F1 Canadian GP: Live Stream, TV Channel And Starting Order On Grid
F1 rolls into North America this weekend with the Canadian Grand Prix, and here is how to watch the race.
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas will be looking to continue their dominant start to the season having won all six races this season between them.
But Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel is on pole for Sunday's race and desperate for a victory to kick-start his season.
Here is how to watch the race LIVE on Sunday night.
What time is the Canadian Grand Prix on?
The race will start at shortly after 7pm BST on Sunday night.
F1 bosses made a change this season to start races at around 10 minutes past the hour rather than on the hour.
What TV channel is it on?
The Canadian Grand Prix will be live on the Sky Sports F1 channel from 5.30pm.
Sky customers can stream all the action live via Sky Go on most devices.
Non-Sky subscribers can buy a NOW TV pass to stream the match on desktop, mobile or tablet.
What is the grid order?
Vettel will be on pole in Montreal ahead of Hamilton on the front row.
Charles Leclerc will start from third place in the second Ferrari with Daniel Ricciardo in fourth in his Renault.
Here are the full results from qualifying.