Sky Sports F1's Gulf Air Bahrain GP Schedule

Watch all the action from Sakhir live only with Sky Sports F1

Last Updated: 19/04/12 9:06am

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Sky Sports F1 will be the only place to watch live coverage of the Bahrain GP this weekend.

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And after some bleary-eyed starts to follow the action over the opening three rounds of 2012, the Gulf nation's closer proximity to Europe means your anti-social F1-watching hours are a thing of the past - well, for the next few months at least - as the season really begins to get into full swing after a thrilling start.

The live action from Sakhir's Bahrain International Circuit gets underway on Sky Sports F1 HD on Friday with our coverage of Practice 1 on air at 7.45am for a 8am session start, with the team back on screen for Practice 2 at 11.45am.

Saturday is a similar drill, with Practice 3 live from 8.45am before our hour-long build up to Qualifying starts at 11am.

Race day begins with our usual 90 minutes of build up from 11.30am with the red lights on the fourth round of the season - and first at the Bahrain International Circuit since 2010 - going off at 1pm.

Sky Sports F1 HD's Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix Schedule:

Friday 20 April
Practice 1: 7:45am
Practice 2: 11:45am

Saturday 21 April
Practice 3: 8:45am
Qualifying: 11:00am

Sunday 22 April
Race day: 11:30am

Sky Sports F1 TV Times For the 2012 Season

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