Formula 1 embarks on a double-header at the Red Bull Ring.

Following the cancellation of the Turkish Grand Prix, F1 decided to have back-to-back races in Austria once again.

First up is the Styrian Grand Prix.

The second race in Austria will be known as the Austrian Grand Prix.

Pirelli is bringing the C2-C3-C4 tyres to the first race, while it will go one step softer for the Austrian GP. 

Going into this weekend, Max Verstappen has a 12-point lead at the top of the drivers’ championship over Lewis Hamilton following his third victory of the season at the Circuit Paul Ricard last time out.

Red Bull extended its lead over Mercedes in the constructors’ championship to 37 points.

When is the Styrian Grand Prix?

The 2021 Styrian Grand Prix takes place on Sunday, June 27. Cars will take to the track on Friday for practice, with FP3 and qualifying taking place on the Saturday.

Where is the Styrian Grand Prix taking place? 

The 2021 Styrian Grand Prix is held at the Red Bull Ring.

The circuit is 4.326km (2.688 mi) and consists of 10 corners.

Where can I watch the Styrian Grand Prix?

All 23 races this season are being shown exclusively live on Sky Sports F1, while extended highlights will be shown on Channel 4 later in the evening.

All times are BST (British Summer Time - UK Time)


LIVE F1 PRACTICE 1 - (Sky Sports F1) - 1000

LIVE F1 PRACTICE 2 - (Sky Sports F1) - 1345


LIVE F1 PRACTICE 3 - (Sky Sports F1) - 1045

LIVE F1 QUALIFYING - (Sky Sports F1) - 1300

F1 QUALIFYING HIGHLIGHTS - (Channel 4) - 1830


LIVE F1 STYRIAN GRAND PRIX - Grand Prix Sunday (Sky Sports F1) - 1230

LIVE F1 STYRIAN GRAND PRIX - Race (Sky Sports F1) - 1400

LIVE F1 STYRIAN GRAND PRIX - Chequered Flag (Sky Sports F1) - 1600


How else can I follow the Styrian Grand Prix? 

Besides TV coverage, will be providing live text commentary of every practice, qualifying and race session in 2021.

Follow @CRASH_NET_F1 for the latest F1 news, analysis and paddock reaction.

Recent Styrian/Austrian GP winners

2020 (Styria) - Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) 

2020 (Austria) - Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)

2019 - Max Verstappen (Red Bull)

2018 - Max Verstappen (Red Bull)

2017 - Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)

2016 - Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)

2015 - Nico Rosberg (Mercedes)

2014 - Nico Rosberg (Mercedes)

Remainder of the 2021 F1 Calendar

Styrian Grand Prix - June 27

Austrian Grand Prix - July 4

British Grand Prix - July 18

Hungarian Grand Prix - August 1

Belgian Grand Prix - August 29

Dutch Grand Prix - September 5

Italian Grand Prix - September 12

Russian Grand Prix - September 26

Japanese Grand Prix - October 10

United States Grand Prix - October 24

Mexican Grand Prix - October 31

Brazilian Grand Prix - November 7

Australian Grand Prix - November 21

Saudi Arabian Grand Prix - December 5

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix - December 12