The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix was one of the most dramatic F1 weekends in the history of the sport, but maybe for the wrong reasons. Fortunately, we can forget it now as the FIA choose what to do about returning to the country and the potential dangers and human rights issues fans have been complaining about, as we now move on to the Australian Grand Prix.
The track has had an almost complete overhaul, which you can read about here. But before you do that, this is when and how to watch the race.
When To Watch The Australian Grand Prix
The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix begins this coming Friday, March 25.
Practice 1: Friday April 8, 1300 local time (0400 UK time)
Practice 2: Friday April 8, 1600 local time (0700 UK time)
Practice 3: Saturday April 9, 1300 local time (0400 UK time)
Qualifying: Saturday April 9, 1600 local time (0700 UK time)
Race: Sunday April 10, 1500 local time (0600 UK time)
Friday April 8
- Practice 1: 4am – 5am GMT
- Practice 2: 6am – 7am GMT
Saturday April 9
- Practice 3: 4am – 5am GMT
- Qualifying: 7am – 8am GMT
Sunday April 10
- Race: 6-8am GMT
How Can I Watch The Australian Grand Prix?
Everything is available to watch through Sky Sports. The standard Sky Sports package is available for £25 per month to existing customers. New customers can join for £46 per month. But Sky has an F1 package which costs £18 per month for existing customers.
Live coverage is also available via NowTV, which is £20 per month, and SkyGo for existing Sky customers.