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Hungarian Grand Prix US Broadcast Schedule

by F1Fan on July 29, 2010

The Hungarian Grand Prix takes place this coming weekend only 7 days after the German Grand Prix and marks the third back to back Grand Prix of the season.

Located just 19 kms outside of Budapest the race is held at the Hungaroring circuit since the circuit was purpose built to host the grand Prix in 1986.

Now known for the location of Felipe Massa,s freak accident during qualifying last season the circuit follows the rollong terrain of the area and its tight, twisty design and low grip levels make it one of the most challenging of the Formula One Race Season.

Television broadcast of the Hungarian Grand Prix returns at last to the SPEED channel , after Fox broadcast carried the past 4 races, Canadian Gp European GP, British GP and German Grand Prix GP. Speed will be covering the Grand Prix weekend in its normal fashion, Friday Second free practice, Saturday qualifying and race on Sunday.

Hungarian Grand Prix Schedule (2010)

Circuit:Hungaroring
SessionPacific TimeMountain TimeCentral TimeEastern Time
Practice
(Friday 7/30)
05:00 am

10:30 pm
06:00 am

11:30 pm
07:00 am

12:30 am (7/31)
08:00 am

01:30 am (7/31)
Qualifying
(Saturday (7/31)

05:00 am

11:30 pm
06:00 am

12:30 am (8/1)
07:00 am

01:30 am (8/1)
08:00 am

02:30 am (8/1)
Race
(Sunday 8/2)
04:30 am

11:30 am
05:30 am

12:30 pm
06:30 am

01:30 pm
07:30 am

02:30 pm
All Practice, Qualifying and Race times are for Speed channel (607) broadcast on DirecTV

Personally I enjoy the SPEED Broadcast coverage better, while Fox now uses the speed channel race feed they tape delay the race and reduce the pre and post race coverage which allways annoys me.

I enjoy setting my DVR so that I can watch the race early morning before the rest of the family is up and can fast forward through all of the commercials saving a whole bunch of time, the SPEED Channel broadcast allows me to do this,

So set you DVR’s or program your cable unit to make sure you don’t miss the Hungarian Grand Prix, its going to be interesting to see if Ferrari continue to be as competitive as they were at Hockenheim last Sunday.

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