[LIVESTREAMs]!!.F1 British Grand Prix 2023 Live Broadcast Full Race, 09 July, 2023
The British Grand Prix, a Formula 1 race featuring drivers like Max Verstappen, Lewis Hamilton and others, takes place on Sunday, July 9, 2023 (7/9/23) at Silverstone Circuit. British Grand Prix FREE LIVE STREAM (7/9/23): Watch Formula 1 online | Time, USA TV, channel
F1 British Grand Prix live stream 2023 — how to watch race for free online right now. It's race day when you watch the 2023 F1 British Grand Prix live streams at Silverstone. And McLaren's Lando Norris almost took pole, right before Red Bull's Max Verstappen took it from him. But McLaren's success (Oscar Piastri got No. 3) seems to have awoken something in Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton, who called it a "wake-up call" about how others are "overtaking" his team.
Previously, in Austria, Verstappen decided to take a calculated risk for the last laps, pitting so he could get fresh tires and a chance for that single 'fastest lap' point. Up until then, his teammate Sergio Perez had held that point.
Max's lead at this point was comfortable, but it was still a risk. Team Red Bull didn't want him to attempt this, but Verstappen did it anyway — and got the point. He won by 5.155 seconds overall over Ferrari's Charles Leclerc. Perez finished third.
The Red Bull Ring was also a good day for Mclaren's Lando Norris, who finished fourth. Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton finished eighth, behind Aston Martin's Fernando Alonso, Ferrari's Carlos Sainz and his own teammate, George Russell.
Mercedes, though, is going to debut a new upgrade to its gear this week, according to team principal Toto Wolff. He's also claimed that the team hasn't given up on winning races this year. Ferrari will also look to make things difficult for Red Bull.
The full schedule is below, and lights are out at the British Grand Prix at 9 a.m. ET / 6 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. BST today (Sunday, July 9) / 12 a.m. AEDT on Monday (July 10). Make sure you don't miss a second of it by watching a British Grand Prix live stream — potentially for FREE.
2023 F1 British Grand Prix live stream: How to watch live online
Here’s what you need to know for the first race:
What: British Grand Prix
Who: Formula 1
When: Sunday, July 9, 2023
Time: 10 a.m. ET
Where: Silverstone Circuit
Motorsport’s governing body will attempt to drive out online hate speech and abuse by collaborating with other affected groups.
The FIA said it has support from the European Commission, motorcyling’s governing body, and Professional Game Match Officials Limited — the body responsible for match officials in English professional soccer — to tackle the problems.
The FIA revealed its strategic approach in a white paper on Thursday that sets out the sustained and collaborative approach the FIA will adopt in confronting online toxicity, it said in a statement.
The document called A Strategic Response To Online Hate Speech In Sport has drawn on expertise from industry experts and government institutions. It was presented to the FIA’s 241 member clubs and also shared at a World Motor Sport Council in Bahrain on Thursday ahead of the season-opening Formula One race on Sunday.
Across the European Union, 80% of people surveyed had encountered online hate, and 40% of respondents claimed they were left frightened or threatened, the white paper said.
After crashing late in the season-ending Abu Dhabi GP in 2021, F1 driver Nicholas Latifi was subjected to online abuse and death threats and hired a bodyguard on a daytrip to London.
Latifi’s crash led to a safety car, and late drama followed as Max Verstappen overtook Lewis Hamilton on the last lap to win the world title in one of the most controversial moments in F1 history.
Former F1 race director Michael Masi, who made the decision to restart the race and eventually left the FIA, also faced a torrent of hatred and abuse.
They were shocking. Racist, abusive, vile, they called me every name under the sun. And there were death threats. People saying they were going to come after me and my family, Masi said in an interview with Australia’s NewsCorp in July. And they kept on coming. Not just on my Facebook but also on my LinkedIn, which is supposed to be a professional platform for business. It was the same type of abuse.
The FIA online abuse working group has secured support for its strategic approach from the European Commission through an endorsement from Mariya Gabriel, the European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth.
PGMOL managing director Mike Riley, a former Premier League referee, welcomed the FIA actions.
PGMOL is hugely supportive of the progressive steps taken by the FIA in addressing the issue of online abuse, Riley said. During recent discussions, we have together identified that common challenges are shared around the abuse of our officials.
Lando Norris leads hopes of home success at the British Grand Prix this afternoon, with Max Verstappen a strong favourite for yet another victory.
A superb showing from McLaren during qualifying on Saturday briefly had Norris dreaming of pole position but he will start the race in second, just ahead of team-mate Oscar Piastri, who lines up on the second row alongside Charles Leclerc of Ferrari.
There is the small problem of Verstappen for the likes of Norris to deal with, as the Dutchman goes in search of a sixth consecutive win that would further extend his huge lead at the top of the standings.