What time is the 2021 F1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix and how can I watch it?


The Azerbaijan Grand Prix circuit has served up a different winner every year since 2016, and you won't want to miss Formula 1's fifth visit to this venue that brings drama at every corner.

Baku first hosted Formula 1 under the European Grand Prix banner in 2016, when Nico Rosberg took victory, before it became the Azerbaijan GP the following year when Daniel Ricciardo won for Red Bull in a thoroughly absorbing contest.

Ricciardo and his then-Red Bull team mate Max Verstappen collided dramatically in 2018, however, while likely winner Valtteri Bottas suffered a puncture just a few laps from the flag. That gave Lewis Hamilton his first win at Baku, but Bottas bounced back in 2019 – the last running of this spectacular Grand Prix.

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This season, Verstappen and Hamilton arrive in Azerbaijan just four points apart in the drivers' standings while Red Bull are one point ahead of Mercedes in the constructors' championship, so it's all to play for once again on the streets of Baku.

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 AZERBAIJAN GRAND PRIX RACE HUB which features a dynamic time converter giving you all the info you need.


Our infographic shows what time the race begins in your area

How can I watch the race?

For details of the broadcaster in your area, click here.

You can also watch the Azerbaijan Grand Prix via F1 TV Pro (in selected countries only).

To view complete details of the 2021 Formula 1 schedule, click here.



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