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F1 is back this weekend, with a first Grand Prix taking place in Bahrain! Calendar, channel to see Formula 1 this year… Here

Motorsports and in particular Formula 1 are making a big comeback this week.

This weekend, Formula 1 drivers will start their season with a Sakhir GP which was won by Lewis Hamilton last season.

The British Mercedes driver also dominated the Formula 1 World Championship in 2020, winning the vast majority of races.

He finished on the top step of the podium in eleven of the seventeen organized GPs, knowing that he was also absent on one occasion.

He largely finished at the top of the competition, ahead of his partner Mercedes Valtteri Bottas.

Dutchman Max Verstappen completed the podium behind the wheel of his Red Bull-Honda.

The best Frenchman last year was Pierre Gasly who finished tenth in the general classification.

But we all remember his incredible victory at Monza in the Italian Grand Prix.

A victory forever associated with the famous "accelerate, accelerate!"

by Julien Fébreau, one of the key moments of the 2020 sports year.

F1 broadcast: On which channel to watch the season?

Do you want to relive the same emotions as last season?

Visit CANAL + throughout this Formula 1 World Championship, the encrypted channel broadcasting the entire competition live exclusively.

With CANAL +, you also have the possibility to watch all the races in streaming from all of your media if you wish.

In total, twenty-three GPs will take place this season, the latter taking place from Sunday March 28, 2021 to Sunday December 12, 2021, for a competition that ends at Yas Marina for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

If you want to see all the races of this Formula 1 season, you can subscribe to various CANAL + offers.

You can first of all opt for the 100% digital CANAL + subscription at 20.99 euros per month.

With it, you benefit from CANAL + and CANAL + Décalé on computer, smartphone and tablet.

Otherwise, you can subscribe to two TV + digital offers.

The first being at 20.99 euros per month for a 2-year commitment (first month to try), the second at 25.99 euros per month for a 1-year commitment (first month to try).

With the two TV + digital subscriptions, you have access to CANAL + and CANAL + Décalé on all your media, including TV, thanks to the CANAL + decoder.

In addition, with the two TV + digital subscriptions, you can watch two content at the same time on two separate screens thanks to the myCANAL application.

Click here to take advantage of the CANAL + offer without obligation

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Do you want to see even more sport and content of all kinds?

CANAL + and the CANAL + pack is currently on promotion.

The 100% digital offer is only 31.99 euros instead of 36.99, while the TV + digital offers are 31.99 euros instead of 36.99 (2-year commitment, first month to try) and 36.99 instead of 41.99 (1 year commitment, first month to try).

These three subscriptions allow you to take advantage of the many CANAL + channels on your various media: CANAL +, CANAL + Décalé, CANAL + Cinema, CANAL + Sport, CANAL + Family and CANAL + Séries.

Thanks to CANAL + and the CANAL + pack, you have the possibility to follow many competitions (MotoGP, Ligue 1 Uber Eats, TOP14) as well as multiple programs, films and series, in addition to CANAL + productions.

Click here to take advantage of the CANAL + offer and the CANAL + pack

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To celebrate the start of the season, CANAL + has decided to please you by broadcasting the Sakhir GP in clear this Sunday March 28 at 5 p.m.

But the Bahrain Automobile Grand Prix shouldn't be the only one you get to see in the clear and for free this year.

Four races are expected to be broadcast live on its C8 channel.

Two of these GPs are also the French Grand Prix as well as the Monaco Grand Prix.

The 2021 F1 calendar

The Formula 1 season therefore begins this Friday March 28 with the Bahrain GP.

Fans can already check off several important dates in their calendar.

In particular the two races which concern us closely, namely the Monaco Grand Prix (May 23, 2021) and the French Grand Prix (June 27).

To see the most beautiful layout of this World Championship, and also one of the most demanding, meet at Spa-Francorchamps for the Belgian GP on August 29.

Last season, the only French victory was in Italy, on the legendary Imola circuit in Monza, which will take place this year on September 12.

We can also cite the arrival of a new kid, namely the Saudi Arabian GP on the Jeddah circuit, the penultimate of the season on December 5th.

