After its big comeback in 2018, the Formula 1 French Grand Prix returns this year 2021 and celebrates its 62 years!
If you want to see the best racing drivers compete against each other on the Paul Ricard circuit, then read on in this article.
When and where does the French F1 Grand Prix take place?
This year, the F1 French Grand Prix will take place from Friday 25 to Sunday 27 June on the Castellet circuit, in the PACA region.
During the first day, the pilots will participate in the two free practice sessions for a first contact with the track, to make their adjustments and to evaluate the performance of their tires.
On Saturday 22 June, the third free practice session and the qualifying session will take place, which takes place in 3 eliminatory stages. It will then make it possible to determine what will be the composition of the starting line on D-day.
In order to comply with health measures, note that the gauge of the Grand Prix de France 2021 is currently limited to 15,000 spectators per day, distributed in three sealed areas of 5,000 seats each.
If you want to attend the French Grand Prix and its many events then go to the official F1 Grand Prix ticket office to book your 3-day pass.
The F1 French Grand Prix on TV and streaming
In France, the F1 French Grand Prix will be broadcast on Canal +, via its one-year offer (from € 26.99 / month, including 1 free) or two years (from € 21.99 / month including 1 free).
If you prefer to follow it from your PC, your smartphone or even your tablet, Canal + offers its streaming channels thanks to a subscription without obligation (from € 21.99). In particular, you will be able to log into your account via the application MyCanal.fr.
Watch the 2021 French Grand Prix from abroad
If you are a Canal + subscriber, are not in France from June 25 to 27 and do not want to miss this sporting event, then you can subscribe to a VPN (Virtual Private Network).
With it, hide your location and browse sites as if you were in your home country (or anywhere in the world).