From Friday 14 September to Sunday 16 Formula 1 moves to Asia for the 2018 Singapore GP, here's how to follow the race live streaming
After the excitement of the Italian Grand Prix in Monza, Formula 1 returns to racing on the weekend between 14 and 16 September 2018 ahead of the Singapore GP. With seven Grands Prix to go, the challenge between Vettel and Hamilton, and between Ferrari and Mercedes, for the drivers' and constructors' standings is coming increasingly into focus.
The Singapore GP is run on a street circuit full of pitfalls. In the Asian country Formula 1 races since 2008 and the Singapore Grand Prix is famous for being passed into history as the first F1 race run at night. For Ferrari the hopes come from the numbers of the past, Vettel with four victories from 2008 to today is in fact the driver who has won the most on the Asian track. In the last two years, however, to triumph on the Singapore Street Circuit have always been the Mercedes, with Rosberg in 2016 and Hamilton in 2017. Here are the schedules of the Formula 1 racing weekend and how to watch live streaming of the Singapore GP from our mobile devices.
F1 Singapore GP 2018: TV schedules
The Singapore GP officially starts with the press conference of the drivers on Thursday but on track we will have the first taste only on Friday, September 14 with the first round of free practice that runs at 10.30 am (obviously Italian time). In the afternoon, at 2.30pm, the second free practice session and then on Saturday we will start to get serious. From 12 noon onwards, the third and final free practice session and then, at 3pm, the first qualifying session. On Sunday, the time to mark in the diary or in the reminder of the phone is 14.10, for the start of the Singapore GP 2018 of F1.
Singapore GP 2018 of Formula 1, how to see the live streaming with SkyGo
The Singapore GP 2018 of F1 is one of the Grand Prix that will be broadcast live exclusively on Sky Sports. Only subscribers to the Sky Sport F1 HD package will therefore be able to see all the emotions of the Asian race. As well as Free Practice, Qualifying and the race, Sky will also be broadcasting interviews from the paddock, in-depth reports from the studio and comments from the experts of the four wheels, before and after each race session. If we are not at home and we can not watch the race from our TV we can always follow the Singapore GP 2018 Formula 1 from the platform for streaming SkyGo. How? Simple, we download the application for tablet or smartphone, or access the official website of the Sky service, even from a computer, we enter our credentials and once inside SkyGo we go to the channel Sky Sport F1 HD. And that's it we will be ready to follow every emotion of the Singapore Grand Prix 2018.
Singapore Grand Prix 2018 Formula 1, how to see the deferred streaming with TV8
As always on TV8, when the race is not broadcast live, we will have the opportunity to see free to air the replicas. On Saturday from 20 will be broadcast a summary of Qualifying while on Sunday from 21.15 via the deferred F1 Singapore GP 2018. In addition to the two racing sessions we will also have in-depth analysis and interviews from the studio. If we are not at home we can take our smartphone, tablet or notebook and connect to the official website of TV8. By going to the Directs section we will be able to follow live streaming the deferred qualifying or the race of the Singapore GP.