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Schedule and where to see the classification of the Australian GP

The Monegasque Charles Leclerc (Ferrari), leader of the World Championship Formula Oneset the fastest time this Friday on the first day of free practice for the Australian Grand Prixthe third of the year, which takes place in the semi-urban circuit of Albert Park in Melbourne, where the Spaniards Carlos Sainz -mate of the previous one in the ‘Scuderia’ and who had been the fastest in the first test- and Fernando Alonso (Alpine) scored the third and fourth times, respectively; and the Mexican Sergio Pérez (Red Bull), the fifth.

Australia returns to the calendar after two years ago the later re-configured was blown up 2019 World Cup, due to the covid-19 pandemic. Melbourne, which was going to host, in March of that year, the first test of the championship, ended up suspending it shortly before the time in which free practice would have started, with all the teams displaced to Oceania and after the first positive for coronavirus.

Normality seems to return little by little to the premier category, in which, at the first opportunity and waiting for evolutions and developments, it is glimpsed that ferrari, the most successful team in history -and with it, Sainz- can dream of savoring the successes of yesteryear. while Mercedesthe great dominator of the past eight years – in which she celebrated six of the seven titles of ‘Sir’ Lewiswho won the first in 2008, with McLaren-, it seems that he has not yet found the key.

The third and last free practice will be held this Saturday, hours before qualifying, which will order the starting grid for the Sunday race scheduled for 58 lapsto complete a tour of 307 and a half kilometers.

Where to watch Formula 1 races

The 2021 Formula-1 2021 season can be followed live in Spain on television through Movistar+ and DAZN.

With regard to the main countries of Latin America, in Argentina, Colombia and Chile the great prizes can be followed through Fox Sports, while in Mexico Channel 9 Televisa will be in charge of the transmissions. For its part, in USA Formula-1 can be seen through ESPN.

Australian GP qualifying schedule

Saturday April 9

  • Free practice 3 5:00 – 6:00 hours

  • Classification: 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

Sunday April 10


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