F1, Gp Jeddah qualifying: times and where to see them

F1, Gp Jeddah qualifying: times and where to see them

In Jeddah, after the first two free practice sessions on Friday, it's time for qualifying ahead of the Saudi Arabian GP, ​​the second round of the F1 World Championship. The man to beat is the usual Verstappen, already winner in the first race in Bahrain, who proved to be still head and shoulders above everyone else by dominating the first two free practice sessions. Before qualifying, scheduled for 6pm, there will be third free practice at 2.30pm. The Ferraris, which appeared delayed (9th time for Leclerc, 10th for Sainz), will try to make up ground especially compared to the Aston Martins of Alonso (2nd) and Stroll (7th) and the Alpines of Ocon (4th) and Gasly (6th). Leclerc in particular will be called to change pace also because he will be penalized 10 positions on the starting grid after replacing an electronic component on his SF-23.

F1, Gp Saudi Arabia free practice owned by Verstappen. Sainz ninth, Leclerc tenth

Where to see the qualifications on TV and in streaming

The qualifications of the Saudi Arabian GP will be broadcast live on satellite TV at 6 pm on Sky Sport Uno (channel 201), Sky Sport F1 HD (channel 207) and Sky Sport 4K (channel 213) and will be visible in streaming on SkyGo and Now. The qualifications will be broadcast unencrypted at 21.30 on TV8 HD and tv8.it. Sky will also follow the third free practice sessions live at 2.30pm on Sky Sport F1.

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by Giuseppe Antonio Perrelli

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