How to Watch Turkish Grand Prix 2020: Schedule, TV Channel, Live Stream F1

By Gabriela Vatu / November 10, 2020

The Turkish Grand Prix is coming up soon in the Formula 1 season, and we are eager to watch the race once more. We plan on watching the Turkish Grand Prix online, so let's see what needs to be done.

The Turkish Grand Prix was first held back in August 2005, and the last time it was part of the Formula 1 season was back in 2011. Much like several races in this year's schedule, the Turkish Grand Prix is making a comeback due to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions that cut out the races that were usually scheduled in Asia and America.

The race will be held on Istanbul Park, which is a motorsports race track in Tuzla, east of Istanbul. The race will feature 58 laps, and it will be interesting to see who's going to win the next race and whether Lewis Hamilton will bag this one as well.

When and Where to Watch the Turkish Grand Prix?

The Turkish Grand Prix will take place on November 15th, but in the days ahead of the big race, we’re going to be able to watch the practice rounds and the qualifying round as well. You'll have to tune in to ESPN, and you can check the schedule below to see exactly which channel you're going to have to watch and watch time to tune in.

Turkish Grand Prix 2020 Schedule
Date Start Time (ET) Round Channel
November 13, 2020 2:55 AM Practice 1 ESPN
6:55 AM Practice 2 ESPN2
November 14, 2020 3:55 AM Practice 3 ESPN
6:55 AM Qualifying Round ESPN2
November 15, 2020 5:05 AM Grand Prix ESPN

How Can I Live Stream the Turkish Grand Prix 2020? 

Those of you who are hoping to watch the Turkish Grand Prix online should be quite happy because that's going to be perfectly possible to do. In fact, you will have to get a live TV service because that's how you can enjoy the race anywhere you are as long as you have an internet connection and a mobile device at the very least. Our favorite platform to go for is fuboTV, which has a single bundle of networks.

The bundle is part of several plans, so you can get extra channel packs and premium networks at discount prices. If you want, you can also customize the subscription yourself by adding your own favorite channel packs and premium networks, as well as add-ons to expand the cloud DVR storage space capacity or the number of simultaneous streams. However, we advise you to pick one of these starting plans that fuboTV has put together.

fuboTV works on loads of devices, including iOS and Android smartphones and tablets, Apple TV, Android TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, and various others.

While we love using fuboTV to watch ESPN because it features so many dedicated sports channels, there are other platforms you could be heading over to as well. 

Hulu has a really great channel composition, and it features a single bundle of networks. You can add extra channel packs and premium networks to your account, as well as add-ons to expand the cloud DVR storage space capacity or the number of simultaneous streams attached to your account. One really cool thing you need to know about Hulu is that when you subscribe to the Live TV service, you also get access to the great Hulu On-Demand library, which is something you should consider, as you'll enjoy two different platforms at once. Start your free trial on Hulu now!

We also have Sling TV on the list, and this is a platform that comes with three bundles. You will find that ESPN networks are part of the Orange and Orange + Blue bundles and are missing from the Blue one. Before you make your choice, you should know that Orange subscribers can only watch content on one device at a time, but Orange + Blue subscribers get four simultaneous streams, which is obviously better for families. You can also add loads of extra channel packs and premium networks to your account, as well as various add-ons. Start your Sling TV subscription now!


Live TV services in the United States are geo-blocked, so if you're traveling, you'll need a VPN to be able to bypass the blockade. You can continue reading to figure out exactly what you need to do. 

How to Watch Turkish Grand Prix From Anywhere?

Those of you who want to watch the Turkish Grand Prix even if you are traveling abroad should know that live TV platforms like the ones we've been talking about are geo-blocked, which means that they cannot be accessed while you are away. The thing is that as soon as you cross the border, your IP address will change to reflect your new location, so your access will be denied.

So, to watch the Turkish Grand Prix, you are going to need a VPN. VPNs have the power to route your internet connection through a different server of your choice and assign a new IP address to your device. This will make it possible for you to appear in a different location - like back home.

Our recommendation is to use ExpressVPN, which is a really great service, as it features thousands of servers all over the world and some great privacy features. You have to subscribe to ExpressVPN (49% OFF), sort out the apps, and find a server in the United States to connect to it. Once that connection is established, you can launch fuboTV and start streaming the Turkish Grand Prix on ESPN.

Can I Watch the Turkish Grand Prix in Other Countries?

Suppose you hope to watch the Turkish Grand Prix locally when you travel. That is also something that you can do, but you'll need to keep in mind that they will offer the broadcast in the local language. 

That being said, Formula One has broadcasting contracts with networks all over the world, so you have plenty of ways to enjoy the race. Check out below how you can watch the Turkish Grand Prix in several countries:

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