How to watch Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix live and free
The new-look F1 season continues with the Hungarian GP at the Hungaroring. This is how to watch the race and qualifying live.
Two races into the rescheduled Formula 1 campaign, Mercedes have taken their customary place atop the standings. Following a first and a second so far, Valtteri Bottas leads the way with 43 points, 6 ahead of reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton.
McLaren's Lando Norris is a surprise in third place ahead of Ferrari's Charles Leclerc, while Daniel Ricciardo picked up his first points with an eighth place in Austria last week. Who will lead the way in Hungary?
When is the Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix?
As usual this season, the grand prix is being held from Friday to Sunday. It starts with the first practice session at 7pm AEST on Friday 17 July. Qualifying is then from 11pm on Saturday 18 July, with the race commencing at 11:10pm AEST on Sunday 19 July.
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How to watch Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix
There are now 10 races on the new F1 schedule and organisers are hoping to add more in the coming days. Regardless of the final number, all of them will be live on Kayo Sports, Foxtel and Foxtel Now. For a full analysis of your viewing options, check out our F1 guide. We also have a rundown of this season's F1 calendar, teams and drivers.
How to watch the F1 Hungary qualifying
Thankfully, the qualifying - and the practice sessions - can all be found live and on demand via Kayo Sports, Foxtel and Foxtel Now. So, there is no need to sign up for a different service. Qualifying begins at 11pm AEST on 18 July.
Stream Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix on Kayo Sports
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Can I watch Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix on free-to-air?
No. Channel 10 will be showing a one-hour highlight program on Monday night for five of this year's races. They will be shown on 10 Bold and 10 play. There is no live race coverage on free-to-air TV in 2020.
Who will win Hungarian Formula 1 Grand Prix?
Two races into the season and the standings are starting to take shape. Lewis Hamilton has won this race a record seven times, including the last two. Coming off his victory last week, we'll take the easy option and tip him to make it a hat-trick in Hungary.
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