How to watch F1’s Canadian Grand Prix live on Sky Sports

Sky Sports F1 is the only place to watch the Canadian GP live on June 8-10 as what is turning into an unpredictable season begins its busy summer months.

It’s the first of four races in five weeks with Montreal’s fast and frenzied Circuit Gilles Villeneuve the host of round seven of a campaign in which Lewis Hamilton, Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo have each claimed two victories so far.

And, for UK viewers, it’s the first of the season’s evening start times:

  • Qualifying begins at 7pm on Saturday June 9, with build-up from 6pm
  • The Race starts at 7.10pm on Sunday June 10, with build-up from 5.30pm

I’m a subscriber: How and where can I watch F1 on Sky?

TV: Sky Channel 406 is the home of Sky Sports F1 throughout the 2018 season and features live coverage of every practice, qualifying and race.

Sky Go: Subscribers can watch the action wherever they are as it happens. Sign in to Sky Go to watch on your desktop computer or laptop or download the app.

Race Control: On the Red Button and the Sky Sports iPad app, take control of what you watch thanks to multiple driver cams, the pitlane channel, driver tracker and an up-to-date timing page.

Ultra HD: Sky Q customers with a 2TB box and Multiscreen package can watch the F1 track action in incredible Ultra HD – the only place in the UK and Ireland you can do so. Upgrade your package via the Sky Shop.

On Demand: If you miss the live action, or want to watch again, catch up via the Formula 1 tab in the Sky Sports section of On Demand on connected boxes.

On TV, Online, On Demand and on the go… all the ways you can watch every Formula 1 race weekend on Sky Sports F1 this year

I’m not a subscriber: Can I still watch Sky F1?

Yes you can!

NOW TV: Watch the race from £7.99 – with no contract required. The NOW TV app is available on more than 60 devices, including TV, mobile phones, and games consoles, and you can register up to four of them.

Want to become a Sky Sports subscriber? Find out more here

Anything else I should know?

Don’t forget to follow the race weekend on Digital with Sky F1!

The Sky Sports website and mobile app, along with our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram feeds, bring you all the latest news, insight, pictures and video from every race weekend, with all track sessions covered in our live blog.

Sky F1’s Canadian GP schedule

Wednesday June 6
8.30pm: F1 Report: Canadian GP Preview

Thursday June 7
4pm: Drivers’ Press Conference LIVE!

Friday June 8
2.45pm: Practice One build-up LIVE!
3pm: Practice One LIVE!
6.45pm: Practice Two build-up LIVE!
7pm: Practice Two LIVE!

Saturday June 9
3.45pm: Practice Three build-up LIVE
4pm: Practice Three LIVE!
6pm: Qualifying build-up LIVE!
8.45pm: The F1 Show LIVE!

Sunday June 10
5.30pm: Canadian GP Pit Lane LIVE!
6.30pm: Canadian GP On The Grid LIVE
9.30pm: Canadian GP Paddock LIVE!

Sky Sports F1 is the only place to watch every Formula 1 Grand Prix, qualifying and practice session live in 2018. Get Sky Sports F1.