Watching the 2023 Mexican Grand Prix on TV in the UK

The 2023 Mexican Grand Prix will be broadcast on Sky Sports in the United Kingdom with session times that are favorable for fans in North and South America, and in most countries worldwide Formula 1 can be followed through the live streaming service F1 TV Pro.


‣ The 2023 Mexican Grand Prix will be the 19th race in the 2023 Formula 1 World Championship.
‣ The race will be broadcast on Sky Sports in the United Kingdom.
‣ Session times are late for European fans but kind for those in North and South America.
‣ Sky Sports will provide comprehensive coverage of the weekend, including all practice sessions, qualifying, and the race.

Welcome to our blog, where we have all the details on how to watch the highly anticipated 2023 Mexican Grand Prix! This thrilling race will be the 19th event in the 2023 Formula 1 World Championship and will be exclusively broadcast on Sky Sports in the United Kingdom. Let’s dive into the session times and broadcasting options for this exciting race!

The session times for the Mexican Grand Prix have been set to accommodate fans across different time zones. While the late session times might pose a challenge for European fans, it’s a convenient schedule for those in North and South America. If you’re in the United Kingdom, Sky Sports is your go-to destination to catch all the action. They will be broadcasting every single moment of the weekend, ensuring you won’t miss a beat.

Are you ready for the adrenaline rush? Sky Sports’ coverage kicks off on Friday with the first free practice session at 7pm [BST], preceded by a 30-minute build-up. Following FP1, stay tuned for the F1 Show, starting at 8:45pm [BST]. FP2 is then on the schedule, beginning at 10:45pm [BST]. Saturday brings more excitement with FP3 at 6:15pm [BST], followed by the thrilling qualifying session at 8:30pm [BST]. Finally, on Sunday, the Mexican Grand Prix takes center stage. Coverage begins at 6:30pm [BST], with the race commencing at 8pm [BST].

If you’re not in the United Kingdom, don’t worry! There are other options available for you to enjoy Formula 1. In most countries worldwide (excluding the UK), you can tune in to the live streaming service F1 TV Pro. They will be broadcasting all the sessions during the Mexican Grand Prix weekend, offering various commentaries and even the option to experience the race from your favorite driver’s cockpit. Another alternative is ViaPlay, which broadcasts Formula 1 in multiple countries, including the Netherlands.

At GPBlog, we are dedicated to providing you with comprehensive coverage of the Mexican Grand Prix. Our liveblog will keep you updated with every single session, ensuring you don’t miss any of the thrilling moments. Additionally, we will bring you the latest news stories throughout the weekend, keeping you informed about all the happenings in the world of Formula 1.

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Albert Ramirez
Albert Ramirez
Albert Ramirez is a senior writer at With a passion for motorsports, Albert brings a unique perspective to the world of Formula One. With over five years of experience as a sports reporter, he has honed his skills in capturing the essence of the sport.

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