From Friday, June 22 until Sunday, June 24, Formula 1 moves to France for the GP of Le Castellet 2018, here's how to follow the transalpine race
After the brilliant victory of Sebastian Vettel in the Canadian GP, the circus of Formula 1 moves to France for the GP Le Castellet 2018 from Friday, June 22 until Sunday, June 24. There will be no shortage of unknowns on a track that is missing from the F1 circuit since 1990 and that most of the pilots do not know.
The Formula 1 thus returns to France where it was missing since 2008, but on that occasion it was raced on the famous circuit of Magny-Cours. The circuit of Le Castellet, where the last to triumph was Alain Prost, is also an opportunity for a trip out of town for many fans of the four wheels, since the GP runs a few kilometers from Marseille. Ferrari historically has a good feeling with the French GP: in the last eight editions in France, the Reds have won six times, but the circuit on which it was run in the past is not the same as the one that will see the single-seaters engaged during this weekend. Fans will be able to watch live streaming of the French Formula 1 GP, so as to find out if Ferrari will confirm their French tradition or if the new circuit is not suitable for the characteristics of the Red.
French F1 GP 2018: tv schedules
The French Formula 1 GP 2018 can be followed live exclusively by Sky Sport F1 subscribers. Those who don't own the Sky Sport package or who don't have a pay-TV subscription will be able to watch the Qualifying and the Race on TV8 on a deferred basis. The times to mark in your diary are these: it starts on Friday at 12 noon for the first session of Free Practice, second Free Practice session that kicks off at 16, third and final exit for Free Practice on Saturday from 13, always at 16 on Saturday the start of Qualifying, while on Sunday for the French GP 2018 all on the grid at 16.10.
How to watch the 2018 French GP live streaming with SkyGo
As mentioned, only Sky Sport F1 subscribers will be able to watch live streaming the race weekend at Le Castellet: the 2018 French GP is in fact exclusive only for Sky subscribers. On pay-tv we will also be able to follow the press conferences before and after each round of the race and also hear the hot comments with interviews from the paddock. There will also be in-depth analysis in the studio.
How can we do it if we are not at home during the qualifying or the race on Sunday? No problem: if we have commitments or plan to go to the beach on the weekend we can easily see the French GP F1 2018 live streaming using the platform SkyGo. To do so, all we need to do is connect to the site or the application of the Sky service, which we remember works both on notebooks and on tablets and smartphones, and log in with our credentials. Once on the platform connect to the channel Sky Sport F1 HD and that's it.
How to see the French F1 Grand Prix 2018 deferred on TV8
If we do not have a subscription to Sky, the only alternative is to follow the highlights of the French Formula 1 race on TV8. In clear on Saturday at 19 will be broadcast the Qualifications while Sunday from 21 we can see the replica of the race of the French GP 2018 of F1. If on Saturday evening and Sunday evening we had commitments that take us out of the house and away from the comfort of the TV and our sofa, we can always follow the GP of Le Castellet from our smartphone, tablet and PC. How? Simple, let's connect to the official website of TV8 and go to the section Directs in order to see live streaming free qualifying or the race of the French GP F1 2018.