AFTER a fortnight off, Formula One is back in style this weekend.
With the season heading toward’s a dramatic conclusion, the drivers are in Turkey as Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen renew their rivalry.
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Going into the race, the Mercedes star leads by just TWO points after a dramatic showdown in Sochi.
When is the F1 Turkish GP?
Set over three days in Istanbul, the Turkish GP begins with two practice sessions on Friday, October 8.
Practice 1 will start at 9.30am BST, before Practice 2 at 1pm.
On Saturday, third practice at 10am is followed by the all-important qualifying session at 1pm.
And it’s lights out in Turkey on Sunday, October 10 also at 1pm BST.
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Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
You can catch all of the action live on Sky Sports F1.
Coverage of every session will start 30 minutes before the drivers set out.
To stream, grab the Sky Go app if you’re already a Sky customer.
Non-subscribers can still watch by purchasing a NOW TV pass from £9.99.
Friday, October 8
- Practice 1 – 9.30am
- Practice 2 – 1pm
Saturday, October 9
- Practice 3 – 10am
- Qualifying – 1pm
Sunday, October 10