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2023 Saudi Arabian GP Time and Live Streaming : When and Where to Watch the Race at Jeddah Corniche Circuit?

Samriddhi Jaiswal

2023 Saudi Arabian GP Time and Live Streaming : When and Where to Watch the Race at Jeddah Corniche Circuit?

For the second race of the 2023 season, Formula 1 has returned to the tracks for the Saudi Arabian GP. Drivers will be back on track to take the leads from their opponents and climb as high as possible in the standings.

There will be plenty of storylines to follow at the second race of the season as a lot has taken place over the past few days in the aftermath of the Bahrain GP. But there is still a good chance that the defending champion Max Verstappen will take off with the lead while others will try to play catch-up.

Nevertheless, for fans in the US, the UK and Australia, here’s how you can catch the live action:


Day Session Channel Time
SaturdayFP3Sky Sports F113:30
SaturdayQualifyingSky Sports F118:00
Sunday RaceSky Sports F118:00


Day Session Channel Time
Sunday RaceESPN13:00


Day Session Channel Time
SaturdayFP3Fox Tel/ Kayo23:30
SaturdayQualifyingFox Tel/ Kayo3:00
Sunday RaceFox Tel/ Kayo3:00

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What is expected to happen at the Saudi Arabian GP?

Currently, two-time defending champion Max Verstappen is leading the championship having won the opening race in Bahrain. Following him in P2 is his teammate Sergio Perez and Aston Martin’s Fernando Alonso in P3.

Meanwhile, rivals of the Red Bull F1 team, Ferrari is lacking behind by a huge margin. While Carlos Sainz was able to finish the race and secure a P4 position, Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc suffered a DNF and retired with 0 points.

Heading into the Saudi Arabian GP, Verstappen would try to maintain the lead while Ferrari will try to put up a challenge at the front. Moreover, Mercedes too would be hoping to make a few improvements from their previous time out.

The qualifying session of the race is scheduled to start at 8:00 pm (track time) on Saturday, 18 March. On Sunday, the race is set to start at 8:00 pm (track time) as well.

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About the author

Samriddhi Jaiswal

Samriddhi Jaiswal


Samriddhi Jaiswal is an F1 editor and writer at The SportsRush. She started her career as a business journalist but soon found her calling in lights out here we go! Samriddhi has been a Ferrari fan even when her interaction with F1 was occasional. Her first real experience with the thrilling sport came when Charles Leclerc clinched his iconic victory in Spa and Monza and painted the track red. Now, a Tifosi, Samriddhi is a hardcore fan of the prancing horse and can relate to the chaos within the Italian camp and also admires Ayrton Senna and Michael Schumacher. Off the track, she finds her home in books and musical instruments.

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