Turkish Grand Prix TV times

Posted on Author Keith Collantine

It’s the Turkish Grand Prix this weekend – here are details of when the sessions are being broadcast on the BBC.

Friday 5th June

First practice: 08:00-09:30 – BBC Red Button and online
Second practice: 12:00-13:30 – BBC Red Button and online

Saturday 6th June

Third practice: 09:00-10:00 – BBC Red Button and online
Qualifying: 11:10-13:15 – BBC One, online and BBC Red Button

Sunday 7th June

Turkish Grand Prix: 12:10-15:00 – BBC One, online and BBC Red Button followed by Interactive Forum

Highlights: 19:00-20:00, BBC Three/BBC Red Button/online

Please post details of F1 coverage in your area below.

7 comments on “Turkish Grand Prix TV times”

  1. Terry Fabulous
    1st June 2009, 0:35

    Urban Aussie F1 fans are in for another treat with both qually and the race live on ONE!!!

    Qually Saturday 20:55 – 22:10
    Race Sunday 21:00 – Midnight

    Channel Ten analogue has race on 23.10 – 1:25 Delay

    1. damonsmedley
      1st June 2009, 3:02

      Why don’t Tasmanians get OneHD? I have’nt seen one qualifying session this year other than when I was at the Melbourne GP!

      1. Terry Fabulous
        1st June 2009, 5:33

        Yeah I must admit it makes the Govt’s ads for Digital TV a bit weak.

        ‘Get ready, cause here we come…… if you live in a large urban areas, sucks to the rest of yous!’

    2. noice – partial thankyou to oneHD for broadcasting most of F1 to most of Australia some of the time.

      St Bernie has just(in) slain the Ferrari Dragon, I’m trying to get my hands on another non-geolocked feed.

  2. Here in the USA it will be SPEED Channel Fri and Sat at 8 am then 3 pm local time Sunday on FOX.
    SPEED TV is cable (and has all but 4 races) and FOX is OVer The Air (just the 4 races in June/July)

  3. If the UK times above are correct we’ll just get the qualifying at 6pm tonight and the race at 7pm tomorrow on espn/star, right pain with commercials!

  4. does anyone know the band who did the music video half-way through the Turkish on Speed Channel? It was background sound to a montage of race images, but I deleted by accident from DVR before I could go back in and check. Good tune…

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