Austria GP Compact: TV, Schedule, Live Ticker / Formula 1

Everything is set for an exciting motorsport festival at the Red Bull Ring: the Austrian Grand Prix starts on June 30 at 3 p.m. Everything you need to know about the World Cup race in Styria is here in GP Compact.

At the moment the best Formula 1 driver is taking a decisive step on the road to another home win for his Red Bull Racing team in Spielberg: Max Verstappen’s pole position over Briton Lando Norris (McLaren).

Verstappen has won the Austrian Grand Prix four times (2018, 2019, 2021 and 2023) and won the Styrian GP in 2021.

On the day Verstappen took pole, the racing icons of the “Legends Parade 2024” got to know their legendary cars.

GP Sunday (12.30pm) will see half a century of motorsport history brought to life in the ninth edition of this subsidiary event. The main cast includes Emerson Fittipaldi in Lotus 72 to Gerhard Berger sitting in Michael Schumacher’s 2002 Ferrari.

Another dress rehearsal took place on Saturday evening: Martin Grubinger trained with the winners of the Anthem Challenge for their life’s musical dedication. Just before the start of the race, 50 Formula 1 fans and the Microwave Allstars will perform “Land der Berge”, a version by Hollywood legend Hans Zimmer.

Several “meet the drivers” sessions sweetened fan attendance this weekend. Anyone who can’t get up close to the F1 stars at the Red Bull Ring should take advantage of one last chance on the “Styrian Green Carpet”.

On the way to the racetrack on Sunday (8:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.), pilots and team bosses stop in front of the welcome center to sign autographs and take time for souvenir photos. All details about the program can be found here.

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All additional information about “Farmula 1 Qatar Airways Grand Prix of Austria 2024” can be found here www.redbullring.com and on the Red Bull Ring app.

SPEEDWEEK.com reports for you from Styria in our popular live ticker format for the traditional race, which goes online at approximately 2 p.m. Below you will find the schedule for race day and the most important broadcast dates for our TV colleagues from ServusTV, Sky and SRF.

Austrian Grand Prix Schedule

Sunday, June 30
08.30–09.20: Main race Formula 3 (26 laps or 45 minutes)
10.00 – 11.05: Main race Formula 2 (40 laps or 60 minutes)
11.45–12.20: Porsche Supercup Race (18 laps or 30 minutes)
12.30–12.50: Red Bull Legends Parade
12.55–13.55: Paddock Club Track Tour
12.55–13.45: Paddock Club Pit Lane Walk
1:00 pm – 1:30 pm: Parade of drivers
2:00 PM – 2:10 PM: Slope Survey
2:46 PM – 2:47 PM: National Anthem
2:47 – 2:48 pm: Flag flyover
3:00 pm – 5:00 pm: Austrian Grand Prix (71 laps or 120 minutes)

Austrian Grand Prix on TV

Sunday, June 30
09.30 Sky Sport F1 – Greatest Races: Gerhard Berger 1994 in Deutschland
09.30 ServusTV – Background reports from Spielberg
09.40 Sky Sport F1 – Best Races: Niki Lauda 984 at Estoril
11.15 Sky Sport F1 – Sprint Compact
11.30 Sky Sport F1 – Best Races: Niki Lauda 984 at Estoril
12.30 Sky Sport F1 – Legends of F1: Gerhard Berger
1pm ServeTV – Countdown to the race
13.20 Sky Sport F1 – Greatest Races: Gerhard Berger 1994 in Deutschland
13.30 Sky Sport F1 – Early Race Reports
14.10 SRF Information – Early Statements of Race
2.15 pm ServusTV – Early reports of the race
14.55 Sky Sport F1 – Coverage of the Austrian GP begins
2.55 pm ServusTV – GP Austria coverage begins
3:00 pm Austrian Grand Prix (71 laps or 120 min)
16.40 ServusTV – Race Analysis
16.45 Sky Sport F1 – Analysis and interviews
5.30pm Sky Sport F1 – Driver press conference
18.00 Sky Sport F1 – Dead Notebook
18.30 Sky Sport F1 – Sprint Compact
18.45 Sky Sport F1 – Qualifying compact
7pm Sky Sport F1 – GP Austria Repeat
21.00 Sky Sport F1 – Legends of F1: Gerhard Berger
23.35 ORF1 – GP Austria again
21.50 Sky Sport F1 – Greatest Races: Gerhard Berger 1994 in Deutschland
10pm Sky Sport F1 – GP Austria Repeat

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GP qualifying, Austria

01. Max Verstappen (NL), Red Bull Racing, 1:04.314 min
02. Lando Norris (GB), McLaren, 1:04.718
03. George Russell (GB), Mercedes, 1:04.840
04. Carlos Sainz (L), Ferrari, 1:04.851
05. Lewis Hamilton (GB), Mercedes, 1:04.903
06. Charles Leclerc (MC), Ferrari, 1:05.044
07. Oscar Piastri (AUS), McLaren, 1:05.048
08. Sergio Perez (MEX), Red Bull Racing, 1:05.202
09. Nico Hulkenberg (T), Haas, 1:05.385
10. Esteban Ocon (F), Alpine, 1:05.883
11. Daniel Ricciardo (AUS), Racing Bulls, 1:05.289
12. Kevin Magnussen (DK), Haas, 1:05.347
13. Pierre Gasly (F), Alpine, 1:05,359
14. Yuki Tsunoda (J), Racing Bulls, 1:05.412
15. Fernando Alonso (C), Aston Martin, 1:05.639
16. Alex Alban (D), Williams, 1:05.736
17. Lance Stroll (CTN), Aston Martin, 1:05.819
18. Valtteri Bottas (FIN), Sauber, 1:05.847
19. Logan Sargent (USA), Williams, 1:05.856
20. Guanyu Zhou (RCH), Sauber, 1:06.061

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