After a weekend away, due to the summer break, Formula 1 returns, and it does so with the Dutch Grand Prix, which will be held at the Zandvoort circuit. In the race, Max Verstappen, who leads this year’s F1 standings with 314 points, will try to beat the record for consecutive victories for Red Bull that Sebastian Vettel achieved in 2013. On the other hand, the Spanish drivers, Fernando Alonso and Carlos Sainz will try to give everything to achieve the best positions.
The Belgian arrives after having achieved first place at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium in a day in which he shone, since he started in sixth position, but before halfway through the race he was already in first position. As for his rivals, Fernando Alonso managed to be fifth in Spa after a bad sprint and this weekend he hopes to keep that third place overall. Carlos Sainz, for his part, reaches a circuit that is not his favorite, since he does not have a great history in the Dutch F1 GP.
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But it is indeed one of Max Verstappen’s favorite circuits. But that’s not all, since the public will be a real orange tide supporting him. Therefore, we can say that it is great favorite of the race this Sunday.
Rain could be a deciding factor in the Big prizewith a 50% chance during qualifying, a percentage that decreases ahead of the race, standing at around 40%,
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Where to watch Formula 1 races
One more year, those in charge of broadcasting Formula 1 in Spain are Dazn and Movistar+, which share emission. In principle, none of the grand prizes can be seen in the open.
If you don’t have access to these options, you can always follow the races live on our live broadcast.
What time are the Formula 1 races
In this 2023 season, most European races will be held on Sundays at 3:00 p.m., as happened in the 2022 season, although the time slot will vary depending on the corner of the planet in which they are played. And it is that the ‘Great Circus’ will visit this 2023 four of the five continents: Europe, Asia, America and Oceania