THE dramatic 2021 Formula One season continues this weekend as the drivers head to Russia.
After another action-packed weekend at Monza, it’s on to Sochi as Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen renew their rivalry.
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When is F1 Russian Grand Prix?
- There’s no sprint qualifying at the Russian Grand Prix, so the weekend takes on a familiar pattern.
- First and second practice will be held on Friday, September 24 at 9.30am BST and 1pm BST.
- Qualifying follows on Saturday, with the action getting underway at 1pm.
- And the big race itself will be held on Sunday, September 26 with lights out at 1pm.
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 first practice begins at 9am on Friday, with streaming available on Sky Go.
If you’re not a Sky subscriber, you can still watch the weekend’s entertainment by grabbing a NOW TV pass.
🏁 F1 2021 calendar: practice times, dates and racetrack info
Friday, September 24
- First practice – 9.30am BST
- Second practice – 1pm BST
Saturday, September 25
- Third practice – 10am
- Qualifying – 1pm
Sunday, September 26