F1 2021: How to watch the Belgian Grand Prix

We've found the best ways to watch the F1 in this handy guide.

A Red Bull F1 car driving around Silverstone

by Ryan Gilmore |

The Belgian round of the F1 Season is going ahead from the 27th to the 29th August and it's always an interesting race. Held at the world-famous Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps here's how you can enjoy it live.

Here's the timetable so you know what's going on:

August 27: Practice 1 (10:30 - 11:30) and Practice 2 (14:00 - 15:00)

August 28: Practice 3 (11:00-12:00) and Qualifying (14:30 - 15:00)

August 29: Race (14:00 - 16:00)

See it live

Planning on heading down to Belgium to watch the race? We've found the best tickets still available for purchase.

Watch it on TV

Can't get down to Silverstone for the event? Don't worry, it's broadcast live on Sky One (with highlights available on Channel 4 after the race has ended).

Now Sports Membership

Now Entertainment Membership

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NOW TV will allow you to stream the full race on Sky One over the weekend. It also gives you access to countless hours of TV to stream as well as several other Sky channels. The one-day membership option will also give you access to all Sky Sports channels, including Sky Sports F1.

Enjoy some good grub on race day

F1 Race Day Bundle

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What could be better than watching the F1 with a fresh beer in hand and some fine meats to enjoy. That's what this bundle from The Sausage Man offers and more. Included are three types of hot dog, a selection of beers, top-quality condiments and even some pulled beef.

What's happening later in the year?

These are the races left on the F1 calendar for this year. We've got them listed below and will update this article with the best deals for them all.

Dutch Grand Prix (3 - 5 September)

Italian Grand Prix (10 - 12 September)

Russian Grand Prix (24 - 26 September)

Turkish Grand Prix (1 - 3 October)

Japanese Grand Prix (8 - 10 October) - Cancelled

United States Grand Prix (22 - 24 October)

Mexico City Grand Prix (29 - 31 October)

Brazilian Grand Prix (5 - 7 November)

Australian Grand Prix (19 - 21 November)

Saudi Arabian Grand Prix (3 -5 December)

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (10 - 12 December)

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