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Formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix 2023: Times in India, how to watch

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Formula 1 returns for the Belgian Grand Prix, the 12th round of the 2023 F1 Championship, after just a week’s gap with the Hungarian Grand Prix. The F1 race weekend begins on Friday July 28 and continues until Sunday July 30. This is a sprint race weekend for F1, so there are fewer practice sessions and qualifying for the main race will take place on Friday July 1. 28. The penalty shootout and sprint race will take place on Saturday, followed by the main race on Sunday evening.

Max Verstappen remains at the top of the championship standings, while Red Bull Racing’s second driver and Max’s teammate Sergio Perez retains second place, following a podium finish in Hungary. McLaren managed to maintain its new-found form and speed in Hungary after a surprisingly good result in Britain two weeks ago. Lando Norris took his second podium of the season, while Oscar Piastri also finished strongly in fifth place. This puts McLaren well ahead of rival Alpine in the standings.

Support series races for F2, F3 and the Porsche Supercup also take place during the Belgian Grand Prix weekend, making it a busy weekend for racing. Indian F2 drivers Jehan Daruvala and Kush Maini both scored points in the F2 sprint race in Hungary, but failed to score points in the all-important main race, with Daruvala now having one point ahead of Maini in the ranking.

Formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix 2023: how to watch in India

F1 fans in India will need to have the F1 TV app, as well as the F1 TV Pro subscription, to watch all sessions of the 2023 Belgian Grand Prix in India, as well as F2 support series races , the F3 and the Porsche Supercup.

All weekend racing sessions can be watched on the app on all supported devices including smartphones, tablets, laptops and smart TVs. You can also use multiple devices simultaneously to enable different viewing angles and stats, which can be viewed with the F1 TV feed and commentary, as well as the Sky Sports global broadcast feed.

Formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix 2023: Times in India

Training 1: Friday July 28, 5:00 p.m. (IST)

Qualifying: Friday July 28, 8:30 p.m. (IST)

Sprint Shooting: Saturday, July 29, 3:30 p.m. (IST)

Sprint race: Saturday July 29, 8:00 p.m. (IST)

Main race: Sunday July 30, 6:30 p.m. (IST)

Formula 2 Belgian Grand Prix 2023: Times in India

Training: Friday July 28, 2:35 p.m. (IST)

Qualifying: Friday July 28, 7:25 p.m. (IST)

Sprint race: Saturday July 29, 5:15 p.m. (IST)

Featured Race: Sunday July 30, 1:30 p.m. (IST)

Formula 3 Belgian Grand Prix 2023: Times in India

Training: Friday July 28, 1:25 p.m. (IST)

Qualifying: Friday July 28, 6:30 p.m. (IST)

Sprint race: Saturday July 29, 1:30 p.m. (IST)

Featured Race: Sunday July 30, 12:00 p.m. (IST)

Porsche Supercup Belgian Grand Prix 2023: Timings in India

Training: Friday July 28, 10:00 p.m. (IST)

Qualifying: Saturday July 29, 6:30 p.m. (IST)

Race: Sunday July 30, 3:15 p.m. (IST)

Formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix 2023: what to expect

The Belgian Grand Prix takes place at the picturesque and fast Spa-Francorchamps circuit, located in Stavelot, Belgium. Notably, rainy weather has been forecast for the entire weekend, which could either put a damper on the race due to safety concerns, as was the case in 2021, or make the race more exciting and unpredictable, if the race continues. The track is known for being dangerous in wet conditions and was the scene of a horrific F2 crash in 2019 which saw the death of driver Anthoine Hubert and serious injuries to Juan Manuel Correa.

Meanwhile, Max Verstappen remains at the top of the championship standings, following his seventh consecutive victory in Hungary. A newly rejuvenated and competitive McLaren is fighting for podium places and could even lead to an upset in the constructors’ standings, but for now it appears Red Bull Racing’s dominance cannot be matched. Lando Norris scored a second consecutive podium with his second place in Hungary.

Ferrari and Aston Martin continue to struggle and have failed to build on their initial competitiveness. Mercedes, although unable to compete with Red Bull Racing, managed to stay in second place through consistent performances, although McLaren proved a strong challenge in the last two races, with seven-time world champion Hamilton having only been able to finish third. in Great Britain and Hungary.


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