How to watch, TV times this weekend

How to watch, TV times this weekend

When is the 2023 F1 Las Vegas Grand Prix?

This year’s race takes place on Sunday, November 19 at 1:00 a.m. ET on the streets of Sin City.

There are two free practice sessions on Thursday/Friday (local time), and one on Friday before qualifying at midnight. But viewers in Eastern time should be aware of the time difference, which is further complicated by the night racing schedule.

What TV channel shows F1 in the USA?

All Formula 1 races will be shown live on US television via ESPN, ESPN2 or ABC this year, as well as broadcast live or on-demand via its digital platform.

To make sure you don’t miss any of the action across practice, qualifying or races – which will vary across their channels – here’s how to tune in this weekend:

2023 F1 Las Vegas GP ESPN TV Schedule

Thursday 16 November

Session/presentation time channel
opening ceremony 12:30 AM ET ESPN2
Practice 1: 11:25 PM EST ESPN2

Friday 17 November

Session/presentation time channel
Practice 2: 2:55 a.m. ET espn
F1 display 4:15 a.m. ET ESPN3
Practice 3: 11.25pm ​​ET Aspnu

Saturday 18 November

Session/presentation time channel
Qualifying: 2:55 a.m. ET espn
TED Qualification Notebook: 5:00 AM ET ESPN3
Sunday’s grand prize 11:30 PM EST espn

Sunday 19 November

Session/presentation time channel
race: 12:55 AM ET espn
Science is fickle: 3:00 AM ET ESPN3
Ted’s notebook: 4:00 AM ET ESPN3
Michele Alboreto, Tyrrell 011 Ford

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Michele Alboreto, Tyrrell 011 Ford

What happened at the last Grand Prix held in Las Vegas?

The 1982 Caesars Palace Grand Prix was the final round of the season and was won by Michele Alboreto in a Tyrrell Ford, ahead of McLaren’s John Watson and Ligier’s Eddie Cheever.

Keke Rosberg finished fifth for Williams to win the championship. Bullwinner Alain Prost dropped from pole to fourth in his Renault, while 1978 world champion Mario Andretti’s final start in Formula 1 ended in disappointment when his Ferrari’s rear suspension broke.

Can I live stream Formula 1 races in America?

Viewers in the US can subscribe to F1 TV ( to stream the race on a device of their choice or via the ESPN digital platform ( with subscriptions.

All sessions will be streamed on the ESPN app and will be available on-demand.

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