F1 Dutch Grand Prix (GP) 2023 schedule, dates, timetable, IST timings, live streaming telecast in India

F1 Dutch Grand Prix (GP) 2023 schedule, dates, timetable, IST timings, live streaming telecast in India

Here is all you need to know about Dutch Grand Prix, when and where to watch the F1 series, find out the live stream, tv channels and more in 2023 along with the GP India IST timings

The entire motorsports industry is relieved that the 2023 Dutch Grand Prix is finally just one week away. For devoted F1 fans, this month has surely been depressing because of the prolonged summer break.

F1 Dutch Grand Prix (GP) 2023 schedule, dates, timetable, IST timings, live streaming telecast in India where to watch

But the wait is almost over, as Zandvoort is getting ready to host 20 of the most renowned drivers in the world for an incredible weekend of wheel-to-wheel racing.

The two-time world champion and national hero of the Netherlands, Max Verstappen, will undoubtedly be the centre of attention. As a result, one should expect huge celebrations from Dutch fans, along with the customary Orange smoke that will probably cover the entire circuit. Verstappen could only cruise to yet another victory with the help of a potent Red Bull challenger and the cries of ardent supporters.

But in truth, there can be more detours ahead of us that could prevent the defending champion from extending his sway. If history has taught us anything, it’s that summer vacations have a proven track record of upending the entire grid and rewriting the course of a season’s second half.


In view of what should be an exciting and entertaining racing weekend, here is all you need to know about the 2023 Dutch Grand Prix.

Dutch Grand Prix 2023 schedule

Similar to the racing weekends that just ended in Austria, Spain, Monaco, and Belgium, the schedule for the forthcoming race weekend in the Netherlands will follow the same pattern. In addition, without the sprint races, F1 will continue to run on its regular schedule, with FP1 and FP2 on Friday, FP3 and qualifying on Saturday, and the main race on Sunday.


F1 event timings

  • First Practice Session  – 6:30 AM to 7:30 AM on Friday
  • Second Practice Session – 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM on Friday
  • Third Practice Session – 5:30 AM to 6:30 AM on Saturday
  • Qualifying Session – 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM on Saturday
  • Main Race – 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM on Sunday

Dutch Grand Prix 2023 live streaming and broadcasting details: When and where to watch the F1 race at Zandvoort?

ESPN, the main provider of Formula 1 coverage in the Eastern continent, is where Americans can watch the Dutch Grand Prix. F1 TV offers a far more advantageous and easier alternative.

Currently, the official F1 channel is accessible in a number of nations, including the UK, Australia, India, Canada, and more.


Canadian fans may watch the race on RTL, and viewers in a select European countries, including as the UK, Germany, and Italy, can watch it on Sky. Last but not least, for local Dutch fans, Viaplay will stream the Dutch Grand Prix.