Formula 1 in America: ESPN, ESPN+, ESPN depart to serve fans with live broadcast of the inaugural Formula 1 Grand Prix in Las Vegas
Letters of News’ Good morning America Broadcast reports of the Las Vegas Grand Prix Friday morning
ESPN2 broadcasts the extravagant opening ceremony with musical acts
After more than a year of anticipation and hype, the inaugural Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix has finally arrived. The world-famous Las Vegas area has been transformed into a Formula 1 race track like never before, with city lights, glitz and glamor.
ESPN, ESPN+ and ESPN Deportes will have live coverage of the Las Vegas Grand Prix as Formula 1 stars battle it out under the lights on a Las Vegas night. Television broadcast begins with Sunday’s grand prize 11:30 PM ET on Saturday, November 18, with racing starting at 1 AM on Sunday, November 19 (late Saturday night in some U.S. time zones). ESPN Deportes’ Spanish-language coverage begins at midnight. The race will be broadcast live for free, presented by Mercedes-Benz.
ESPN will surround the telecast of the race with cross-platform programming and content including an on-site presence Sports Center Along with social media and digital content that will include full coverage on ESPN.com/F1, a live preview show on race day and two podcasts.
Letters of News’ Good morning America It will feature clips from Las Vegas on Friday, November 17, and ESPN2 will broadcast highlights from the event’s extravagant opening ceremony at 12:30 a.m. on Thursday, November 16.
ESPN will also provide live coverage of Formula 1 qualifying and all three practice sessions in the days leading up to the race.
ESPN’s multi-platform coverage of the Las Vegas Grand Prix will include:
- Sports Center – Anchor Nicole Briscoe, who is also the host of ESPN’s F1 telecasts, will report from Las Vegas from Wednesday to Sunday for Sports Centerwith interviews and other content appearing on various editions of ESPN’s signature news and information program throughout the day. Sports Center Broadcaster Gary Stryowski will also contribute coverage from Las Vegas. Some expected content:
- Highlights and interviews from a golf tournament featuring PGA TOUR players and Formula 1 drivers. Strewski will play in the accompanying Pro-Am event.
- Highlights and interviews from the Red Bull Gumball Rally, a three-day event that ends at The Wynn in Las Vegas. Formula 1 driver Daniel Ricciardo will lead the final leg of the race, from Death Valley to Wayne, with ESPN.com/F1 reporter Nate Saunders riding shotgun.
- Highlights from Red Bull teammates Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez during the hovercraft race in the desert.
- Briscoe will take a hot lap of the new Las Vegas Street Circuit with Mercedes driver Mick Schumacher to bring viewers a live look at the race track. She will too Sports Center Reports from multiple locations around the department.
- Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner will conduct a live interview with Sports Center After the race (around 3 a.m. ET).
- ESPN.com/F1 – ESPN Lawrence Edmondson And Nate Saunders It provides full coverage of every Formula 1 race across all global digital platforms, including exclusive interviews with drivers and team principals, as well as breaking news and in-depth analysis. ESPN’s Formula 1 coverage includes a dedicated website that reports on the championship throughout the year. ESPN F1 video podcast Not Applicable Appears on ESPN’s YouTube channel and on Spotify and Apple Music. Two editions of Not Applicable They will be produced in the vicinity of the Las Vegas Grand Prix – one before the race weekend and one after the race.
- Las Vegas countdown -ESPN will produce a preview that will stream live on ESPN’s social media and digital channels from midnight to 1 a.m. on race night. Las Vegas countdown It will be hosted by Sports Center Anchor Gary Stryowski, with Dallin Kuff and Spencer Hall. ESPN.com/F1 reporters will also join the show Lawrence Edmondson And Nate Saunders. The show will start at the racetrack and will be streamed to ESPN’s YouTube, X and Facebook accounts, as well as ESPN3 and the ESPN app.
- Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix opening ceremony – The inaugural Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix will have an elaborate, star-studded opening ceremony to welcome Formula 1 to Las Vegas and ESPN2 will broadcast highlights from the extravagant event in a half-hour program on Thursday, November 16 at 12:30 a.m. (late night Wednesday in other time zones). The concert will feature notable artists from the world of music, including Andra Day, Bishop Briggs, J Balvin, Journey, John Legend, Tiesto, Keith Urban, Steve Aoki, 30 Seconds to Mars and will.i.am, as well as guest appearances. Blue Man Group, Cirque du Soleil and all 20 Formula 1 drivers participating.
- ESPN Deportes and ESPN Latin America – ESPN will provide Spanish-language coverage on news platforms in the United States and Latin America. The race, practice sessions and qualifying will be broadcast in Spanish in the United States on ESPN Deportes or ESPN3. Suspension teams on site in Austin:
- espn Deportation –José Antonio Cortés, Catia Castorena and Adal Franco.
- ESPN Latin America— Fernando Gustavo Tornillo, Juan Manuel, and Juan Fusaroli.
Friday, November 17, on ABC News Good morning America It will provide an inside look into the exciting world of Formula 1 including interviews with top drivers. Broadcasting live from the track, ABC News correspondent Will Reeve will highlight the Formula 1 Academy and its efforts to increase women’s participation in the sport. in addition to, GMA Contributor Jess Sims will take viewers behind the scenes and celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay will present the latest from the Formula 1 food scene.
ESPN’s presence in Las Vegas for the Grand Prix will also include hosting the official Formula 1 pre-race party at Encore Beach Club at Wynn Las Vegas with performances by Marshmello and rapper Tyga on Saturday from 1-6 p.m. “Playlist to get fans ready for the Las Vegas Grand Prix.
After the Las Vegas race, the 2023 Formula 1 season will conclude with the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on Sunday November, with the race broadcast live on ESPN at 7:55 a.m. ET.
Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix schedule on ESPN platforms
(All Eastern times)
|Thursday, November. 16||Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix opening ceremony||12:30 am||ESPN2|
|Practice 1||11:25 pm||ESPN2|
|Friday, November. 17||Practice 2||2:55 am||espn|
|F1 display||4:15 am||ESPN3|
|Practice 3||11:25 pm||Aspnu|
|Saturday, November. 18||Qualifying||2:55 am||espn|
|Ted qualified notebook||05:00||ESPN3|
|Sunday’s grand prize (before the race)||11:30 pm||ESPN/ESPN+|
|Sunday, November 19th||Las Vegas countdown||midnight||ESPN3, ESPN YouTube, Facebook, X, and ESPN app|
|Science is fickle (post race)||3:00 am||ESPN3|
|Ted’s racing notebook||04:00||ESPN3|
|race (appearance)||midnight||SP News|
|Monday, November 20||race (appearance)||6 pm||SP News|
ESPN Deportes schedule (in Spanish)
|Thursday, November. 16||Practice 1||11:25 pm||ESPN3|
|Friday, November. 17||Practice 2||2:55 am||ESPN Sports|
|Practice 3||11:25 pm||ESPN3|
|Saturday, November. 18||Qualifying||2:30 am||ESPN Sports|
|Sunday, November 19th||Pre-race and race||midnight||ESPN Deportes/ESPN+|
All programs will also be streamed on the ESPN app.
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