The second Grand Prix of the Formula One will take place at the Shanghai International Circuit this weekend.
When does the Chinese Grand Prix start?
Racing begins at the Shanghai International Circuit on Friday April 7 and ends with The Grand Prix race is on Sunday April 9.
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What time are the F1 races?
The first F1 practice sessions will begin at 3am BST on Friday April 7, followed by a second practice at 7am BST the same day.
The final practice laps will be on at 5am BST on Saturday April 8 with the qualifying session at 8am BST.
The Grand Prix race will take place on Sunday April 9 at 7am BST.
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How to watch the Grand Prix
The Chinese Grand Prix will be broadcast on Sky Sports F1 at 7am BST on Sunday. Exclusive to Sky Q, the races will be broadcast in Ultra-HD.
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Racing fans without direct access to a TV can watch the action on the Sky Go app on their phones and tablets.
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Sky Sports is broadcasting the Formula One races
Those without a Sky TV subscription can buy a Sky Sports Pass for the NOW TV app.
For more information and pricing check the Sky Sports website.
If you miss out on the race, you can can watch all the highlights on Channel 4 at 2.20pm BST on Sunday.