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F1 is coming to Australia, what time to set your alarm to watch the race on Sunday ?

Third round of the 2024 Formula 1 season, the Australian Grand Prix will take place very early on Sunday morning. Will Max Verstappen continue his solo ride on the track? urban Melbourne ?

After two rather bland first Grands Prix, punctuated by two demonstrations from Max Verstappen, the Formula 1 season continues on the side of the world. of Australia this weekend. Will we see more spectacle à Melbourne, on the urban circuit of Albert Park, present on the calendar since 1996? Spectacle is possible, suspense is less so. ucirc;r so much the Dutchman, alreadyé triple world champion, showed himself greater than during the first two races. The two second places of his teammate Sergio Perez, more dashing than at the end of last season, also testify to the undivided domination Red Bull.

Relégués in the background à Bahreïn as in Saudi Arabia, Mercedes, Ferrari – which must record the return of Carlos Sainz after his appendicitis operation which occurred a fortnight ago -, McLaren and Aston Martin will once again try to compete with the hope of seeing, perhaps, the single-seaters of the Austrian team experience a rare failure. Response Sunday morning to the aurors, the start of the Grand Prix being given &agrav; 5 hours (French time).

At what time to watch the Australian Grand Prix?

After two first Grands Prix contested in the Middle East (Bahrain and Saudi Arabia), the paddock moves this weekend to Australia, Melbourne, where traditionally started each Formula 1 season a few years ago. The time difference between the capital of the state of Victoria and Paris being 10 hours, you will have to be damn early to follow the different sessions live, & start with the race scheduled for next week. 5 o'clock Sunday.

  • Free Trials 1 à 2:30 a.m. Friday March 22 (duration: 1 hour)
  • Free Trials 2 à 6 a.m. Friday March 22 (duration: 1 hour)
  • Free Trials 3 à 2:30 a.m. Saturday March 23 (duration: 1 hour)
  • Qualifications à 6 a.m. Saturday March 23 (duration: 1 hour)
  • Grand Prix à 5 a.m. Sunday March 24 (duration: 2 hours maximum)

Which TV channel to watch the Australian Grand Prix on?

The Australian Grand Prix will be broadcast exclusively on the channels of the Canal group, holder of the rights to the Formula 1 world championship. You will have to tune in to Canal+ Sport to watch the drivers battle it out in the first two races. res days while the Grand Prix, Sunday, will be broadcast on Canal+.

  • Friday March 22: Free 1 2h20 + Free 2  à 5:50 a.m. on Canal+ Sport
  • Saturday March 23: Free 3rd   2h20+ Qualifications à 5:50 a.m. on Canal+ Sport
  • Sunday March 24: éshow "La Grille" &agrav; 4h55+ Grand Prix à 5 a.m. on Canal+

Riders' World Championship Ranking (after 2nd Grands Prix)

1. Max Verstappen (Red Bull) 51 points
2. Sergio Perez (Red Bull) 36 points
3. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) 28 points
4. George Russell (Mercedes) 18 points
5. Oscar Piastri (McLaren) 16 points
6. Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) 15 points
7 9. Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin) 12 points
. Lando Norris (McLaren) 12 points
9. Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) 8 points
10. Oliver Bearman (Ferrari) 6 points
11. Niko Hülkenberg (Haas) 1 point
. Lance Stroll (Aston Martin) 1 point

What are the dates of the F1 Grands Prix in 2024?

The 2024 Formula 1 season will include 24 Grands Prix. &agrav; the end of February, Bahreïn, and will end at the beginning of December until September Abu Dhabi. Here is the complete F1 2024 calendar with times given in French time:

1. Bahrain GP (Sakhir): Saturday March 2nd(WINNER: Verstappen )

2. Saudi Arabian GP (Jeddah): Saturday March 9th (WINNER: Verstappen)

3. Australian GP (Melbourne): Sunday March 24th 7h

4. Japanese GP (Suzuka) : Sunday April 7 à 7h

5. Chinese GP (Shanghai): Sunday April 21st 8h

6. Miami GP (Miami): Sunday May 5th 9 p.m.

7. Emilia-Romagna GP (Imola): Sunday May 19 3 p.m.

8. Monaco GP: Sunday May 26   5h

9. Canadian GP (Montreal): Sunday June 9 8 p.m.

10. Spanish GP (Barcelona): Sunday June 23 3 p.m.

11. Austrian GP (Spielberg): Sunday June 30 3 p.m.

12. British GP (Silverstone): Sunday July 7th 4 p.m.

13. Hungarian GP (Budapest): Sunday July 21st 3 p.m.

14. Belgian GP (Spa-Francorchamps): Sunday July 28 &at 3 p.m.

15. Dutch GP (Zandvoort): Sunday 25 Augustût &at 3 p.m.

16. Italian GP (Monza): Sunday September 1st &at 3 p.m.

17. Azerbaijani GP (Baku): Sunday September 15th 1 p.m.

18. Singapore GP (Marina Bay): Sunday September 22 à 2 p.m.

19. US GP (Austin): Sunday October 20th 9 p.m.

20. Mexican GP (Mexico) : Sunday 27 October à 8 p.m.

21. Brazilian GP (Interlagos): Sunday November 3rd 7 p.m.

22. Las Vegas GP (Las Vegas): Sunday, November 24 à 6h

23. Qatar GP (Losail): Sunday October 1st 3 p.m.

24. Abu Dhabi GP (Yas Marina): Sunday December 8th at 2 p.m.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116