The excitement of formula 1 is returning to France after a decade. The last time F1 race was held here in 2008. In 2008 Ferrari’s Felipe Massa had won the race followed by Kimmi Raikkonen. Ferrari holds an excellent record here they have won 17 race here. The history racing dates back to 1906. French GP is the oldest GP in the world, the F1 race started in 1970s. Only Fernando Alonso and Kimmi Raikkonen have won French GP in the Modern era drivers. Neither Lewis nor Vettel has scored a single win here. This year French GP will take place at Circuit Paul Ricard from June 22, 2018, to June 25, 2018. Sportsfeista brings complete details of French GP 2018 Live Stream, Schedule, TV Channel & Live Telecast Information of Formula 1 Pirelli Grand Prix De France 2018.
— Grand Prix de France F1 (@GPFranceF1) June 19, 2018
France is hosting F1 after a decade, however, for Circuit Paul Ricard, it is a very long wait the last race was held here almost 3 decades back in 1990. French GP is a welcome gift to French F1 fans.
It's been almost three decades since #F1 raced at the Circuit Paul Ricard 🇫🇷
— Formula 1 (@F1) June 20, 2018
French GP 2018 Live Stream will be available at F1 TV, Formula One App, Tenplay, Fox Sports Australia, TSN GO, RDS GO, RLT, Supersports, beINsports connect, Watch ESPN, Univision Now, ALL 4, BBC Iplayer Radio, Sky Sports, Hotstar app
The live telecast of French Grand Prix 2018 in Canada is on TSN. Star Sports Select/HD will broadcast the race in India. US F1 viewers will need to tune into ABC & ESPN to catch the final race. Sky Sports and Channel 4 will telecast the final race in the United Kingdom. beIN Sports Arabia will telecast the race in the Middle East & North Africa. Australian viewers will be able to watch the race on Network Ten & Fox Sports. Sky Sports will broadcast the race in Ireland, Italy, and Newzealand. French Formula 1 fans will be able to catch the race on Canal+. Fox Sports will telecast the coverage in Asia. In Germany, the race will be on RTL & n-TV
All timings are given in local French Timing which is GMT+2
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