MAX VERSTAPPEN is on home turf as he looks to turn up the heat on Lewis Hamilton in the F1 Dutch Grand Prix.
The Dutchman moved to within three points of the Brit after picking up half points from a controversial win in Belgium.
The 'race' at Spa, which was criticised by both Verstappen and Hamilton, consisted of two laps behind the safety car with every driver ending up in the position they finished qualifying in.
What time is the F1 Dutch Grand Prix?
- The Dutch Grand Prix race weekend takes place from Friday, September 3 to Sunday, September 5.
- Qualifying takes place on Saturday September 5 at 2pm.
- Practice Three takes place before at 11am on the Saturday.
What TV channel is the F1 Dutch Grand Prix on and can I live stream it?
- The F1 Dutch Grand Prix weekend will be live on Sky Sports F1.
- To stream the action live, head to your Sky Go account.
- Non-Sky Sports subscribers can still watch all the action with a Now TV Day Pass from £9.99.
- Friday's coverage commences at 10am.
- Saturday's coverage commences at 10.45am.
- Sunday's coverage commences at 12.30pm.
Practice One – 10.30am
Practice Two – 2pm
Practice Three – 11am
Qualifying – 2pm
Race – 2pm
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