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

BUDAPEST, HUNGARY - JULY 31: A rear view round turn one at the start during the F1 Grand Prix of

Formula 1 heads to Budapest for the first of two back-to-back races before the summer break, with the drivers getting set to go racing at the Hungarian Grand Prix. And here is how and when you can watch all the weekend’s action unfold.

Max Verstappen comes into the Hungarian Grand Prix having won six races on the bounce and currently sits at the top of the drivers’ championship ahead of his Red Bull team mate, Sergio Perez, by 99 points.

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Verstappen won last year’s race in Budapest ahead of eight-time winner at the Hungaroring, Lewis Hamilton, with George Russell rounding out the top three. So, can Verstappen make it two wins in a row in Hungary or can someone else make their way onto the top step of the rostrum this weekend?

The action starts with FP1 and FP2 on Friday, July 21, in preparation for qualifying on Saturday, July 22, and the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday, July 23.

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


How can I watch the 2023 Hungarian Grand Prix?

For details of the broadcaster in your area click here.

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

Broadcast partners Sky Group will be showing a special broadcast for children this weekend on Sky Deutschland and Sky UK. The broadcast is the first of its kind in motorsport and includes an enhanced viewing experience for younger fans – featuring 3D augmented graphics, child-friendly explainers and a bespoke package of colourful animations.

Sky UK’s FYI presenters Braydon and Scarlett, and young go-karter Zac, will join 2016 Formula 1 World Champion Nico Rosberg, former NASCAR and IndyCar racer Danica Patrick and the Sky Sports F1 team to present F1 Juniors, whilst Sky Deutschland’s Sky Next Generation show will be presented by Phoenix, Ruby and Karl, accompanied by Sky commentator Frank “Buschi” Buschmann, current Formula 3 driver Sophia Florsch and Sky Sports F1 reporter Sandra Baumgartner.

Young fans can tune into watch from 1330 BST on Sky Sports Mix and Sky Showcase on Sunday 23rd July in the UK and from 1400 CET on Sky Sport 1 and Sky Sport Top Event in Germany (subject to Sky scheduling changes).

Separately, Sky Deutschland will also be streaming their regular coverage of the Hungarian Grand Prix free and without commercial breaks on their Sky Sport YouTube channel, website and Sky Sport app – their second free-to-air broadcast of the season.

To view the 2023 F1 calendar, click here.



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