What time does the Turkish Grand Prix start? TV channel, live stream – How to watch the F1

Lance Stroll claimed an astonishing first F1 pole position on Saturday in a crazy weather-hit Turkish Grand Prix qualifying. While Racing Point driver celebrated wildly over the team radio, six-time world champion Lewis Hamilton qualified only sixth for a race likely to crown him world champion for a record-equalling seventh time.

Hamilton’s Mercedes team-mate and sole title rival Valtteri Bottas will line up ninth.

The Silver Arrows, whose pole run extended back to the 2019 season-ender in Abu Dhabi, never looked in contention on a track returning for the first time since 2011 but made slippery by rain and newly-laid asphalt.

Stroll, who has come back from missing a race and testing positive for COVID-19, stepped up when it mattered as Racing Point timed the switch from wet to intermediate tyres to perfection.

“I can’t put it into words right now. I’m shocked. I didn’t expect to be here,” said Stroll.

“I had the confidence in the car and I just nailed pretty much every corner. It’s such a nice way to bounce back after a few rough weeks, so it feels really good.

“It’s a special moment for me, one of the biggest highlights of my career.”

Hamilton said: “This whole weekend has been a nightmare on the track.

“The track feels terrible, it is like driving on ice, but for whatever reason some people can get the tyres switched on better than us.

“I am not really sure what to say. We tried our hardest and I did the best I could. That was the fastest I could go.”

What time is the Turkish Grand Prix?

The F1 race will start at 10.10am GMT on Sunday, November 15.

What TV channel is the Turkish Grand Prix on?

Live television coverage from Istanbul Park will be shown on Sky Sports F1.

How to live stream the Turkish Grand Prix?

Existing Sky Sports customers can stream the Turkey spectacle using the Sky Go app.

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Those without a subscription can still buy a Sky Sports pass via NOW TV to watch the F1.

How to watch highlights of the Turkish Grand Prix?

Channel 4 will have highlights of qualifying and the race.

Qualifying highlights will be shown at 4.30pm on Saturday, with race highlights at 4pm on Sunday.

Fans can also see clips of the weekend’s best bits on F1’s official social media accounts.

Turkish Grand Prix starting grid

1 Lance Stroll, Racing Point

2 Max Verstappen, Red Bull

3 Sergio Pérez, Racing Point

4 Alexander Albon, Red Bull

5 Daniel Ricciardo, Renault

6 Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes

7 Esteban Ocon, Renault

8 Kimi Räikkönen, Alfa Romeo

9 Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes

10 Antonio Giovinazzi, Alfa Romeo

11 Lando Norris, McLaren

12 Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari

13 Carlos Sainz, McLaren

14 Charles Leclerc, Ferrari

15 Pierre Gasly, AlphaTauri

16 Kevin Magnussen, Haas

17 Daniil Kvyat, AlphaTauri

18 George Russell, Williams

19 Romain Grosjean, Haas

20 Nicholas Latifi, Williams

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