As the second round of the Formula One season approaches, all eyes are on the Jeddah Corniche Circuit, where the Saudi Grand Prix promises to be another thrilling race. Over the past two years, this event has consistently delivered exciting performances and dramatic moments, leaving fans and experts eagerly anticipating what’s to come. And for those looking to catch all the action live, here’s where and when you can tune in.
Yesterday’s qualifying session was a nail-biting experience, featuring unexpected surprises and incidents that added to the excitement. With so much at stake in this race, fans will be on the edge of their seats, watching closely how their favorite teams and drivers perform.
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Who scored a pole at the Saudi Arabian GP?
Red Bull demonstrated their superiority in qualifying for the second consecutive race, with Sergio Perez taking the pole position this time. While Max Verstappen was expected to clinch the top spot, he faced a setback due to a driveshaft issue, causing him to exit qualifying early and start the race in 15th place. Meanwhile, Perez will lead the pack, followed by Fernando Alonso, who will start alongside him on the grid, after Charles Leclerc’s ten-place grid penalty.
When to watch the 2023 F1 Saudi Arabian GP?
Where to watch the 2023 F1 Saudi Arabian GP?
- Austria – Servus TV / ORF
- Belgium – RTBF / Telenet / Play Sport Open
- Czech Republic – AMC
- Denmark – TV3 / TV3 Sport / Viaplay
- Finland – Viaplay
- France – Canal+
- Germany – Sky / RTL
- Greece – ERT / Cosmote TV
- Hungary – M4
- Italy – Sky
- Netherlands – Viaplay
- Poland – Eleven Sports
- Portugal – Sport TV
- Spain – Movistar / DAZN
- Sweden – Viaplay / V sport motor / TV 10
- Switzerland – SRF / RSI / RTS
- UK – Sky Sports F1
- USA – ESPN2
- Canada – RDS / RDS2 / TSN / Noovo
- Latin America – Fox Sports / ESPN
- China – Great Sports TV / Guangdong TV
- India – F1TV Pro
- Japan – Fuji Television
- Malaysia – Astro Sports
- Indonesia- 0 Channel / Champions TV / Vidio
- Singapore – Singtel / Starhub
- Thailand – True Visions
- Turkey – S Sport / S Sport Plus
- Vietnam – K+
- Australia – Fox Sports / Network 10
- New Zealand – Spark Sports
- Africa – SuperSport
Sergio Perez has secured his second consecutive pole position at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit, and he will be looking to convert it into a win in the race. The fact that his closest rival in the championship, Max Verstappen, is starting down in 15th place only adds to the Mexican driver’s confidence. Meanwhile, Fernando Alonso, who is known for his remarkable starts, is likely to provide a tough challenge to Perez at the start of the race. With drivers like Charles Leclerc, Verstappen, and Lando Norris trying to make their way up the field, the race promises to be a thrilling watch.
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