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Here are the details of Sky and Channel 4’s coverage of the 2017 Australian Grand Prix in the UK:
|Day||Session||Channel||Coverage starts||Session starts||Session ends|
|Friday||Australian Grand Prix first practice live||Sky Sports F1||00:30||01:00||02:30|
|Friday||Australian Grand Prix second practice live||Sky Sports F1||04:45||05:00||06:30|
|Saturday||Australian Grand Prix third practice live||Sky Sports F1||02:45||03:00||04:00|
|Saturday||Australian Grand Prix qualifying live||Sky Sports F1||05:00||06:00|
|Saturday||Australian Grand Prix qualifying highlights||Channel 4||13:00|
|Sunday||Australian Grand Prix live||Sky Sports F1||04:30||06:00|
|Sunday||Australian Grand Prix highlights||Channel 4||14:00|
Note that in the UK a daylight savings time adjustment will be made on Sunday morning before the race. The clocks are moved forward by one hour at 1am.
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2017 Australian Grand Prix
- Red Bull ran Verstappen’s car without a drinks bottle in Australia
- Renault fix Palmer’s Melbourne problems
- Melbourne win “doesn’t mean much” – Vettel
- Mercedes explain why 2017’s first race had so little passing
- Magnussen retired unnecessarily in Australia