When is the next F1 race? Bahrain Grand Prix 2017 start time, TV coverage and information


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LEWIS HAMILTON and Sebastian Vettel head to Bahrain locked level on points at the top of the drivers standings.

The Brit won the second race of the year in China after Vettel’s season-opening win in Australia.

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Lewis Hamilton celebrates after winning the Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai

That means it’s finely poised heading to Bahrain and here’s all the race information.

When is the Bahrain Grand Prix?

The third race of the 2017 season takes place on Sunday, April 16.

Practice one and two will happen on Friday, April 14.

On Saturday, practice three and qualifying will determine who gets pole.

What time does the Bahrain Grand Prix start?

The Bahrain Grand Prix starts at 4pm BST – 6pm local time in the Middle East on Sunday.

Qualifying on the Saturday is at the same time and is expected to last one hour.

Friday practice will begin at midday UK time with the second session at 4pm.

Saturday’s P3 is at 1pm UK time – three hours before qualifying.

Lewis Hamilton on the top step ahead of Sebastian Vettel (left) and Max Verstappen (right)


Lewis Hamilton on the top step ahead of Sebastian Vettel (left) and Max Verstappen (right)

Where is the Bahrain Grand Prix held and how many laps is it?

Lewis Hamilton goes sandboarding in the UAE after losing opening F1 race

The race takes place at Bahrain International Circuit.

Drivers will race 57 laps covering a total distance of 191.5 miles.

What TV channel is the Bahrain Grand Prix on?

All the coverage is on Channel 4 and Sky Sports F1.

Sky Sports have the rights to all races this season while Channel 4 will show 10 of the races.

For full details on which races are on Channel 4 this year – CLICK HERE.

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