the Australian F1 GP on TV; live Sky, postponed on TV8 | FormulaPassion – Formula 1

    the Australian F1 GP on TV;  live Sky, postponed on TV8 |  FormulaPassion – Formula 1

    On the way to Melbourne

    The third chapter of the 2023 F1 Championship which will be divided into 23 races is Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne, a circuit that was used in the recent past to open up seasonal dances by hosting the season opener, a tradition that stopped after 2019. The Albert Park track in the 2022 edition introduced some significant new layouts in an effort to make the races more exciting. In the latest edition, the fourth DRS area has yet to be confirmed after free practice tests, but this year, on paper, it will be possible for drivers to open the moving wing in the fast section resulting from the cancellation of the Clark chicane (Turn 9). In 2022, Charles Leclerc and Ferrari celebrate the triple pole position, race win and fastest lapbut the insufficient competitiveness of the SF-23 that appeared at the beginning of the season makes it difficult for Monegasque to dream of appearing.

    Live on Sky, postponed on TV8

    The event will be broadcast on direct on Sky Sports F1while on TV8 will be broadcast on Postponed Qualifications and race. on As always you will find live typing for all sessions. Below are details of the TV programmes, features of the Melbourne circuit and the honor roll of the Australian Grand Prix which the Adelaide circuit has also hosted in the past.

    2023 Australian Grand Prix, TV schedule and times

    Friday, March 31st
    03:30 – 04:30 First free practice session
    07:00-08:00 Second free training session
    Saturday 1st April
    03:30-04:30 Third free practice session
    07:00-08:00 Qualification (delayed on TV8 at 14:00)
    Sunday 2 April
    07.00 race (delayed on TV8 at 15.00)

    2023 Australian Grand Prix, Melbourne Circuit

    Albert Park circuit
    Length: 5,303 km
    Bends: 14 (9 right, 5 left)
    DRS Zones: 4 (even if there are 3 on the map, the one before Curva-11 is also expected)
    Race distance: 58 laps (306.124 km)
    Record lap time: 1’20” 260 (Charles Leclerc with Ferrari in 2022)

    Australian Grand Prix Hall of Fame

    in the order of drivers Max Verstappen He reached this date with just one point ahead of his box-mate Sergio Perez (44 points to 43). Behind the Red Bull duo, Fernando Alonso with 30 points.In the constructors’ standings, Red Bull is already ahead of the Aston Martin and Mercedes duo in second place with 38 points. Ferrari is fourth with 26 points and Charles Leclerc must recover after the worst start to the championship since driving for the Maranello team. Monaco collected only six points.

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