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How to watch Saudi Arabian Grand Prix: TV channel and live stream for F1 race today

How to watch Saudi Arabian Grand Prix: TV channel and live stream for F1 race today

Max Verstappen will be eyeing a second win of the season at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

The Dutchman began the year in successful fashion a week go, with a cruise to victory in Bahrain, and he starts this evening’s race on pole as he looks to win one of very few races that eluded him last season.

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British teenager Oliver Bearman will race for the first time in Formula One, having qualified in 11th after he was called up by Ferrari.

Carlos Sainz pulled out of this weekend’s action after being diagnosed with appendicitis and requiring surgery.

It is unlikely to be a particularly enjoyable race for Mercedes, with George Russell and Lewis Hamilton lining up seventh and eighth on the grid respectively.

How to watch the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

TV channel: In the UK, the race will be broadcast live on on Sky Sports F1. Coverage begins at 3:30pm GMT, with the race getting underway at 5pm. Free highlights of the race will air on Channel 4 at 9.30pm.

Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers will be able to watch on the Sky Go app.

Live blog: You can follow latest updates from the race via Standard Sport’s live blog!