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Where to see free practices, times, and program

Where to see free practices, times, and program

It's starting to get serious at Silverstone. Today, Friday, July 7, The long weekend of the British Grand Prix will finally beginthe tenth stage of the 2023 Formula 1 World Championship. It is one of the historic events in the entire calendar, and is now in its seventy-fourth edition.

Live broadcast of Formula 1 free practices at 1.30pm and 5.00pm

As usual, we'll likely see double-track racing: On the one hand Max Verstappen and the unstoppable Red BullAnd on the other hand all the others, with Ferrari ready to continue its growth path, confirming the positive aspects that have already appeared in Austria.

There will be two teams in particular trying to put a spanner in the works for the RedsAston Martin and Mercedes, ready for battle to collect important points in the constructors' classification. From the first free training session, we will begin to understand the progress made over the entire weekend.

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The first part will start at 1.30pm Italian time with FP1. FP2 will instead take place starting at 5 p.m. Here are all the details:

F1 – 2023 Great British Grand Prix programme

Friday, July 7 (Italian Times)
1.30pm – 2.30pm, free training 1
5.00pm – 6.00pm, Free Training 2

F1 – How to follow free practices on TV

Pay TV – Free practice for the British Grand Prix will be broadcast in its entirety direct Exclusively from Sky SportsAll sessions will be covered on the channels Sky Sports F1 (207) and Sky Sports Summer (201). For Sky Q owners, full live streaming will also be guaranteed through Sky Sport 4K (213), but only for FP1.

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Free and free TV – No date has been set for free practice.

flow – The entire Silverstone event can be followed live on PCs, tablets and smartphones via the app Heaven go (Reserved exclusively for Sky subscribers). It will also be possible to watch it on the Now TV on-demand streaming service.

Life life – OA Sport will bring you live coverage of every session of the British Grand Prix, from free practice to the checkered flag.

Photo: La Presse