How to watch F1 on TV in Dubai

Follow every second of every race in the build up to the Abu Dhabi F1

A sport that’s close to the heart of many the world over, Formula 1 won’t be slowing down in the early part of the summer, with two more European races before the teams and their drivers pull into the pits for much of August.

As we approach the halfway stage of the season, the battle for the title is once again looking like a straight shoot-out between defending champion Lewis Hamilton and his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg, runner-up in 2014. The pair have dominated in much the same way they did last time around, and face-off in the British Grand Prix on July 5 before heading to Hungaroring on the outskirts of Budapest a fortnight later.

Hamilton won at Silverstone last year, while Rosberg took the flag in 2013. It promises to be another thriller this year.
British Grand Prix July 3-5. Hungarian Grand Prix July 24-26. Various channels, BeIN Sports.

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