Oh damn was the Bahrain Grand Prix a brilliant race. We saw Ferrari dominate the race as Charles Leclerc ran up an endless lead before a safety car brought the top four together. Then, Max Verstappen and Leclerc had a huge battle as both drivers lunged into corners with serious aggression. Behind them, Sergio Perez and Carlos Sainz were doing the same.
But the final two laps saw both Red Bulls retire allowing Mercedes to swoop in with Lewis Hamilton taking third.
Saudi Arabia is next on the list. Here’s how and when you watch it.
When To Watch The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix
The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix begins this coming Friday, March 25.
Practice 1: Friday March 25, 1700 local time (1400 UK time)
Practice 2: Friday March 25, 2000 local time (1700 UK time)
Practice 3: Saturday March 26, 1700 local time (1400 UK time)
Qualifying: Saturday March 26, 2000 local time (1700 UK time)
Race: Sunday March 26, 2000 local time (1800 UK time)
Friday March 25
- Practice 1: 2pm – 3pm GMT
- Practice 2: 5pm – 6pm GMT
Saturday March 26
- Practice 3: 2pm – 3pm GMT
- Qualifying: 5pm – 6pm GMT
Sunday March 27
- Race: 6pm – 7pm GMT
How Can I Watch The Saudi Arabian 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.