2012 Indian Grand Prix TV Times

2012 Indian Grand Prix

F1 Fanatic Live will be running during the entire Indian Grand Prix weekend so look out for the live page on the site during every session.

Here are the details of Sky’s live video coverage and the BBC’s highlights of the Indian Grand Prix here in the UK.

For those in the UK, remember the clocks are moved backwards one hour at 2am on Sunday 28th October:

Friday 26th October 2012

Session Channel Coverage starts Session starts Session ends
Indian Grand Prix first practice live Sky Sports F1 05:15 05:30 07:00
Indian Grand Prix second practice live Sky Sports F1 09:15 09:30 11:00

Saturday 27th October 2012

Session Channel Coverage starts Session starts Session ends
Indian Grand Prix third practice live Sky Sports F1 06:15 06:30 07:30
Indian Grand Prix qualifying live Sky Sports F1 08:30 09:30
Indian Grand Prix qualifying highlights BBC1 13:00

Sunday 28th October 2012

Session Channel Coverage starts Session starts
Indian Grand Prix live Sky Sports F1 08:00 09:30
Indian Grand Prix highlights BBC1 17:30

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16 comments on 2012 Indian Grand Prix TV Times

  1. AndrewTanner (@andrewtanner) said on 25th October 2012, 13:38

    I’m in London this weekend so I’m praying that Sky Go can be of some use on my phone!

  2. xjr15jaaag (@xjr15jaaag) said on 25th October 2012, 17:08

    How come the BBC race highlights are on so late in comparison to the quali highlight time and the race start time?

    • BBC highlights being listed as 14:05 on their listings page on their website:

      • Chris (@coatesch1974) said on 26th October 2012, 13:49

        what the hell happened to two hour race highlight shows for non european races? they did this for bahrain & the way the race unfolded seemed completely different to what they showed (eg they showed raikonnen catching up to grosjean and immediately passing, whereas IRL he was stuck behind him & held up for a few laps before passing).

  3. @keithcollantine – so the race starts at 9.30 with the clocks changed?

  4. dot_com (@dot_com) said on 25th October 2012, 18:24

    I live in the US now – this had to be the least sociable Grand Prix weekend in the calendar!!

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