Drivers on the network Formula 1 World Cup Get their cars on Friday for their first free training session at Portugal Grand Prix. The third round of the tournament this weekend offers another great place to enjoy the thrilling duel given by the British Knight Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) and the Dutch Max Verstappen (Red Bull). For his part, Real Madrid driver Carlos Sainz He’ll try to get used to the Ferrari seat and get to the podium for the first time in red. Astori is expected to compete for points Fernando Alonso, Who scored his first point with Alpine in the Emilia-Romagna race.
The engines will start to roar on Portimao circuit During this noon. The track will be repeated as F1 headquarters for the second season in a row After making his debut last year in a special race for Hamilton, who became the most victorious driver in history, reaching 92. Verstappen will try to score another great result by beating the Mercedes again.
Sainz, fifth in Imola and eighth in Sakhir, came sixth last year – just before Chico – in Portimao. a Path 4,653 meters, With 15 bends (nine on the right), 66 laps are scheduled on Sunday, to complete the 306.5-kilometer route. Among them is the Spanish Ferrari – who last week completed a 300-kilometer test in Fiorano with a 2018 car – has good memories of his departure, moving from seventh to first in the first laps in 2020.
Alonso – the author of the 32 wins Spain has achieved in Formula 1 throughout its history – he will face his third race, two years after departing from First Division, at the Algarve. On Friday, the Grand Prix will start the free practice race, where the toughest vehicles in the dry will be photographed: C1 (the hardest, recognizable by the white stripe), C2 (medium, yellow bar) and C3 (soft, red).
Portuguese GP practice table
The first training session 12.30-13.30.
The second training session 16.00-17.00.
The third training session 13.00-14.00.
Where to watch Formula-1 races
The 2021 Formula-1 season can be followed by 2021 Neighborhood In Spain on TV through Movistar + and DAZN. The telecom operator will provide full coverage on his Movistar + F1 channel and the broadcast platform will add racing to its offering thanks to the agreement reached, which also affects MotoGP.
With regard to major Latin American countries, in Argentina, Colombia and Chile He will be able to follow the major jackpots through Fox Sports, while he is at Mexico Channel 9 Televisa will be responsible for transmissions. For its part, in United State Formula-1 can be seen on ESPN.
Portuguese GP table
Qualifying session 16.00-17.00.