As common, the F1 schedule for 2019 is mainly a nine-month tour of a few of the biggest international locations, cities and race circuits on the earth. The 2019 Method 1 schedule, which visits 5 of the seven continents on the globe, is worthy of the best stage of auto racing on the earth.
From the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit in Australia to the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi, the 2019 F1 schedule gives Method 1 race groups and drivers distinctive challenges at every cease. Of the 21 races on the schedule, 11 happen in Europe, 5 happen in Asia, 4 happen within the Americas and one takes place in Australia.
MORE: Method 1 2019 season standings
When Method 1 launched its draft calendar for 2019 final 12 months, it was introduced that an settlement had been made to permit Germany to maintain its place on the F1 schedule. Additionally, the Belgian Grand Prix renewed its affiliation with F1 and can hold its place on the schedule till at the least 2021. Additional, F1’s settlement with the Japanese Grand Prix was prolonged by means of 2021.
“The renewal of the Japanese Grand Prix and the confirmation of the German Grand Prix are both examples of our direction to place fans at the heart of Formula 1, a vision shared with all our promoters,” mentioned Sean Bratches, managing director of business operations at Method 1. “The successful extension of the fan zones at the race circuits, coupled with the colorful city F1 festivals in London, Shanghai, Marseille, Milan and Miami, prove there is a great appetite for all aspects of Formula 1.”
Under is the complete F1 schedule for 2019, full with the TV channel, begin time and stay stream information for every race.
F1 schedule 2019: TV channel, begin time for every Method 1 race
Because it has in years previous, in the USA, ESPN will broadcast Sky Sports activities’ presentation of all 2019 F1 races.
Under is the TV and stay streaming schedule for all Method One race shows on ESPN platforms in 2019.
|Date||Race||Begin time||TV channel||Dwell stream|
|March 17||Australian GP||1 a.m. ET||ESPN||ESPN app|
|March 31||Bahrain GP||11:10 a.m. ET||ESPN2||ESPN app|
|April 14||Chinese language GP||2:10 a.m. ET||ESPN2||ESPN app|
|April 28||Azerbaijan GP||8:10 a.m. ET||ESPN2||ESPN app|
|May 12||Spanish GP||9:05 a.m. ET||ESPN2||ESPN app|
|May 26||Monaco GP||9:10 a.m. ET||ESPN||ESPN app|
|June 9||Canadian GP||2:10 p.m. ET||TBD||ESPN app|
|June 23||French GP||9:10 a.m. ET||TBD||ESPN app|
|June 30||Austrian GP||9:10 a.m. ET||TBD||ESPN app|
|July 14||British GP||9:10 a.m. ET||TBD||ESPN app|
|July 28||German GP||9:10 a.m. ET||TBD||ESPN app|
|Aug. 4||Hungarian GP||9:10 a.m. ET||TBD||ESPN app|
|Aug. 31||Belgian GP||6 a.m. ET||TBD||ESPN app|
|Sept. 8||Italian GP||9:10 a.m. ET||TBD||ESPN app|
|Sept. 22||Singapore GP||8:10 a.m. ET||TBD||ESPN app|
|Sept. 29||Russian GP||6:10 a.m. ET||TBD||ESPN app|
|Oct. 13||Japanese GP||1:10 a.m. ET||TBD||ESPN app|
|Oct. 27||Mexican GP||3:10 p.m. ET||TBD||ESPN app|
|Nov. 3||United States GP||2:10 p.m. ET||TBD||ESPN app|
|Nov. 17||Brazilian GP||12:10 p.m. ET||TBD||ESPN app|
|Dec. 1||Abu Dhabi GP||8:10 a.m. ET||TBD||ESPN app|
F1 2019 race outcomes, winners
The start of the 2019 Method 1 season has been all about workforce Mercedes. Although Ferrari drivers Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc have had their moments, as has Pink Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen, the Mercedes drivers have topped the rostrum in every race of the season to this point.
Lewis Hamilton, the chief in 2019 F1 driver standings, has three wins. His teammate Valtteri Bottas sits an in depth second within the standings with two wins.
Mercedes has recorded one-two finishes in every of the opening 5 races of the season for the primary time ever. Bottas is one win away from securing as many race wins in 2019 as in the remainder of his F1 profession mixed.
|March 17||Australian GP||Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)|
|March 31||Bahrain GP||Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)|
|April 14||Chinese language GP||Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)|
|April 28||Azerbaijan GP||Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)|
|May 12||Spanish GP||Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)|
|May 26||Monaco GP||TBD|
|June 9||Canadian GP||TBD|
|June 23||French GP||TBD|
|June 30||Austrian GP||TBD|
|July 14||British GP||TBD|
|July 28||German GP||TBD|
|Aug. 4||Hungarian GP||TBD|
|Aug. 31||Belgian GP||TBD|
|Sept. 8||Italian GP||TBD|
|Sept. 22||Singapore GP||TBD|
|Sept. 29||Russian GP||TBD|
|Oct. 13||Japanese GP||TBD|
|Oct. 27||Mexican GP||TBD|
|Nov. 3||United States GP||TBD|
|Nov. 17||Brazilian GP||TBD|
|Dec. 1||Abu Dhabi GP||TBD|