2014 Spanish Grand Prix TV Times

2014 Spanish Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull, Circuit de Catalunya, 2013F1 Fanatic Live will be running during the entire Spanish 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.

We’ll also be following the first ever IndyCar race on the Indianapolis road course plus all the GP2 and GP3 action.

Here are the details of Sky and the BBC’s coverage of the 2014 Spanish Grand Prix in the UK:

Friday 9 May 2014

Session Channel Coverage starts Session starts Session ends
Spanish Grand Prix first practice live BBC2 08:55 09:00 10:30
Spanish Grand Prix first practice live Sky Sports F1 08:45 09:00 10:30
GP2 Spain practice live Sky Sports F1 11:00 11:00 11:30
Spanish Grand Prix second practice live BBC2 13:00 13:00 14:30
Spanish Grand Prix second practice live Sky Sports F1 12:45 13:00 14:30
GP2 Spain qualifying live Sky Sports F1 14:50 14:55 15:25

Saturday 10 May 2014

Session Channel Coverage starts Session starts Session ends
GP3 Spain qualifying Sky Sports F1 08:45 08:45 09:15
Spanish Grand Prix third practice live BBC2 09:55 10:00 11:00
Spanish Grand Prix third practice live Sky Sports F1 09:45 10:00 11:00
Spanish Grand Prix qualifying live BBC1 12:20 13:00
Spanish Grand Prix qualifying live Sky Sports F1 12:00 13:00
GP2 Spain feature race live Sky Sports F1 14:35 14:40
GP3 Spain race one live Sky Sports F1 16:15 16:20
IndyCar Grand Prix of Indianapolis live ESPN 20:30 20:50

Sunday 11 May 2014

Session Channel Coverage starts Session starts
GP3 Spain race two live Sky Sports F1 08:20 08:25
GP2 Spain sprint race live Sky Sports F1 09:30 09:35
Spanish Grand Prix live BBC1 12:15 13:00
Spanish Grand Prix live Sky Sports F1 11:30 13:00

For details of coverage in your area see these links or share information in the comments:

If you’re unable to watch the race at your location, join the F1 in Pubs forum to find a place to watch the race:

Find times for every F1 session this year and all the 2014 race dates with the F1 Fanatic Google Calendar.

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15 comments on 2014 Spanish Grand Prix TV Times

  1. Optimaximal (@optimaximal) said on 8th May 2014, 10:04

    *EDDIE JORDAN KLAXON*

  2. William (@william) said on 8th May 2014, 10:17

    In Australia, One will have live qualifying and the race will be shown in HD in WA and SA. The race will be on Ten from 9.45pm AEST

  3. Younes said on 8th May 2014, 10:27

    Hi @keith !
    Would it be possible to add a timezone selector? Its not a very hard thing to do and would be very helpful to non brits like me :).
    Cheers

    • Younes said on 8th May 2014, 10:27

      That would be @keithcollantine. Sorry

    • glue (@glue) said on 8th May 2014, 10:55

      Its not a very hard thing to do

      As opposed to doing a quick mental calculation and accounting for the time zone difference to the UK?

      • Younes said on 8th May 2014, 16:51

        @glue Yes. Every person not based in the UK needs to compute that for every hour of the weekend and evry race of the season. This person also needs to be aware of the difference in timezones (which is not obvious for everybody) plus you need to take into account summer time which starts in different days depending on the country….

        Instead taking a list of timezone to time difference somewhere from the internet and write two lines of code to update the times shown there is not particularly difficult and would help us all.

    • Keith Collantine (@keithcollantine) said on 8th May 2014, 18:08

      If you’re not in Britain, why do you care what time the television coverage starts in Britain?

      At any rate, you should be able to view the session times for your timezone via the F1 Fanatic Google Calendar linked in the article

  4. craig-o (@craig-o) said on 8th May 2014, 14:20

    3 races on Saturday and 3 on Sunday. All of them will be pretty intriguing!

    The first GP3 round of the year. The previous champions have all made it to F1 except Mitch Evans, so no pressure on this year’s bunch!

    The second GP2 round this year, with Sergio Canamasas and Johnny Cecotto Jr. at Trident, at least the other drivers know who to avoid! We will probably see who can mount a title challenge here.

    The first Grand Prix of Indianapolis. The new road course layout looks fantastic, so really looking forward to this.

    And of course, the Spanish Grand Prix. Who really has a handy car? Can Red Bull challenge Mercedes? What about Ferrari?

  5. timi (@timi) said on 8th May 2014, 15:51

    Hallelujah F1 is back in Europe and the session times fit into my revision schedule perfectly. Oh happy days!

  6. Andre Furtado (@f1andy83) said on 8th May 2014, 21:57

    Would be really cool if you added US times here, I know this site is mostly UK, but I think there are a lot of Americans feeling a bit left out.

    • AlonsoWDC (@alonsowdc) said on 8th May 2014, 23:43

      I am able to do the math almost instantly, so I don’t really care, but the insisting refusals to adapt to this site’s diverse membership (in this aspect) is just obstructing at this point.

  7. Ross said on 11th May 2014, 2:38

    Thank you! It can be so hard to find GP start times on any of the big sport sites.

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