The Hungarian Grand Prix will host the 12th round of the 2023 Formula 1 season. Find out the session times for the event at the Hungaroring as the field look to stop Red Bull and Max Verstappen.
Since 1986, F1 have visited Budapest and it has produced some memorable moments. From Damon Hill‘s near underdog win in 1997 to maiden victories for Jenson Button in 2006 and Esteban Ocon in 2021, plus Lewis Hamilton‘s incredible record of standing on the top step of the podium eight times.
The 2023 Hungarian GP takes place on the weekend of July 21-23 and will be a 70-lap race. Red Bull continue to dominate the season, having won every race so far and Verstappen leads the F1 driver standings by 99 points from teammate Sergio Perez.
A Red Bull victory this Sunday will see them break McLaren‘s record of 11 consecutive wins, so history could be on the cards. However, Mercedes, Aston Martin and Ferrari will be hoping to end the Red Bull winning streak.
When is the 2023 Hungarian GP?
The 2023 Hungarian GP will take place at the Hungaroring, which is one of the classic venues on the F1 calendar. Qualifying is scheduled for 15:00 UK time on Saturday and the race at 14:00 on Sunday.
|Date||Session||Local||UK (BST)||US (EDT)||US (PDT)||Aus (AEST)|
|July 21||Practice 1||13:30||12:30||07:30||04:30||21:30|
|July 21||Practice 2||17:00||16:00||11:00||08:00||01:00*|
|July 22||Practice 3||12:30||11:30||06:30||03:30||20:30|
|July 23||Grand Prix||15:00||14:00||09:00||06:00||23:00|
Where can I watch the 2023 Hungarian GP?
For viewers in the UK, every session of the 2023 Hungarian GP will be shown live on Sky Sports F1, with highlights on Channel 4. You can watch qualifying on Sky Showcase, which is free if you have a Sky box. Sky will also have alternative F1 Juniors coverage on Sky Showcase and Sky Sports Mix on Sunday.
Meanwhile, if you are in the USA, every session will be shown across ESPN. F1 fans in Australia will be able to catch all the action on Fox Sports, while those in Canada can watch on TSN.