Premiere: For the first time, a top-class race takes place on the Portimao circuit. Chillreport reveals where you can watch the race weekend in Portugal on TV and live stream.
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The Autódromo Internacional do Algarve is celebrating its debut as a Formula 1 circuit this weekend – as the premier class racing calendar, which was altered by the Corona crisis, will take place for the first time at the track opened in 2008. For the first time since 1996, Formula 1 returns to Portugal.
Will Lewis Hamilton celebrate his next success in Portimao and take a big step towards the title? How Sebastian Vettel presents himself last showed himself to be critical? And is there a surprise? Excitement is certainly in new territory. Chillreport reveals where you can watch the race weekend in Portugal on TV and live stream.
Where can I watch the Portuguese Grand Prix?
The race weekend will be broadcast in whole or in part on RTL, NTV, the pay-TV channel Sky and on F1-TV.
When are the individual sessions?
The 1. Free practice increases on Friday 23 October from 12:00 noon 2. Free practice starts at 4pm, in both sessions the teams each have 90 minutes to test their car. The 60-minute session will follow on Saturday 3. Free practice from 12 noon it starts at 3 pm. Qualifying. The end of the race weekend is forming the race on Sunday, from 2:10 pm You can follow all sessions in the live ticker on Chillreport.
Will the Portuguese Grand Prix be broadcast on free TV?
Ntv shows the 2nd free practice live, RTL will then broadcast the qualification and the race live. The 3rd free practice can only be seen in the summary on RTL. The paid offers Sky and F1 TV show all sessions live.
Where will the Portuguese Grand Prix go live?
The entire race weekend can be followed live on Sky and Sky Go, and Formula 1’s own F1 TV service will also broadcast all data.
Where does the Portuguese Grand Prix go in the live ticker?
Chillreport is included in all sessions in the live ticker. You can find it here.