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Here are the details of Sky and Channel 4’s coverage of the 2018 Japanese Grand Prix in the UK. Viewers in some other regions can also watch all sessions live on F1 TV Pro:
Friday 5th – Sunday 7th October 2018
|Session||Channel||Coverage starts||Session starts||Session ends|
|Friday||Japanese Grand Prix first practice live||Channel 4||01:55||02:00||03:30|
|Friday||Japanese Grand Prix first practice live||Sky Sports F1||01:45||02:00||03:30|
|Friday||Japanese Grand Prix second practice live||Channel 4||05:55||06:00||07:30|
|Friday||Japanese Grand Prix second practice live||Sky Sports F1||05:45||06:00||07:30|
|Saturday||Japanese Grand Prix third practice live||Channel 4||03:45||04:00||05:00|
|Saturday||Japanese Grand Prix third practice live||Sky Sports F1||03:45||04:00||05:00|
|Saturday||Japanese Grand Prix qualifying live||Channel 4||06:00||07:00|
|Saturday||Japanese Grand Prix qualifying live||Sky Sports F1||06:00||07:00|
|Sunday||Japanese Grand Prix live||Channel 4||05:00||06:10|
|Sunday||Japanese Grand Prix live||Sky Sports F1||04:30||06:10|
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