It’s the debut Russian Grand Prix as the 2014 Formula 1 season gets exciting. Find out how you can watch a live stream from Sochi.
Where: Sochi Autodrom.
When: Sunday 12 October, 12.00 BST.
Live Stream: NOW TV Sky Sports Day Pass
The Formula 1 season heads to the Sochi Autodrom for the inaugural Russian Grand Prix with things getting exciting at this late stage.
The current leader of the Drivers’ Championship, Lewis Hamilton, will start on pole, whilst his closest rival and Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg is second.
Williams’ Valterri Bottas is in third, whilst McLaren duo Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen reside either side of Torro Rosso’s Daniil Kvyat – who is racing in front of his home fans.
Marussia will have just one driver on the grid after choosing not to replace Jules Bianchi, who was left hospitalised last week after crashing into a recovery vehicle.
The match will be live on Sky Sports with coverage starting at 11am. If you don’t have a Sky subscription why not grab yourself a NOW TV Sky Sports Day Pass – Pay As You Go access to all 6 Sky Sports channels for the first time ever!
For just £6.99 you can enjoy all six Sky Sports channels live for 24 hours without a contract and because the 24 hours starts when the pass is activated, not when it’s bought, you don’t have to wait until kick off to get yours.
Or, for just £4 more at £10.99, get 7 days of the biggest events and matches, including:
– Luxembourg v Spain – 12 Oct
– Iceland v Netherlands – 13 Oct
– Wales v Cyprus – 13 Oct
– Poland v Scotland – 14 Oct