LEWIS HAMILTON is aiming to equal Michael Schumacher's record 90 Formula 1 wins as the entertaining season continues in Russia.
Two weeks on from mayhem at Mugello, the drivers will be looking for an altogether calmer afternoon after multiple races which have stunned fans.
Hamilton will be licking his lips given Mercedes' domination of the Russian circuit in recent years - and starts on pole after edging out Valtteri Bottas in qualifying.
When is Russian GP?
What TV channel is the Russian Grand Prix on and can I live stream it?
You can catch every moment of drama across the race weekend on Sky Sports F1.
Coverage of the race will begin at 10.30am on Sunday, and the actual race begins at 12.10pm
If you're not a Sky subscriber, grab a NOW TV pass from just £9.99 for a day or £25 for a month to stream on a number of devices.
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