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Will Verstappen will he take his revenge in Japan?

Only fifth last weekend at Singapore after winning the ten races in a row, Max Verstappen will have to heart to restore order in Japan. Find all the information to follow the Grand Prix.

[Put to; day September 21 at 8:40 p.m.]It was a small earthquake that hit the town. Singapore last Sunday at the Marine Bay circuit. Max Verstappen didn't win the Grand Prix, a first since…April 30 Baku (Azerbaijan). It was also the first time this season that the two-time reigning world champion did not reach the podium in a race. Only 11th on the starting grid, the Dutchman managed to reach the finish line. Nibble up several places, in particular by delaying his pit stop as much as possible, but that was not enough to get involved in the race. the fight for victory alongside the Ferraris, the Mercedes and the McLaren of Lando Norris.

With only a week between the Singapore and Japanese Grands Prix, Max Verstappen will not have had time to think too much. The Red Bull driver, still very much in the lead in the world championship, arrives in the land of the rising sun with a vengeful spirit and the firm intention of launching a new series of victories. It was also on the Suzuka circuit that he won the title. last year his second world crown at at the end of a shortened event after violent precipitation which had caused damage. more than two hours of interruption.

During this sixteenth round of the season, Max Verstappen will undoubtedly have to battle it out with the Ferrari drivers who were exhilarated after Carlos Sainz's magnificent victory last week. Author of the pole and a race enhanced by good strategic choices – especially during the last laps where he left Lando Norris came back on him so that the Briton benefited from DRS in order to protect himself from the thunderous returns of the Mercedes of George Russell and Lewis Hamilton – the Spaniard therefore became the first driver of a team other than Red Bull at win in 2023. Enough to boost the confidence of the Scuderia – Charles Leclerc having for his part signed; a nice third place – while the Japanese Grand Prix will mark the start of the final third of the season this weekend.

At what time can you watch the Japanese Grand Prix?

You will have to be very early to follow the sixteenth Grand Prix of the season live. Due to the seven-hour time difference between Japan and France, the various tests will take place at night or early in the morning in France. Thus, Friday like Saturday, the drivers will be on the track from 4:30 a.m. (French time) for free practice sessions 1 and 3. It will be a little more "easier" to watch the free 2s and the qualifications, scheduled on the same days at from 8 a.m. The start of the race will be at gave him à 7 a.m. Sunday (2 p.m. at Suzuka).

  • Free practice 1  4:30 a.m. Friday September 22 (duration: 1 hour)
  • Free Trials 2 à 8 a.m. on Friday September 22 (duration: 1 hour)
  • Free Practice 3  4:30 a.m. Saturday September 23 (duration: 1 hour)
  • Qualifications 8 a.m. on Saturday September 23 (duration: 1 hour)
  • Grand Prix at 7 a.m. on Sunday September 24 (duration: 2 hours maximum)

Which TV channel can you watch the Japanese Grand Prix on?

The Japanese Grand Prix will be broadcast exclusively on the channels of the Canal group, holder of the rights to the Formula 1 world championship. The three free practice sessions as well as the qualifying sessions will be broadcast on Canal+ Sport. Only the race, Sunday at from 7 a.m., will have the honors of the premium channel.

  • Friday September 22: Free 1  4h20+ Free 2  7:45 a.m. follow on Canal+ Sport
  • Saturday September 23: Free 3rd 4h20+ Qualifications 7:40 a.m. follow on Canal+ Sport
  • Sunday September 24: show "La Grille" à 6:15 a.m. from the start of the Grand Prix at 7 a.m. on Canal+

How to watch the F1 Japanese Grand Prix streaming?

Do you prefer to follow the Grand Prix on your computer, tablet or from the warmth of your bed with your smartphone and your duvet? No problem, this sixteenth Grand Prix of the season will of course also be viewable in streaming. Two possibilities open up to you: you: access to the Canal+ streaming platform MyCanal or via the official F1 website, F1.com. Both will offer the full range of services. practice sessions, qualifications and races live but also in replay. On MyCanal, activating expert mode also allows you to combine screens, multi-cameras (including on-board cameras) and data, for example pilot times in real time . On F1.com, live broadcasting of testing and the race is supplemented by replays, documentaries and even historical reminders via the F1TV Pro service, offered online. à 64.99 euros per year or 7.99 euros per month.

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