Hungarian Grand Prix live stream: How to watch, start times and schedule

Sam Cooper
George Russell green lights in Budapest. Hungary July 2022

Mercedes driver George Russell green lights in Budapest. Hungary July 2022

F1 has just two races left until the summer break as all 20 drivers including a certain Daniel Ricciardo head to Budapest for the 2023 Hungarian Grand Prix.

The return of the Honey Badger was made official shortly after the British Grand Prix as the Australian was selected to replace the struggling Nyck de Vries at AlphaTauri.

There will be plenty of intrigue as to how Ricciardo gets on as well as up and down the grid with Red Bull set to bring upgrades this weekend.

Here’s all the info you need to know as well as how to catch the action:

Hungarian Grand Prix live stream: How to watch all the action from Budapest

Formula 1 is available to watch via different TV broadcasters depending on which country you reside in, and the Hungarian Grand Prix is available to watch live on the following channels in these major markets in 2023:

Australia: Fox Sports
Austria: Sky Sport F1, ORF, Servus TV [live races split between them]
Brazil: TV Bandeirantes, BandSports
Canada: RDS, TSN
China: Great Sport (RTS) [Shanghai only], CCTV, Guangdong Sports [broadcast in Guangdong only]
France: Canal+, C8
Germany: Sky Sport F1
Italy: Sky Sport F1
Japan: Fuji TV Next
Netherlands: Viaplay Xtra [free-to-air highlights on NOS]
Spain: DAZN F1
United Kingdom and Ireland: Sky Sports F1
United States: ESPN, Spanish language broadcast available on ESPN Deportes, ABC

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Hungarian Grand Prix: What is the full weekend schedule at Hungaroring?

After a busy weekend in Britain including the appearance of Brad Pitt, it is back to relative normality for the next race with the Hungarian Grand Prix following the traditional format.

Here’s all the sessions going on across the weekend:

Friday 21 July

Formula 1: Free Practice 1 and 2
Formula 2: Practice and qualifying
Formula 3: Practice and qualifying
Porsche Supercup: Practice

Saturday 22 July

Formula 1: Qualifying
Formula 2: Sprint race (28 laps)
Formula 3: Sprint race (18 laps)
Porsche Supercup: Qualifying

Sunday 23 July

Formula 1: Race (70 laps)
Formula 2: Feature race (37 laps)
Formula 3: Feature race (24 laps)
Porsche Supercup: Race (15 laps)

Hungarian Grand Prix: What time do the sessions start?

Here is the schedule that Formula 1 will be taking in this weekend in Budapest [all times BST]:

Friday 21 July

FP1: 12.30pm-1.30pm
FP2: 4pm-5pm

Saturday 22 July

FP3: 11.30am-12.30pm
Qualifying: 3pm-4pm

Sunday 23 July

Race: 2pm recommends

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