Formula 1 Red Bull driver, Max Verstappen gears up to kick start the Japanese Grand Prix from the pole position, in what can be seen as a commendable feat during the qualifying rounds. Right on his heels are McLaren team members, Oscar Piastri and Lando Norris securing the second and third places respectively for the lineup.
The Japanese Grand Prix is set to take off at 2pm local time (+9 GMT) at the Suzuka Circuit, this date lining up to be Sunday, September 24, 2023.
The early risers and committed Formula 1 fans across continents can tune into the action on the following schedules: 05:00 GMT, 06:00 BST, 07:00 CEST, 07:00 SAT, 08:00 EAT, 01:00 ET, with the previous day’s 22:00 PT, and rounding the timings off on the day of the race with 15:00 AEST, 14:00 JST, and 10:30 IST.
The 2023 Japanese Grand Prix isn’t just about the final race, the thrill begins with sessions across different time zones, from the first practice session (FP1) at 02:30 GMT to the final one (FP3) at the same time, leading up to the qualifying round at 06:00 GMT, and finally the mother of all battles with the main race at 05:00 GMT.
For viewers in Europe, channels and platforms like Servus TV/ ORF in Austria, RTBF/ Telenet/ Play Sports in Belgium, Sport Klub in Croatia, AMC in the Czech Republic and many others provide coverage opportunities. In the UK, Sky Sports F1 handles the live broadcast.
Viewers in the Americas can tune into ESPN2 in the USA and channels like RDS, RDS2, TSN, and Noovo in Canada. Latin America viewers can tune into ESPN.
In Asia, Formula 1 lovers can tune into channels like CCTV/ Great Sports TV/ Guangdong Television Channel in China, and Fuji TV/ DAZN in Japan to name a few. In Africa, viewers can catch live action on SuperSport. For Oceania viewers, Fox Sports/ Foxtel/ Kayo in Australia and Sky in New Zealand have got them covered.
Coming up next is streaming – How do you stream the F1 Japanese Grand Prix? F1 TV subscription is available in selected countries offering viewers the opportunity to stream the race on a chosen device. Other choices for streaming include Sky Sports in the UK and Movistar in Spain.