F1 French Grand Prix: Date, UK start time, TV channel, live stream for HUGE Paul Ricard race

FORMULA ONE has returned to the big screens just weeks after a fiery race on the Red Bull Ring circuit.

Ferrari icon Carlos Sainz literally witnessed his car go up in flames courtesy of an engine failure.

Carlos Sainz’s Ferrari caught alight during the Austrian GP race

Charles Leclerc came out on top in the Austrian GP[/caption]

Which presented seven-time World Champion Lewis Hamilton with the opportunity to claim third place on the podium.

But it was Charles Leclerc who had the last laugh as he finished first at the Austrian Grand Prix.

However, Max Verstappen is still in pole position to win the championship and the Red Bull racer will be eager to build on his 38 point gap.

When is the French Grand Prix?

  • The French Grand Prix is scheduled to take place on Sunday, July 24
  • It is expected get underway from 2pm UK time – 3pm local time.
  • Paul Ricard in Le Castellet, France is will be the allocated track for this race and it can host a staggering 90,000 fans
  • Max Verstappen started his streak of three consecutive wins at the French GP in 2021.


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Is the French Grand Prix on TV and can I live stream it?

  • The French Grand Prix will be broadcasted LIVE on Sky Sports F1.
  • Subscription members of Sky Sports can stream the entire action on the Sky Go app or Sky Sports website.
  • Or the race will be available to NOW TV users via all mobile devices and tablets.

What is the French Grand Prix FULL schedule?

Friday July 22

  • Practice One – 1pm
  • Practice Two – 2pm

Saturday July 23

  • Practice Three – 12pm
  • Qualifying – 3pm

Sunday July 24

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