At just about every Grand Prix location, the race takes place at 2:00 pm. There are some exceptions, such as in Silverstone, England, where the race is an hour ahead, in order to be aired on television screens in Europe at 2:00.
Races run an average of 190 miles, which usually takes about 1 1/2 hours. If they are run during a rain storm, they take longer. But the rules stipulate that a race cannot run any longer than 2 hours, so even with several laps remaining a race will be stopped at that point and the leader is declared the winner.
After the race the top three drivers receive trophies on the victory podium, then take part in a television press conference, followed by one for the print media.