The Formula One season is reaching boiling point. Up next is the 2020 Russian Grand Prix. Valtteri Bottas must beat Lewis Hamilton to revive his championship hopes while Max Verstappen will be keen to stop another Mercedes one-two. Follow our guide for the best 2020 Russian Grand Prix live stream of practice, qualifying and the race, online from anywhere in the world. Image for post LIVE►http://bit.ly/access-f1-racing-live-stream LIVE►http://bit.ly/sportslivestream-tv Those in the UK will need to subscribe to Sky to watch the Russian Grand Prix live. F1 fans in the US can stream every race live for just $79.99 per year via F1 TV Pro (don’t forget, you’ll need a VPN to access your account when outside of the US). So far, Sochi is shaping up nicely. Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas went fastest in first and second practice, 0.287 seconds ahead of teammate Lewis Hamilton. Red Bull’s Max Verstappen could only manage 7th after an uncharacteristic spin. Are Mercedes in a league of their own? Verstappen believes Renault could be the team to beat in todays qualifying. We’ll find out today. Qualifying starts at 1pm BST. Are Mercedes in a league of their own? Verstappen believes Renault could be the team to beat in todays qualifying. We’ll find out today. Qualifying starts at 1pm BST. Having made its debut on the 2014 F1 calendar, the Russian GP has been dominated by Mercedes with it taking wins in every year. While Mercedes has flourished in Russia, Red Bull has never scored a podium — a trend Max Verstappen will be hoping to end this weekend with the Dutchman 80 points behind runaway championship leader Lewis Hamilton. FP3 is about to get underway as the action in Sochi heats up. Valterri Bottas was in tremendous form yesterday and topped both FP1 and FP2. But it is in today’s afternoon’s qualifying session where he we will need to perform if he is to gain pole position. His efforts to do so in the previous Grand Prix in Tuscany were foiled after an ill-timed yellow flag — caused by a spinning Esteban Ocon — left his first place hopes in the hands of Lewis Hamilton. The only chance of the Brit not equalling Michael Schumacher’s F1 wins record appears to be via his teammate, with the Mercedes pair far ahead of the rest of the grid yesterday, but there is a long way to go

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