Find out when all 2016 Formula 1 season’s races are taking place and check 2016 Formula 1 TV Schedule.
2016 Formula 1 season will start from 20th March with Australian Grand Prix. Let’s take a look at 2016 Formula 1 TV schedule and Formula one calendar. Two more grand Prix, German Grand Prix and the European Grand Prix, have been added, which means that the 2016 season will have a total of 21 races, compared to last year’s 19.
Below table shows what channel will have live TV coverage of formula 1 grand prix weekend in different parts of the world.
|United States||NBCSports||Univision Deportes (Spanish)|
|United Kingdom||SkySports F1 Channel||Channel 4 (10 Grand Prixs Live)|
|Canada||TSN & RDS|
|Australia||FoxSports (All Races)||Network 10 (10 Grand Prixs)|
|Germany||Sky Deutschland||RTL only qualifying & race, Sport1highlights|
|France||Canal+ Sport & Canal+|
|Finland||MTV Max||Sub (just highlights)|
|Norway||Viasat Motor, Viasat Sport,Viaplay|
|Spain||Movistar F1||TV3, Antenna 3|
|Middle East||BeIN Sports|
|South Asia||STAR Sports|
|Italy||Sky Sport F1||Rai 1 (some live races) & Rai 2(highlights)|
|Russia||Sport 1||Russia 2 (some races live|
|South Korea||SBS Sports|
|Latin America||Mediapro||Fox Sports 3 (Highlights)|
|Japan||Fuji TV Next|
|Ireland||Setanta Sport & SkySportsF1|
|Czech Republic||Sport 1/Sport 2|