Las Vegas Grand Prix - Start time, TV channel and more details with F1 in Nevada

Las Vegas Grand Prix – Start time, TV channel and more details with F1 in Nevada

Formula One breaks new ground this weekend as Las Vegas hosts its first Grand Prix in over 40 years and the first ever on the streets of Sin City. Over 100,000 people are expected in the gambling capital of America just for the big race alone, in what promises to be one of the busiest few days the Strip has ever witnessed.

World Champion Max Verstappen will be hoping to notch a record 18th victory in a single season, with the drivers’ championship already sewn up. There is sure to be a throng of celebrities in attendance for a unique event that will challenge Monte Carlo for glamour.

Express Sport has everything you need to know about how to watch the race.

Las Vegas Grand Prix start time

The Las Vegas Grand Prix is a night race and will get underway at 10pm local time on Saturday, November 18. That means you may need to set your alarm if you want to watch the race live in the UK as it will start at 6am on Sunday, November 19.

Las Vegas Grand Prix weather forecast

The decision to hold the Las Vegas Grand Prix at night will have a significant effect on the racing conditions. According to the temperature will drop to just 10 degrees by the time the red lights go out. There is also a 20 per cent chance of rain.

The combination of low temperatures, a new track surface and the possability of rain could make for some very interesting race conditions that will tactically test the teams to the limit.

How to follow the Las Vegas Grand Prix: TV Channel, live stream, radio, highlights

British F1 fans wanting to watch live coverage of the Las Vegas Grand Prix will need to tune into Sky Sports. The race will be shown live and in its entirety on the Sky Sports F1 and Sky Sports Main Event channels.

Sky Sports subscribers will be able to live stream the race via the Sky Sports app using a mobile, tablet or computer. Coverage will get underway at 4.30am UK time – 90 minutes before lights out early on Sunday morning.

If you don’t subscribe to Sky, you can still watch the race by purchasing a Sky Sports Day Pass from NOW for £11.98. Channel Four will be showing highlights from Interlagos later on Sunday evening.

If you don’t want to pay to watch the race but still want to follow the action, BBC Radio 5 LIVE will be providing full commentary, which will also be available on the BBC Sport website. Their coverage of the Las Vegas Grand Prix starts at 5.30am UK time.