Mark your calendar for one of the biggest Formula One races. The next leg of the Formula One Grand Prix is set for Russia on October 11. If you are a huge fan of F1 racing, don’t miss the 17th round of one of the toughest racing events in sports entertainment.
The Russian Grand Prix 2015 will take place in Sochi Autodrom, Sochi.
Formula One Grand Prix Leading Racers
After the Japanese Grand Prix, it looks like Team Mercedes have regained their momentum in the race. Lewis Hamilton finished first place behind Nico Rosberg (second) and Sebastian Vettel (third). Hamilton has extended his lead in the scoreboards to 48 points. Rosberg has 229 and Vettel with 218 points.
The only Russian driver on the tracks is Daniil Kvyat. Although he’s way behind in the leaderboard (currently in eighth place), he’s still excited to give the local crowd a great show in the upcoming Sochi race. Will the support of local fans give Kvyat a chance to top the race? We hope so but it’s definitely going to be a tough race to win considering the nature of the Sochi circuit which is a very technical circuit.
Russian Grand Prix 2015 Race Schedule
See your favourite racers battle for the top spot in the Russian Grand Prix 2015 race. Below is the complete schedule (local time) of the upcoming Formula One racing tournament.
October 9, 2015
Practice 1 – 10:00 – 11:30
Practice 2 – 14:00 – 15:30
October 10, 2015
Practice 3 – 12:00 – 13:00
Qualifying Session – 15:00 – 16:00
October 11, 2015
Race proper – 14:00 – 16:00
Watch the race live online
Watch the Russian Grand Prix live from wherever you are. If you can’t get a ticket to watch the race live on the race tracks, simply access the live streams online via the different channels broadcasting the F1 race.
Here is a list of channels airing the racing tournament online:
Antena 3: Antena 3 is a Spanish TV network owned by Onda Cero, Spain’s most listened to radio station. To watch the race live, you will need to get a Spanish IP address.
Network Ten: Based and operates in Australia, Network Ten is the third channel in the country offering free-to-air TV. Use an Aussie IP to watch the live race.
Star Sports: Watch the Russian Grand Prix on Star Sports, a TV network based in India. Star Sports may block access from certain countries.
Fuji TV: Fuji TV is a Japanese television station based in Tokyo, Japan. Watch the F1 race for free using a Japanese IP address.
BBC Sport: BBC Sport provides national sports coverage for BBC Television, radio and online. You’ll need a UK IP to watch the Russian Grand Prix.
NBC Sports: NBC Sports is a US-based TV network offering various sports broadcasts including the Russian Grand Prix. Only allows US access.
Use a VPN to unblock streaming websites
Don’t worry if you couldn’t access the streaming channels listed above. Depending on your current location, some of these websites will be geographically restricted. If you are accessing the streaming channel from a geographically restricted region, you can simply use a VPN to bypass such limitations.
A VPN service will be able to mask your actual IP address with a fake one to trick the streaming website into thinking that you are located within the serviceable area. Some of the great VPN providers that you can use to bypass geo-restrictions are PureVPN, IPVanish and HideMyAss Pro VPN.
Use any of the recommend VPN service providers to watch the Russian Grand Prix 2015 on October 9-11.