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Verstappen wins chaotic race in Australia, Hamilton and Alonso in top 3



top 10Cast: Verstappen, Hamilton, Alonso, Stroll, Perez, Norris, Hulkenberg, Piastri, Zhou, Tsunoda

The race was held as part of the third Grand Prix of the Formula 1 season in Australia.

Red Bull driver Max Verstappen won the race and Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso rounded out the top 3.

Note that Verstappen, who started from the pole position, did not start the race very well and missed the duet of Mercedes George Russell and Lewis Hamilton. Unfortunately we didn’t see a long fight between Red Bull and the two Mercedes as first yellow flags were raised due to the retirement of Charles Leclerc, then red flags due to the accident of Alex Albon. Russell was unlucky here, leading, but pitted just ahead of the red flags and dropped to 7th, while Lewis and Max pit for free. And shortly after the race restarted in Russell’s car, the engine burned out and the Briton completed the stage.

After the restart, Verstappen quickly overtook Hamilton and steadily increased his lead. It looked like Max would win quietly, but with three laps left, Kevin Magnussen’s crash resulted in red flags.

At the restart, Verstappen and Hamilton held their positions, but Carlos Sainz slammed into third-placed Alonso (for which he was penalized by 5 seconds to the final protocol and flew out of the top 10). All this led to chaos and the unexpected departure of a number of pilots, including Pierre Gasly in the 5th Alpine. As a result, the direction of the race announced yet another red flag, but now that there was no lap to the end, it was necessary to decide what to do next.

It was decided that the remaining cars in the race would continue one more lap under the safety car in the order they had started before (excluding those eliminated in the last event).

This earned McLaren points for Hulkenberg, Zhou and Tsunoda, as well as finishing in the top 10 twice for the season’s first points.

Source: Sport UA

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Verstappen is the best in the second practice of the Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix




Red Bull driver Max Verstappen took first place in the second free practice session of the Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix.

The time of the Dutch rider is 1 minute 13.907 seconds. Spaniard Fernando Alonso from Aston Martin was second (0.170 seconds back), followed by German Haas driver Nico Hulkenberg (+0.270).

On Saturday, the third practice and qualification of the Spanish Grand Prix will take place.

“Formula 1”. Eighth stage. Spanish Grand Prix

Second workout

1. Max Verstappen (Red Bull) – 1.13.907

2. Fernando Alonso (Aston Martin) – +0.170

3. Nico Hulkenberg (Haas) – +0.270

4. Sergio Perez (Red Bull) – +0.312

5. Esteban Ocon (Alpin) – +0.335

6. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari) – +0.339

7. Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) – +0.367

8. George Russell (Mercedes) – +0.485

9. Valtteri Bottas (Alfa Romeo) – +0.541

10. Pierre Gasly (Alpin) – +0.550

Source: Sportbox

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Formula 1 Sells $888,000 Las Vegas Grand Prix Package: What’s in It




Have almost a million dollars to spare and want to visit the historic Las Vegas Grand Prix? We have the ultimate package for you!

From November 16th to 18th, the heart of motorsport will be beating in Sin City USA. Formula 1 will be in Las Vegas for the most glamorous Grand Prix of the season. The organizers are also offering an incredible $888,000 package for those who want a truly incredible experience.

What does the Resorts World 888 Experience include?

  • 1 Palace Suite
  • Private butler service
  • 6 Paddock Club tickets
  • 10 tickets for the main stage
  • First class private air transport
  • Transfers from and to the airport
  • Transfers to and from Paddock Club
  • VIP nightclub experience
  • VP experience at a spa
  • 8 VIP theater tickets
  • 1 entourage suite
  • 4 superior rooms
  • 4 personal tailoring and styling services
  • A multi-course dinner for up to 6 people

The Las Vegas Grand Prix is ​​held on the streets of the city. The track has a length of 6120 meters, 17 curves and a straight of 1900 meters. As one can easily see, the celebrities who were in Miami a few days ago will outnumber those who are heading to Nevada for this historic game.

Source: sport 24

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Which channel is televising F1 Spain 2023 standings today? TV and online streaming of the Barcelona Grand Prix




Aston Martin F1 Team

Its time classification from Spanish GP 2023. Fernando Alonso and Carlos Sainz will fight for it Pole against a Max Verstappen at an intractable level. He Circuit Barcelona-Catalonia will host a new session of quality which always leaves the occasional surprise on a dance floor with unrivaled atmosphere.

Saturdays were Red Bull territory and it’s hard to imagine any of the remaining nine teams being able to topple the class leaders.

Beyond that, Sports news brings the information on which channel is televising the classification of Spain and what time it is.

Follow Sporting News on Twitter: Mexico | Argentina | Spain

What time is the 2023 Spanish GP F1 qualifying today?

  • Day: Saturday, June 3
  • Time:
    • Mexico (CDMX): 8:00
    • United States (ET): 10:00
    • Argentina: 11:00
    • Spain: 4:00 p.m.

Which channel is televising the 2023 Spanish GP F1 standings today? TV and online options

  • TV:
    • Mexico: Fox Sports, Fox Sports Premium
    • USA: ESPN, ESPN Sports
    • Argentina: Fox Sports
    • Spain: DAZN, DAZN F1 on Movistar, Telecinco
  • online streaming
    • Mexico: F1TV Pro
    • condition They joined: Fubo, ESPN+, F1TV Pro
    • Argentina: Star+, F1TV Pro
    • Spain: DAZN, DAZN F1 on Movistar,

Watch Formula 1 on DAZN in Spain | Fubo and ESPN+ in the United States

Source: Sporting News

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