This weekend the Saudi Arabian GP will be held at the new Jeddah circuit, the penultimate race on the calendar and in which the World Championship could already be decided. Consult all the information about the schedules and where to watch on television and online the Saudi Arabian GP of Formula 1 that will be held on December 3, 4 and 5.
Maximum excitement in the Formula 1 World Cup with two races to go to close the season. At this time, Max Verstappen leads the drivers’ standings with just eight points clear of Lewis Hamilton , who closed the gap after his victory in the last GP of Qatar. In the constructors’ standings, Mercedes is ahead of Red Bull (546.5 points 541.5), so the excitement is triggered with so much at stake.
In addition, Fernando Alonso will once again attract attention after the satisfaction of having returned to the podium by finishing third in the Qatar test. Carlos Sainz is also in full swing between his team, Ferrari, and McLaren.
The Saudi Arabian Formula 1 GP takes place on the Jeddah street circuit, which opens this weekend. It is the second longest track on the F1 calendar at 6.175 kilometers, second only to the Spa circuit. The circuit is characterized by its immense number of fast and narrow corners – a total of 27 corners -, which will make overtaking more difficult.
It is considered one of the fastest possible circuits. The forecasts suggest that the average speed that can be reached per lap in the Saudi Arabian GP could reach 252.8 km / hour. The race will be held on December 5 at night, at 8:30 p.m. local time – 6:30 p.m., peninsular time-.
Schedules of the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Saudi Arabia:
Friday, December 3:
Free Practice 1: 14.30 hours
Free Practice 2: 18.00 hours
Saturday December 4:
Free Practice 3: 15:00 hours
Classification: 6:00 p.m.
Sunday, December 5:
Race: 6:30 p.m. (57 laps)
Where to see the Saudi Arabian F1 Grand Prix?
The Saudi Arabian Formula 1 GP 2021 can be seen on television through DAZN and on the DAZN F1 channel that has enabled the platform in Movistar so that customers who are not subscribed to it can continue to enjoy the races. In addition, the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix can be followed with live commentary through the OKDIARIO website.