In minutes the race of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix will begin, corresponding to the 21st date of the Formula 1 World Championship. I followed what is happening in Jeddah minute by minute.
The Formula 1 World Championship could be defined this afternoon when the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. Dutch Max verstappen remains the leader with a slight advantage over Lewis hamilton, who obtained pole position after a heartbreaking qualification. But if some results are given, the Red Bull would get its first title. I followed the race live, minute by minute.
F1 LIVE: I followed the Saudi Arabian GP
The Jeddah Circuit data that debuts today
The circuit is 6,174 kilometers long and has 27 medium and high speed curves, of which 16 are on the left and 11 on the right. The lap will have three DRS activation zones and a top speed will be reached in excess of 320 km / h.
In moments the Saudi Arabian GP begins
There are barely 15 minutes until the night in Arabia is flooded with the sound of the engines in what will be the penultimate date of the World Championship and that could consecrate the champion.
VIDEO: Terrible accident in F2
In the run-up to the Saudi Arabian GP, the Jeddah circuit was the scene of a brutal clash between Theo Pourchaire and Enzo Fittipaldi. Both should have been taken to the hospital but are out of danger.
Relief for Max Verstappen
The Dutch driver will not have to replace his gearbox due to the accident suffered yesterday in qualifying. Therefore, the World Cup leader will start from third place and the fight with Hamilton will take place from the start.
F1: Where to watch the Saudi Arabian GP race live on TV
The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix can be seen on the premium channel Star Action and also on Star + Since ESPN 2 broadcasts some of the races of the year live and others delayed on channels 622 on DirecTV and 27 on Cablevisión.
In turn, as is customary, You will be able to follow it minute by minute on the TyCSports.com website.
How is the history of Formula 1 champions?
A few minutes before the start of the GP that could define the champion, review how the history is and who was consecrated year by year.
All the information here.
What time does the Saudi Arabian GP start
- Argentina: 2.30 p.m.
- Uruguay: 2.30 p.m.
- Brazil: 2.30 p.m.
- Chile: 2.30 p.m.
- Venezuela: 1.30 p.m.
- Paraguay: 2.30 p.m.
- Peru: 12.30 pm.
- Colombia: 12.30 pm.
- Ecuador: 12.30 pm.
- Bolivia: 1.30 p.m.
- Mexico: 11.30 am.
This is how the starting grid was left for the Saudi Arabian GP
- 1. Lewis Hamilton
- 2. Valtteri Bottas
- 3. Max Verstappen
- 4. Charles Leclerc
- 5. Sergio Pérez
- 6. Pierre Gasly
- 7. Lando Norris
- 8. Yuki Tsunoda
- 9. Esteban Ocon
- 10. Antonio Giovinazzi
- 11. Daniel Ricciardo
- 12. Kimi Raikkonen
- 13. Fernando Alonso
- 14. George Russell
- 15. Carlos Sainz
- 16. Nicholas Latifi
- 17. Sebastian Vettel
- 18. Lance Stroll
- 19. Mick Schumacher
- 20. Nikita Mazepin
VIDEO: The crash that left Verstappen without pole
VIDEO: Bottas collided with Raikkonen in Q2 of Saudi Arabia
How is the “Great Circus” that debuts in F1 The Jeddah Circuit is having its premiere in the category. Considered the fastest street circuit in the world, it was built in record time on the shores of the Red Sea andit is expected to have a maximum speed above 320 km / h, being only surpassed by Monza
. This could benefit Hamilton.
Get to know it in detail and take a virtual tour of the track by clicking here.
What has to happen for Formula 1 to have a champion today
- The only driver with a chance to win today is Max Verstappen. For that, one of the following results must be given:
- Let him win, get the point of the fastest lap and Hamilton finishes, at most, in sixth position.
- May he win and Hamilton finish, at most, in seventh position.
- Finish second, get the fastest lap point and Hamilton finishes, at most, in 10th place.
The Saudi Arabian GP is coming!
In less than two hours the penultimate race of the year will begin, which generated many expectations in the previous one because today the winner of the Formula 1 Championship title could be defined.
You can follow everything that happens at the Jeddah Circuit on TyCSports.com.
Formula 1 LIVE: who broadcasts the race in Argentina on TV or online
The broadcasts in the country can be seen on the premium channel Star Action or through F1 TV Pro, an on-demand platform that costs $ 60 a year. Also some GPs are on ESPN, although not all are live. And cable operators, in turn, offer streaming services such as Cablevisión Flow and DIRECTV Go. Finally, as usual,
You can follow the minute by minute of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix live through the TyCSports.com website.
F1: Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton arrive 8 points apart at the Saudi Arabian GP The two leaders of the Formula 1 championship are separated by just 8 points sinceVerstappen , in leadership,holds 351.5 points with 9 conquests , while the British is second with 343.5 units -7 wins-.
F1: how is the Jeddah Circuit of the Saudi Arabian GP
This circuit was built in record time: it took just twelve months and, days before the pilots hit the track for their first training session, minor details are still being worked on. In addition, the route located on the shores of the Red Sea implied a great engineering task since a complete drainage system had to be installed, something that led to the elevation of the entire asphalt layer by a meter and a half.
- The Formula 1 calendar in 2021: the GPs to come
12/12: Abu Dhabi GP (Yas Marina)
* The GPs of Japan (10/10) and Australia (21/11) were canceled by the organizers.
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