Australian GP | Schedule and where to watch the Australian GP race

The current world champion, current leader of the championship, he asserted a great time of 1:16.732 to take his first pole position at the Albert Park circuit in Melbourne, the 22nd of his career, the same ones that Alonso treasures. Along with him, the British George Russell (Mercedes) will start in the front row.

The good feelings of Mercedes They were endorsed by the ‘Top 3’ completed by Lewis Hamilton, who finished three tenths behind ‘Mad Max’ and who will share the second row of the grid with his former teammate at McLarenFernando Alonso, four tenths.

The other Spaniard in contention, Carlos Sainz, qualified fifth and will start with the Aston Martin of Canadian Lance Stroll, while the Monegasque Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) showed problems and could only be seventh. The Thai Alex Albon (Williams), the French Pierre Gasly (Alpine) and the German Nico Hulkenberg (Haas) closed the ‘Top 10’.

Australian F1 GP schedule

Sunday April 1

Where to watch the Australian F1 GP

As in previous seasons, the operator that maintains the broadcast rights for Formula 1 in Spain is DAZNso all the training, classifications and races of the 2023 season can be seen on their channels.

DAZN can be contracted independently, or within the platform Movistar Plus+, gaining access to their dials.

If you don’t have access to these channels, you can always follow the races live on our live broadcast.



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