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

Oracle Red Bull Racing Dutch rider Max Verstappen pictured during the F1 Grand Prix of Belgium auto

Formula 1 returns to Spa-Francorchamps for the third Sprint weekend of the season, as Max Verstappen looks to continue his fine form into the summer break by taking another victory at the Belgian Grand Prix.

Verstappen – a two-time winner at Spa – is on a run of seven straight victories heading to Belgium, and currently sits at the top of the drivers’ championship by 110 points over his team mate, Sergio Perez.

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The Dutch driver will be looking to make it eight in a row this weekend, but can Perez pick up his third win of the season instead? Or can McLaren, Mercedes, Ferrari, or Aston Martin get one of their drivers onto the top step of the podium?

Well, with the new 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, July 28. The Sprint Shootout, which will be followed by the 100km dash, will follow on Saturday, July 29, before the Belgian Grand Prix on Sunday, July 30.

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 Belgian Grand Prix?

For details of the broadcaster in your area click here.
You can also watch the Belgian Grand Prix via F1 TV Pro (in selected countries only).
To view the 2023 F1 calendar, click here.



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