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Belgian Grand Prix TV Schedule (UK Time)

Friday 26th August 2011
Belgian Grand Prix Free practice 1: 8:55 – 10:35
Belgian Grand Prix Free practice 2: 12:55 – 14:35

Saturday 27th August 2011
Belgian Grand Prix Free practice 3: 9:55 – 11:05
Belgian Grand Prix Qualifying: 12:10 – 14:20
Qualifying starts at 13:00

Sunday 28th August 2011
Belgian Grand Prix: 12:05 – 15:25
Race starts at 13:00

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The Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park in Melbourne will start the 2011 Formula One racing season on Sunday 27 March 2011. Two weeks later than planned due to the cancellation of the Bahrain Grand Prix, the 2011 Formula One racing season starts on Sunday 27 March 2011 with the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne. Watch Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix 2011 Live Online at your desktop or laptop at Watch F1. Subscribe Now and Start watching live formula 1 racing online.

Albert Park in Melbourne is a difficult circuit with bumpy hard braking zones as fast straights quickly turn into slow corners. Tyre wear is therefore likely to be high.

Here are the details of the live video coverage of the Australian Grand Prix as well as the live comment times.
Readers in Britain should remember that at 1am on Sunday 27th March Britain moves from Greenwich Mean Time to British Summer Time, meaning the clocks go forward one hour. Set your alarms with care!

Friday 25th March 2011
Australian Grand Prix Free practice 1: 1:25-3:05
Australian Grand Prix Free practice 2: 5:25-7:05

Saturday 26th March 2011
Australian Grand Prix Free practice 3: 2:55-4:05
Australian Grand Prix Qualifying: 5:00-7:30
Qualifying starts at 6:00

Sunday 27th March 2011
Australian Grand Prix: 6:00-9:00
Race starts at 7:00

The LAST grand prix of 2010 season. The final climax of the 2010 F1 Grand Prix season comes on Sunday 14 November 2010 in Abu Dhabi with four drivers still in with a chance of being world champion. Don’t miss the last Grand Prix of this season. Subscribe Now and Watch Abu Dhabi Grand Prix Live Online. If you have missed any race of this season, you can watch it from our Archive. Your Membership not only helps you to watch live race, but F1 highlights also.

Four drivers are still in with a chance of winning the Formula 1 racing championship ahead of the final grand prix in Abu Dhabi on Sunday 14 November 2010. But the constructors championship is done and dusted as a one-two from Red Bull in the Brazilian Grand Prix clinched the title.

Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso still leads the drivers championship despite only finishing third in Brazil. But he is only eight points ahead of Red Bull’s Mark Webber, who came second in Brazil, and fifteen points ahead of the winner in Brazil, Sebastian Vettel.

McLaren have not given up hope that their lead driver Lewis Hamilton can still steal the crown after his fourth in Brazil leaves him twenty-four points adrift. To overtake Alonso, he would need to win and Alonso not to finish in the top ten.

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at Yas Marina
The Yas Marina circuit does not provide a particularly interesting climax to the Formula 1 racing season. There will be an engineering challenge to make sure the brake cooling systems are at peak efficiency as the main long straight ends in a tight bend. There are also some tricky twists and turns as the lap comes to an end that will test the drivers’ abilities as these will be crucial for those wanting to push lap times to the limit. Lewis Hamilton was on pole last year but Sebastian Vettel won the race.

Watch F1 Monaco Grand Prix Live Online at www.watchf1.net. Reigning world champion Jenson Button will start the Monaco Grand Prix on Sunday (16 May 2010) with a narrow lead in the drivers’ standings after only managing fifth place in last weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix. And team McLaren still lead the constructors’ championship despite Lewis Hamilton crashing out with a puncture in Barcelona one lap from the end. Subscribe Now and Start watching Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix online by our High Quality F1 Streaming TV Feeds.

All eyes in Spain though were on the Red Bull team, which were easily the fastest cars on the circuit and came in first with Mark Webber and third with Sebastian Vettel – it would have been a one-two if not for a poor pit stop and technical problems near the end. Fernando Alonso capitalised on Vettel’s problems to take second place and move up to second in the drivers’ championship.

