The World Cup restarts after the summer break
The 2023 Formula 1 World Championship restarts with the Dutch GP, scheduled for Sunday 27 August after the summer break. The championship comes to the home of Max Verstappen, ruler of the season with Red Bull and on his way to winning his third consecutive title. On the Zandvoort track, the Dutch driver is aiming for his eighth consecutive victory.
The weekend, from free practice on Friday 25 August, to qualifying on Saturday 26 and the race on Sunday 27, will be broadcast live on Sky Sport for season ticket holders. In streaming, all live on the Now platform and on the SkyGo app.
On the other hand, qualifying and the race will be broadcast free-to-air and on TV8.
F1 GP NETHERLANDS 2023, SCHEDULE AND TV TIMES
Friday 25th August
12:30 Free practice 1 – Live on Sky Sport
16:00 Free practice 2 – Live on Sky Sport
Saturday 26th August
11:30 Free practice 3 – Live on Sky Sport
3.00 pm Qualifying – Live on Sky Sport; Deferred on Tv8 in the clear at 21;
Sunday 27th August
3.00 pm Dutch GP – Live on Sky Sport; Deferred on Tv8 in the clear at 6pm.