What time is the 2020 Portuguese Grand Prix on and how can I watch it?
Make sure you catch every moment of the first Portuguese Grand Prix since 1996 as Portimao makes its Formula 1 debut, so here's when and where to watch the Portuguese race weekend.
It may be the same country in which Ayrton Senna took his first Grand Prix victory but Portimao is a very different venue than Estoril, with sweeping corners and dramatic altitude changes on recently resurfaced asphalt.
Mercedes have a chance to take their seventh constructors' championship here but Red Bull could rain on their parade, and there's plenty more up for grabs down the order.
Furthermore, there's the gradually unravelling drama of the driver market – who will take seats at the likes of Haas and Alfa Romeo for 2021?
To make sure you don't miss a minute of the action, check out what time the race starts where you are in the graphic below, and for more information on what time you can watch FP1 & FP2 on Friday and FP3 & Qualifying on Saturday in your location, visit our PORTUGUESE GRAND PRIX RACE HUB, which features a dynamic time converter giving you all the info you need.