It's been an unpredictable F1 season so far this year, with Lewis in no.2 spot on the leaderboard after Austria. Vettel's lead is paper-thin, though, so expect more leapfrogging action as the circus arrives in England this week.
This year fewer races are being shown live on free-to-air TV. In the UK just 10 races are being broadcast live on Channel, but the British Grand Prix is one of them.
Sky is showing all races live during the 2018 season, with Channel 4 offering highlights later on after the race ends for those 11 that are exclusive to Sky.
To watch races on Sky you need the appropriate Sky Sports package, and access to a mobile device for the Sky Go app. Alternatively, you can watch it on Sky's Now TV service on a pay-per-view basis.
Sky will be broadcasting practice, qualifying and races in Ultra HD and also offering certain elements in VR via the Sky VR app. You can find out more on Sky’s website.
Note that from 2019, Sky will be showing all races exclusively. It's unclear whether UK fans will be able to subscribe to the forthcoming official F1 online portal because this may conflict with Sky's exclusive deal.
Which F1 races will be on Channel 4 in 2018?
Here's the schedule for UK TV, so you can see which ones you'll be able to watch on free-to-air TV and online.
When is the British Grand Prix on?
This weekend's race is on Channel 4 and Sky. But you'll need to be a subscriber (or buy a Now TV day pass) to watch it on Sky.
To watch live, the race starts at 2.10pm in the UK, Sunday 8 July. For the full build-up, tune in from about 12.30pm.
If you want to catch the qualifying, that's being shown on Sky and Channel 4 at 12.55pm on Saturday 7 July.
And if you're unable to get to a TV or record it, the race will subsequently be available to watch via the All 4 app. The same is true of qualifying.
|Australian Grand Prix||23-25 March||Sky|
|Bahrain Grand Prix||6-8 April||Sky & Channel 4|
|Chinese Grand Prix||13-15 April||Sky|
|Azerbaijan Grand Prix||27-29 April||Sky & Channel 4|
|Spanish Grand Prix||11-13 May||Sky|
|Monaco Grand Prix||25-27 May||Sky & Channel 4|
|Canadian Grand Prix||8-10 June||Sky|
|French Grand Prix||22-24 June||Sky|
|Austrian Grand Prix||29 June - 1 July||Sky & Channel 4|
|British Grand Prix||6-8 July||Sky & Channel 4|
|German Grand Prix||20-22 July||Sky|
|Hungarian Grand Prix||27-29 July||Sky|
|Belgian Grand Prix||24-26 August||Sky & Channel 4|
|Italian Grand Prix||31 August - 2 September||Sky|
|Singapore Grand Prix||14-16 September||Sky & Channel 4|
|Russian Grand Prix||28-30 September||Sky|
|Japanese Grand Prix||5-7 October||Sky & Channel 4|
|United States Grand Prix||19-21 October||Sky & Channel 4|
|Mexican Grand Prix||26-28 October||Sky|
|Brazilian Grand Prix||9-11 November||Sky|
|Abu Dhabi Grand Prix||23-25 November||Sky & Channel 4|
For those who want to watch the Sky coverage but don't want a satellite dish or those pricey subscriptions, the alternative is Now TV. This is also a Sky product, but it doesn't tie you in. You can pay daily, weekly or monthly, but unless you get a deal, the standard prices of £7.98, £12.98 and £33.98 are very expensive.
If you prefer not to use the All 4 app, you can try TVCatchup. This lets you watch live free-to-air UK television on your computer, phone, tablet or games console. Versions of the site optimised for iPad and iPhone are available at ipad.tvcatchup.com and iphone.tvcatchup.com, and there's also a TVCatchup app available in the Apple Appstore and Google Play Store.
Head to TVCatchup.com and go to the TV Guide. Choose the correct channel for the particular session (either quali or the race) you want to watch live online. You can also change the stream quality, which is useful if you don't have a particularly fast broadband connection.
You'll have to watch an advert to start with, but then it will stream the channel. If you're using a desktop browser you can use TVCatchup's new Desktop Player to watch and record live TV.