The final leg of the 2023 Formula One racing season is approaching, and American F1 fans now have more viewing options on a range of platforms. The action moves to Austin, Texas’ Circuit of the Americas after Max Verstappen won the world championship at the Qatar Grand Prix.
When is the Grand Prix of Austin? How do You view?
ABC will broadcast the Austin Grand Prix live on Sunday at 3 p.m. ET. ESPN+ and ESPN3 will both stream it. At 1:30 p.m. ET, pre-race coverage begins. The Spanish broadcast begins at 2:30 p.m. on ESPN Deportes and at 2 p.m. on ESPN+.
What other races can You watch this year on ESPN?
All 23 of the championship’s races will be broadcast on ESPN channels, including 18 on ABC or ESPN. ESPN2 will broadcast the last five. For more details, view the complete 2023 Formula One calendar on ESPN platforms.
What novel features can You expect for the remaining 2023 Formula One season?
The most races ever to air on ESPN will be thirteen. With the first Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix taking place in November, the F1 season will have three races in the United States for the first time in history.
How can You get more ESPN F1 coverage?
Additionally, a dedicated website that covers the championship all year long with reporters present at every race is part of ESPN’s F1 coverage. The video podcast series “Unlapped,” which airs year-round on the ESPN YouTube channel, including contributions from ESPN’s F1 reporters as well. Social media accounts @ESPNF1 on X, @ESPNF1 on Instagram, and ESPNF1 on Facebook are all linked to the ESPN/F1 website. Visit the ESPN F1 video hub page to stream races, interviews, and more.
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