The 2023 Formula One racing season is speeding along, with expanded viewing options for American F1 fans across a variety of platforms. After Max Verstappen captured his ninth victory of the season in Hungary, the action heads to Spa-Francorchamps Stavelot, Belgium.
When is the Belgian Grand Prix? How can I watch?
The Belgian Grand Prix will air live at 8:55 a.m. ET on Sunday, July 30, on ESPN and ESPN+. Pre-race coverage starts at 7:30 a.m. ET with Grand Prix Sunday on ESPN & ESPN+. Spanish coverage begins at 8 a.m. ET on ESPN Deportes and ESPN+.
What other races can I catch on ESPN this year?
ESPN platforms will air all 23 races in the championship, with 18 of the 23 airing on ABC or ESPN. The other five will air on ESPN2. Check out the full 2023 F1 schedule on ESPN platforms for more information.
What new elements can I expect throughout the rest of the 2023 F1 season?
Thirteen races will air on ESPN, which is the most ever. For the first time in history, the F1 season will include three races in the U.S., with the inaugural Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix running in November.
How can I access more F1 coverage from ESPN?
ESPN’s F1 coverage also includes a dedicated site that reports on the championship year-round, with reporters on site at every race. ESPN’s F1 reporters also contribute to the video podcast program “Unlapped,” which appears year-round on the ESPN YouTube channel. Also connected with the ESPN.com/F1 website are social handles @ESPNF1 on Twitter, @ESPNF1 on Instagram and ESPNF1 on Facebook. To stream races, interviews and more, check out the ESPN F1 video hub page.