The Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix event will be taking place on August 27th. Read on to learn how you can watch the practice, qualifying, and main race all with Sling TV on ESPN channels.
In a hurry? You can watch the main race on ESPN at Zandvoort with Sling Orange for $40.00/mo.
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The 2023 Dutch GP comes right after the Belgian Grand Prix where Max Verstappen (Red Bull) won the race. Sergio Perez (Red Bull) and Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) came in second and third.
Max Verstappen secured his eighth consecutive Grand Prix triumph at the previous event in Belgium. Now, as he heads back to his home track, the Dutchman continues his determined pursuit of a third world championship title this season while maintaining his lead in the standings.
Live TV Channels for Watching Dutch GP
During the Dutch Grand Prix weekend, there will be practice, qualifying, and the main race. All of this will air on ESPN channels over the weekend from Friday, August 25th through Sunday, August 27th.
See the complete schedule below.
How to Watch Dutch GP on Sling TV
Sling offers two packages: Sling Blue and Sling Orange each costing $40.00/mo. To watch the Dutch Grand Prix you will need Sling Orange which carries 30+ channels including ESPN channels.
Sling Orange is designed for Sports fans. Here are more details:
- Get ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, MotorTrend, Disney Channel, and Freeform.
- Provides other channels across plans including A&E, AMC, BBC America, BET, Bloomberg Television, CNN, Cartoon Network, Comedy Central, Food Network, HGTV, History Channel, IFC, Lifetime, Nick Jr, TBS, TNT, and more.
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You can live stream with the Sling TV app from on the major devices: Amazon Fire TV, Android Mobile, Android TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, iOS (iPad/iPhone), Roku, major smart TVs, and web browsers.
Other Options for Streaming Dutch GP
Sling TV is definitely the most affordable streaming service to watch the Dutch GP. But there are other options:
- F1 TV is Formula 1’s own streaming service. If F1 is all you’re interested in, F1 TV Pro (the tier with the live races) is a good deal at $80 for the entire season. It also features onboard cameras and audio from team radios.
- Hulu + Live TV is, like ESPN, Disney-owned, so it has all the ESPN channels and ESPN+ included in the price. Downside: that price is $69.99/mo.
- Fubo is a sports-first streaming service for $74.99/mo.
- DIRECTV STREAM is an option with a well-rounded channel lineup for $74.99/mo
How to Watch Dutch GP Outside the US
Here are other ways you can watch more Formula1 races outside the US:
- Australia: Fox Sports, Foxtel, Kayo
- Canada: TSN, RDS, Noovo
- Ireland: Sky Sports F1
- New Zealand: Sky NZ
- UK: Sky Sports F1, Channel 4
About Dutch Grand Prix
The Dutch Grand Prix, a prestigious Formula One race, was held at Circuit Zandvoort in the Netherlands from 1950 to 1985 and restarted in 2021. It was part of the World Championship and twice designated the European Grand Prix.
The event’s return was initially planned for 2020 but postponed due to COVID-19. Dutch driver Max Verstappen celebrated victory upon its revival in 2021. Contracted to continue until 2025, the Dutch Grand Prix is an eagerly anticipated race that combines history and excitement at the iconic Zandvoort track.
CM.com Circuit Zandvoort is a renowned “Old School” circuit, featuring fast and challenging corners set amidst natural dunes. With a track length of 4.3 kilometers, it is relatively short compared to other F1 circuits, resulting in drivers frequently passing by race fans.
The compact pit lane allows for a possible 3-stop strategy, ensuring an exciting spectacle. Known as the Zandvoort race track, it offers a unique experience with its picturesque location by the beach and dream-like setting in the Zandvoort dunes.
2023 Dutch GP schedule
Here are all the events taking place from August 25th to 27th. You can watch all these live on Sling TV.
- Fri Aug 25 : F2 Practice (ESPN3)
- Fri Aug 25 : F1 Practice 1 (ESPN2)
- Fri Aug 25 : F1 Practice 2 (ESPN2)
- Fri Aug 25 : F2 Qualifying (ESPN3)
- Sat Aug 26 : F1 Practice 3 (ESPN2)
- Sat Aug 26 : F2 Sprint Race (ESPN3)
- Sat Aug 26 : F1 Qualifying (ESPN)
- Sun Aug 27 : F2 Netherlands Feature Race (ESPN3)
- Sun Aug 27 : Dutch Grand Prix (ESPN)
Sling TV offers all the channels you need to watch the Dutch GP events live from Friday 25th to Sunday 27th. Sign up for Sling Orange today and enjoy the race.
Max Verstappen racing his Red Bull at F1 British GP — public domain.