F1 heads directly to Spa-Francorchamps to put an end to a hectic stretch of four races in five weeks following the Hungarian Grand Prix. The sprint race format, which was last used at the Austrian GP at the beginning of July, will be used for the Belgian Grand Prix, raising the number of points and awards available.

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Verstappen now leads the F1 world championship standings by 110 points over teammate Sergio Perez after a perfect victory in Hungary, which was the Dutch diver’s seventh straight victory and saw Red Bull surpass the record for most consecutive F1 victories with 12.

Lando Norris won back-to-back podiums for the first time in his F1 career, and McLaren will want to keep up its recent run of success.

With another F1 sprint weekend, qualifying for the grand prix will take place on Friday, with the sprint qualifying and race taking place separately on Saturday.

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Friday 28 July 2023 

Qualifying: 11:00 am-12:00 pm ET (8:00 am-9:00 am PT)

Saturday 29 July 2023

Sprint Qualifying: 6:00 am-6:44 am ET (3:00 am- 3:44 am PT)

Sprint Race: 10:30 am-11:30 am ET (7:30 am-8:30 am PT)

Sunday 23 July 2023 

Race: 9:00 am ET (6:00 am PT) 

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How to Watch

Canada – RDS / RDS2 / TSN / Noovo
Latin America – ESPN

Subscribers from specific nations can get F1 TV to watch qualifying on their preferred device. Some regional media outlets, like Sky TV in the UK and Movistar in Spain, also have their own on-demand service.