  • Bahrain Grand Prix: March 28, 6 p.m.

  • Grand Prix of Emilia Romagna: April 18 3:00 p.m.

  • Portuguese Grand Prix: May 2 to be confirmed

  • Spanish Grand Prix: May 9 at 3:00 p.m.

  • Monaco Grand Prix: May 23 3:00 p.m.

  • Azerbaijani Grand Prix: June 6, 1:00 p.m.

  • Canadian Grand Prix: June 13 8:00 p.m.

  • French Grand Prix: June 27 3:00 p.m.

  • Austrian Grand Prix: July 4 3:00 p.m.

  • British Grand Prix: July 18 4:00 p.m.

  • Hungarian Grand Prix: August 1, 3:00 p.m.

  • Belgian Grand Prix: August 29 3:00 p.m.

  • Dutch Grand Prix: September 5 5:00 a.m.

  • Italian Grand Prix: September 12, 3:00 p.m.

  • Russian Grand Prix: September 26, 1:00 p.m.

  • Singapore Grand Prix: October 3, 1:00 p.m.

  • Japanese Grand Prix: October 10 6:00 a.m.

  • US Grand Prix: October 24, 9:00 p.m.

  • Mexican Grand Prix: October 31 8:00 p.m.

  • Brazilian Grand Prix: November 14, 6:00 p.m.

  • Australian Grand Prix: November 21, 7:00 a.m.

  • Saudi Arabian Grand Prix: November 28, 5:00 p.m.

  • Abu Dhabi Grand Prix: December 5 4:00 p.m.

The teams and drivers at the start of the season

There was a little uncertainty as to whether Lewis Hamilton would extend his adventure at Mercedes.

The veil is lifted, the British driver will be present for the 2021 season, along with the Finnish Valtteri Bottas.

The transfer market has been active in the offseason, with announcements of the replacement of Sebastian Vettel by Carlos Sainz at Ferrari and the arrival at McLaren of Daniel Ricciardo.

Vettel who takes place at Racing Point / Aston Martin, in place of Sergio Pérez who migrates to Red Bull Racing.

Fernando Alonso is back at Renault, while Pierre Gasly has extended his contract at AlphaTauri until 2021.

Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team

  • Lewis hamilton

  • Valtteri Bottas

Red bull racing

  • Max Verstappen

  • Sergio Perez

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McLaren F1 Team

  • Daniel Ricciardo

  • Lando norris

Aston Martin

  • Sebastien vettel

  • Lance Stroll

Alpine F1 Team 

  • Fernando Alonso

  • Esteban Ocon

Scuderia Ferrari    

  • Charles Leclerc

  • Carlos Sainz

Scuderia Alpha Tauri    

  • Pierre Gasly

  • Yuki tsunoda

Alfa Romeo Racing

  • Kimi Raikkonen

  • Antonio Giovinazzi

Haas F1 Team

  • Mick schumacher

  • Nikita mazepin

Williams racing

  • George russell

  • Nicholas latifi

Formula 1 fan?

What to see on Netflix and CANAL +

In addition to the races, CANAL + will offer multiple content related to Formula 1. First of all, there are the preliminary stages for each race, namely free practice 1, 2 and 3, as well as the qualifying practices that you can follow live on the encrypted channel.

Also, many reports are made available by CANAL +, such as the retransmission of the documentary Retour de Flamme where you will be able to see and hear exclusive interviews on Romain Grosjean's accident.

Many films and reports are still available on myCANAL, such as Race to Perfection, The Perfect Day, Charles Leclerc: full speed or even High Speed.

With the Sport Reporter program, relive all year round the exploits and behind the scenes of the Formula 1 world championships. Retro On Board, Back to the highlights, Rendezvous at the 1st corner: motorsport fans can follow at closer to the exploits of their favorite athletes on CANAL +.

On Netflix, the Formula 1 series, Drivers of their destiny is still available.

The third season has just been released, for a docu-series that all Formula 1 fans must see.

Drivers, managers or team owners… Whether they are on the circuit or in the paddock, they are ready for anything and live the Formula 1 season at 300 miles an hour.

Source: leparis

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