F1 Saudi Arabian GP: How to watch on TV in the USA on ESPN

F1 Saudi Arabian GP: How to watch on TV in the USA on ESPN

When is the 2023 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix?

This year’s race takes place on Sunday 19 March at 10:00am ET at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit.

There are two free practice sessions on Friday, and one on Saturday before qualifying.

What happened in last year’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix?

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen defeated Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc after a fierce duel for victory, with Carlos Sainz finishing third in the second Ferrari.

Leclerc and Verstappen played a wild tactical game of cat and mouse with each other regarding the position of the DRS detection zone.

Which channel shows F1 on TV in the USA?

All Formula 1 races will be shown live on U.S. TV by either ESPN, ESPN2 or ABC this year, as well as being streamed live or on-demand via its digital platform.

To make sure you don’t miss any of the action across practice, qualifying or racing – which will vary across its channels during the season – here’s how to tune in this weekend.

Friday 17 March

Session/show

Time

Channel

Practice 1:

09:25am ET

ESPN2

Practice 2:

12.55pm ET

ESPNews / ESPN3

F1 Show:

02:15pm ET

ESPN3

Saturday 18 March

Session/show

Time

Channel

Practice 3:

09:25am ET

ESPN2

Qualifying:

12:55pm ET

ESPNews / ESPN3

Sunday 19 March

Session/show

Time

Channel

GP Sunday:

11:30am ET

ESPN & ESPN+

Race:

12:55pm ET

ESPN & ESPN+

Checkered Flag:

03:00pm ET

ESPN3

Can I stream live F1 races in America?

Viewers in the United States can subscribe to F1 TV (f1tv.formula1.com) to stream the race on a device of their choice or via ESPN’s digital platform (espn.com/watch) with subscriptions.

All sessions will be streamed on the ESPN app and be available on demand.

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How can I watch the 2023 F1 season on TV?

Here are all the race dates and start times for the 2023 Formula 1 World Championship calendar, including which channel the race is being shown on in the United States.

Date

Race

Lights out

Channel

March 5

Bahrain GP

10:00am ET

ESPN

March 19

Saudi Arabian GP

1:00pm ET

ESPN

April 2

Australian GP

1:00am ET

ESPN

April 30

Azerbaijan GP

7:00am ET

ESPN

May 7

Miami GP

3:30pm ET

ABC

May 21

Emilia Romagna GP

9:00am ET

ESPN2

May 28

Monaco GP

9:00am ET

ABC

June 4

Spanish GP

9:00am ET

ESPN

June 18

Canadian GP

2:00pm ET

ABC

July 2

Austrian GP

9:00am ET

ESPN

July 9

British GP

10:00am ET

ESPN2

July 23

Hungarian GP

9:00am ET

ESPN

July 30

Belgian GP

9:00am ET

ESPN

August 27

Dutch GP

9:00am ET

ESPN

September 3

Italian GP

9:00am ET

ESPN

September 17

Singapore GP

8:00am ET

ESPN

September 24

Japanese GP

1:00am ET

ESPN2

October 8

Qatar GP

10:00am ET

ESPN2

October 22

United States GP

3:00pm ET

ABC

October 29

Mexican GP

4:00pm ET

ABC

November 5

Brazilian GP

12:00pm ET

ESPN2

November 19

Las Vegas GP

1:00am ET

ESPN

November 26

Abu Dhabi GP

8:00am ET

ESPN

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