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

Racing season is in full swing, and after brief stints in Singapore and Malaysia,we’re now headed to the Japan Grand Prix.

Where to watch the Japan Grand Prix

Both Sky Sports and Channel 4 will be broadcasting various aspects of the Grand Prix, and we’ll outline the schedule below.

For Sky customers, you can watch coverage on Sky Sports F1 – that’s channel 408: Buy Sky Sports here

You can also follow the race on Sky Go: Click here for Sky Go

Non-subscribers can also watch race over on Sky’s NOW TV service by buying a £6.99 day pass: Buy Now TV Day Pass here

And if watching it isn’t a must, you can follow the latest news, insights, and live-blogging via the Sky Sports website and smartphone app.

You’ll also be able to watch the Grand Prix highlights over on Channel 4, as well as using the All 4 website or app. However, Channel 4 missed out on live coverage for the Japan Grand Prix: Click here for All 4

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2016 Japan Grand Prix TV Schedule

Friday 7th October 2016

Japanese GP Free Practice 1 (01:45) – Sky Sports F1

Japanese GP Free Practice 2 (05:45) – Sky Sports F1

Saturday 8th October 2016

Japanese GP Free Practice 3 (03:45) – Sky Sports F1

Japanese GP Qualifying (06:00) – Sky Sports F1

Japanese GP Qualifying Highlights (12:30) – Channel 4

Sunday 9th October 2016

Japanese GP Track Parade (04:30) – Sky Sports F1

Japanese GP Pit Lane (05:00) – Sky Sports F1

Japanese GP Race 2016 (06:00) – Sky Sports F1

Japanese GP Race 2016 Highlights (13:30) – Channel 4

2016 Japan Grand Prix background info

Track: Suzuka International Racing Course
First Grand Prix: 1987
Number of laps: 53
Circuit length: 5.807km
Race distance: 307.471km
Lap record: 1:31:540 – Kimi Räikkönen (2005)

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