F1 Belgian Grand Prix 2020 Start Time & Broadcast Channel

F1 Belgian Grand Prix 2020 Start Time & Broadcast Channel

The Belgian Grand Prix starts at 3.10pm local time this Sunday, Get up to speed with everything you need to know about the 2020 Belgian Grand Prix, which takes place over 44 laps of the 7.004-kilometre Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps on Sunday, August 30.

After a fantastic race in Barcelona, now is the time to go on to Belgium to its seventh round of this F1 20 20 season Mercedes have now been exceptionally dominant at the 2 rounds thus far, winning 5 of the 6 races being offered.

Traditionally, Spa can be really a sea of crimson -- by the lengthy traffic jams that weave in the circuit daily into the flows of orange-clad fans drifting from their campsites into the grandstands or bud banks which straddle the trail, this is now Verstappen-country, a cauldron of service to get one of F1's brightest young talents.

This past year, it's lacking this air, due to the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic, however, Verstappen is itching to get OnTrack to come Friday morning. I enjoy Spa," he explained. It is my favorite circuit to the calendar so I am consistently anticipating driving there. It's somewhat more old school as well so there is perhaps not too far runoff in certain regions.

Belgian Grand Prix 2020 Broadcast Channel

Sky has nabbed the rights to Formula 1, meaning you'll be able to see it all via Sky Sports and its dedicated Sky Sports F1 channel. Subscribers also get to watch on the move using the Sky Go app , which is available on nearly all modern phones, tablets, laptops, PCs and consoles.

For those of you without Sky, the best option is to nab a Now TV Sky Sports Monthly Pass, which includes all 11 channels - currently down to just £25 a month as part of a special two-month deal. As well as plenty more F1 action, this will get you access to live Premier League football, Test cricket, and lots more.

Belgian Grand Prix 2020 full schedule

Belgian Grand Prix practice

Friday 28th August (Sky Sports F1)

Practice 1 – 5am ET

Practice 2 – 9am ET

Saturday 29th August (Sky Sports F1)

Practice 3 – 6am ET

Belgian Grand Prix qualifying

Saturday 29th August (Sky Sports F1)

Qualifying – 9am ET

Belgian Grand Prix

Sunday 30th August (Sky Sports F1)

Race – 9.10am ET