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F1 Malaysian GP: Where can I watch?

Nico Rosberg will be hunting a fourth straight Formula 1 race win at this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix but can he keep Lewis Hamilton at bay?
Nico Rosberg will be hunting a fourth straight Formula 1 race win at this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix but can he keep Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton behind him as he strives for a maiden F1 world title?

The 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix is being shown LIVE on both Channel 4 and Sky Sports F1 (UK only) with a re-run of the race broadcast by Channel 4 on Sunday evening.

Rosberg will be hunting a maiden win at the Sepang International Circuit to strengthen his place at the top of the F1 drivers' standings but Hamilton, Red Bulls and Ferraris will be eager to battle back with just six races remaining in 2016.

6 things to watch out for at this weekend's Malaysian Grand Prix

Where can I watch it?

Both Channel 4 and Sky Sports F1 will broadcast the full race weekend live starting with Friday free practice including Saturday qualifying and the race on Sunday. (All times stated BST)

Friday 30th September:

BOTH LIVE Sky Sports F1 & Channel 4 Malaysian GP FP1 – 03:00-04:30
BOTH LIVE Sky Sports F1 & Channel 4 Malaysian GP FP2 – 07:00-08:30

Saturday 1st October:

BOTH LIVE Sky Sports F1 & Channel 4 Malaysian GP FP3 – 07:00-08:00
BOTH LIVE Sky Sports F1 & Channel 4 Malaysian GP Qualifying – 10:00-11:00

Sunday 2nd October:
LIVE Sky Sports F1 Malaysian GP Track Parade – 06:30
BOTH LIVE Sky Sports F1 & Channel 4 Malaysian GP Race – 08:00
RE-RUN Channel 4 Malaysian GP Race – 16:50

Previous Malaysian GP race winners

2015: Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari)
2014: Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
2013: Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull-Renault)
2012: Fernando Alonso (Ferrari)
2011: Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull-Renault)
2010: Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull-Renault)

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