Nico Rosberg, who was second going into the Barcelona race, had a poor qualifying and even worse race and ended up thirteenth, dropping him down to fifth in what is turning into a tight battle. The top seven in the championship are separated by just twenty-one points and a win this season is worth twenty-five points.

Spain was the turn of Rosberg’s Mercedes team mate Michael Schumacher to shine and he held off a challenge from Button to hold onto fourth place.

There were also congratulations in Spain to the Virgin team that managed to get both its drivers home for the first time.

Monaco Grand Prix

The tight street circuit in Monte Carlo is the most famous in the Formula One calendar, and the fun is likely to start in final qualifying on Saturday. There have been problems with overcrowding in qualifying before on this circuit but with twenty-four cars this year it could end in chaos and tears. With overtaking notoriously difficult, qualifying is extremely important and that should favour the extra speed the Red Bull team seems to have found.

The course is one that favours the brave but not the reckless as only a small deviation from the racing line can send the car into a metal barrier or kerb.

Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix Schedule

Thursday 13th May 2010

Monaco Grand Prix Free practice 1 – 10:00 – 11:30 (09:00 – 10:30)
Monaco Grand Prix Free practice 2 – 14:00 – 15:30 (13:00 – 14:30)

Saturday 15th May 2010

Monaco Grand Prix Free practice 3 – 11:00 – 12:00 (10:00 – 11:00)
Monaco Grand Prix Qualifying – 14:00 (13:00)

Sunday 16th May 2010

Monaco Grand Prix – 14:00 (13:00)

Times are local times with British time conversions in brackets.

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The Formula One season begins in Europe with the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona on Sunday (9 May 2010), with Jenson Button at the top of the standings. Watch Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix 2010 Live Online at www.watchf1.net at High Quality F1 Streaming English tv feeds. Subscribe and start watching F1 Live on your desktop or laptop.

Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona Information
Length: 4.655km
Race distance: 66 laps / 305.256km
Full throttle: 57%
Top speed: 308kph
Longest flat-out section: 16s / 1.14km
Right/left-hand turns: 9/7
Tyre wear: Medium
Brake wear: high
Downforce level: High
Gear changes per lap: 44

Spanish Grand Prix 2010 Schedule
Friday 7th May 2010
Spanish Grand Prix Free practice 1 – 10:00 – 11:30 (09:00 – 10:30)
Spanish Grand Prix Free practice 2 – 14:00 – 15:30 (13:00 – 14:30)
Saturday 8th May 2010
Spanish Grand Prix Free practice 3 – 11:00 – 12:00 (10:00 – 11:00)
Spanish Grand Prix Qualifying – 14:00 (13:00)
Sunday 9th May 2010
Spanish Grand Prix – 14:00 (13:00)
Times are local times with British time conversions in brackets.

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The 2009 Formula 1 season will end on November 1st with the inaugural Abu Dhabi Grand Prix at the impressive new Yas Marina circuit. With both the driver’s and constructor’s titles decided the race looks set to provide an entertaining end to an incredible season, with several drivers in contention for victory. You can watch the 2009 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix live online at www.watchf1.net.

Jenson Button secured his first Formula 1 World Championship at Interlagos, while his Brawn GP team won the constructor’s title. Follow live Formula 1 streaming from Abu Dhabi at www.watchf1.net to see if the Englishman can round off his year with a victory.

Abu Dhabi Grand PrixThe 2009 Abu Dhabi GP takes place over 55 laps of the 5.554 km (3.451 miles) Yas Marina circuit, giving a total Grand Prix distance of 305.470 km (189.819 miles). The Formula 1 drivers will have 21 new corners to master and you can follow all the action at www.watchf1.net.

The Yas Marina circuit features two very high speed sections, followed by tight hairpins. These corners, turns 8 and 12 – are likely to provide great overtaking opportunities. The pit lane is also unique, as it features a tunnel section. This has raised concerns over what will happen in the event of a car stopping in the pit lane, as it would be difficult to retrieve. Watch all the action from the exciting new track by following F1 live online at www.watchf1.net.

Red Bull will approach the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in a confident frame of mind, after Mark Webber dominated proceedings in the recent Brazilian Grand Prix to score his second F1 victory. Robert Kubica was surprisingly quick in his BMW Sauber and you can follow the Pole’s final race for the team at www.watchf1.net. Kubica will be a Renault driver next year, while the future of the BMW Sauber team remains uncertain.

Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel both produced storming drives through the field at Interlagos to finish third and fourth respectively. Perhaps the most impressive performance of the day came from Toyota’s Japanese rookie Kamui Kobayashi. He led Button for many laps and looked like scoring points on his debut, before finally slipping to ninth. Kobayashi was standing in for an injured Timo Glock. Watch the 2009 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix live online at www.watchf1.net to see who will be in the car at Yas Marina.

Other drivers to watch out for in Abu Dhabi include Jarno Trulli and Adrian Sutil. After qualifying well they managed to collide on the first lap in Brazil, with each blaming the other. Find out if either can go the distance at Yas Marina by taking out a subscription at www.watchf1.net. Added benefits include live online streaming of other major racing series, including MotoGP and NASCAR.

The inaugural Abu Dhabi GP gets underway at 5pm local time (1pm GMT). This means that darkness will descend during the Grand Prix, making for a spectacular finish. Follow all the action from what promises to be a great race at www.watchf1.net.

The Brazilian Grand Prix is round 16 of the 2009 Formula 1 World Championship and takes place at Interlagos in Sao Paolo on October 18th. Watch Brazilian GP live online at www.watchf1.net by Watch F1 HQ tv feeds.

Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel kept his F1 title hopes alive with a convincing victory last time out in the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka. Championship leader Jenson Button had another frustrating weekend and his Brawn GP team-mate Rubens Barrichello finished ahead of him to further narrow the gap in the title race. Find out if Button can stop the rot by watching live Formula 1 streaming at www.watchf1.net.

Interlagos has been the setting for several memorable Formula 1 title deciders. In 2007 Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen sensationally pipped McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton to the crown. Last year it was Hamilton’s turn to celebrate as he beat Ferrari’s Felipe Massa to the Formula 1 World Championship on the final lap. Watch Button’s bid to win his maiden F1 title by registering to see the 2009 Brazilian Grand Prix live online at www.watchf1.net.

Brazilian Grand PrixThe 2009 Brazilian GP will take place over 71 laps of the 4.309 km (2.677 miles) Interlagos circuit, giving a total Grand Prix distance of 305.909 km (190.067 miles). Watch all the action with live online F1 coverage at www.livef1.net and discover if anyone can break Juan-Pablo Montoya’s lap record of 1 minute, 11.473 seconds, which has stood since 2004.

Interlagos is unusual as it runs in an anti-clockwise direction, placing unfamiliar strains on the Formula 1 driver’s necks. There are several good passing opportunities on the undulating track, most notably into the tight, downhill turn one. Rain is not an uncommon occurrence during the Brazilian GP. Follow the Grand Prix live online at www.watchf1.net to see if the weather will be kind to the drivers this year.

Vettel will be highly motivated to record consecutive Grand Prix victories and turn up the heat on Formula 1 point leader Jenson Button. Barrichello will be desperate to win in front of his fanatical home crowd. See if either driver can keep their title hopes alive by watching live online Formula 1 coverage at www.watchf1.net. Other drivers who impressed at Suzuka were Lewis Hamilton (third for McLaren), Nico Rosberg (fifth for Williams) and Nick Heidfeld (sixth for BMW Sauber).

Toyota’s Jarno Trulli had a strong run in Japan to finish second. His team-mate Timo Glock will be hoping to be back to full fitness after feeling unwell at Suzuka and suffering a nasty crash during qualifying. A subscription to Watch F1 provides not only live Formula 1 streaming of the 2009 Brazilian GP, but also access to highlights and live online coverage of other major racing series, including MotoGP and NASCAR.

The Japanese Grand Prix on October 4th is round 15 of the 2009 Formula 1 World Championship. This year the race takes place at Suzuka and you can watch the 2009 Japanese GP live online at www.watchf1.net.

Brawn GP’s Jenson Button moved a step closer to winning his maiden F1 title last time out in Singapore by finishing one place ahead of his team-mate and championship rival Rubens Barrichello. See if Button can strengthen his grip on the Formula 1 World Championship by watching live Formula 1 streaming at www.watchf1.net.

