Formula 1 Japanese GP 2019 Live Stream, Schedule & Live Telecast Info of Japanese Grand Prix: With Their Imperious Speed, Can Ferrari Brake Mercedes Fort at Suzuka.
Lead by defending champion Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes delivered an unbelievable performance at Sochi to keep their unbeaten record intact. Now they face the same challenge at Suzuka, the fast “S” shape circuit. They’ve not been beaten at Suzuka since 2014 but the team knows it will not be easy this time. Charles Leclerc is in some kind of super form when its comes to qualifying. He has taken all the pole positions after the summer break. The Ferrari was well on course of producing a 1-2 at Sochi, however, the misunderstanding between Vettel and Leclerc took the race away from them. Now F1 action moves to Japan this weekend, Sportsfeista brings you complete details of Formula 1 Japanese GP 2019 Live Stream, Schedule & Live Telecast Info of Japanese Grand Prix.
Ferrari just got some imperious speed at the straight they are almost uncatchable on the straight. They just need to keep their strategies right and it will be very difficult for Mercedes to keep their unbeaten record intact. At Sochi, they took advantage of the opportunity presented by Ferrari. The two drivers were not on the same page during the Russian GP. And when you competing against someone like Hamilton, there is no room for error, he just needs that micro-opening to make you repent. And did exactly that at Sochi to register his first win after the summer break and kept the unbeaten record of the team intact.
F1 Japnese GP 2019 Live Stream Information.
Formula Japnese GP 2019 will live stream at F1 TV worldwide, Hotstar in India, In Asia it will be Fox+. In the UK the live streaming will be available at All 4 & Sky Sports. In United Stated the live streaming will be available at Watch ESPN & Univision Now. For fans in the Middle East, the live stream will be on beIN Sports Connect. Australian fans will watch the live stream on Fox Sports Australia and Tenplay. Germany TV Now, China Tencent Sports, Canada TSN App, RDS App, Japan & DAZN.
F1 Japnese GP 2019 Live Telecast Information.
Formula 1 Japnese GP 2019 Live telecast information is here. F1 fans in India will get see thrilling action live at Star Sports Network, Fox Sports Asia in Asia. Australian fans will get to see the race live at Fox Sports Australia and Network Ten. For Canadian fans F1 action will be brought live by RDS & TSN, US fans will get to see it ABC, ESPN & Univision. For the fans in the UKSky Sports, Channel 4 and will bring the live coverage.
In the Middle East & North Africa, the telecast will be on beIN sports. Live telecast will be available on Fuji TV & DAZ, in Russia Match TV & Match Arena, Sky Sports in New Zealand, Netherlands Ziggo Sport Total, Ziggo Sport Go, Ziggo Sport, in Poland Eleven Sports. In Italy Sky Sports F1, TV 18 & RAI, Spain Movistar F1, In France Canal+, Canal+ Sport, TF1, TMC, fans in Germany will enjoy the live telecast of F1 on n-tv& RTL
F1 Japnese GP 2019 Schedule 11 October to 13 October
Japnese GP Schedule for Friday, October 11, 2019
Practice Race 1 10:00 to 11:30
Practice Race 2 14:00 to 15:30
Japnese GP Schedule for Saturday, October 12, 2019
Practice Race 3 12:00 to 13:00
Japnese GP Qualifying Race Schedule Sunday, October 13, 2019
Qualifying Race 10:00 to 11:00
Japnese GP Schedule for Sunday, October 13, 2019
Final Race 14:10 to 16:10
Suzuka International Racing Course
The Suzuka International Circuit famous for it’s “S” curves is one the fastest and the challenging race track on F1 calendar.
- The first race was held in the year 1987
- Circuit length is 5.807 km
- Total number of laps 53
- The race distance is 307.471 km
- Lap record 1:31.540 Kimi Räikkönen (2005)
2018 winner Lewis Hamilton
- Mercedes yet to be defeated at Suzuka Since 2014
- Hamilton is just 1 win away from equalling Michael Schumerc 6 wins record at Japnese GP
F1 Tyre Choice By Drivers’ For Japnese GP 2019
Hamilton and Bottas have gone with 1 set of Hard and 4 sets of Medium and 8 sets of soft compound tyres
Both Vettel and Leclerc have gone with 1 set of Hard and 3 sets of Medium and 9 sets of soft compound tyres
Team Redbull Racing
Both Verstappen and Albon have gone with 1 set of Hard and 3 sets of Medium and 9 sets of soft compound tyres