Third leg of 2022 world cup formula 1 The home of McLaren driver Daniel Ricciardo takes place this weekend in Australia. Leclerc and Max Verstappen are the main drivers of this season and the fight promises to be intense for the pole and, of course, victory in the big races. Here in Brazil, Grupo Bandeirantes will cover live.
After two breathtaking stages, when Leclerc and Verstappen won first and second place respectively, we had a short break and now F1 is back for us, lovers of the most important category in world motorsport.
Lewis Hamilton, who miraculously took the podium this season when he finished third in the first race of the year (after both RBR cars broke down in the final two laps), should still be a support player at this level. Because Mercedes has not yet found the right place on the single seater.
The Albert Park circuit debuted in F1 in 1996 and has since been off the calendar for the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The track, which has recently been refurbished to improve the quality of the race, now has 14 corners and is 5.275 km long, making the race over 58 laps.
Check out the Australian GP schedule:
Thursday, April 7
23:45 – Free Practice 1 (Bandsports)
Friday, April 8
02:45 – Free Practice 2 (Bandsports)
23:45 – Free Practice 3 (Bandsports)
Saturday, April 9
02h00 – Qualification (Bands, Bandsports and Bandplay)
Sunday, April 10
01h00 – Race (Band, Bandnews FM, Radio Bandierentes and Bandplay)
11:00 a.m. and 10:30 p.m. – Run Again (Bandsports)
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