2024 Spanish GP F1 Schedule: how to watch the race at Circuit de Catalunya in Barcelona

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After finishing the weekend in Montreal, Formula 1 is now preparing for the Spanish GP: let’s take a look at the schedule for the next Formula One weekend.

Formula One leaves cold Canada, where Max Verstappen won after a strong race ahead of an excellent Lando Norris and George Russell (the latter started from pole position). It was a weekend to forget for Ferrari, with both drivers retiring. Following the triumph in Monaco, where Charles Leclerc won, Frederic Vasseur and his team arrived in Montreal full of positivity. But it was all in vain.

The next stop on the F1 calendar will be the Spanish GP, in beautiful Barcelona: let’s discover the schedule and TV programming for the weekend together.

F1, Spanish GP 2024 TV Schedule
The tenth round of the 2024 Formula 1 season – very long with its 24 races – will be in Barcelona, for a special GP for Spaniards Carlos Sainz and Fernando Alonso. The times will return to being daytime for the European audience.

Let’s find out the schedule in detail:

Spanish GP Friday Schedule

F1 AcademyPractice Session08:50 – 09:30
FIA Formula 3Practice Session09:55 – 10:40
FIA Formula 2Practice Session11:05 – 11:50
FIAF1 Car Presentation12:00 -13:00
Paddock ClubPaddock Club Track Tour12:00 -13:00
Paddock ClubPaddock Club Pit Lane Walk12:00 -13:00
FORMULA 1FIRST PRACTICE SESSION13:30 – 14:30
FIA Formula 3Qualifying Session15:00 – 15:30
Formula 1Teams' Press Conference15:30 – 16:30
FIA Formula 2Qualifying Session15:55 – 16:25
FORMULA 1SECOND PRACTICE SESSION17:00 – 18:00
FIA Formula 3Press Conference18:15 – 18:45
F1 AcademyQualifying Session18:30 – 19:00
FIA Formula 2Press Conference19:00 – 19:30
Paddock ClubPaddock Club Track Tour19:15 – 20:00
Paddock ClubPaddock Club Pit Lane Walk19:15 – 20:00

Spanish GP Saturday Schedule

FIA Formula 3Sprint Race (21 Laps or 40 Mins +1 Lap)10:40 – 11:25
Paddock ClubPaddock Club Track Tour11:35 – 12:05
Paddock ClubPaddock Club Pit Lane Walk11:35 – 12:05
Formula 1Team Pit Stop Practice11:35 – 12:05
FIA Formula 3Press Conference11:45 – 12:15
FORMULA 1THIRD PRACTICE SESSION12:30 – 13:30
FIA Formula 2Sprint Race (26 Laps or 45 Mins +1 Lap)14:15 – 15:05
FIA Formula 2Press Conference15:25 – 15:55
FORMULA 1QUALIFYING SESSION16:00 – 17:00
Formula 1Press Conference17:00 – 18:00
F1 AcademyFirst Race (16 Laps Max 30 Mins +1 Lap)18:00 – 18:35
Paddock ClubPaddock Club Track Tour18:45 – 19:45
Paddock ClubPaddock Club Pit Lane Walk18:45 – 20:00
F1 ExperiencesF1 Experiences Grid Walk & Trophy Photo19:45 – 20:45
Spanish GP Sunday Schedule
F1 AcademySecond Race (16 Laps Max 30 Mins +1 Lap)08:50 – 09:25
FIA Formula 3Feature Race (25 Laps or 45 Mins +1 Lap)10:05 – 10:55
FIA Formula 2Feature Race (37 Laps or 60 Mins +1 Lap)11:35 – 12:40
Paddock ClubPaddock Club Track Tour12:55 – 13:55
Paddock ClubPaddock Club Pit Lane Walk12:55 – 13:55
Formula 1Drivers' Parade13:00 – 13:30
FIA Formula 2Press Conference13:05 – 13:35
Formula 1National Anthem14:46 – 14:48
FORMULA 1GRAND PRIX (66 LAPS OR 120 MINS)15:00 – 17:00

Ferrari fans have multiple ways to enjoy the Spanish Grand Prix from home, including various online streaming channels like the official F1TV. By using the official website, fans can access each driver’s cockpit camera, enjoy the entire broadcast, and delve into detailed stats, making it the premier option for watching the Spanish Grand Prix. If F1TV isn't your preferred choice, Austrian fans can also tune in via ORF and Servus TV.

In Luxembourg, RTL Zwee has the broadcasting rights for all 2024 Formula 1 races, ensuring fans can follow the action. Belgian enthusiasts can watch the races for free on the RTBF channels by simply signing up with their email. Meanwhile, in Australia, highlights of the race will be available on 10Play, with the Australian GP airing for free to local viewers.

In the UK, Channel 4 provides free highlights of every race, and like in Australia, the British GP is also free to watch on this network. For those who love the full race weekend experience, there's no better place to be than at the track itself. The Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya offers a vibrant atmosphere with passionate fans cheering on local heroes like Carlos Sainz and Fernando Alonso, along with other favorite drivers.

Various ticket options are available for those wishing to attend the race in person, ranging from a 1-day pass to a 3-day ticket that includes access to the exclusive Paddock Club. Excited to witness Ferrari in action at the Spanish Grand Prix? Let us know in the comments below!

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