Where to watch Formula 1 sprint races on TV in the US

This Saturday, June 29, the Austrian Grand Prix Sprint will take place at the iconic Red Bull Ring located in Spielberg. (Austria).

After qualifying on Friday, drivers will now prepare to score more points in this new test which will serve as a preview for the big race on Sunday.

The opening stage of the Austrian GP sprint race

  1. Max Verstappen
  2. Lando Norris
  3. Oscar Piastre
  4. George Russell
  5. Carlos Sainz
  6. Lewis Hamilton
  7. Sergio 'Chego' Perez
  8. Esteban Ocon
  9. Pierre Casely
  10. Charles Leclerc
  11. Kevin Magnussen
  12. Lance walks
  13. Fernando Alonso
  14. Yuki Tsunoda
  15. Logan Sgt
  16. Daniel Ricciardo
  17. Nico Hulkenberg
  18. Valtteri Bottas
  19. Alex Alban
  20. Zhou Guanyu

What will the F1 sprint scoring system look like?

Since its introduction in 2021, sprint racing has added excitement and strategy to the weekend. Grand Prix in Formula 1.

In 2024, the scoring system for these races has been approved and remains unchanged from the previous season.


The scoring system for Formula 1 sprint races in 2024 distributes points as follows:

  • Winner (1st Place): 8 points
  • 2nd place: 7 points

  • 3rd Place: 6 points
  • 4th Place: 5 points
  • 5th Place: 4 points
  • 6th Place: 3 points
  • 7th Place: 2 points

This means that the first eight drivers to cross the finish line during a sprint race will receive points for the Drivers' World Championship and the World Constructors' Championship. Formula 1.

Initially introduced in 2021, the scoring format has since evolved. In the inaugural season of sprint racing, only the top three finishers scored points.

However, this distribution was expanded to the top eight in 2022 and has remained this way to date, including the 2024 season.

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Also, it should be noted that unlike the practice in 2021, the finish order of the sprint race does not determine the starting grid. Great gift Sunday in 2024.

This season, as in the previous one (2023), the grid for Sunday's main race is established according to Saturday's classification, giving an additional strategic twist to the race weekend.


Where to watch and schedule for the 2024 Austrian Grand Prix Sprint

The Austrian Grand Prix will hold its sprint race on Saturday, June 29 at the Red Bull Ring in Spielberg.. Qualifying will start at:

  • Eastern America: 06.00
  • Central America: 05.00
  • Western America: 02.00

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In AmericaYou can follow the Sprint live on ESPN and ESPN Deportes.

Likewise, they can follow all the details Austrian Grand Prix in exclusive coverage brought to you by the Mundo Deportivo USA editorial team.

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