The Formula One TV Schedule

With the formula one tv schedule taking the cameras to the Hungarian Grand Prix next, all of racing fans eyes will be fixated upon what could prove to be a pivotal weekend in the drivers' championship.

After just passing the half way mark of the seasons calendar of races, Sebastien Vettel holds a comfortable lead at the top of the leaderboard, with Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber some way behind in second position. Great Britain's Lewis Hamilton will be hoping to replace Webber in second and keep up his impressive form that saw him win the Grand Prix in Germany. All indications suggest Hamilton has carried his momentum forward to Hungary after finishing the quickest in practice earlier today.

It is sure to be a fascinating second half of the season but it will undoubtedly take something special to deny Vettel of consecutive Formula one Championships.

The schedule from here on in is listed below:

Hungarian Grand Prix (Hungaroring) 29-31 July

Belgian Grand Prix (Spa-Francorchamps) 26-28 August

Italian Grand Prix (Monza) 9-11 September

Singapore Grand Prix (Singapore) 23-25 September

Japanese Grand Prix (Suzuka) 7-9 October

Korean Grand Prix (Korea International circuit, Yeongam) 14-16 October

Indian Grand Prix (Greater Noida) 28-30 October

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (Yas Marina) 11-13 November

Brazillian Grand Prix (Interlagos) 25-27 November

So there you have it, nine races remaining in another fascinating Formula one season, will anyone be able to stop Sebastien Vettel?

It's interesting to note lastly that today saw a huge announcement in Formula One where Sky Sports will be broadcasting Formula One between 2012 and 2018.

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