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What time does the US Grand Prix start in the UK? TV channel, live stream, grid positions and odds


Lewis Hamilton bids for yet another US Grand Prix win this weekend (Picture: Getty Images)

Lewis Hamilton can win the 2018 Formula One world title at the US Grand Prix on Sunday, a race he has won six times before.

The Brit goes into the race in pole position and 67 points clear at the top of the Drivers’ Championship standings.

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If Hamilton wins the Austin Grand Prix and his closest rival, Sebastian Vettel, finishes lower than second then the title race is over for another year.

The four-time world champion holds the record for most US Grand Prix wins and has won the last four editions of the race.

Hamilton loves racing in the US (Picture: Getty Images for Tata Communications)

What time is the US Grand Prix on in the UK?

The US Grand Prix will be on just after 7pm UK time on Sunday, 21 October.

 Is the US Grand Prix on Channel 4 or Sky Sports?

Both!

Coverage starts on Channel 4 at 6pm, with live coverage on Sky Sports F1 from 5.30pm and Sky Sports Main Event from 7.05pm.

You can stream live on Channel4.com if you sign up for an account.



2018 US Grand Prix Grid Positions

  1. Lewis Hamilton
  2. Kimi Räikkönen
  3. Valtteri Bottas
  4. Daniel Ricciardo
  5. Sebastian Vettel
  6. Esteban Ocon
  7. Nico Hulkenberg
  8. Romain Grosjean
  9. Charles Leclerc
  10. Sergio Perez
  11. Carlos Sainz
  12. Kevin Magnussen
  13. Max Verstappen
  14. Fernando Alonso
  15. Sergey Sirotkin
  16. Lance Stroll
  17. Marcus Ericsson
  18. Stoffel Vandoorne
  19. Pierre Gasly
  20. Brendon Hartley

What are the odds? (Courtesy of Betfair)

  • 1/4 Lewis Hamilton
  • 5/1 Sebastian Vettel
  • 6/1 Kimi Raikkonen
  • 14/1 Valtteri Bottas
  • 30/1 Daniel Ricciardo
  • 70/1 Max Verstappen

All others 500/1

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