F1 Las Vegas GP 2023 Live TV schedule

Find out where to watch the 2023 Las Vegas GP in the UK, Australia and the USA as the 2023 Formula 1 seasons continues


The 2023 Formula 1 season approaches its conclusion with the highly-anticipated Las Vegas Grand Prix, so make sure you know how to watch the race on TV in the UK, USA and Australia.

F1 raced in Las Vegas at the Caesars Palace Grand Prix in 1981 and 1982 on a track which was often referred to as a car park. Nelson Piquet won his first title there in 1981, with Alan Jones winning the race, and Michele Alboreto was victorious the following season.

The 2023 track is very different though with long straights, including down the famous Las Vegas Strip, past some of the world’s most famous hotels and casinos, with not too many corners.

Cold weather is going to be a big theme this weekend with the lowest temperatures of the season expected, which could cause havoc for the drivers and teams.

How to watch the 2023 F1 Las Vegas GP in the UK?

TV coverage of the 2023 Las Vegas GP in the UK will be provided by Sky Sports F1 with every single session being shown live as it happens from Sin City. For the race itself, you can join David Croft and Martin Brundle on commentary.

Channel 4 will have highlights of qualifying, and the race, for the Las Vegas GP with coverage of qualifying being shown at 11:30 UK time on Saturday morning.

Highlights of the race itself is at 12:30 UK time on Sunday afternoon. You can also watch race highlights on Channel 4’s All 4 streaming service.

You can also follow live radio coverage of the 2023 Las Vegas GP on BBC Radio 5 Live from 06:00 on Sunday.

DateSessionUK (GMT)TV Channel
November 17Practice 104:30-05:30Sky Sports F1
November 17Practice 208:00-09:00Sky Sports F1
November 18Practice 304:30-05:30Sky Sports F1
November 18Qualifying08:00Sky Sports F1
November 19Grand Prix06:00Sky Sports F1

How to watch the 2023 F1 Las Vegas GP in the USA?

ESPN will have live coverage of every session from the 2023 Las Vegas GP which is available to subscribers. ESPN2 will have coverage of first practice on Friday night, before coverage moves to ESPN for practice 2.

ESPNU will show the final practice session on Saturday night, with ESPN providing coverage for qualifying and the race. The Las Vegas GP will also be free-to-air on ABC.

DateSessionUS (PST)US (EST)TV Channel
November 16Practice 120:30-21:3023:30-00:30ESPN2
November 16Practice 200:00-01:00*03:00-04:00*ESPN
November 17Practice 320:30-21:3023:30-00:30ESPNU
November 17Qualifying00:00*03:00*ESPN
November 18Grand Prix22:0001:00*ESPN/ABC
*Denotes next day

How to watch the 2023 F1 Las Vegas GP in Australia?

In Australia, every session from the 2023 Las Vegas GP will be shown through Fox Sports 506 which is available via Foxtel.

Highlights can be found on Channel 10 on Monday evening after the event in Las Vegas. The race will also be streamed live as it happens via Kayo Sports

DateSessionAus (AEDT)TV Channel
November 17Practice 115:30-16:30Fox Sports 506
November 17Practice 219:00-20:00Fox Sports 506
November 18Practice 315:30-16:30Fox Sports 506
November 18Qualifying19:00Fox Sports 506
November 19Grand Prix17:00Fox Sports 506
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