Hungarian Grand Prix 2020 Live Stream Where to Watch? Session Start Time, Date, & Other Details

Hungarian Grand Prix 2020 where to watch? Session start times and other details.

Hungarian Grand Prix 2020 will start streaming from July 17, 2020. Back In March, the F1 fans all over the world were awestruck when the opening for the Australian Grand Prix was canceled moments before the first practice sessions.

The Hungarian Grand Prix is an engine race held yearly in Mogyoród, Hungary. Since 1986, the race has been a series of the FIA Formula One World Championship.

Hungarian Grand Prix 2020

The primary Hungarian Grand Prix was hung on 21 June 1936 over a 5-kilometer (3.1-mile) track spread out in Népliget, a recreation center in Budapest. The Mercedes-Benz, Auto Union, and the Alfa Romeo-prepared Ferrari groups all sent three vehicles and the occasion drew an extremely enormous group. Be that as it may, governmental issues and the resulting war implied the finish of Grand Prix engine dashing in the nation for a long time.

Where to watch Hungarian Grand Prix 2020 Live Coverage?

Hungarian Grand Prix 2020 where to watch? Session start times and other details.

Fans Can watch the Live coverage of Hungarian Grand Prix exclusively on the Sky sports. To watch Sky Sports you’ll need to have an active subscription of sky sports with your DTH provider. Alternatively, you can use Now TV app for the same.

Highlights will be available for free to watch the basis on channel 4 and F1’s youtube channel.

Hungarian Grand Prix 2020 Session start times

Hungarian Grand Prix 2020 where to watch? Session start times and other details.

All the fans are eager to watch Sunday races and so here are the session start times for Hungarian Grand prix 2020:

Friday, July 17th

Practice 1 | 9:30am build-up, 10:00am session start

Practice 2 | 1:45pm build-up, 2:00pm session start

Saturday, July 18th

Practice 3 | 10:45am build-up, 11:00am session start

Qualifying | 1:00pm build-up, 2:00pm session start

Sunday, July 19th

Race | 12:30pm build-up, 2:10pm race start

F1 fans have waited just very long for the season to begin, our best wishes to all the fans! Let’s rock at the weekends.

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