How to watch F1 2023 in the UK: TV channel and live stream

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Don’t miss a moment of the action (Picture: Peter Fox/Getty Images)

Formula 1 fans in the UK will be tuning in once again this year to watch the finest drivers in the world battle it out to become world champion.

The sport has grown in popularity in recent years owing to Netflix’s hugely popular Drive to Survive series as well as the changes to the technical regulations which have helped to promote closer racing.

Red Bull and Max Verstappen are the red hot favourites to reclaim their world titles from last season, with the likes of Ferrari and Mercedes desperately playing catchup.

Lewis Hamilton is unlikely to win an eighth world championship this year, while Aston Martin have made big strides compared to last season and their car will be a force to be reckoned with at the hands of Fernando Alonso.

Find out how you can watch the F1 2023 season on TV and live stream in the UK.

How to watch F1 on TV

Sky Sports have the rights to broadcast F1 in the UK.

Every practice session, qualifying session and race from the 23 Grand Prix’s will be shown live on Sky Sports F1.

The sport has boomed in popularity (Picture: Michael Potts/BSR Agency/Getty Images)

Some sessions will also be broadcast simultaneously on Sky Sports Main Event.

As has been the case with recent seasons, Channel 4 have the rights to show the British Grand Prix live in July.

For the other 22 Grand Prix weekends, Channel 4 will show extended highlights of qualifying on a Saturday and the race on a Sunday.

How to watch F1 on live stream

Sky customers will be able to live stream F1 on the Sky Sports website and with the Sky Go app.

Fans without Sky can still watch the F1 by purchasing a NOW TV day membership for £11.99 or a month membership for £34.99 a month, which provide access to the Sky Sports channels via live stream.

How to listen on radio

The BBC have the exclusive rights to live radio coverage of the F1 in the UK.

Commentary will take place on BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Radio 5 Sports Extra.

Lewis Hamilton faces a difficult year (Picture: Dan Istitene – Formula 1/Formula 1 via Getty Images)

F1 2023 schedule

ROUND 1 – Bahrain

Bahrain International Circuit, March 3-5

ROUND 2 – Saudi Arabia

Jeddah Corniche Circuit, March 17-19

ROUND 3 – Australia

Albert Park, Melbourne, March 31 – April 2

ROUND 4 – Azerbaijan (sprint)

Baku City Circuit, April 28-30

ROUND 5 – Miami

Miami International Autodrome, May 5-7

ROUND 6 – Emilia Romagna

Imola Circuit, May 19-21

ROUND 7 – Monaco

Circuit de Monaco, May 26-28

ROUND 8 – Spain

Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, June 2-4

ROUND 9 – Canada

Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, June 16-18

ROUND 10 – Austria (sprint)

Red Bull Ring, June 30 – July 2

ROUND 11 – Great Britain

Silverstone Circuit, July 7-9

ROUND 12 – Hungary

Hungaroring, July 21-23

ROUND 13 – Belgium (sprint)

Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps, July 28-30

ROUND 14 – Netherlands

Circuit Zandvoort, August 25-27

ROUND 15 – Italy

Monza Circuit, September 1-3

ROUND 16 – Singapore

Marina Bay Street Circuit, September 15-17

ROUND 17 – Japan

Suzuka International Racing Course, September 22-24

ROUND 18 – Qatar (sprint)

Lusail International Circuit, October 6-8

ROUND 19 – United States (sprint)

Circuit of the Americas, October 20-22

ROUND 20 – Mexico

Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez, October 27-29

ROUND 21 – Brazil (sprint)

Interlagos Circuit, November 3-5

ROUND 22 – Las Vegas

Las Vegas Street Circuit, November 16-18

ROUND 23 – Abu Dhabi

Yas Marina Circuit, November 24-26

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