GP Saudi Arabia 2023: times and where to see it on TV
The surprising mechanical problems that hit Verstappen's Red Bull in qualifying make the GP of theSaudi Arabiasecond trial of Formula 1 World Championship. The Dutch world champion will be forced to start from 15th place and therefore called for a great comeback if he wants to hit his second success of the season. On pole is team mate Sergio Perez, followed by Fernando Alonso. In the second row are George Russell and Carlos Sainz. The Ferrari they reacted great after a black friday settling with Leclerc the second best time. The Monegasque, however, will start in 12th position as he is forced to serve the penalty of 10 places for changing the ECU.
Where to see the Saudi Arabian GP on TV and in streaming
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 in streaming on SkyGo and Now. The race will also be visible in the clear, but delayed at 21.30, on TV8 HD and tv8.it.