What is it?
T the Grand Prix of Germany 2018 in Hockenheim, which since 2016 for the first time returns to the Formula 1 calendar. Whether it will stay in the calendar is another topic. It is the first race since the first triple header of the F1 and is the fifth race in six weeks before the traditional summer break in August, ending next week in Hungary.
When is this?
The action begins on Friday, July 20, with training on Saturday, July 21, and the race on Sunday, July 22.
When does it start?
The qualifying starts at 14.00 BST on Saturday and the race starts at 21.20 (BST).
On which TV channel is it?
As always, coverage will be broadcast live on Sky Sports F1. Channel 4 also has highlights from Hockenheim. Qualification coverage will commence on Saturday at 13:00 BST with the race program at 12:30 on Sky with the On The Grid coverage at 13:30. Sky's usual suspects will be present throughout the weekend to build and analyze: Damon Hill, Martin Brundle, Johnny Herbert, David Croft, and others.
You can also watch the German Grand Prix on Now TV with a Sky Sports Day Pass for £ 7.99.