Formula 1 starts the new season today with the first race. Here you can find out how you can follow the Grand Prix live on TV, live stream and live ticker.
Formula 1, Bahrain GP: time, date, place
The first Grand Prix on the 2021 racing calendar is the Bahrain Grand Prix. This is driven on the Bahrain International Circuit. The route is 5.412 kilometers long. 15 corners have to be taken to complete a lap.
The race will take place on Sunday, March 28th, 2021. It should start in the afternoon: The starting gun should be given in the desert state at 5 p.m.
Formula 1, Bahrain GP: Race today live on TV and live stream
You want the Bahrain Grand Prix live RTL follow? Unfortunately we have bad news for you: That won’t be possible. RTL shows only four races live on free TV this season. The Bahnrain Grand Prix is not one of these four races.
The race can be seen live Sky. The pay TV broadcaster shows all competitions this season live and in full, including free practice sessions and qualifying Sky live there.
You can see these transmissions on the new channel Sky Sport F1 (HD) as well as on Sky Sport UHD. The following team accompanies the races on the microphone:
- Commentator: Sascha Roos
- Expert: Ralf Schumacher
- Expert: Timo Glock
The Austrian broadcaster offers you another possibility to follow the race in Bahrain live ServusTV. The Austrians are also present at the race and report live. You can ServusTV also received in Germany – both via cable and satellite. Also offers ServusTV also a free livestream of the race.
Formula 1, Bahrain GP: Race today in the live ticker
Of course, you can also follow all events on the Bahrain International Circuit in the live ticker. SPOX accompanies all Grand Prix live and reports on all free practice sessions, qualifying and of course the race.
You can find our live ticker of the race in Bahrain here.
Formula 1: Schumacher and Vettel in focus
Formula 1 offers plenty of storylines again this season. Two Germans take center stage: Sebastian Vettel drives for Aston Martin in 2021. Can the ex-world champion compete for the top places with his new team?
Mick Schumacher is also making his Formula 1 debut. Michael Schumacher’s son takes to the track in the Haas.
Also interesting: will Lewis Hamilton remain so dominant? Will Ferrari find its way back to old strength? And how does Fernando Alonso present himself on his comeback
Formula 1: All teams and drivers at a glance
|Team||Driver 1||Driver 2|
|Mercedes||Lewis Hamilton||Valtteri Bottas|
|Red Bull||Max Verstappen||Sergio Perez|
|McLaren||Daniel Ricciardo||Lando Norris|
|Aston Martin||Sebastian Vettel||Lance Stroll|
|Alpine||Fernando Alonso||Esteban Ocon|
|Ferrari||Charles Leclerc||Carlos Sainz|
|AlphaTauri||Pierre Gasly||Yuki Tsunoda|
|Alfa Romeo||Kimi Raikkonen||Antonio Giovinazzi|
|Haas||Mick Schumacher||Nikita mazepin|
|Williams||George Russell||Nicholas latifi|