7||Brazilian Grand Prix||Jose Carlos Pez Circuit||noon||ESPN2||To be determined|
|November 21||Australian Grand Prix||Albert Park Circuit||1am||ESPN News||To be determined|
|December 5||Saudi Arabia Grand Prix||Jeddah Street Circuit||11 p.m.||ESPN2||To be determined|
|December 12||Abu Dhabi Grand Prix||Yas Marina Circuit||Eight in the morning||ESPN2||To be determined|