The Singapore Grand Prix produced a surprise podium. McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton started from pole and won the race, while Toyota driver Timo Glock surprised many with a second place finish. Fernando Alonso gave his Renault team reason to celebrate after a difficult few weeks following the departure of leading team members Flavio Briatore and Pat Symonds amidst race fixing allegations.

F1 Japanese Grand PrixThe Suzuka circuit which will host the 2009 Japanese GP is one of the most challenging on the Formula 1 calendar. A lap of Suzuka measures 5.807 km (3.608 miles) and the F1 drivers will have to complete 53 of them, giving a total Grand Prix distance of 307.573 km (191.126 miles). Watch the Japanese Grand Prix live online at www.watchf1.net to find out if anyone can better Felipe Massa’s lap record of 1 minute, 18.426 seconds, set last year in a Ferrari.

The Japanese Grand Prix alternates between Suzuka and Fuji. Last year’s race at Fuji saw Alonso emerge victorious, with Robert Kubica and Kimi Raikkonen joining the Spaniard on the podium. Watch live F1 streaming at www.watchf1.net to see if Alonso can record another Japanese GP victory. Kubica will find it difficult to repeat his podium performance of last year in what has been a disastrous season for BMW Sauber.

Red Bull were back on the pace again in Singapore, only for Mark Webber to crash out with brake failure. Despite the team’s competitiveness it now looks as though the battle for the 2009 Formula 1 World Championship is between Brawn GP team-mates Button and Barrichello. Find out which driver emerges on top at Suzuka by subscribing to www.watchf1.net and enjoy Formula 1 live online as the season reaches a climax. A subscription also gives access to live online streaming of other major series, including MotoGP and NASCAR.

Nico Rosberg looked in contention for victory in Singapore, only to ruin his own chances. After crossing the pit exit line in his Williams Rosberg was handed a drive through penalty which removed any chance of the young German scoring his maiden Formula 1 win. Watch the 2009 Japanese Grand Prix live online at www.watchf1.net to see if Rosberg can turn his undoubted pace into a race winning performance. Whatever happens at Suzuka the only certainty is that the 2009 F1 title will not be decided there. The battle may yet go to the final race of the season in Abu Dhabi.

Watch Live F1 Singapore Grand Prix Live Online at WatchF1 Streaming Network. Round 14 of the 2009 Formula 1 World Championship takes place in Singapore on September 27th. Follow all the action from the Singapore Grand Prix with live Formula 1 streaming at www.watchf1.net.

The F1 title battle appears to be between Brawn GP team-mates Jenson Button and Rubens Barrichello. It was Barrichello who won last time out at Monza, although Button managed to finish second which limited the damage to his points lead. Follow the Singapore Grand Prix live online at www.watchf1.net to find out if Barrichello can close the gap further in the race to be Formula 1 World Champion.

Despite the fascinating title battle the main topic of discussion ahead of the Singapore GP is Renault’s upcoming hearing in front of the World Motor Sports Council. Team boss Flavio Briatore will have to defend himself from allegations brought against him by disgruntled former driver Nelson Piquet. The sacked Brazilian has told the FIA that he was instructed to crash deliberately in last year’s Singapore Grand Prix in a bid to help his team-mate Fernando Alonso win the race. Alonso benefited from the subsequent safety car period and did go on to claim victory.

F1 Singapore Grand PrixThe 2009 Singapore Grand Prix will take place at night over 61 laps of the 23 corner floodlit street circuit. Each lap measures 5.067 km (3.15 miles), making a total race distance of 309.087 km (192.066 miles). You can follow the 2009 Singapore GP live online at www.watchf1.net with live F1 streaming of all the action from the demanding street circuit. The lap record belongs to Kimi Raikkonen and was set in last year’s inaugural Singapore Grand Prix. The Finn recorded a best time of 1 minute, 45.599 seconds in his Ferrari.

Both Brawn GP drivers will be confident of challenging for victory in Singapore, but Raikkonen has been in impressive form recently. He has claimed 30 out of a possible 40 points in the last four races. Watch Raikkonen go for another victory with live Formula 1 streaming of the 2009 Singapore Grand Prix at www.watchf1.net.

