The Formula 1 Australian GP takes place at the Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne from this Friday, March 31 to April 2. The third stop of the World Cup starts with Red Bull as the greatest rival to beat and with Max Verstappen as the leader of the standings after winning in Bahrain and second place in Saudi Arabia, with his teammate, Checo Pérez, just one point behind. . The battle between the two Red Bull drivers will be one of the biggest attractions of the season, in which Fernando Alonso has started on the right foot, achieving two third places. The Asturian now aspires to get back on the podium in Australia and dreams of achieving his 33rd victory in Formula 1. Mercedes is Aston Martin’s main competitor in the fight to get on the drawer with the two Red Bulls. Carlos Sainz will look to climb the positions after finishing fourth in Bahrain but not being able to get past sixth place in Arabia, both times being the best Ferrari.
Where to watch the Australian Grand Prix?
Practice and the race of the 2023 Australian GP, held at the Albert Park circuit, can be followed through DAZN, which owns the rights to the competition.
Schedules of the Australian GP of F1
Friday March 31
- Free practice 1: 3:30 p.m.
- Free practice 2: 07:00
Saturday April 1
- Free practice 3: 3:30 a.m.
- Classification: 07:00
Sunday April 2
- Race: 07:00 a.m. (58 laps)
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