Formula 1 2013 Malaysian Grand Prix Live Streaming F1 GP Malaysia
Catch the 2013 Formula 1 Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix on free-to-air channel ntv7 which will televise the Malaysian Grand Prix from Sepang live, Sunday, at 3.50pm and 3.30pm respectively.
Here is few links to watch race online.
Ntv7 will have its very own Grandstand hosted by Joanne de Rozario to give viewers the latest developments, current standings and recaps that will be aired 30 minutes before and after the races.
In addition, the Feel Good Channel will offer extensive coverage of F1 Street Demonstration event, which took place on March 17 as well as studio shows and exclusive interviews from the Sepang International Circuit. All these will be aired during the Grandstand segment as well as its news editions.
Also, catch the qualifying round of the Malaysian F1 Grand Prix 2013 (live) on Star Sports (Astro channel 813) and Fox Sports Plus HD (Astro channel 832) at 3.30pm.
On Sunday, tune in on Star Sports (Astro channel 813) and Fox Sports Plus HD (Astro channel 832) at 3pm for the Malaysian F1 Grand Prix 2013 Raceday (live) and then the main race at 3.30pm. The race is then followed by the Chequered Flag session at 5.30pm.
The Malaysian circuit hosts the second race in the 2013 FIA Formula One World Championship after the season-opener, the 2013 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix, in Melbourne’s picturesque Albert Park circuit from March 15 to 17.
Meanwhile, with the school holidays starting tomorrow, catch Barbie Fairytopia: Mermaidia, an animated follow-up to Fairytopia at 11.32am on TV3.
The story picks up after Elina receives her wings. As she flies through the air, she learns from a young sea-butterfly fairy that her friend, Nalu, the merman prince, has been kidnapped by several of Laverna’s Fungi at the Crystal Cove. She is determined to save her friend, with the help of a mermaid, Nori.
Directed by Walter P. Martishius and William Lau, the movie has various names lending their voices for the characters including Kelly Sheridan, Lee Tockar, Christopher Gaze, Kathleen Barr, Chiara Zanni and Andrea Libman.
Grand Prix: The Winning Tale comes on tomorrow at 2pm on TV2. It’s about 14-year-old Alice, who could have been the most popular kid in her small town, but her father’s marriage means they are moving to the big city.
There, she runs into trouble with Rick, the school bully, and no matter what Alice does, he is relentless in terrorising her and her new friends. The only way to put Rick in his place is to beat him at his own sporting activity, go-kart racing.
Since she only has an old broken go-kart, Alice and her friends turn to Dom, an older kid who used to be the go-kart king. The latter teaches Alice that go-kart racing is not about just going fast, but also being patient and calm.