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F1 Brazil Grand Prix Live Stream: How to watch the 2016 Formula 1 GP online

Listen up, racing nuts: Brazil’s Formula 1 is underway, so here’s how to watch all the Grand Prix goodness live as it happens.

Sky Sports will be airing all of the actual race live, while Channel 4 will be on hand to supply highlights coverage afterwards.

For Sky customers, you can watch live coverage on the Sky Sports F1 or Sky Sports F1 HD channels. Try channel 408 for the former: Buy Sky Sports here

You’ll also be able to follow the race on Sky Go: Click here for Sky Go

If you’re not a Sky subscriber, you’ll be able to watch the race over on Sky’s NOW TV service by buying a £6.99 day pass: Buy NOW TV Day Pass here

And if you’re not deadset on watching coverage, you’ll be able to follow news, insights, and live-blogging via the Sky Sports website and smartphone app.

You’ll also be able to check out highlights from the Brazil Formula One Grand Prix over on Channel 4, as well as using the All 4 website or app. Unfortunately, there won’t be any live coverage of the race on Channel 4 in the UK: Click here for All 4

Here are the times you’ll want to tune in to Sky to follow the race. All times given are in London time (GMT).

Saturday:

  • 12:45 – Brazilian GP Practice Three
  • 15:00 – Brazilian GP Qualifying Build-up
  • 16:00 – Brazilian GP Qualifying


Sunday:

  • 14:30 – Brazilian Track Parade
  • 15:00 – Brazilian GP Pitlane
  • 16:00 – The Brazilian Grand Prix
  • 18:30 – Brazilian GP Paddock

First Grand Prix: 1973
Number of laps: 71
Circuit length: 4.309km
Race distance: 305.909km
Lap Record: 1hr 11min 47.3secs (Juan Pablo Montoya – 2004)

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