Formula 1 returns to action with the iconic Belgian Grand Prix as Sebastian Vettel looks to defend his 14-point lead in the world championship against Lewis Hamilton.

F1 is preparing for a sprint to a dramatic climax to the 2017 campaign with nine races in 14 weeks starting at Spa-Francorchamps this weekend.

The 2017 Belgian Grand Prix is being shown LIVE on Sky Sports F1 and Channel 4 (UK only).

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Where can I watch it? (All times stated BST)

Friday 25th August:

LIVE Channel 4 F1 Belgian GP FP1 – 08:55

LIVE Sky Sports F1 Belgian GP FP1 – 09:00

LIVE Channel 4 F1 Belgian GP FP2 – 08:55

LIVE Sky Sports F1 Belgian GP FP2 – 13:00

Saturday 26th August:

LIVE Channel 4 F1 Belgian GP FP3 – 09:55

LIVE Sky Sports F1 Belgian GP FP3 – 10:00
LIVE Sky Sports F1 Belgian GP Qualifying – 11:55

LIVE Channel 4 F1 Belgian GP Qualifying - 13:00

Sunday 27th August:

LIVE Sky Sports F1 Belgian GP Track Parade - 12:00
LIVE Channel 4 Belgian GP Race Build-up – 12:00

LIVE Channel 4 Belgian GP Race – 12:35

LIVE Sky Sports F1 Belgian GP Race - 13:00
 

WHERE CAN I WATCH F1 IN 2017?

ALL F1 races, qualifying and practice sessions will be shown LIVE on Sky Sports F1 in the UK, with Channel 4 dual-broadcasting a selection of races LIVE on terrestrial television.

26 March Australian Grand Prix

9 April Chinese Grand Prix

16 April Bahrain Grand Prix

30 April Russian Grand Prix

14 May Spanish Grand Prix

28 May Monaco Grand Prix

11 June Canadian Grand Prix

25 June Azerbaijan Grand Prix

9 July Austrian Grand Prix

16 July British Grand Prix

30 July Hungarian Grand Prix

27 August Belgian Grand Prix (LIVE on Channel 4 too)

3 September Italian Grand Prix

17 September Singapore Grand Prix (LIVE on Channel 4 too)

1 October Malaysian Grand Prix (LIVE on Channel 4 too)

8 October Japanese Grand Prix

22 October United States Grand Prix

29 October Mexican Grand Prix (LIVE on Channel 4 too)

12 November Brazilian Grand Prix

26 November Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (LIVE on Channel 4 too)

Previous Hungarian GP race winners:

2016: Nico Rosberg
2015: Lewis Hamilton
2014: Daniel Ricciardo
2013: Sebastian Vettel
2012: Jenson Button