We are now moments away from the Spanish Grand Prix start time and of course, the options of how to watch are extremely limited unless you have Sky’s dedicated channel. Are you wondering what time does the race start? In a nutshell, make sure you have the fifth race of the season tuned in with Sky Sports F1 from 12PM today, Sunday May 15th, unless you want to follow the action through live blogs online.

You can be sure to get lap-by-lap action on the said channel, or live blogs found at websites like Telegraph and BBC. The said sites also features apps, which will no doubt be covering the action live if you are on the move while the current Circuit de Catalunya race is taking place.

If you are wondering about the starting grid then the top 5 rows feature Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg in the 1st row for Mercedes, Max Verstappe and Daniel Ricciardo in the 2nd row, Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen and the 3rd row, Carlos Sainz Jr and Valtteri Bottas in the 4th, while Fernando Alonso and Sergio Perez are in the 5th row.


What are your expectations for the Spanish Grand Prix F1 race on May 15, 2016? Lewis Hamilton explained pre-race that he’s “delighted” this race makes “three out of three” for him. Following problems with the car yesterday, he’s really happy with the response.