F1 German GP 2019 Schedule, How To Watch & Live Stream

F1 German GP 2019 Schedule, How To Watch & Live Stream. Home Race for Sebastian Vettel and Nico Hulkenberg. Can Vettel Win The Home Race for Ferrari Amid Mercedes Dominance?

After forgetful British GP, Sebastian Vettel the home hero for German GP would like to redeem himself.  Sebastian Vettel finished British GP at the 16th place which further dented his hopes of challenging the defending champion Lewis Hamilton. The home hero would like to redeem himself this race weekend, last year he seemed to be in complete control before he made an unforced error and Hamilton cashed on it and went on to win. This year task will not be easy to Vettel as Mercedes is already dominating and they got the better car so far they have lost only 1 race this year. Lewis Hamilton is on a roll for Silver Arrows he has won 7 races this season out 10 races held. It will be interesting to see how the Pancing Horse plan to challenge silver arrows.

Ferrari last won German GP in 2012 and after that it is all Mercedes as they won 2014, 2016 and 2018 edition of German GP. Last two German GPs were won by defending champion Lewis Hamilton. Sebastian Vettel has won German GP only once when he was driving for Red Bull Racing, however, that win came on Nürburgring GP-Strecke circuit. Vettel yet win at Hockenheimring and yet to win for Ferrari.

F1 German GP 2019 Live Stream Information.

Formula German 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 German GP 2019 Live Telecast Information.

Formula 1 German 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

German GP 2019 Schedule July 26, 2019 – July 28, 2019

German GP 2019 Schedule for Friday, July 26, 2019

  1. Practice 1          Fri 11:00 – 12:30
  2. Practice 2        Fri 15:00 – 16:30

German GP 2018 Schedule for Saturday, July 27 2019

  • Practice 3 Sat 12:00 – 13:00
  • Qualifying  Sat 15:00 – 16:00

German GP 2019 Schedule for Sunday, July 28, 2019

  • Race Sun 15:10 – 17:10

All timings are given in German local time which 2 hours ahead of GMT, means GMT+2.

The Final Race timings of German GP

For Indian viewers

German GP 2019 Final Race will telecast 18:40 to 20:40 IST

For UK viewers

German GP 2019 Final Race will telecast 14:10 to 16:10 BST

For USA & Canada viewers

German GP 2019 Final Race will telecast 9:00 to 11:30 EDT

German GP 2019 Hockenheim Circuit

  • First Grand Prix held at this circuit was in 1970
  • The Circuit length is 4.574 km
  • Total number of laps 67
  • Distance covered by drivers 306.458
  • Lap record 1:13.780 held by Kimi Raikkonen in (2004)
  • The last race was held in 2018
  • 2018 winner was Lewis Hamilton
  • Valtteri Bottas and Kimi Raikkonen took 2nd & 3rd position respectively

Check Formula 1 British GP 2019 Highlights

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