Watch the Austrian, British and Hungarian GPs live on Sky Sports F1 with a NOW TV month pass
Last Updated: 07/07/17 6:40am
Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel's title fight is heating up and you can watch July's three races live on Sky Sports F1 via a NOW TV month pass.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff declared "the gloves are now off" after the two title rivals came to blows in Azerbaijan, with Vettel twice running into Hamilton's car.
The incident has added spice to the previously respectful championship battle and with three grands prix in the next four weeks, the tension is only set to increase.
And non-Sky Sports subscribers can watch every lap of practice, qualifying and the races on Sky Sports F1 for just £33.99 via a NOW TV month pass, with no contract required.
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First up is the Austrian GP this weekend, which is exclusively live on Sky Sports F1.
Hamilton is looking to make it back-to-back wins at the Red Bull Ring while Red Bull drivers Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo, victorious last time out in Baku, will be eyeing success on their home circuit.
Then it's on to Silverstone for the British GP where Hamilton can become the first driver to win the race four years in a row and join Jim Clark and Alain Prost as the most successful drivers at the circuit.
Vettel, meanwhile, will be hoping to turn around his comparatively poor record at the Northamptonshire circuit, the four-time world champion having only been victorious once and claimed three more podiums.
The month rounds off with the Hungarian GP from July 28-30, with the action once again exclusively live on Sky Sports F1.
Hamilton is the most successful driver around the Hungaroring, his victory last year having taken him to five in total, while Vettel was the race winner two years ago.
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