TV Guide: 2023 F1 Grand Prix on 10 and Fox Sports


The 2023 Formula 1 kicks off Friday, March 31

The F1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix roars back into Melbourne’s Albert Park this week, with Network 10 and Fox Sports covering the event.

The 2023 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix will be one of the biggest in history, with a faster track than ever before, following the inclusion of a fourth DRS zone, new cars, new drivers, new team line ups and the debut of Formula 2 and Formula 3.

F1 coverage on 10 and 10 Play

Network 10 will welcome 1996 Formula 1 World Champion, and internationally renowned broadcaster Damon Hill to the on-air commentary team.

Hill brings a wealth of Formula 1 experience to the broadcast, with 42 podiums, 22 career wins – including taking the top step at the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix twice – plus a World Championship. With over 20 years of broadcast experience, Hill is one of the most respected and well-known Formula 1 pundits in the world.

Hill joins Network 10’s broadcast team, led by Tara Rushton and Scott MacKinnon, with Australian Formula 1 legend and 1980 World Champion Alan Jones, F1 expert Tom Clarkson, motorsport commentator Richard Craill, and F1 reporters Rosanna Tennant and Sam Power covering all the action on and off the track.

10 Sport’s Archie Thompson and Studio 10’s Natalie Hunter will be bringing viewers all the glamour and excitement from around the iconic Albert Park precinct. Plus, making his racing broadcast debut in 2023 is self-proclaimed revhead and co-host of The Cheap Seats and the global The Reserve Drivers, Tim McDonald, who will bring entertaining interviews and commentary throughout the three days of F1 action.

Coverage of the 2023 Formula 1Rolex Australian Grand Prix gets underway on Friday 31 March and continues all weekend on Network 10.

10 commentary team

F1 coverage on Fox Sports and Kayo

On Fox Sports, Aussie motorsport fans are able to enjoy more comprehensive coverage than ever before thanks to the integration of F1 TV on selected Foxtel set-top boxes, along with almost 40 hours of live racing coverage across the weekend.

Fox Motorsport’s Jess Yates and Mark Skaife will lead the broadcast over three days of F1 and Supercars racing, which will include live feeds and special supporting content, with fans also able to enjoy over 100 hours of Formula 1 and Supercars documentaries and classics on demand via Fox Sports and Kayo Sports.

An F1 TV Pro subscription will be available to Foxtel Sport subscribers with an iQ4 or iQ5 set top box at no extra cost. It will also include entertainment shows, such as Technical Analysis and Paddock Live, Formula 1 documentaries and short-form features, past event highlights and archives of races.

Kayo Sports subscribers will be able to keep up with all the action with four bonus Formula 1 cameras – On Board, Timing, Pit Lane and Driver Tracker – with the RaceView feature allowing viewers to watch up to four different feeds at once on selected devices.

Formula 1 schedule: 10 and 10 Play

Friday, 31 March:

11.30am – 5.00pm AEDT. Live and Free on 10 and 10 Play.
5.00pm-6.00pm on 10 Bold and 10 Play. Formula 1 Practice.

Saturday, 1 April:

10.00am – 6.00pm AEDT. Live and Free on 10 and 10 Play. Formula 1 Qualifying.

Sunday, 2 April:

8.30am – 5.00pm AEST. Live and Free on 10 and 10 Play. Formula 1 Race.

Formula 1 schedule: Fox Sports 506 & Kayo

Thursday, 30 March:

11:25am – Supercars Practice 1
1:15pm – Supercars Practice 2
2:45pm – Supercars Qualifying
5:45pm – Supercars Race 3

Friday, 31 March:

12:30pm – Formula 1™ Practice 1
2:55pm – Supercars Race 4
4:00pm – Formula 1™ Practice 2

Saturday, 1 April:

9:05am – Supercars Qualifying
12:30pm – Formula 1™ Practice 3
4:00pm – Formula 1™ Qualifying
5:30pm – Supercars Race 5

Sunday, 2 April:

10:25am – Supercars Race 6
1:30pm – Formula 1™ Race

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