- Formula 1 starts this weekend at Le Castellet.
- Qualifying takes place on Saturday July 23.
- You can follow this on TV and via the live stream.
In Formula 1, important points will be disputed this week at Le Castellet during the French Grand Prix. The starting grid for the race will be determined during qualifying on Saturday July 23. This can be followed on pay TV on Sky Sport F1 and live on Wow and Servus TV Austria.
Receive options at a glance:
Qualifications at Sky
Sky will show qualifying from 3.30pm on Sky Sport F1 on pay TV – a Sky Q subscription is required for this. Alternatively, you can stream the whole thing via the Wow streaming service (formerly Sky Ticket).
at Wow from 24.99 euros per month*
Qualifications on Servus TV
Sky owns the broadcast rights for Formula 1 in Germany. In Austria, on the other hand, it is with Servus TV and ORF, which alternately broadcast the races on free television. You can follow qualifying for the French Grand Prix this weekend on Servus TV from 3:15 p.m.
The broadcaster is also streaming the qualifier as a free live stream online. However, this is protected against access from abroad by a national lock.
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The country block can be circumvented with a VPN service, but you are moving into a legal gray area.
at Servus TV compatible VPN NordVPN can stream Servus TV*
at Servus TV compatible VPN Cyberghost can stream Servus TV*
We show you how to access the Servus TV stream via VPN using NordVPN’s example in the linked instructions.
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