2020 Belgian Grand Prix Live Online
- Date: Sun, Aug 30, 2020
- Track: Spa-Francorchamps
When is the 2020 Belgian Grand Prix?
The start times for the Belgian Grand Prix are as follows:
- Practice 1: Friday, August 28, 1100, local time (1000 BST)
- Practice 2: Friday, August 28, 1500, local time (1400 BST)
- Practice 3: Saturday, August 29, 1200, local time (1100 BST)
- Qualifying: Saturday, August 29, 1500, local time (1400 BST)
- Race: Sunday, August 30, 1510, local time (1410 BST)
Where can I watch the Belgian Grand Prix on TV?
Belgian Grand Prix weekend – including qualifying and the race proper – will be screened live in the UK by pay-TV broadcaster Sky Sports on its dedicated Sky Sports F1 channel. You can also access a live stream of the coverage via Now TV. Watch Belgian Grand Prix 2020 free live stream on Hulu live sports.
What is the weather forecast for the Belgian Grand Prix?
Friday, August 28: 19c, rain showers.
Saturday, August 29: 17c, rain showers.
Sunday, August 30: 16c, light rain.
Which drivers have won the Belgian Grand Prix?
The spa is widely regarded as one of the greatest challenges that a driver will face on the F1 calendar with long straights, heavy braking zones, and of course the nerve-wracking Eau Rouge and Raidillon combination.
Michael Schumacher tamed this circuit on six occasions, winning twice with Benetton while the other four victories came with Ferrari. Ayrton Senna is close behind with five after a sensational run of four consecutive victories at Spa from 1988 to 1991.
Of the current drivers on the grid, Kimi Raikkonen’s credentials are unmatched having won the Belgian Grand Prix in 2004, 2005, 2007, and 2009.
The Ferrari team has been victorious an incredible 14 times around this iconic circuit.
The last 10 winners of the Belgian Grand Prix are as follows:
2019: Charles Leclerc (Monaco, Ferrari)
2018: Sebastian Vettel (Germany, Ferrari)
2017: Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain, Mercedes)
2016: Nico Rosberg (Germany, Mercedes)
2015: Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain, Mercedes)
2014: Daniel Ricciardo (Australia, Red Bull)
2013: Sebastian Vettel (Germany, Red Bull)
2012: Jenson Button (Great Britain, McLaren)
2011: Sebastian Vettel (Germany, Red Bull)
2010: Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain, McLaren)
Track Lap Record: 1:46.286 Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes, 2018)
What are the odds for the Belgian Grand Prix?
He may not have won here since 2017, but Lewis Hamilton is the clear favorite to end that streak and win the 2020 Belgian Grand Prix. This time last year Charles Leclerc was favorite for P1 and delivered, but in 2020 he doesn’t even feature in the top five. Leading odds from Bet365 are as follows:
4/9 Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes)
7/2 Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
4/1 Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes)
33/1 Sergio Perez (Racing Point)
66/1 Lance Stroll (Racing Point)
(Prices correct at 1330 BST on Monday, August 24)