Merakyat.org – Hello, fellow Formula One enthusiasts! 🏎️ The moment we’ve all been eagerly waiting for is almost here. Yes, you guessed it right! The electrifying Singapore Grand Prix is just around the corner, and we’ve got all the details you need to catch every heart-stopping moment live.
Imagine this: The sun has barely risen, and you’re nestled comfortably in your favourite chair, a cup of hot coffee in hand. The clock strikes 7:55 AM ET, and your heart starts to race. It’s time to tune into ESPN or ESPN+ to witness the grand spectacle that is the F1 Singapore Grand Prix. But wait, there’s more! To get you into the right mood, ESPN has arranged a special pre-race coverage starting at 6:30 AM ET, titled “Grand Prix Sunday”. Trust us, you wouldn’t want to miss this!
Now, let’s talk about the venue that’s as spectacular as the race itself – the Marina Bay Street Circuit in Singapore. This iconic circuit promises a race filled with excitement and adrenaline as the best drivers in the world navigate through its challenging turns and straights. And guess who’s leading the pack? None other than the victorious Max Verstappen, fresh from his triumph at the Italian Grand Prix. The stakes are high, and the excitement is through the roof!
But that’s not all, folks! The 2023 Formula One season has been nothing short of revolutionary, offering expanded viewing options for American F1 fans across various platforms. This year, ESPN platforms will air all 23 races in the championship, with a whopping 18 on ABC or ESPN, and the remaining five on ESPN2. And for the first time in history, the F1 season will feature three races in the U.S., including the inaugural Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix scheduled for November. Exciting times, isn’t it?
And if you’re someone who breathes and lives F1, ESPN has got you covered with year-round coverage on their dedicated site, keeping you updated with the latest happenings in the F1 world. You can also catch the “Unlapped” video podcast program on the ESPN YouTube channel, where ESPN’s F1 reporters bring you closer to the action with exclusive interviews and insights.
So, gear up, folks! The Singapore Grand Prix is promising to be a race like no other, bringing you closer to the action, the drama, and the glory that is Formula One. Remember, the date is Sunday, September 17, and the place to be is ESPN or ESPN+. See you at the race!