We’re getting closer to finding out who will win the Formula One World Championship in 2021, and the Circuit of The Americas is up next. Find out how to watch the US Grand Prix, when it will be held, and where you can watch it.
Valtteri Bottas won his first race since the 2020 Russian GP in Turkey, and he did so in style, handling tricky conditions to triumph by 14 seconds over Max Verstappen. Lewis Hamilton finished fifth from 11th on the grid, putting him six points behind championship leader Verstappen as the race heads to the United States.
The 2019 United States Grand Prix will be the first since Lewis Hamilton won his sixth title after placing second in the previous race.
On Friday, October 22, the first two practice sessions will take place, followed by the Grand Prix on Sunday, October 24. Below is the schedule for the 2021 United States Grand Prix.
When are the sessions scheduled?
The three practice races will take place over two days, from Friday, October 22 to Saturday, October 23. The first practice race will be shown on Friday at 17:30 pm BST, followed by the second at 21:00 BST on the same day.
On Saturday, October 23, at 19:00 BST, practice race three will take place. On the same Saturday, at 22:00 BST, the qualifying race will take place, followed by the main event Grand Prix on Sunday, October 24 at 20:00 BST.
When and where will the event be televised?
ABC will provide free coverage of the event on Sunday for all US viewers, both on television and on the ABC website. The race will be broadcast live in the United Kingdom on Sky Sports F1, while in Spain, the race will be broadcast live on F1 DAZN.
Subscribers from certain countries can watch qualifying on their preferred device by subscribing to F1 TV. Local broadcasters such as Sky TV in the United Kingdom, Movistar in Spain, and Disney+ Hotstar in India have their on-demand services.
Throughout the weekend, Motorsport.com will provide the most up-to-date information from Austin, including live commentary throughout qualifying on Saturday.