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Start time, schedule of sessions, predictions and how can I watch on TV?


The fast streets of the Jeddah Corniche Circuit are hosting its third F1 grand prix with reigning world champion Max Verstappen embroiled in fascinating duels for the lead from the previous two years at this track.

The Dutchman’s Red Bull is set to lead again for this race after claiming victory in the season opener in Bahrain.

Aston Martin are ready to save their credentials as Verstappen’s biggest threat after Charles Leclerc retired a fortnight ago when his Ferrari suffered engine failure while battling for a podium finish.

A place on the top steps is currently emerging beyond Mercedes, who have faced a start to the 2023 season that is unlikely to improve any time soon.

When is the F1 Grand Prix of Saudi Arabia?

The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix takes place this weekend, Sunday March 19, 2023.

What time does the F1 Grand Prix of Saudi Arabia start?

The schedule for this weekend’s sessions is as follows (all times GMT):

  • First practice: 1:30 p.m., Friday
  • Second practice: 5 p.m., Friday
  • Third practice: 1:30 p.m., Saturday
  • Qualifying: 5 p.m., Saturday
  • Race: 5 p.m., Sunday
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Saudi Arabian F1 Grand Prix Prediction

With Verstappen so dominant in Bahrain – a track he’s struggled on before – it’s hard to see a different result coming to Saudi Arabia.

Ferrari should be able to put themselves in a better position to challenge Sergio Perez for second place, Fernando Alonso’s rise to title contender probably won’t be as smooth as the last race suggested. The two Mercedes cars will finish behind the Aston Martins.

Verstappen wins

How to watch the F1 Grand Prix of Saudi Arabia

TV channel: The whole weekend will be shown live on Sky Sports with race coverage from 3.30pm on Sky Sports F1 and Main Event. Free highlights are on Channel 4 at 10:15 p.m.

Direct: Sky Sports subscribers can watch live via the Sky Go app.

Live Blog: You can follow all the action on Sunday with Standard Sport’s racing blog.

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