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Formula 1 United States Grand Prix qualifying – Start time, how to watch, channel – Motorsport.com

Valtteri Bottas set the overall pace on Friday, leading his Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton with a time of 1m34.874s.
Red Bull’s Sergio Perez topped the second practice of the day, but his best lap was only third-quickest on the overall timesheets.
Perez’s teammate Max Verstappen ended some way off the pace in both sessions after a run-in with Hamilton’s Mercedes in FP2.
Qualifying for the United States Grand Prix will begin at 16:00 local time (-5 GMT) at Circuit of the Americas. The three-part session will last approximately one hour.
Can’t find your country or region in the list? Check the schedule page for the broadcast times in your local timezone.
Session
GMT
BST
CEST
ET
PT
AEST
JST
IST
FP1
16:30
17:30
18:30
12:30
09:30
02:30¹
01:30¹
22:00
FP2
21:00
22:00
13:00
05:00¹
01:30¹
FP3
18:00
19:00
20:00
14:00
04:00¹
23:30
Qualifying
21:00
22:00
23:00
17:00
14:00
06:00¹
02:30¹
Race 
19:00
20:00
21:00
15:00
12:00
05:00¹
04:00¹
Formula 1 is broadcast live in nearly every country around the world. 
Europe
Americas
Asia
Oceania
Africa
Viewers from selected countries can subscribe to F1 TV to stream qualifying on a device of their choice. Some local broadcasters such as Sky TV (UK), Movistar (Spain), Disney+ Hotstar (India) also offer their own on-demand service. 
Motorsport.com will bring the latest updates from Austin throughout the weekend, including live commentary during qualifying on Saturday.
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