F1 Testing 2021 – Live TV Coverage from Bahrain on Sky Sports

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F1 testing for the 2021 season takes place this weekend with live coverage across the three days on Sky Sports.

Sky F1’s Martin Brundle, David Croft, Ted Kravitz, Rachel Brookes and Karun Chandhok will be out in Bahrain reporting on all the big stories of pre-season.

All three days will be shown exclusively live on Sky Sports F1 with live streaming via Sky Go and NOW TV.

The new 23-race F1 season begins in Bahrain on March 26-28, with every race live on Sky Sports F1. Channel 4 will once again have highlights of every race as well as live coverage of the British Grand Prix on Sunday 18th July 2021.

F1 Testing 2021 – Sky Sports TV Schedule

Friday 12 March
6.50am – 11.05am: Day One Morning Session LIVE!
11.55am – 4.10pm: Day One Afternoon Session LIVE!
8pm: Testing Wrap – Day One
8.15pm: Ted’s Testing Notebook – Day One

Saturday 13 March
6.50am – 11.05am: Day Two Morning Session LIVE!
11.55am – 4.10pm: Day Two Afternoon Session LIVE!
8pm: Testing Wrap – Day Two
8.15pm: Ted’s Testing Notebook – Day Two

Sunday 14 March
6.50am – 11.05am: Day Three Morning Session LIVE!
11.55am – 4.10pm: Day Three Afternoon Session LIVE!
8pm: Testing Wrap – Day Three
8.15pm: Ted’s Testing Notebook – Day Three

Posted on Thursday 11 March 2021
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