The 2023 Azerbaijan GP marks the end of F1’s early season break, with teams and drivers heading to Baku after three weeks off, so make sure you know where to watch the race live from the Baku City Circuit on TV and online via streaming.
Red Bull will be aiming to keep their 100 percent winning record in tact after victories in the opening three F1 2023 races, as a title battle between Max Verstappen and Checo Perez threatens to bubble up.
Aston Martin and Fernando Alonso have been the main challengers to Red Bull’s dominance thus far in F1 2023, but a resurgent Mercedes could see themselves in with a shout of a podium finish in Baku.
However the main talking point in Baku is the introduction of the new F1 Sprint format which will see a qualifying session – sprint shootout – for the sprint race held on Saturday before the sprint race itself.
Where to watch the 2023 F1 Azerbaijan GP on TV and via streaming?
For the 2023 F1 Azerbaijan GP, as always you can follow all the sessions live on Total-Motorsport.com, as we will have live blogs for FP1, qualifying, the sprint shootout, sprint race and the Grand Prix itself.
Fans in the USA will be able to catch qualifying on ESPNU and the race on ESPN and ESPN+. Meanwhile, UK fans will be able to watch every session on Sky Sports F1.
Australian F1 fans can tune into Fox Sports to catch all the action, while Canadians will have to access TSN.
The 2023 Azerbaijan GP starts at 3pm local time in Baku, which is 12pm for those in the UK, and 7am for viewers on the east coast of the USA. On the US west coast it’s lights out at 4am.
2023 Azerbaijan GP schedule