Japanese Grand Prix 2023 – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports F1, Highlights on Channel 4

Sky Sports F1

The 2023 Japanese Grand Prix will take place this weekend at the Suzuka International Racing Course in Suzuka, Japan.

Coming into the weekend, Max Verstappen leads the Drivers’ Championship by 151 points from teammate Sergio Perez, with Lewis Hamilton third, a further 43 points behind.

Red Bull Racing lead the Constructors’ Championship from Mercedes by 308 points and Ferrari by a further 24 points.

Current World Constructors’ Championship leader Red Bull Racing has an opportunity to secure their sixth title, their second in a row.

Red Bull Racing can win the title as long as they outscore Mercedes by one point and Ferrari do not outscore them by 24 points.

Red Bull Racing can win the title as their advantage would be the same as the number of the obtainable points remaining in the season (309), but Mercedes would not be able to win on a tie breaker due to Red Bull Racing achieving more wins than Mercedes.

All five sessions – practices, qualifying, and the race – will be shown live on Sky Sports F1, while Channel 4 airs highlights of quali and the race.

Qualifying will start at 7.00am, and the race gets underway at 6.00am.

Japanese Grand Prix 2023 – TV Schedule

Date Session Type Channel Time
22nd Sept Practice 1 Live Sky Sports F1 3.00am
22nd Sept Practice 2 Live Sky Sports F1 6.45am
23rd Sept Practice 3 Live Sky Sports F1 3.15am
23rd Sept Qualifying Live Sky Sports F1 6.00am
23rd Sept Qualifying Highlights Channel 4 11.10am
24th Sept The Race Live Sky Sports F1 4.30am
24th Sept The Race Highlights Channel 4 12.30pm

Posted by Johnnie Larkin on Thursday 21 September 2023 in
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