Hungarian Grand Prix 2017 Live Stream: Hungary F1 UK times and how to watch on Sunday

F1 Hungarian Grand Prix Live Stream: How to watch the Hungary GP today

Want to watch the Hungarian Grand Prix 2017 this weekend? Here’s a streaming guide on how to watch the Hungary F1 GP live stream in the UK, including schedule times and dates for qualifying and practice races.

Next stop on the Formula One world tour is the Hungarian Grand Prix, with action taking place from Thursday right through until Sunday. Read on for all the live stream details.

Hungarian Grand Prix Schedule: What time is F1 on TV this weekend?

Here’s the full Hungarian GP race schedule:

Wednesday July 26

  • 8.30pm – F1 Report: Hungarian GP Preview
  • 9pm – Classic Races: Hungary 2003

Thursday July 27

  • 2pm – Drivers’ Press Conference – LIVE!

Friday July 28

  • 8.45am – Hungarian GP Practice One build-up – LIVE!
  • 9am – Hungarian GP Practice One – LIVE!
  • 12.45pm – Hungarian GP Practice Two build-up – LIVE!
  • 1pm – Hungarian GP Practice Two – LIVE!
  • 3.30pm – Team Principals’ Press Conference
  • 4.30pm – The F1 Show – LIVE!

Saturday July 29

  • 9.45am – Hungarian GP Practice Three build-up – LIVE!
  • 10am – Hungarian GP Practice Three – LIVE!
  • 12pm – Hungarian GP Qualifying build-up – LIVE!
  • 1pm – Hungarian GP Qualifying – LIVE!

Sunday July 30

  • 11.30am – Hungarian GP Track Parade – LIVE!
  • 12pm – Hungarian GP Pit Lane – LIVE!
  • 12.30pm – Hungarian GP Race build-up – LIVE!
  • 1pm – THE HUNGARIAN GRAND PRIX – LIVE!
  • 3.30pm – Hungarian GP Paddock – LIVE!

Hungarian GP Live: How to watch Hungarian F1 race online and on TV

This year, Channel 4 only has rights to broadcast highlights from the Hungarian Grand Prix, but Sky subscribers are in luck. Sky has full broadcasting rights to beam all the F1 content straight out of Hungary – in 4K, no less – with all the action available on Sky channel 408.

You’ll also benefit from Sky’s Race Control feature that gives you multiple driver cam viewpoints, the pitman channel, a driver tracker, and an up-to-date timing page via the Red Button.

You can also watch the races using the Sky Go mobile app:

If you’re not a Sky subscriber you could pick up a NOW TV Sports Pass, which will set you back either £6.99 for a Day Pass or £10.99 for a Week Pass:

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