It’s the German Grand Prix this weekend – and Sebastian Vettel is likely to be desperate to get a home win and his championship battle back in action. He’s not the only German with eyes on the podium though, Michael Schumacher is said to be keen to show his appreciation to his Mercedes GP mechanics – which we think means a podium rather than greetings card, who knows.
It’s been a little while since we screened a grand prix LIVE in London, for the German GP, why not join us and enjoy the race on a massive (4metre) cinema screen, in HD with surround sound. You won’t miss any of the action with our secondary screen giving you all the live timing data and Twitter feeds. Along with a great atmosphere, some friendly debate and a few prizes up for grabs, it really is a great way to enjoy F1… go here for more details and tickets (or check out some photos from previous events)
No matter how you follow the GP this weekend, let’s hope it’s yet another great race and here’s all the F1 TV times, in one place – handy.
- FP1: 08.55 – 10.35 – Sky F1 HD / BBC Radio 5 Live & text commentary online
- FP2: 12.55 – 14.35 – Sky F1 HD / BBC text commentary online
- The F1 Show: 17.00 – 18.00 – Sky F1 HD
- FP3: 09.55 – 11.05 – Sky F1 HD / BBC text commentary online
- Qualifying LIVE: 12.00 – 14.30 – Sky F1 HD
- BBC Qualy Highlights: 17.00 – 18.10 BBC Two + BBC HD
- Grand Prix LIVE (race start at 1pm):
- 11.30 – 16.15 – Sky F1 HD
- 13.00 – 14.45 – BBC text commentary online & Radio 5 Live
- BBC GP Highlights: 17.30 – 19.00 – BBC Two & BBC HD
Go here to see all the times for every session of every grand prix weekend in 2012 and go here to learn more about the UK presenters and commentators, with such luminaries as Jake Humphrey, Gary Anderson, Lee McKenzie and the Sky F1 team.
What do you make of the TV coverage so far this year? Happy with Sky, or prefer the BBC? Let us know in the comments and also read our thoughts on it for Australia, Malaysia, China, Bahrain and Spain too.