The same track that saw him climb to the top of the podium a year ago could mean breaking Max Verstappen’s run of ten straight wins in 2023. This Sunday the Singapore Grand Prix takes place and aboard his RB19 Checo Pérez will attempt to make history again, so you should know where to watch Formula 1 this weekend.
The Mexican, who is currently second in the Formula 1 Drivers’ World Championship, has admitted that it is virtually impossible to catch his Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen and is thinking of taking the title from him, but Pérez Mendoza has that made clear He is taking advantage of all opportunities and possible triumphs as the calendar progresses.
Singapore Grand Prix schedule
The fifteenth race of the year at the Marina Bay Urban Circuit will take place early in the morning for Latin America, as it will take place on Sunday, September 17, at 06:00 a.m. Central Mexico time, although there will be activities with free rehearsals starting on Friday and on Saturday with the qualification.
WHERE can you watch the Singapore Formula 1 GP live?
Enjoy the unparalleled experience of watching Formula 1 without commercial breaks with the FOX Sports Premium signal, broadcasting the 2023 Singapore Grand Prix live and exclusively. Please see below for more details on the dates and times of all planned activities.
- Practice 1 – Friday, September 15th – 3:25pm MX – FOX Sports – FOX Sports 3 – FOX Sports Premium
- Practice 2 – Friday, September 15th – 6:50am MX – FOX Sports – FOX Sports 3 – FOX Sports Premium
- Practice 3 – Saturday September 16th – 3:25pm MX – FOX Sports – FOX Sports 3 – FOX Sports Premium
- Qualifying – Saturday September 16th – 6:30am MX – FOX Sports – FOX Sports 3 – FOX Sports Premium
- Singapore GP Race – Sunday September 17th – 6:00am MX – FOX Sports Premium