F1 Belgian Grand Prix 2023: Live Stream, Timings, and Schedule

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As we approach the final round before the summer break, the world of Formula 1 is buzzing with anticipation for the 2023 Belgian Grand Prix at the iconic Spa-Francorchamps.

Max Verstappen, the crowd’s favorite, is set to arrive at Spa, having secured seven consecutive victories, thanks to his triumphant performance at the Hungarian GP. This victory also marked Red Bull’s 12th consecutive win, shattering McLaren’s record that had been untouched since 1988. Verstappen’s winning margin of nearly 34 seconds over Lando Norris in Hungary was his largest yet in F1 2023. Last season at Spa, Verstappen remarkably went from P14 on the grid to winning by 18 seconds. Can anyone halt this winning streak?

The Return of the Sprint Format

The sprint format is back in action at Spa, adding an extra layer of excitement to the proceedings. This format allows for a more dynamic and unpredictable race, keeping fans on the edge of their seats.

How to Watch the Belgian Grand Prix

The Belgian Grand Prix will be broadcasted live across various channels, depending on your location. For those who prefer to watch the races online, F1 TV Pro offers a comprehensive viewing experience, with live sessions, exclusive timing, documentaries, and live shows.

  • Australia: Fox Sports
  • Austria: Sky Sport F1, ORF, Servus TV [live races split between them]
  • Brazil: TV Bandeirantes, BandSports
  • Canada: RDS, TSN
  • China: Great Sport (RTS) [Shanghai only], CCTV, Guangdong Sports [broadcast in Guangdong only]
  • France: Canal+
  • Germany: Sky Sport F1
  • Italy: Sky Sport F1
  • Japan: Fuji TV Next
  • Netherlands: Viaplay Xtra [free-to-air highlights on NOS]
  • Spain: DAZN F1
  • United Kingdom and Ireland: Sky Sports F1
  • United States: ESPN, Spanish language broadcast available on ESPN Deportes

The Weekend Schedule at Spa

The Belgian Grand Prix weekend is packed with action, starting with practice and qualifying sessions for Formula 1, Formula 2, Formula 3, and the Porsche Supercup. The highlight of the weekend, the Belgian Grand Prix, will take place on Sunday, July 30, featuring 44 thrilling laps.

Dates for the Belgian Grand Prix

The Formula 1 sessions for the Belgian Grand Prix will follow a specific schedule, with the main race set to start at 1400 BST on Sunday, July 30.

Friday July 28

Formula 1: Practice and qualifying
Formula 2: Practice and qualifying
Formula 3: Practice and qualifying
Porsche Supercup: Practice

Saturday July 29

Formula 1: Sprint Shootout and Sprint (15 laps)
Formula 2: Sprint race (18 laps)
Formula 3: Sprint race (15 laps)
Porsche Supercup: Qualifying

Sunday July 30

Formula 1: Belgian Grand Prix (44 laps)
Formula 2: Feature race (25 laps)
Formula 3: Feature race (18 laps)
Porsche Supercup: Race (12 laps)

Belgian Grand Prix: What time do the sessions start?

Here are the times for the Formula 1 sessions taking place across the Belgian Grand Prix race weekend [all times BST]:

Friday July 28

FP1: 12:30 – 13:30pm
Qualifying: 16:00pm

Saturday July 29

Sprint Shootout: 11:00am
Sprint: 15:30pm

Sunday July 30

Race: 14:00pm

This year’s Belgian Grand Prix promises to be a thrilling event, with the return of the sprint format and the unstoppable Max Verstappen. Will we see a new champion, or will Verstappen continue his winning streak? Only time will tell.

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