Spain F1 GP Race Live Stream, TV Channel, Tickets & Preview – FIA Formula 1 2018

Spain F1 GP Race Live Stream, TV Channel, Tickets & Preview FIA Formula 1 2018 Live Streaming Full HD

Spain F1 GP Race Live Stream, TV Channel, Tickets & Preview FIA Formula 1 2018 Live Streaming Full HD

Spain F1 GP Race Live Stream, TV Channel, Tickets & Preview FIA Formula 1 2018 Live Streaming Full HD

The fifth Formula 1 GP of 2018 takes place on Sunday at the Circuit de Catalunya

Reigning F1 champion Lewis Hamilton leads the drivers’ standings after four races, but will expect a battle against title rivals Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen of Ferrari, Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo and Mercedes team-mate Kimi Raikkonen.

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Hamilton won last year’s Spanish GP ahead of Vettel and Ricciardo, who were second and third respectively.

Once Sunday’s race is completed the teams will return to the Circuit de Catalunya for in-season testing from 15-16 May.

Here we take a look at the race and circuit information, betting odds and live TV guide for qualifying and Sunday’s Spanish GP – the fifth race in the 2018 calendar and the opening leg of F1’s European schedule.

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Streaming: ESPN+, FOX, WatchESPN, F1 Live, Sky Sports, Strikeout.me, Supersport

 

Last year’s podium: 1st Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes); 2nd Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari); 3rd Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull Racing

Sunday 13 May

 

Sky Sports F1 will show live coverage of the press conferences, practice sessions, qualifying and Sunday’s build-up and race.

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Sky will also replay the race at 6pm on Sunday – the same time Channel 4 will show highlights from Barcelona. Here is Sky’s live coverage from Spain.

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2018 F1 Spanish Grand Prix guide

When: Sunday 13 May

Where: Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain

Race start time: 2.10pm on Sunday

First GP held: 1991

Number of laps: 66

Circuit length: 4.655km (2.892 miles)

Race distance: 307.104km (190.825 miles) 

Lap record: 1:21.670 by Kimi Raikkonen in 2008

 

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