How to watch the F1 Bahrain Grand Prix on ESPN, ESPN+
This weekend in Bahrain starts a new season of Formula 1 racing. Sportzshala is excited to bring new content and enhanced viewing experiences to American F1 fans throughout the season across multiple platforms.
When is the Gulf Air Grand Prix in Bahrain? How can I watch?
The Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix will air Sunday, March 5 at 9:55 AM ET on Sportzshala and broadcast on Sportzshala+. The first edition of the 2023 Sportzshala Post-Race Show airs at noon ET Sunday on Sportzshala3, on the Sportzshala app. Sportzshala Twitter, Sportzshala Facebook And Sportzshala YouTube. Sportzshala Sports will continue to be F1’s exclusive Spanish-language television channel in the United States.
What other races can I watch on Sportzshala this year?
Sportzshala platforms will broadcast all 23 championship races, with 18 of the 23 broadcast on ABC or Sportzshala. The other five will air on Sportzshala2. Click Here for the full 2023 F1 schedule on Sportzshala platforms.
What new elements can I expect from the 2023 F1 season?
The Monaco Grand Prix will be broadcast on ABC for the first time.
Thirteen races will air on Sportzshala, the most ever.
For the first time ever, a Formula 1 season will feature three races in the US, with the first Heineken Silver Grand Prix in Las Vegas in November.
What makes Sportzshala F1 coverage special?
All racing television broadcasts will continue the commercial-free presentation that has been used for the past five seasons, a format that has become very popular with viewers.
How can I access more F1 broadcasts from Sportzshala?
Sportzshala F1 coverage also includes a dedicated site that reports on the championship year-round, with reporters present at every race. Sportzshala F1 reporters also participate in the video podcast program. unimposed, which airs year-round on the Sportzshala YouTube channel. There are also social media links to Sportzshala.com/F1. @SportzshalaF1 on Twitter, @SportzshalaF1 on Instagram And SportzshalaF1 on Facebook.