Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix 2023: Schedule and Timings in India

Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix 2023: Schedule and Timings in India
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The Hungarian Grand Prix marks the 11th round of the 2023 F1 Championship, making a comeback after a two-week gap since the British Grand Prix. Set to take place from Friday, July 21, to Sunday, July 23, this standard F1 race weekend boasts three practice sessions, qualifying, and the main race on Sunday evening. Notably, there is no sprint race scheduled for this event.

Max Verstappen’s relentless dominance continues, extending his lead in the championship standings. His Red Bull Racing teammate, Sergio Perez, currently holds on to second place. At the previous round in Silverstone, Lando Norris of McLaren secured his first podium finish of the season, clinching second place, while his teammate Oscar Piastri finished fourth. This strong showing suggests a resurgent McLaren could emerge as a real contender for podium positions in the remaining races of the season.

Support Series Races and Indian F2 Drivers

During the Hungarian Grand Prix weekend, F2, F3, and Porsche Supercup races will also take place. However, Indian F2 drivers Jehan Daruvala and Kush Maini have faced challenges in maintaining their early form, experiencing a drop in the standings over the past few races. Maini, in his rookie F2 season, has had a string of bad luck in races despite impressive performances in qualifying.

How to Watch in India: F1 TV App and Timings

F1 fans in India can catch the action live on the F1 TV app with an F1 TV Pro subscription. All race sessions, including support series races for F2, F3, and Porsche Supercup, will be available for streaming on smartphones, tablets, laptops, and smart TVs. Multiple devices can be used simultaneously to enable different viewing angles and access statistics alongside the F1 TV feed and commentary, as well as the global broadcast feed from Sky Sports.

Mark your calendars for the following timings in India:

  • Formula 1 Hungarian Grand Prix Race : Sunday, July 23, 6:30 pm (IST)
  • Formula 2 Hungarian Grand Prix Feature Race: Sunday, July 23, 1:35 pm (IST)
  • Formula 3 Hungarian Grand Prix Feature Race: Sunday, July 23, 11:55 am (IST)
  • Porsche Supercup Hungarian Grand Prix Race: Sunday, July 23, 3:30 pm (IST)

With Verstappen’s commanding lead and McLaren’s resurgence, the Hungarian Grand Prix promises excitement and fierce competition. As fans eagerly await the races, they can witness the showdown between Verstappen and the rest of the field, with McLaren aiming to make a significant impact in the championship standings.

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