Round nine of Formula One 2016 takes place this weeekend at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg, Austria.
Nico Rosberg extended his lead over Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton at the top of the drivers’ championship with victory in the last race in Azerbaijan.
The German will take confidence from the fact that he won this race in 2015 and overtook Hamilton in the process.
All five sessions – practices, qualifying and the race – will be shown live on Sky Sports F1, while Channel 4 will show highlights of qualifying and the race.
Qualifying starts at 1pm on Saturday afternoon, and the race goes off at 1pm on Sunday afternoon.
TV Schedule – Austria Grand Prix
Friday 1 July 2016
First Practice – Live – 8.45am – Sky Sports F1
Second Practice – Live – 12.45pm – Sky Sports F1
Saturday 2 July 2016
Third Practice – Live – 9.45am – Sky Sports F1
Qualifying – Live – 12.00pm – Sky Sports F1
Qualifying – Highlights – 5.30pm – Channel 4
Sunday 3 July 2016
Race – Live – 11.30am – Sky Sports F1
Race – Highlights – 6.00pm – Channel 4
Race – Highlights – 6.15pm – Sky Sports F1
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