Australian GP Live Streaming: Formula 1 2023 LIVE: The cars are all back in the pit lane after nine laps. The crucial…
Australian GP Live Streaming: Formula 1 2023 LIVE: The cars are all back in the pit lane after nine laps. The crucial part is that Verstappen, Alonso, and Stroll are trailing Hamilton. Behind them are Gasly and Hulkenberg, with Russell, the early leader, down in seventh. Red Bull are hoping to build on their dominant start to the season and secure a win in the Australian GP on Sunday. However, Mercedes’ George Russell and Lewis Hamilton will be looking to spoil their party with their newfound speed. The battle between Red Bull and Mercedes is sure to be intense, and it will be interesting to see which team comes out on top. Follow Formula 1 LIVE Updates with InsideSport.IN.
LECLERC IS OUT OF THE RACE!!!
— Formula 1 (@F1) April 2, 2023
Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc won the last edition of the Australian GP in 2022 and will be hoping to replicate the performance this year despite struggling in the first two races. Talking about the qualifying, Max Verstappen drew level with Fernando Alonso by taking his 22nd career pole position in qualifying for the 2023 Australian Grand Prix. Meanwhile, Mercedes’ George Russell qualified second and his teammate Lewis Hamilton ended up third on the grid.
Very happy with my Quali and to be on Pole here in Melbourne!
— Max Verstappen (@Max33Verstappen) April 1, 2023
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Verstappen set a time of 1m 16.732s to take his first Australian Grand Prix pole position ahead of Russell, who was 0.236s off in Q3. Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton ended up third on the grid, 0.372s off the pace, while Fernando Alonso was 0.407s off the pace in P4. Carlos Sainz qualified fifth for Ferrari in front of Aston Martin’s Lance Stroll, while Charles Leclerc struggled on the way to P7.
Where can you watch the Australian GP LIVE on TV?
Unfortunately, there will be no Live Telecast of Formula 1 in India.
Where can you watch the Race? – Live Stream
The Race can be live-streamed on F1TV Pro.
Location – Melbourne, Australia
First Grand Prix – 1996
Number of Laps – 58
Circuit Length – 5.303 km
Race Distance – 307.574 km
When was the track built?
The deal for the Australian Grand Prix was done and dusted in 1993. The circuit is a street circuit that features cities’ existing roads around Albert Park. It also features Aughtie Drive and Lakeside Drive. It also features a little detour through the Lakeside Stadium’s car park.
When was its first Grand Prix?
Just four months after Adelaide had held its last Australian Grand Prix in 1995, the teams were back in Melbourne for its first Grand Prix in 1996. That race is remembered because of the crash of Martin Brundle. He was driving his Jordan when he launched himself off the back of Johnny Herbert’s Sauber at Turn 3.
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