The 2017 BRDC British Formula 3 Championship roared into life at Oulton Park on Easter weekend, and you can watch all the action from a dramatic meeting in Cheshire this Saturday morning.
The one-hour long highlights programme will be first broadcast at 08:55 am on ITV4, before following at 09:55 am on ITV4+1. Motorsport.tv will first screen the programme at 20:00 in the UK but if you can’t catch it then, you have another chance to watch them on ITV4 at 11:50pm on Sunday evening.
BT Sport meanwhile will broadcast the programme at midnight on Sunday evening before replaying the show at 19:00 on Tuesday. Motors TV Europe will broadcast the programme across the continent at 20:45 on Saturday evening whilst Latin American viewers will be able to watch all the action from Oulton Park at 20:00 the same day.
The programme will also be available on the online ITV Hub for 30 days after first broadcast, so don’t worry if you can’t catch the highlights on TV this weekend.
Enaam Ahmed completed a clean sweep of race wins at Oulton Park, taking victory in all three races on ‘Super Monday’. His Carlin team-mate Cameron Das qualified on pole position but a slow start frustrated his hopes of victory, whilst long-time leader Toby Sowery skated off into the gravel near the end to give Ahmed the win.
Ahmed picked his way through the race two carnage to take the reverse-grid encounter before leading from lights-to-flag in race three.
Watch Oulton Park highlights
Saturday 22nd April
ITV4 – 08:55
ITV4+1 – 09:55
Motors TV – 20:00
Motors TV Latin America – 20:00
Motors TV Europe – 20:45
Sunday 23rd April
ITV4 – 23:50
Monday 24th April
BT Sport 1 – 00:00
Motors TV – 13:40
Tuesday 25th April
BT Sport 2 – 19:00
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