Watch the live start time of the 2024 Canadian Grand Prix

Canadian Grand Prix 2024 Live

Canadian Grand Prix 2024 Live

After a tiresome but heartwarming Monaco Grand Prix, which saw Charles Leclerc win his first race home, the 2024 Canadian Grand Prix might offer a welcome break from the fast-paced action.

With qualifying beginning at nine o’clock on Saturday and the Grand Prix on Sunday starting at seven o’clock BST, it will be the first evening broadcast for spectators in Europe.

For drivers coming from Monte Carlo Circuit Gilles Villeneuve’s low downforce layout and notorious “Wall of Champions” present a very different challenge. Max Verstappen hinted that Red Bull, whose RB20 has had difficulty keeping up with the pace of Ferrari and McLaren in recent weeks, may find the Canadian Grand Prix difficult as well.

As usual, the running order won’t become clear until after the three free practice sessions are done, but throughout the weekend, live coverage of every minute of racing action will be provided, with highlights available all along the way.

Six drivers could be fighting for the top spot in Montreal: Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez want to restore Red Bull’s dominance; Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri are leading contenders for McLaren; and Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz are supporting Ferrari in their attempt to win the championship.

Could a surprising performance from further back in the pack pull off an unexpected victory, though, given that rain is predicted to fall throughout the race weekend? At the Canadian Grand Prix, anything is possible, as numerous drivers have discovered in the past.

The 2024 Canadian Grand Prix television schedule and live online

F1 qualifying  Canadian Grand Prix
Session start time 9pm 7pm
Live coverage
Sky Sports, Sky Go, NowTV
8pm 5.30pm
Channel 4
1.30am (Sunday) 12.20am (Monday)

How to watch Formula One: 2024 Canadian Grand Prix live online and TV information

Live TV: Every on-track session, beginning on Friday at 6.30 p.m. with Free Practice 1, will be televised live on Sky Sports F1. Moreover, subscribers can follow their favorite driver on their phone while watching the main broadcast on TV thanks to onboard streams from each of the 20 vehicles, which include radio messages.TV viewers can access the onboard streams well as a “Battle Channel” that provides split-screen coverage of the top positional battles.

Live Online: Customers of Sky Sports F1 in the UK can access the Sky Go app to watch every race live. TV viewers may now watch live coverage of every session on Sky Sports F1 as well. For monthly users, it also provides onboard views of every driver through in-app bonus streams. These can be seen on a different screen parallel with the main online.

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