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2012 Chinese Grand Prix TV Times

2012 Chinese Grand PrixPosted on | Author Keith Collantine

The McLarens pounce on Vettel at the start in ShanghaiF1 Fanatic Live will be running during the entire Chinese Grand Prix weekend so look out for the live page on the site during every session.

We will also be following the IndyCar Grand Prix of Long Beach on Sunday evening.

Here are the details of Sky and the BBC’s live video coverage of the Chinese Grand Prix here in the UK:

Friday 13th April 2011

Chinese Grand Prix Free practice 1: 02:45 – 04:30 (BBC Red Button and online, Sky Sports F1)

Chinese Grand Prix Free practice 2: 06:45 – 08:30 (BBC Red Button and online, Sky Sports F1)

Saturday 14th April 2011

Chinese Grand Prix Free practice 3: 03:45 – 05:00 (BBC Red Button and online, Sky Sports F1)

Chinese Grand Prix Qualifying: 06:00 – 08:30 (BBC1, Red Button and online, Sky Sports F1)
Qualifying starts at 07:00

Sunday 15th April 2011

Chinese Grand Prix: 06:30 (Sky)/07:00 (BBC) – 10:30 (BBC1, Red Button and online, Sky Sports F1)
Race starts at 08:00

IndyCar Grand Prix of Long Beach: 21:00 (Sky Sports 4)

Please share details of the F1 coverage in your area below.

Find times for every F1 session this year and all the 2012 race dates with the F1 Fanatic Google Calendar.

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8 comments on “2012 Chinese Grand Prix TV Times”

  1. As an American who uses a UK proxy server to watch races, I could not be happier that I finally get to see every session on the iPlayer whenever I want.

    1. What server do u use?

    2. Yes, and we can pay our licence fee to give you the privilege!

      1. I’m a license fee payer… and I say use as much iPlayer as you like. Couldn’t care less.

        1. I would love to pay for sky to watch formula 1 if I could stream into my computer. Does anyone know how to make sky work from the USA?

          1. Have you tried vipbox tv? It wont be all that sky has to offer, but I have watched much of what f1 has had to offer so far this season. Oh, there are some really annoying ads and pop-ups, but it’s worth all that just to watch the practices/qualifying and races live. http://www.vipbox.tv/

  2. In the US:

    Practice 1: Thursday, 10:00 pm eastern (live online stream on SpeedTV.com)

    Practice 2: Friday, 2:00 am eastern (broadcast live on SpeedTV)

    Practice 3: Friday, 11:00 pm eastern (live online stream on SpeedTV.com)

    Qualifying: Saturday, 2:00 am eastern (broadcast live on SpeedTV)

    Race: Sunday, 3:00 am eastern (broadcast live on SpeedTV)

  3. I love how the Indy Car race is on late for us UK fans. My birthday is on Monday so that will set me up perfectly!

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