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ESPN's TV schedule for the 2020 F1 season

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Carlos Sainz Jr. or Snr? Hot laps with Lando Norris (1:34)

Lando Norris takes on quick-fire questions during a hot lap. Watch the U.S. Grand Prix on ESPN2. (1:34)

ESPN is the exclusive home of Formula One in the U.S., having extended its TV deal until the 2022 season.

After a four-month delay caused by the global coronavirus pandemic, F1 is ready to start the season. At present it has an eight-race calendar, but it hopes to increase that to a championship of 15-18 events.

Here are the TV times for every session (all times Eastern):

Formula One 70th Anniversary Grand Prix

August 7-9, Silverstone

Formula One

Friday, August 7 - Practice One - 5.55AM - ESPN2
Friday, August 7 - Practice Two - 9.55AM - ESPN2

Saturday, August 8 - Practice Three - 6.55AM - ESPN
Saturday, August 8 - Qualifying - 8.55AM - ESPN

Sunday, August 9 - 'Grand Prix Sunday' - 8.00AM - ESPN
Sunday, August 9 - Formula One 70th Anniversary Grand Prix - 9.05AM

Spanish Grand Prix

August 14-16, Circuit de Catalunya

Friday, August 14 - Practice One - 4.55AM - ESPN2
Friday, August 14 - Practice Two - 8.55AM - ESPN2

Saturday, August 15 - Practice Three - 5.55AM - ESPN
Saturday, August 15 - Qualifying - 8.55AM - ESPN

Sunday, August 16 - Sunday Social - 7.00AM - ESPN
Sunday, August 16 - Grand Prix Sunday - 8.00AM - ESPN
Sunday, August 16 - Spanish Grand Prix - 9.05AM - ESPN


The rest of the calendar as it stands:

Aug. 28-30: Belgian Grand Prix, Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium

Sept. 4-6: Italian Grand Prix, Monza, Italy

Sept. 11-13: Grand Prix of Tuscany, Mugello, Italy

Sept 25-27: Russian Grand Prix, Sochi, Russia

Oct. 9-11: Eifel Grand Prix, Nurburgring, Germany

Oct. 23-25: Portuguese Grand Prix, Portimao, Portugal

Oct. 31-Nov. 1: Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, Imola, Italy