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2013 Hungarian Grand Prix TV Times

2013 Hungarian Grand PrixPosted on | Author Keith Collantine

Start, Hungaroring, 2012F1 Fanatic Live will be running during the entire Hungarian Grand Prix weekend. 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 the BBC’s coverage of the Hungarian Grand Prix in the UK:

Friday 26th July 2013

Session Channel Coverage starts Session starts Session ends
Hungarian Grand Prix first practice live Sky Sports F1 08:45 09:00 10:30
GP2 Hungary practice live Sky Sports F1 11:00 11:00 11:30
Hungarian Grand Prix second practice live Sky Sports F1 12:45 13:00 14:30
GP2 Hungary qualifying live Sky Sports F1 14:50 14:55 15:25

Saturday 27th July 2013

Session Channel Coverage starts Session starts Session ends
GP3 Hungary qualifying Sky Sports F1 08:45 08:45 09:15
Hungarian Grand Prix third practice live Sky Sports F1 09:45 10:00 11:00
Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying live Sky Sports F1 12:00 13:00
GP2 Hungary feature race live Sky Sports F1 14:35 14:40
GP3 Hungary race one live Sky Sports F1 16:15 16:20
Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying highlights BBC1 17:15

Sunday 28th July 2013

Session Channel Coverage starts Session starts
GP3 Hungary race two live Sky Sports F1 08:20 08:25
GP2 Hungary sprint race live Sky Sports F1 09:30 09:35
Hungarian Grand Prix live Sky Sports F1 11:30 13:00
Hungarian Grand Prix highlights BBC1 17:05

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13 comments on “2013 Hungarian Grand Prix TV Times”

  1. RaceProUK (@)
    25th July 2013, 9:41

    Since I’m not interested in lining Rupert Murdoch’s pockets, I think I’ll be mostly watching the Blancpain 24h Spa. Mostly.

    1. I assume by that logic, you haven’t seen any 20th Century Fox films or TV shows either? If not, then fair play to you, you must have some very strictly defined and adhered to morals. As I’m more than an average fan myself, and couldn’t bear to miss a race, i’m happy to pay for the good things in life.. Money can’t buy me happiness, so why not spend it on the things i enjoy, even if I have every little. Sky’s coverage is second to none IMO.

      1. RaceProUK (@)
        25th July 2013, 12:28

        There was an implicit ‘to watch something that should be free-to-air’ ;)

        1. Why should anything other then local news & information be free-to-air?

          1. RaceProUK (@)
            26th July 2013, 8:17

            Because not everyone can afford/wants to spend hundreds of pounds a year to watch their favourite sport, especially one that adds as much money to the UK economy as F1 does.

          2. Not everyone wants to go to grade school but they have too. Doing things you don’t want to do or passing on things because you can not put yourself in the position to acquire them is part of life.

          3. RaceProUK (@)
            26th July 2013, 9:11

            @fisha695 – You’ve just compared a basic human right to a hobby. Therefore, as far as I’m concerned, your argument is null and void. Not to mention completely ridiculous.

          4. @raceprouk – Education is a right, having that education taught to you at a grade school isn’t ;)

          5. RaceProUK (@)
            26th July 2013, 23:51

            @fisha695 Keep digging – you might actually find a workable argument. But I doubt it.

      2. IMO, it’s second to the BBC’s. It’s not terrible, but I’d always prefer the BBC coverage.

  2. is it just me or do the BBC seem to have ALOT less races this year seems like they’ve only had a few.

  3. In Belgium:
    RTBF – La Deux: the Hungarian Grand Prix qualifying live:
    13:55 (GMT+1)

    RTBF – La Une: the Hungarian Grand Prix live:
    coverage: 13:30 (GMT +1) & race @ 13:55 (GMT+1)

  4. Germany Free-to-air:
    Friday 26th July 19.15 – 20.15 Highlights 1st & 2nd Practice Sport1
    Saturday 27th July 12.30 – 13.20 3rd Practice RTL
    Saturday 27th July 13.30 – 15.20 Qualifying RTL
    Saturday 28th July 12.45 – 16.25 Race RTL

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