Although, used to. The last few Grands Prix actually all let go of the regular Formula 1 timetable. Also in Portugal you have to pay attention. On Friday, the first two free practice sessions start one hour later than normal, at 12:00 PM and 4:00 PM respectively.
A day later everything normalizes a bit when the third free practice starts at 12:00 PM and the qualification starts at 3:00 PM. On Sunday, however, the race itself starts an hour earlier than normal, at 2:10 PM. More than an hour and a half later we know who will succeed Jacques Villeneuve, who was the last winner of the Portuguese Grand Prix in 1996, which was then still held at Estoril.