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2017 Belgian Grand Prix TV Times

2017 Belgian Grand Prix

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Join us on F1 Fanatic Live throughout every session of the Belgian Grand Prix weekend plus the major support events and the IndyCar race in the early hours of Sunday morning. Look out for the live page on the site during every session and follow all the action with your fellow F1 Fanatics.

Here are the details of Sky and Channel 4’s coverage of the 2017 Belgian Grand Prix in the UK:

Friday 25th – Sunday 27th August 2017

SessionChannelCoverage startsSession startsSession ends
FridayBelgian Grand Prix first practice liveChannel 48:559:0010:30
FridayBelgian Grand Prix first practice liveSky Sports F18:459:0010:30
FridayBelgian Grand Prix second practice liveChannel 412:5513:0014:30
FridayBelgian Grand Prix second practice liveSky Sports F112:4513:0014:30
SaturdayBelgian Grand Prix third practice liveChannel 49:5510:0011:00
SaturdayBelgian Grand Prix third practice liveSky Sports F19:4510:0011:00
SaturdayBelgian Grand Prix qualifying liveChannel 411:5513:00
SaturdayBelgian Grand Prix qualifying liveSky Sports F112:0013:00
SaturdayFormula Two Belgium feature race liveSky Sports F114:5514:40
SaturdayGP3 Belgium race one liveSky Sports F116:3016:30
SundayIndyCar Gateway 500 liveBT Sport ESPN02:0002:30
SundayGP3 Belgium race two liveSky Sports F108:1508:15
SundayFormula Two Belgium sprint race liveSky Sports F109:1509:15
SundayBelgian Grand Prix liveChannel 412:0013:00
SundayBelgian Grand Prix liveSky Sports F111:3013:00

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Keith Collantine
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7 comments on “2017 Belgian Grand Prix TV Times”

  1. I was just wondering that what’s with the ‘BBC Red Button.’ What’s with that exception to the rule?

  2. Oh Keith, i’ve just noticed the ad for Now TV at the bottom, i guess this means you support the pay wall for F1.

    1. I’ve written about that several times before – you can read what I think about it here and here.

      1. The first link is just information about the pay tv deal, not your opinion. The second has the hint of you don’t agree with it, nothing to condemn it. They are also 8 and 6 years old. Saying you don’t agree with something is very easy to do, taking money from the thing you disagree with tells the real story.

        1. Both are comment pieces, which is why they are clearly labelled as such, and I haven’t changed my opinion since they were written.

          But I’m enjoying the comedy of someone insisting that my opinion is the exact opposite of what it is, though.

          1. And i’m enjoying seeing some one be completely contradictory. Saying one thing and acting the opposite, keep thinking your’e fighting for the free to air when you spend that hard earned cash from Murdoch’s pocket.

    2. Pat Ruadh (@fullcoursecaution)
      23rd August 2017, 15:16

      Whether or not he agrees with the business model is irrelevant, given that he doesn’t have the power to change it.

      K does us a service by linking us to by far the cheapest legal way to watch live F1 in the UK when the live race isn’t on free-to-air, and if he can make commission on that then its a win-win.

      Unless you honestly believe an F1Fanatic boycott would persuade Sky to give up that contract, you are just shooting the messenger.

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