2024 F1 Spanish GP: How to watch, stream online, TV schedule, and more

F1 Grand Prix of Spain
Max Verstappen of the Netherlands driving the (1) Oracle Red Bull Racing RB19 leads Carlos Sainz of Spain driving (55) the Ferrari SF-23 on track during the F1 Grand Prix of Spain

The 2024 Spanish GP is touted to be one of the most anticipated races in recent years, given the run of results in the last couple of races. In the previous years, the race at the Circuit de Catalunya had not been the most exciting, given the dominance of Red Bull since the beginning of the ground effect regulations in the 2022 season.

However, the 2024 edition looks finely poised, as any of the top four teams, Red Bull, Ferrari, McLaren, and Mercedes could find themselves as a potential candidate for victory in Barcelona this upcoming weekend.

The last race in Canada might have been another win in Max Verstappen's column, but any of the McLaren's Lando Norris and Mercedes's George Russell could have won, given each led the race at some point in time.

Similar to previous race weekends, several teams would be bringing upgrades to the Spanish GP for further improvements to extract better performance from their 2024 challengers.

Everything to know about the 2024 F1 Spanish GP

Timings for all sessions

Here is the complete schedule for the 2024 F1 Spanish GP:

Friday, June 21

Practice 1: 12.30 pm GMT (1:30 BST) (5 pm IST)

Practice 2: 4 pm GMT (5 pm BST) (8:30 pm IST)

Saturday, June 22

Practice 3: 11:30 am GMT (12:30 pm BST) (5 pm IST)

Qualifying: 3 pm GMT (4 pm BST) (7:30 pm IST)

Sunday, June 23

Spanish GP: 2 pm GMT (3 pm BST) (6:30 pm IST)

F1 fans can convert the provided timings to their local time zones to avoid missing the action from Spain.

Where to watch the F1 Spanish GP 2024

The race in Barcelona is shaping up to be a pivotal one for assessing every team's performance for the remaining races, given the track characteristics of the Circuit de Catalunya.

F1 fans too would be eager to see all 20 drivers in action on a track that everyone knows pretty well. The event will be telecasted on a variety of TV channels across the globe. Below is the list of some of the broadcasters that will telecast the race this weekend:

  • UK - Sky Sports, Channel 4
  • USA - ESPN, ESPN Deportes
  • India - FanCode, F1TV
  • Australia - Fox Sports
  • Canada - RDS, RDS 2, TSN, Noovo

Fans can access and check with local TV listings to better gauge and get informed about which channels would broadcast the Spanish GP. They can also stream the race in Barcelona with F1's official streaming app, F1TV, livestreaming every single session on their website and app.

F1TV aids fans with more analytical insights into the sport and provides them with an experience that can immerse them in the pinnacle of motorsport.

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