When the 2018 Formulation 1 season kicks off, American viewers might want to perform a little channel browsing in the event that they wish to watch among the world’s finest drivers compete within the globe’s highest-profile racing sequence.
On Wednesday, ABC and ESPN introduced that they are going to have unique broadcasting rights for subsequent yr’s Formulation 1 season, which begins on March 25 with the Australian Grand Prix. The races will air reside on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2, with sure races, just like the Monaco Grand Prix on Might 27, getting a replay later within the day.
As Autoweek factors out, F1’s reputation within the US is on the rise. From 2013 to 2017, common viewership for the races on NBC grew from 187,000 viewers to 440,000.
F1’s 2018 schedule: DateTimeEventNetworkMarch 2512:55 a.m.Australian Grand PrixESPN2April 81:55 a.m.Chinese language Grand PrixESPN2April 1510:55 a.m.Bahrain Grand PrixESPN2April 298:55 a.m.Azerbaijan Grand PrixESPN2May 137:55 a.m.Spanish Grand PrixESPN2May 277:55 a.m.Monaco Grand PrixESPN3:30 p.m.Monaco Grand PrixABC *June 101:55 p.m.Canadian Grand PrixESPNJune 247:55 a.m.French Grand PrixESPN2July 17:55 a.m.Austrian Grand PrixESPN2July 87:55 a.m.British Grand PrixESPNJuly 227:55 a.m.German Grand PrixESPN2July 297:55 a.m.Hungarian Grand PrixESPN2Aug. 267:55 a.m.Belgian Grand PrixESPN2Sept. 27:55 a.m.Italian Grand PrixESPN2Sept. 167:55 a.m.Singapore Grand PrixESPN2Sept. 307:55 a.m.Russian Grand PrixESPN2Oct. 712:55 a.m.Japanese Grand PrixESPN2Oct. 212:55 p.m.United States Grand PrixABCOct. 282:55 p.m.Mexican Grand PrixABCNov. 1110:55 a.m.Brazilian Grand PrixESPN2Nov. 257:55 a.m.Abu Dhabi Grand PrixESPN2