The eighth round of the 2018 Formula One season returns to Europe and to France for the first time in a decade. The Circuit Paul Ricard last hosted a Grand Prix in 1990, when home favourite Alain Prost won for Ferrari. The circuit has been modified since then but still retains some of its original character. There are 167 possible configurations of the current circuit, fact fans.
When is it?
The action runs from Friday June 22 until Sunday June 24. Practice takes place on the Friday with qualifying on Saturday and the race on Sunday, as is customary.
What time does it start?
Qualifying begins at 3pm BST on Saturday, whilst the race on Sunday gets under way at 3.10pm BST, both having been moved back an hour to avoid a clash with the World Cup - which is handy if you want to watch England's second group match against Panama.
Source : https://www.telegraph.co.uk/formula-1/2018/06/22/french-grand-prix-2018-time-does-race-start-tv-channel-odds/