Formula 1: start of the australian grand prix
The Australian Grand Prix is one of the most competitive races in the Formula One season. The event is held on the Melbourne Grand Prix circuit and attracts fans from all over the world. But when exactly does the race start this year?
There is a lot of excitement around the Australian Grand Prix, as the first Grand Prix often sets the tone for the whole season. Every year, drivers fight hard to win in Melbourne. This year, the race will be held on 15. March and the eyes of the whole world will be on the city.
In this article, we’ll take a closer look at what you can expect from this year’s team. We take a look at the track, the rivalries and who the drivers are who have the highest chance of winning the race. Read on to find out all about the Australian Grand Prix and its start date.
The Australian Formula 1 GP: What is the?
The Formula 1 Australian GP is an annual race of the Formula 1 World Championship, which takes place in Melbourne at the Albert Park Circuit. It is the first Grand Prix of the season and is traditionally held in March.
The race covers a distance of 58 laps (307.574 km) and attracts tens of thousands of fans every year. It is also an important event for the teams and drivers, as it gives the first indication of the balance of power for the season.
The race duration is usually around 1 hour and 30 minutes, and the start time of the race varies from year to year. Qualifying usually takes place on Saturday, with the three fastest drivers from each qualifying session qualifying for the race on Sunday.
The Formula 1 Australian GP has been part of the racing calendar since 1985 and has produced some memorable racing moments and dramatic twists and turns. It is an important date in the racing calendar for F1 fans and should not be missed by racing enthusiasts.
When will the Australian Formula 1 GP take place??
The start time of the Formula 1 GP of Australia is different every year. In the 2021 season, the race is set for 21. March and is scheduled to start at 4 p.m. local time. This corresponds to 6 am CET.
The first race in Australia took place in 1985 and since then it has been a permanent fixture on the Formula One calendar. Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne has been the venue for the race since 1996.
The race in Australia traditionally marks the start of the Formula 1 season. Drivers and teams are pinning their hopes on a successful start to the new season, while fans around the world are eagerly waiting to see who will end up winning the race.
Start time of the Formula 1 Australian GP
The Australian Formula 1 GP will take place on 15. March and marks the start of the new season. The start time of the race is at 16:10 local time in Melbourne.
Who are the favorites?
Qualifying will give a good picture of who will start as the favorite in Australia. Mercedes and Ferrari are likely to fight for victory, while Red Bull may also be in a position to have something to say about it.
- Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas of Mercedes are strong candidates for victory due to their dominance in recent years
- Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel has won four times in Melbourne and will surely be looking for his fifth win
- Red Bull’s Max Verstappen could also be a surprise, but he will have to rely on a strong performance from the team
However, it will also be interesting to see how the new teams and drivers do, especially McLaren with Carlos Sainz Jr. and Lando Norris as well as Haas with Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen.
Formula 1: When will start the Formula 1 GP of Australia?
The Formula 1 GP of Australia starts on 15. March 2020 at the Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne. The start time is at 16:10 local time.
If you want to watch the race live on TV, you can tune in to the German free TV channel RTL. The broadcaster begins its coverage at 05:00 German time.
Alternatively, you can watch the race online. The official Formula One website offers a way to watch the race via live streaming. However, to watch the live stream, you need to purchase a subscription. Another option is to watch the race on Sky Ticket. This service offers access to a live stream of the race as well as other Formula 1 content.
- Live broadcaster: RTL
- Live stream: official Formula 1 website, Sky Ticket