The 2016 Formula One season continues this weekend as the second round takes place at the Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir.
The standings in the drivers’ championship have a familiar look about them even at this early stage, with the top two positions occupied by Mercedes drivers Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton respectively.
But it is the latter who will be looking to emulate his victory at the track in the 2015 campaign.
All five sessions – practice, qualifying and the race – will be shown live on Channel 4 and Sky Sports F1.
Friday 1 April
11.45am – Free Practice 1 – Live – Sky Sports F1
11.55am – Free Practice 1 – Live – Channel 4
3.45pm – Free Practice 2 – Live – Sky Sports F1
3.55pm – Free Practice 2 – Live – Channel 4
Saturday 2 April
12.45pm – Free Practice 3 – Live – Sky Sports F1
12.55pm – Free Practice 3 – Live – Channel 4
3.00pm – Qualifying – Live – Sky Sports F1
3.00pm – Qualifying – Live – Channel 4
Sunday 3 April
2.30pm – Bahrain Grand Prix – Live – Sky Sports F1
3.00pm – Bahrain Grand Prix – Live – Channel 4
9.15pm – Bahrain Grand Prix – Highlights – Sky Sports F1
11.00pm – Bahrain Grand Prix – Highlights – Channel 4
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