It runs into Saudi Arabiaon the Jeddah circuit, the second Gp of 2023 Formula 1 World Championship. After the victory in Bahrain in the opening race, Max Verstappen and Red Bull go hunting for an encore. Seek the ransom instead Ferrariwho made up for a 4th place at his debut with Sainz and a retreat with Leclerc. It won't be an easy race for the Monegasque driver of the Red Team, who will lose ten positions on the starting grid due to the ECU change on his SF-23.
Here is the weekend schedule, the qualifying and race times and the TV channels so you don't miss a single minute of engines.
Gp Saudi Arabia, the program: practice, qualifying, race
Free practice - Friday 17 March
2.30 pm: Free practice 1
6 pm: Free practice 2
Qualifying - Saturday 18th March
2.30 pm: Free practice 3
6 pm: Qualifications
Race - Sunday 19 March
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Where to see the Saudi Arabian GP on TV
The Formula 1 weekend will be broadcast live on Sky. Sunday the race at 18 Italian time, live on Sky Sport Uno, Sky Sport F1, Sky Sport 4K and streaming on Now. The Saudi Arabian GP will then be broadcast delayed from 21.30 on Tv8.