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Session start times revealed for the 2019 F1 season

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MELBOURNE GRAND PRIX CIRCUIT, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 25: Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes AMG F1 W09, leads Kimi

The 2019 Formula 1 season will take in 21 Grands Prix across five continents. To make sure you don’t miss any of the exciting action, scroll down for the local start time for each and every session this season – with the only difference this year compared to 2018 being that the French Grand Prix will start an hour earlier.

Click here for the full 2019 Formula 1 calendar.

GRAND PRIXFP1FP2FP3QUALIFYINGRACE
Australia1200-13301600-17301400-15001700-18001610
Bahrain1400-14301800-19301500-16001800-19001810
China1000-11301400-15301100-12001400-15001410
Azerbaijan1300-14301700-18301400-15001700-18001610
Spain1100-12301500-16301200-13001500-16001510
Monaco*1100-12301500-16301200-13001500-16001510
Canada1000-11301400-15301100-12001400-15001410
France1100-12301500-16301200-13001500-16001510
Austria1100-12301500-16301200-13001500-16001510
Great Britain1000-11301400-15301100-12001400-15001410
Germany1100-12301500-16301200-13001500-16001510
Hungary1100-12301500-16301200-13001500-16001510
Belgium1100-12301500-16301200-13001500-16001510
Italy1100-12301500-16301200-13001500-16001510
Singapore1630-18002030-22001800-19002100-22002010
Russia1100-12301500-16301200-13001500-16001410
Japan1000-11301400-15301200-13001500-16001410
Mexico1000-11301400-15301000-11001300-14001310
United States1100-12301500-16301300-14001600-17001310
Brazil1100-12301500-16301200-13001500-16001510
Abu Dhabi1300-14301700-18301400-15001700-18001710

*Free Practice 1 and 2 take place on Thursday

To view complete details of the 2019 Formula 1 schedule, click here.

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