Round nine of this year's Formula 1 world championship takes place at the Red Bull ring with the second of two Grands Prix to be held in Spielberg going under the name of the Austrian Grand Prix.
Thanks to the Canadian and then Turkish Grands Prix being cancelled, we once again have back-to-back races in Austria as we did in 2020, with them forming a triple-header with the French Grand Prix as June changes into July this summer.
Indeed, the Austrian Grand Prix will prove to be the final race of the trio and, here, we're taking a look at all the important info...
The Austrian Grand Prix will be held over the first weekend of July with it the third in a triple-header of Formula 1 races. Specifically, the dates are 2nd July to 4th July.
Tickets for the Austrian Grand Prix can be found here, with various packages on offer.
The government guidance from the United Kingdom advises British people to only make essential trips to the country.
The Austrian Grand Prix is currently good to go ahead in its early July spot.
Should the event be cancelled late on thanks to the pandemic, this section will be updated but it's so far so good for us to go racing at the Red Bull Ring.
The Austrian Grand Prix weekend will follow the below schedule (all times BST:)
Practice 1 - Friday, 2nd July, 10:30am
Practice 2 - Friday, 2nd July, 2pm
Practice 3 - Saturday, 3rd July, 11am
Qualifying - Saturday, 3rd July, 2pm
Race - Sunday, 4th July, 2pm
How to watch
You can watch the Austrian Grand Prix and every other race, qualifying and practice session this season, live and exclusively on Sky Sports F1.
Channel 4 will also show highlights of qualifying and the Grand Prix on Saturday and Sunday evening respectively.
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