Are you ready for the next F1 race this weekend?
On Sunday, March 19, the 2023 Saudi Arabia Grand Prix will take place from the Jeddah Corniche Circuit with Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc, Sergio Perez and more racing for the win.
But, where do you watch it?
Keep reading to find out more…
Formula One races are easily one of the most popular events to watch, but many might not know even where you can stream the races at all. JustJared has rounded up a few ways that you can tune in:
Option 1: You can seek out the race on ABC, ESPN, and ESPN2.
Each Grand Prix race will be broadcast on those networks on Sunday, live. Just check your local lisings to confirm the actual time that it will be on the air.
The races will also be available to watch live on ESPN Deportes for Spanish speaking viewers.
Option 2: Head to F1TV!
F1 TV is available through Hulu in the US. You can catch the race through the Hulu + Live TV with subscriptions.
Another way to catch it through streaming is by the official F1 TV service — which costs $26.99–79.99/yr depending on the plan you choose.
Option 3: F1 fans can also catch the Sunday race on Sling TV and FuboTV as well.
Here’s the full race schedule for 2023:
- March 19 Saudi Arabia Grand Prix
- April 2 Australian Grand Prix
- April 30 Azerbaijan Grand Prix
- May 7 Miami Grand Prix
- May 21 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix
- May 28 Monaco Grand Prix
- June 4 Spanish Grand Prix
- June 18 Canadian Grand Prix
- July 2 Austrian Grand Prix
- July 9 British Grand Prix
- July 23 Hungarian Grand Prix
- July 30 Belgian Grand Prix
- August 27 Dutch Grand Prix
- September 3 Italian Grand Prix
- September 17 Singapore Grand Prix
- September 24 Japanese Grand Prix
- October 8 Qatari Grand Prix
- October 22 United States Grand Prix
- October 29 Mexican Grand Prix
- November 5 Brazilian Grand Prix
- November 19 Las Vegas Grand Prix
- November 26 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
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