The 2016 United States Grand Prix takes place this weekend the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton wrapped up his third world title with victory in this race in 2015, but the Brit has not had everything his own way this time around, with rival and team-mate Nico Rosberg leading the drivers’ championship for much of the season.
Rosberg comes into this weekend with a 33 point lead over Hamilton, who is 62 points ahead of third place man, Daniel Ricciardo.
All five sessions – practice, qualifying and the race – will be shown live on Sky Sports F1, while Channel 4 will broadcast free-to-air highlights of qualifying and the race.
Qualifying begins at 7pm, while the race starts at 8pm.
Friday 21 October
3.45pm – Free Practice 1 – Live – Sky Sports F1
7.45pm – Free Practice 2 – Live – Sky Sports F1
Saturday 22 October
6.45pm – Free Practice 3 – Live – Sky Sports F1
6.00pm – Qualifying – Live – Sky Sports F1
10.00pm – Qualifying – Highlights – Channel 4
Sunday 23 October
6.30pm – U.S. Grand Prix – Live – Sky Sports F1
11.00pm – U.S. Grand Prix – Highlights – Channel 4
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