The revelation of the last two races has been Force India’s form. Adrian Sutil qualified second and Monza and finished fourth, while his new team-mate Vitantonio Liuzzi also had a strong weekend. Find out if the team can score a breakthrough win by watching live Formula 1 streaming of the 2009 Singapore Grand Prix at www.watchf1.net.

Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber both looked like strong title contenders before Monza but a miserable weekend saw their championship hopes all but ended. Lewis Hamilton provided plenty of drama at Monza, crashing his McLaren heavily on the final lap. Follow the Singapore GP live online at www.watchf1.net to see if the defending Formula 1 World Champion can last the distance this time.

Toyota and Williams were both off the pace in the Italian Grand Prix, but Williams driver Nico Rosberg drove superbly in Singapore last year to claim second position. Meanwhile, Giancarlo Fisichella will be looking for a points finish in his second race for Ferrari. A subscription to www.watchf1.net provides live F1 streaming and also access to online coverage of other major racing series, including MotoGP and NASCAR.

After a thrilling Belgian Grand Prix on the majestic Spa-Francorchamps circuit the 2009 Formula 1 season moves to an equally historic track. Round 13 of the 2009 Formula 1 World Championship, the Italian Grand Prix, takes place at Monza on September 13th. Follow all the action from this legendary high speed circuit by watching the 2009 Italian GP live online at www.watchf1.net. Watch Live Formula 1 online TV feeds and Formula 1 highlights right now. If you have missed any f1 races of 2009 F1 season, don’t worry. With WatchF1.net premium membership you will have the access to 2009 f1 season highlights.

F1-Italian-GP-Live-OnlineThe 2009 F1 season has thrown up many surprises, and the form book was turned upside down at Spa. Giancarlo Fisichella was the sensation of qualifying, claiming pole for Force India. Although he was passed in the race by Kimi Raikkonen’s KERS assisted Ferrari the Italian doggedly stayed with the Finn, crossing the line less than one second behind. You can see if Force India can go one position better at Monza with live Formula 1 streaming at www.watchf1.net. They will be without the services of Fisichella, who has landed himself a race seat with Ferrari replacing Luca Badoer.

Renault find themselves embroiled in further controversy ahead of the Italian Grand Prix at Monza. The FIA have launched an investigation following allegations that Nelson Piquet’s crash during the 2009 Singapore Grand Prix was deliberate. The crash brought out the safety car, benefiting Piquet’s team-mate Fernando Alonso who went on to win the race.

The 2009 Italian Grand Prix is scheduled to take place over 53 laps of the 5.793 km (3.600 miles) Monza circuit, amounting to a total race distance of 306.720 km (190.596 miles). Juan-Pablo Montoya recorded the fastest lap in F1 history at Monza in 2002, circulating at an average speed of 262.242 km/h (162.949 mph). Follow the Italian GP live online at www.watchf1.net to see if any of the current Formula 1 driver’s can approach the Columbian’s speed.

Monza has a long history of producing high speed races and close finishes. In 1971 Peter Gethin won the closest Grand Prix ever, with the top five cars covered by just over half a second.

It is near impossible to predict a winner of the Italian GP. Red Bull arrived at Spa as favourites, but had a disappointing weekend. Watch the 2009 Italian Grand Prix live online at www.watchf1.net to see if Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel can get their title challenges back on track. It was at this circuit last year that Vettel scored his maiden F1 victory driving for Toro Rosso.

F1 World Championship leader Jenson Button saw his lead narrowed to 16 points in Belgium, after being taken out on lap one by Renault new boy Romain Grosjean. At www.watchf1.net you can see if the Briton can stand the pressure from his experienced Brazilian team-mate and nearest title challenger Rubens Barrichello. Defending champion Lewis Hamilton crashed at the same corner as Button at Spa, after being driven into by Toro Rosso rookie Jaime Alguersuari. Follow the 2009 Italian Grand Prix live online here to see if Vettel can produce a repeat performance.

Live Formula 1 streaming at www.watchf1.net allows you to watch all the drama of the 2009 Italian Grand Prix online. With just five races left in the 2009 F1 World Championship the season is building to a gripping climax. Watch the Italian GP live online, the final European race for this year. A subscription to www.watchf1.net also gives access to formula 1 full length highlights and live online streaming of other major racing series, including MotoGP and NASCAR.

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