FIA Formula One, MotoGP World Championship on FOX Sports

FIA Formula One and MotoGP World Championships are Live on FOX Sports this weekend on Foxtel and Kayo.

Going Live from tonight – Friday, March 26 – at 9.45pm AEDT, fans will be strapped into their driver’s seat at home for a Mega Motorsport Weekend in the Middle East when F1 begins their season in Bahrain while MotoGP ventures to Qatar for back-to-back races.

On four wheels, Australia’s Daniel Ricciardo will make his debut with McLaren as he fights to get back to the front of the grid in 2021 but faces some tough opposition in record equaling seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton in his Mercedes, the rise of Red Bull’s Max Verstappen, the resurgence of Ferrari ace Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel in his new team – Aston Martin.

In 2021, Formula 1 will feature 23 Grand Prix and every single session from every circuit on the calendar will be available Live on Foxtel and Kayo, with Foxtel subscribers able to access every race Live in 4K Ultra HD.

FOX Sports will offer wall-to-wall coverage from The Sky Sports F1 team with Martin Brundle and David Croft calling every Grand Prix in a team that features former F1 World Champions Damon Hill, Jenson Button, Nico Rosberg and fellow ex-F1 drivers Johnny Hubert, Paul Di Resta, Anthony Davidson, Karun Chandhok, host Simon Lazenby and pit lane reporters Ted Kravitz, Natalie Pinkham and Rachel Brookes.

Australian motorsport fans will also be able to watch the progress of Australia’s next F1 hopeful, Oscar Piastri, in the FIA Formula 2 Championship on Foxtel and Kayo throughout the season.

On two wheels, Australia’s best chance at a premier class World Championship in a decade – Jack Miller, will take to the track aboard the factory Ducati, following in the footsteps of our last MotoGP world champion Casey Stoner. Miller will have to contend with Marc Marquez once he returns from injury, defending champion Joan Mir and an angry chasing pack headed up by the legendary Valentino Rossi and emerging stars Fabio Quatararo and Franco Morbidelli.

In 2021 Fox Sports is your home of motorsport, it’s the only place you can watch Supercars, Formula 1, MotoGP, INDYCAR, World Rally Championship, NASCAR, AMA Supercross (ESPN), World Superbikes, Formula E, FIA Rally Cross and the Isle of Man TT all in the one place on both Foxtel and Kayo.

Kayo will feature every practice, qualifying session and race of the 2021 Formula 1 World Championship season Live and on-demand. Kayo minis will once again be available for every race, while Kayo RaceView also returns in 2021 with four additional feeds every race day including Co-Pilot, Pit Lane Channel, Live Timing and Driver Tracker.

FOX Sports is the home of 2021 FIA Formula One World Championship™ in Australia with every race available Live on Foxtel and Kayo.

All times in AEDT:

Friday, March 26

MotoGP Practice 1
9.45pm
FOX Sports 507

F1 Practice 1
10.30pm
FOX Sports 506
4K Ultra HD (Ch 508)

Saturday, March 27

F2 Qualifying
12.28am
FOX Sports 506

F1 Practice 2
1.45am
FOX Sports 506
4K Ultra HD (Ch 508)

MotoGP Practice 2
2.05am
FOX Sports 507

MotoGP Practice 3
9.20pm
FOX Sports 507

F2 Sprint Race 1
9.20pm
FOX Sports 506

F1 Practice 3
10.30pm
FOX Sports 506
4K Ultra HD (Ch 508)

Sunday March 28

F2 Sprint Race 2
12.35am
FOX Sports 506

F1 Qualifying
1.00am
FOX Sports 506
4K Ultra HD (Ch 508)

MotoGP Qualifying
1.25am
FOX Sports 507

Moto2 Qualifying 1
2.25am
FOX Sports 507

Moto2 Qualifying 2
2.50am
FOX Sports 507

MotoGP Race
9.40pm
FOX Sports 507

F2 Feature Race
9.45pm
FOX Sports 506

Moto2 Warm Up
11.10pm
FOX Sports 507

Monday March 29

F1 Race
1.00am
FOX Sports 506
4K Ultra HD (Ch 508)

Moto2 Race
2.20am
FOX Sports 507

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