French Grand Prix is here again which returned to F1 calendar after 10 years. For many of the young F1 fans who missed last years race, Le Castellet will be something new, while veterans know the glorious moments at the Paul Ricard Circuit as the track is back after 28 years.
French Grand Prix 2019 Live Streaming Schedule
Below is the schedule of Grand Prix de France 2019.
|Date||Day||Session||Time (Local ET)||Time (GMT)||Time (ET)|
|21 Jun||Friday||Practice 1||11:00 – 12:30||09:00 – 10:30||05:00 – 06:30|
|Practive 2||15:00 – 16:30||13:00 – 14:30||09:00 – 10:30|
|22 Jun||Saturday||Practice3||12:00 – 13:00||10:00 – 11:00||06:00 – 07:00|
|Qualifying||15:00 – 16:00||13:00 – 14:00||09:00 – 10:00|
|23 Jun||Sunday||Race||15:10 – 17:10||13:10 – 15:10||09:10 – 11:10|
How to Watch Grand Prix De France Live Online
Like myself, many of the F1 fans like you will be looking forward to watch French Grand Prix live online. The only issue is the availability of official broadcast in your country or the country where you are travelling. I have compiled a channel list and some streaming tips for Formula 1 2018 season, you can check the F1 Live Streaming Guide here.
You will just need to install PureVPN on your device and then connect it to the country server of your choice to access the channel. For e.g. if you want to access Sky Sports outside UK or TF1 outside France, you will need to connect to UK server for Sky Sports or French servers to access TF1 from anywhere.
Grand Prix de France 2019 Build Up
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Facts about the Circuit Paul Ricard
Here are some interesting facts about Circuit Paul Ricard:
- The circuit was constructed with consultation from two famous drivers at the time, Jean-Pierre Beltoise and Henri Pescarolo and was opened in April 1970.
- The name of the track is given after the generous sponsor, with the help of that it was build in less than 1 year.
- French drivers made most of the home track, with Rene Arnoux winning in 1982 and Alain Prost triumphing four times in the 80s.
- After the last Grand Prix at the venue in 1990, Circuit Paul Ricard was announced outdated as per F1 guidelines.
- In early 2000s, the circuit was transformed into the Paul Ricard High Tech Test Track. Its new layout, updated safety standards, and first time use of painted run-off areas instead of traditional gravel traps attracted many F1 teams and drivers.
- It was opened for public in 2009 and since then has hosted several major championships. After the deal made in 2016 for F1, it was modified to ensure a suitably stern challenge for the drivers and an equally thrilling spectacle for race fans.
French Grand Prix 2018 Results
The last year’s Grand Prix de France results are as follows:
|Race Podium||1. Hamilton/Mercedes||1:31:50.245|
|2. Verstappen/Red Bull||+17.984|
Here is the review of Formula 1 French Grand Prix 2008
So, will it be your first French Grand Prix or you have witness the previous decades of thrilling races, this time there will be something new which all the F1 followers will enjoy. Get prepared now, will streaming set ups on your devices along with PureVPN to avoid any hassle at the last moment.