F1 French Grand Prix 2021 Highlights, Results & Full Replay Video


Max Verstappen and Red Bull have dominated the French Grand Prix so far, with Verstappen took Sunday’s pole position ahead of Lewis Hamilton. Both the drivers are placed at the difference of just four points. Now all eyes are on Today’s Sunday race in France. If you miss the live race, you can catch F1 French Grand Prix 2021 highlights video and race result after every session.

Q1, Q2 and Q3 results from qualifying at the French Grand Prix 2021

1 Max Verstappen NED Red Bull Racing 1m31.001s 1m31.080s 1m29.990s
2 Lewis Hamilton GBR Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team 1m31.237s 1m30.788s 1m30.248s
3 Valtteri Bottas FIN Mercedes AMG Petronas Formula One Team 1m31.669s 1m30.735s 1m30.376s
4 Sergio Perez MEX Red Bull Racing 1m31.560s 1m30.971s 1m30.445s
5 Carlos Sainz ESP Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow 1m32.079s 1m31.146s 1m30.840s
6 Pierre Gasly FRA Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda 1m31.898s 1m31.353s 1m30.868s
7 Charles Leclerc MON Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow 1m32.209s 1m31.567s 1m30.987s
8 Lando Norris GBR McLaren F1 Team 1m31.733s 1m31.542s 1m31.252s
9 Fernando Alonso ESP Alpine F1 Team 1m32.158s 1m31.549s 1m31.340s
10 Daniel Ricciardo AUS McLaren F1 Team 1m32.181s 1m31.615s 1m31.382s
11 Esteban Ocon FRA Alpine F1 Team 1m32.139s 1m31.736s  
12 Sebastian Vettel GER Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One Team 1m32.132s 1m31.767s  
13 Antonio Giovinazzi ITA Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen 1m32.722s 1m31.813s  
14 George Russell GBR Williams Racing 1m33.060s 1m32.065s  
15 Mick Schumacher GER Uralkali Haas F1 Team 1m32.942s No Time Set  
16 Nicholas Latifi CAN Williams Racing 1m33.062s    
17 Kimi Raikkonen FIN Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen 1m33.354s    
18 Nikita Mazepin RUS Uralkali Haas F1 Team 1m33.554s    
19 Lance Stroll CAN Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One Team 2m21.584s    
20 Yuki Tsunoda JPN Scuderia AlphaTauri Honda No Time Set    

The French Grand Prix is back on the F1 calendar, which was cancelled due to the covid-19 pandemic. The 2021 French Formula 1 GP is the seventh race of the season, taking place at the Paul Ricard Circuit. Valtteri Bottas tops the opening practice session ahead of Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen.

Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton lead the drivers’ championship, and French GP is expected to be a thrilling encounter between them. Both drivers were crashed out in Azerbaijan, making way for Sergio Perez’s first victory for Red Bull.

SkySports holds the official broadcasting rights of Formula 1 in the United Kingdom, while F1 live streaming is available on the SkyGo app. Motorsport fans can also buy NOW TV Day Pass to watch French GP F1 priced at £9.99. The app is available for mobile phones, smart TV, tablet, PCs and streaming devices.

French F1 Grand Prix 2021 Schedule

F1 French Grand Prix 2021 Highlights & Results

The Formula 1 French Grand Prix 2021 begins on June 18 and will end on June 20. The Paul Ricard Circuit started with the Friday practice 1 and 2 sessions followed by Saturday, June 19 qualifying round, while the Formula 1 French GP 2021 is scheduled to take place on Sunday at 14:00 UK time.

The Sunday’s race will start at 9 a.m. ET. Here’s the complete TV schedule for the French Grand Prix (Eastern.

Date Event Time (ET) TV channel
Friday, June 18 Practice 1 5:30 a.m. ESPN2
Friday, June 18 Practice 2 9:00 a.m. ESPNU
Saturday, June 19 Practice 3 6:00 a.m. ESPN2
Saturday, June 19 Qualifying 9:00 a.m. ESPN2
Sunday, June 20 Race 9:00 a.m. ESPNee
1971 53 5.842km 309.69 km   1:32.740 Sebastian Vettel (2019)

F1 French Grand Prix 2021 Highlights & Results

The French Grand Prix is all set to witness the Mercedes vs Red Bull fight as Max Verstappen is at 107 points and Lewis Hamilton at 104 points. Both Red Bull and Mercedes drivers would take the lead in the championship at French F1 GP.

The qualifying and Sunday race results of the French Grand Prix will be updated here; you can watch the live coverage of the French Grand Prix on Sky Sports F1, ESPN and ESPN Deportes for Spanish-language with the pre-race build-up starting at 6.30 pm BST and the red lights set to go out at 7 pm. If you are away from home, catch the F1 French Grand Prix 2021 highlights with a full race replay video here.


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