Time for Suzuka and one of F1’s most-loved circuits as the Japanese GP plays host to round 17 of a season that continues to provide gripping action and on-track talking points.
The Constructors’ Championship could be decided this weekend with Mercedes standing on the verge of history and a record-equalling sixth successive constructors’ championship.
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But the form of Ferrari since the summer break – four poles and three wins – means an early silver coronation is far from a foregone conclusion on Sunday, while Red Bull will also be looking to get back in the victory mix at the home track of engine suppliers Honda.
Set those alarms over the weekend with the following early start times live on Sky F1:
- Qualifying begins at 7am on Saturday, with build-up from 6am
- The Race begins at 6.10am on Sunday, with build-up from 4.30am
How to watch with Sky Sports F1
There are a host of ways to watch the 2019 season live with Sky Sports F1 – for both subscribers and non-subscribers. The channel is the home of live and exclusive F1, with every race, qualifying and practice session shown.
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For non-subscribers, Sky Sports F1 is accessible through a NOW TV pass. Get a Day Pass to Sky Sports for £9.99 and watch Sunday’s Grand Prix.
Sky F1 subscribers will also be able to tune in to watch the channel’s coverage on Sky Go while every track session will also be available to watch on the Sky Sports App via Race Control.
iOS users: Download the Sky Sports app from the App Store
Android users: Download the Sky Sports app from the Play Store
Want to catch-up? Highlights and the best of Sky F1 will also be published On Demand.
Sky F1’s Japanese GP schedule
Thursday, October 10
6am: Drivers’ Press Conference
9am: Welcome to the Weekend
Friday, October 11
1.45am: Japanese GP Practice One build-up
2am: Japanese GP Practice One
5.45am: Japanese GP Practice Two build-up (simulcast on Sky Sports Main Event)
6am: Japanese GP Practice Two (simulcast on Sky Sports Main Event)
8.30am: Japanese GP Story So Far (simulcast on Sky Sports Main Event)
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