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German Grand Prix 2018 Live
Date:July 20th – 22nd,Le Castellet
Live/Replay:Live Stream Online TV
Formula One returns to one of its most notorious race-tracks this weekend for the German Grand Prix.One week after a triumphant win in Hungary, Lewis Hamilton will be looking to continue his rich vein of recent form to extend his lead in the F1 World Championship.
However his team-mate Nico Rosberg is keen to strike back in his home race at the Hockenheimring and retain the lead he lost in Budapest last week.Behind them, both Red Bull and Ferrari want to push the Mercedes cars as much as possible and make up ground in the championship, but will they find any chinks in the armour in Germany?
The race promises to be another classic, and if you want to tune in on your phone, tablet or PC, here’s how to watch all the action.
HOW TOWATCH THE GERMAN GRAND PRIX
This weekend, Sky Sports F1 is showing exclusive live coverage of the German Grand Prix.The race starts at 1pm and if you’re not near a TV you can also catch all the action online via the Sky Go app, with Sky Sports News also showing German Grand Prix content throughout the entire day.Sky Go is available on a number of platforms including Apple’s iPhone, iPad, Android devices, Playstation 3, PS4 and Xbox One.
If you’re lucky enough to have Sky Q you’ll also get access to a full interactive F1 experience via the red button.
This brings features including live in-car footage, timing screens and full track guide.Channel 4 also has full highlights of the weekend’s action, with race highlights starting at 6pm, and available to watch again on the 4OD app later.
If you are planning to stream the German Grand Prix on your smartphone it’s worth noting that it will eat through your data package.90 minutes of action uses around 1GB of data so, unless you have unlimited 4G, you might want to find a wifi hotspot.If you’ve missed the race live, don’t forget you can catch up on the action via both Sky and Channel 4’s on demand services.Subcribe Now