Today, Sunday 19 March, the Saudi Arabian GP will take place, the second round of the 2023 F1 World Championship. On the trail of Jeddaha decidedly uncertain race is expected and are expected 50 particularly tight lapsin which the pilots will not be able to afford the slightest drool.
The Mexican will start from pole position Sergio Perez. The Red Bull standard bearer repeated what he did last year, ahead of the Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc and a big one Fernando Alonso on Aston Martin. The Monegasque of Ferrari, however, will start from 12th pitch for the use of the third seasonal control unit, with a 10-position penalty. A tough race awaits for Leclerc and we’ll see if the SF-23 will give him the opportunity to recover.
The same will have to do it Max Verstappen: the Dutchman was stopped by a problem with the axle shaft of the RB19 and will start his race from the 15th spot. For the pace shown, Max could produce a furious comeback and the show will certainly not fail. Other drivers will try to take advantage of it, such as the aforementioned Fernando Alonso, George Russell with Mercedes and Spanish Carlos Sainz (Ferrari). The Iberian wasn’t very convincing in managing qualifying, but he said he was more confident with a view to the race.
The Saudi Arabian GP will be transmitted live TV on Sky Sport Uno (201), Sky Sport F1 (207), Sky Sport 4K (213), streaming on SkyGo and NOW. On TV8 it will be possible to follow clearly deferred the racestarting from 21.30. OA Sports will offer you the LIVE LIVE text of the Jeddah GP.
SAUDI ARABIA GP F1 CALENDAR 2023 TODAY
Sunday 19 March
18.00, F1, Race (50 laps) – Live TV on Sky Sport Uno (201), Sky Sport F1 (207) and on Sky Sport 4K (213)
PLAN SAUDI ARABIAN GP F1 2023: HOW TO FOLLOW IT ON TV AND STREAMING
Live: Sky Sport Uno (201), Sky Sport F1 (207) and on Sky Sport 4K (213). Free-to-air coverage of the match on TV8 is expected from 9.30pm.
Live streaming: SkyGo and NOW; delayed from 21.30 on tv8.it.
Direct text: OA Sports.
F1 ON TV8 TODAY
Sunday 19 March (deferred)
21.30-23.45, F1, Race (50 laps)
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