How to watch Miami Grand Prix: TV channel and live stream

How to watch Miami Grand Prix: TV channel and live stream

Today’s Miami Grand Prix once again starts with Max Verstappen on pole position.

Red Bull may continue to endure shaky times away from the track, but on it they are as dominant as ever and Verstappen is now more than a race clear of Sergio Perez in the F1 World Championship.

Perez will begin the race in fourth with the two Ferrari drivers of Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz separating the Red Bulls.


Verstappen cruised home in Saturday’s sprint race despite complaining of tyre trouble, and degradation should play a significant role in a warm race under the Florida sun.

How to watch the Miami Grand Prix

TV channel: In the UK, Sky Sports will broadcast the race live. Coverage starts at 7.30pm BST on the F1 and Main Event channels with lights out at 9pm.

Free highlights will air on Channel 4 at 1.30am and are also available on the F1 YouTube channel shortly after the chequered flag.

Live stream: Subscribers can tune into the race live online via the Sky Go app.

Live blog: You can follow all the action LIVE via Standard Sport’s race blog.