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F1 Japanese Grand Prix 2023: Start time, stream, TV channel, full schedule as Verstappen looks to get back on track

, F1 Japanese Grand Prix 2023: Start time, stream, TV channel, full schedule as Verstappen looks to get back on track

Last weekend, Max Verstappen's winning streak came to an end at the Singapore GP, but he still maintains a comfortable lead over his Red Bull teammate. Lewis Hamilton, on the other hand, will be hoping to regain his winning form at the upcoming F1 Japanese Grand Prix, a race where he has triumphed five times before.

When is the F1 Japanese Grand Prix 2023?

The F1 Japanese Grand Prix is scheduled to take place on Sunday, September 24. The race will start bright and early at 6am BST. The event will be held at Suzuka Circuit in Japan, which can accommodate a staggering 155,000 fans. Last year, it was Verstappen who emerged victorious in the Japanese edition.

What TV channel is the F1 Japanese Grand Prix 2023 on and can it be live streamed?

For UK viewers, the Japanese Grand Prix will be broadcast live on Sky Sports F1. Subscribers to Sky Sports can stream the entire race on the Sky Go app or Sky Sports website. NOW TV users can also catch the action on their mobile devices and tablets. Alternatively, fans can get lap-by-lap coverage of the race, including podium reactions, on .

Full schedule

Mark your calendars with the following schedule:

, F1 Japanese Grand Prix 2023: Start time, stream, TV channel, full schedule as Verstappen looks to get back on track

Friday, September 22

  • Practice One – 3:30am BST
  • Practice Two – 7am BST

Saturday, September 23

  • Practice Three – 3:30am BST
  • Qualifying – 7am BST

Sunday, September 24

  • Grand Prix – 6am BST

Make sure to set your alarms!

Driver standings

Stay up to date with the current F1 Driver standings:

1. Max Verstappen / Red Bull Racing / 374

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2. Sergio Perez / Red Bull Racing / 223

3. Lewis Hamilton / Mercedes / 180

4. Fernando Alonso / Aston Martin / 170

5. Carlos Sainz / Ferrari / 142

6. Charles Leclerc / Ferrari / 123

7. George Russell / Mercedes / 109

8. Lando Norris / McLaren / 97

9. Lance Stroll / Aston Martin / 47

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10. Pierre Gasly / Alpine / 45

11. Oscar Piastri / McLaren / 42

12. Esteban Ocon / Alpine / 36

13. Alexander Albon / Williams / 21

14. Nico Hulkenberg / Haas / 9

15. Valtteri Bottas / Alfa Romeo / 6

16. Zhou Guanyu / Alfa Romeo / 4

17. Yuki Tsounda / Alphatauri / 3

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18. Kevin Magnussen / Haas / 3

19. Liam Lawson / Alpha Tauri / 2

20. Logan Sargeant / Williams / 0

21. Nyck De Vries / Alphatauri / 0

22. Daniel Ricciardo / Alphatauri / 0

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