F1 Dutch GP 2023 Schedule

Formula 1 is back after the summer break and it's the Dutch Grand Prix which will resume the season at Zandvoort


The Dutch Grand Prix will host the 14th round of the 2023 Formula 1 season. Find out the session times for the event at the Zandvoort as F1 returns following the four-week summer break.

F1 returned to Zandvoort in 2021 for the first time in 36 years and it has all been about Max Verstappen in front of his home fans since then. The Red Bull driver held off Lewis Hamilton in a strategic race in 2021, before dominating the 2022 event.

The 2023 Dutch GP takes place on the weekend of August 25-27 and will be a 72-lap race. Red Bull continue to dominate the season, having won every race so far and Verstappen leads the F1 driver standings by 125 points from teammate Sergio Perez.

A Red Bull victory this Sunday will see them extend their winning streak to 14 races but the likes of Mercedes, Aston Martin, Ferrari and McLaren will have hoped to close the gap during the break.

When is the 2023 Dutch GP?

The 2023 Dutch GP will take place at Zandvoort, which is one of the classic venues on the F1 calendar. Qualifying is scheduled for 14:00 UK time on Saturday and the race at 14:00 on Sunday.

DateSessionLocalUK (BST)US (EDT)US (PDT)Aus (AEST)
August 25Practice 112:3011:3006:3003:3020:30
August 25Practice 216:0015:0010:0007:0000:00*
August 26Practice 311:3010:3005:3002:3019:30
August 26Qualifying15:0014:0009:0006:0023:00
August 27Grand Prix15:0014:0009:0006:0023:00
*Denotes next day

Where can I watch the 2023 Dutch GP?

For viewers in the UK, every session of the 2023 Dutch GP will be shown live on Sky Sports F1, with highlights on Channel 4.

Meanwhile, if you are in the USA, every session will be shown across ESPNF1 fans in Australia will be able to catch all the action on Fox Sports, while those in Canada can watch on TSN.


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