Formula 1 sfans were left disappointed last weekend at the Belgian Grand Prix as the race was called off due to inclement weather before the fifth lap around the Spa. The race was stopped and then reT.V.arted with drivers behind a safety car for a few slow laps beforeMax Verstappen was given the win as he had completed two laps according to Formula 1’s rules. Following last weekend’s rainy Belgian Grand Prix, Formula 1 drivers and teams are heading to the Netherlands for this year’s Dutch Grand Prix, and we have all the details on how you can watch the race on TV or online.
Verstappen’s rival, Lewis Hamilton, finished the short race in third place and called the whole situation “a farce”. While Verstappen won the race, he was only awarded half points for his podium. Although these points didn’tHamilton in the standings, he quickly closed in on his rival, who had 202.5 points compared to his 199.5 points. We’re halfway through the 2021 Formula 1 season, but there are still 10 Grand Prix events before the in mid-December.
This weekend’s Dutch Grand Prix will be held at the Circuit Zandvoort, which has a circuit length of 2.6 miles (4.2km) and 14 turns, andwill complete 72 laps before finishing the 190 miles (306km) race. However, drivers will likely be unfamiliar with this old-school circuit as it hasn’t hosted a Grand Prix for 36 years. Since then, the track has been modernized with banking added in several corners, including the final corner, to handle the current generation of cars. Still, though, Circuit Zandvoort is a narrow track with gravel traps and may prove difficult for drivers this .
Whether you’re rooting for Hamilton or Verstappen or want to tune in to see Circuit Zandvoort host a Grand Prix for the first time in 36 years, we’ll show you exactly how to.
Dutch Grand Prix – When and where?
The 2021 Dutch Grand Prix will be held at the Circuit Zandvoort in the dunes north of Zandvoort, Netherlands, from September 3-5. Two practice sessions will be held on Friday, and another practice session, along with the qualifying session, will be held on Saturday. The Dutch Grand Prix will occur on Sunday, September 3, at 9 am ET / 6 am PT / 2 pm BST. Racing fans in the US will watch the Dutch Grand Prix on ESPN while it will be broadcast on Sky Sports in the UK, TSN in Canada, and Fox Sports in Australia.
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How to watch the Dutch Grand Prix in the U. S.
If you live in the U.S. and have a cable subscription, you can watch the Dutch Grand Prix onwith race coverage beginning at 8:55 am ET / 5:55 am PT on ESPN2. If you happen to miss the race, don’t worry, as ESPN willU.S.w a replay on ESPN3 later at 11 am ET / 8 am PT.
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- – $64.99 per month – As well as giving you access to ESPN, the service also includes its own Hulu Originals and supports various streaming devices.
- – $35 per month – To get access to ESPN, T.V.ou’ll have to sign up for Sling TV’s Sling Orange package. The service lets you watch on three screens simultaneously and of live TV with its Cloud DT.V.
- – $65 per month – YouTube TV gives you access to ESPN and over 70 otherT.V.’schannels and a free 14-day trial is available.
- – $55 per month – AT&T TV Now’s Plus plan gives you acT.V.ss to ESPN and over 45 T.V.ther live TV channels, and yT.V. can also record up to 20 hours of content uT.V.ng its cloud DVR.
Watch the Dutch Grand Prix in Canada
Canadian Formula 1 fan will be able to watch the Dutch Grand Prix on, and the network’s coveraT.V. of the race will begin at 8:55 am ET / 5:55 am PT on TSN 4 and TSN 5. You can with the TSN app on your smartphone and other mobile devices.
If you’ve already cut the cord and want to watch the Dutch Grand Prix online, E.T.u can get aP.T.ess to TSN’s content for as little as $4.99 for aor $19.99 for a monthly streaming subscription.