You can expect it from F1TV, Viaplay, NOS and Ziggo Sport during this race weekend in Mexico

You can expect it from F1TV, Viaplay, NOS and Ziggo Sport during this race weekend in Mexico

The US Grand Prix scene has just ended and Formula 1 is already preparing for the 20th round of the championship. Mexico’s Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez will be the battlefield this weekend.

Red Bull Racing secured the constructors’ title in Austin, with Max Verstappen winning. However, the Dutchman had to work for it. After grabbing the lead from Carlos Sainz on the first lap, a failed pit stop meant Limburger had to catch up. Charles Leclerc was outflanked by laps and Lewis Hamilton, chasing his first win of the year, passed six laps before the finish. Home champion Sergio Perez will try to claim his third win of the year for the upcoming fans.

F1 TV

The Formula 1 live streaming service can only focus on the first class this weekend. Formula 3 and Formula 2 will not be in Mexico, that is the schedule.

October 28 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm F1 first free practice
October 28 23:00 – 00:30 F1 Second Free Practice
October 29 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm F1 third free practice
October 29 9:30 PM – 9:55 PM Qualification preview
October 29 10 PM – 11 PM Eligible
October 29 11 PM – 11:30 PM Qualification review
October 30 8:00 PM – 8:55 PM Race preview
October 30 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm Mexican Grand Prix
October 30 11 PM – 11:40 PM Race review

Viaplay

The Dutch F1 rights holder of course has a schedule too. Session times are of course similar to F1 TV, but the Swedish streaming service offers slightly different content than its counterpart in the same sport. The full programming can be seen in the table below this text.

October 28 7:50 PM – 9:00 PM F1 first free practice
October 28 10:50 – 12:30 AM F1 Second Free Practice
October 29 00:20 AM – 01:55 AM Formula 1 studio: Mexico City, Shkedon
October 29 6:50 PM – 8:00 PM F1 third free practice
October 29 8:50 PM – 10 PM Preview qualification
October 29 10 PM – 11 PM Eligible
October 29 11 PM – 11:45 PM Qualifications review
October 30 7:50 PM – 9:00 PM Race preview
October 30 9:00 pm – 11:00 pm Mexican Grand Prix
October 30 23:00 – 00:15 Race review

Ziggo Sports

The former F1 rights holder in the Netherlands has to settle for summaries this year, but the channel is nonetheless building a preview and post-race thought for the race in Mexico.

October 28 10 pm Ziggo Sport Race Café
October 29 11:30 pm Formula 1: Mexican GP Qualifiers (Summary)
October 30 20:00 Ziggo Sport Race Cafe: Preview
October 30 11:00 PM Ziggo Sport Race Café: Review

NOS

The Mexican Grand Prix performance was also widely discussed on public broadcaster.

October 30 11:15 pm NOS Formula 1: Mexican Grand Prix

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