What time does the F1 Canadian Grand Prix 2023 start?

All the details for the start of the 2023 Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal

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The 2023 Formula 1 season moves across the Atlantic Ocean for the Canadian Grand Prix, so for those of you in the UK, USA and Australia, make make sure you know the start time of the 2023 Canadian GP from the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal. 

Max Verstappen took his fifth victory of the 2023 F1 season in Barcelona which gives the Red Bull driver a 53-point lead over this teammate Checo Perez in the Driver Standings. With the Dutchman threatening to run away with this season’s drivers’ championship, the Mexican is in need of a positive result from Canada. 

Mercedes will be looking to build on their strong showing in Spain, where they bagged a double podium, as their fight with Aston Martin in the Constructor Standings intensifies. Fernando Alonso has already issued a warning to the Silver Arrows for the 2023 Canadian GP. 

The 2023 Canadian GP is due to start at 2pm local time in Montreal, which is 7pm for those fans in the UK. F1 fans in the USA will see lights out at 2pm on the east coast, while those in the west have an 11am start. Australians in Melbourne will have an early 4am start on Monday morning if they are to catch the race live.  

Start time for F1 2023 Canadian GP?

CountryRace Start – July 24
Canada14:00 EDT / 11:00 PDT
UK19:00 BST
USA14:00 EDT / 11:00 PDT
Ireland19:00 BST
Australia04:00 AEST*
South Africa20:00 SAST
New Zealand06:00 NZDT*
EU20:00 CEST
*denotes following day
Circuit Gilles Villeneuve | Formula 1

Where to watch 2023 F1 Canadian GP on TV and streaming?

For the 2023 F1 Canadian GP, you can follow all the sessions live on Total-Motorsport.com, as we will have live blogs for FP1, FP2, FP3, qualifying and the race

F1 fans in the USA will be able to catch qualifying and the race on ESPN and ESPN+, with the practice sessions also available across the ESPN network. Meanwhile, UK fans will be able to watch every session on Sky Sports F1 and via the Sky Go App. 

Australian F1 fans can tune into Fox Sports to catch all the action, while Canadians will have to access TSN

John Smithhttps://total-motorsport.com
Editor at Total-Motorsport.com and all round Motorsport journalist specialising in Formula 1, IndyCar and Formula E.
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