Spanish GP live on Sky Sports F1: When and how to watch
Watch all the action this weekend live only on Sky Sports F1; Sunday's race at 2.10pm
Last Updated: 15/08/20 5:18pm
Can Max Verstappen and Red Bull do it again? F1's second triple header of the season concludes with the Spanish Grand Prix this weekend, live only on Sky Sports F1.
Three months after the Barcelona race should have taken place, F1 returns to a behind-closed-doors Circuit de Catalunya for the latest chapter in the sport's action-packed season.
The race is live only on Sky Sports F1.
- The Grand Prix starts at 2.10pm on Sunday, with extensive build-up from 12.30pm on Sky F1 and Main Event
In addition to the latest action from F2 and F3 from Barcelona, the Sky F1 schedule this weekend also includes live coverage of Qualifying for the Indianapolis 500, from 8pm on Saturday and 6pm on Sunday. The world-famous Indy 500 itself - featuring Fernando Alonso - is live on Sunday, August 23.
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Sky F1's schedule this weekend
Sunday, August 16
8.35am: F3 Race Two LIVE!
10am: F2 Race Two LIVE!
11.20am: Porsche Supercup LIVE!
12.30pm: Grand Prix Sunday LIVE! (Simulcast on Sky Sports Main Event)
2.10pm: THE 2020 SPANISH GRAND PRIX LIVE! (Simulcast on Sky Sports Main Event)
4pm: Chequered flag LIVE!
6pm: Indy 500 Qualifying LIVE! - Fast 9
8pm: Spanish GP Highlights
11.10pm: Spanish GP Race Replay
How to watch F1 with Sky Sports
Whether watching on the big or small screen, Sky Sports F1 has you covered for the new F1 season.
In addition to the coverage of every track session from each weekend on our TV channel, subscribers can also watch live coverage and in-race clips on the Sky Sports App.
The App features Race Control - giving you access to on-board driver feeds, a mix feed, driver tracker and live timings. Race Control is also available via the Red Button on Sky Q and HD boxes.
Sky Q is also the home of advanced features, including an interactive track map, plus the latest video clips of action, features and interviews.