What time is the 2023 Austrian Grand Prix and how can I watch it?

Max Verstappen (NEL), Oracle Red Bull Racing during the Formula 1 Championship 2022 Austrian Grand

Formula 1 returns to Spielberg for the second Sprint weekend of the season, as Max Verstappen looks to extend his lead at the top of the drivers’ championship, at his Red Bull team’s home race.

Verstappen heads to Austria with a 69-point lead over his team mate Sergio Perez in the drivers’ championship, as Red Bull also come to their home Grand Prix in red hot form. The reigning world champions have won every race so far this year, and currently sit at the top of the constructors’ standings with 321 points – 154 points ahead of second-placed Mercedes.

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Perez will be looking to close the gap to Verstappen by repeating his exploits from the first Sprint weekend of the season in Baku, where he made it a Sprint and race victory double. But, can any of Aston Martin, Mercedes, Ferrari and Alpine put Red Bull under pressure this weekend?

Well, with the revised Sprint format, each driver and their teams will be looking to make a fine start to the weekend in FP1, followed by qualifying for the race on Friday, June 30. The Sprint Shootout, which will be followed by the 100km dash, will follow on Saturday, July 1, before the Austrian Grand Prix on Sunday, July 2.

Head to the RACE HUB or scroll down for more on how and when you can watch the action, and for the start times for each session wherever you are in the world.


How can I watch the 2023 Austrian Grand Prix?

For details of the broadcaster in your area click here.

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

To view the 2023 F1 calendar, click here.


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