F1 returns two years later to the renovated Albert Park. It starts from the duel between Leclerc and Verstappen. The full program and live TV shows from Sky and postponed on TV8
Everything is ready in Melbourne for the Australian race. After a two-year layoff due to Covid, F1 is finally making a stop at Albert Park, which is hosting the third round of the World Championship over the weekend. The path that drivers will find in some places, particularly the sequence between 9 and 10, has been modified to increase speed and allow for more attacks.
It starts with the duel between Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen that lit up the first two races of the season in Bahrain and Arabia. A victory for Ferrari Monaco, a victory for the Dutch world champion Red Bull. Australia, which is tracked with stretches, sharp changes in direction and some sharp braking, will be an interesting testing platform to assess the performance of the Ferrari F1-75 and Red Bull RB18. The race distance is about 58 laps.
Timetables and program
These are the Australian Grand Prix times, with full live TV coverage on SKY Sport F1.
This is delayed on TV8
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