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Sergio Perez secures pole position for Saudi Arabian Grand Prix



Perez takes advantage of Verstappen’s retirement

With Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen forced to retire from qualifying due to a transmission problem in Q2, Perez made sure to take his chance and logged a 1:28.265 lap time to seal the deal.

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The Final Battle for Pole Position Begins

START OF Q3: We’re back underway for the final time in Jeddah as the real battle for pole position begins. It’s crunch time for the final ten drivers on track with Perez primed for top spot at present.

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Alonso Sits on Top as Verstappen Aborts

10 minutes left of Q2: Alonso sits top so far as Verstappen has a big moment on his flyer and has to abort. Leclerc and Stroll in P2 and P3 so far.

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Bottas Takes to the Track First in Q2

START OF Q2: We’re back underway here in Jeddah as Bottas takes to the track first.

The Battle for Pole Position Begins

START OF Q1: Away we go then as the battle for pole position begins in Saudi Arabia. It’s the Williams pair of Albon and Sargeant who lead us out onto the track!

Qualifying for the 2023 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix is Underway

5 minutes to go: We’re all set here in Jeddah for qualifying for the 2023 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix. The action begins in just under five minutes!

Mercedes Troubles Already in the Limelight

45 minutes to go: Sky Sports in the UK have just opened their live show with a quick focus on Mercedes and their troubles already this season.

Verstappen the Driver to Beat

1 hour to go: So it very much seems like Verstappen is the driver to beat again this weekend after his domination of this weekend’s three practice sessions, but who could stop him?

Charles Leclerc Receives Penalty

1 hour 15 minutes to go: A quick reminder before the action begins today that Charles Leclerc has already been issued with a ten-place grid place penalty for tomorrow’s Grand Prix.

Viewers Guide for the 2023 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

Sunday’s 2023 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. local time. Lights out will take place just after 1 p.m. ET.

F1 fans in the USA can catch all the action in 2023 with all 23 races set to be shown live on ABC, ESPN, and ESPN2. For Spanish-language viewers, they can find live broadcasts on ESPN Deportes, though ESPNews and ESPNU will also show some practice and qualifying sessions live throughout the year.

As well as on the official F1 TV service, the action can be live streamed on Hulu + Live TV with subscriptions. Elsewhere, Sling TV will also show the action, as too will FuboTV in the US.

For fans in Canada, TSN will carry the English-language telecast of races. For those looking for the French-language broadcast, RDS will have you covered. Races can be streamed on fuboTV and via TSN’s streaming service, TSN Direct.

Viewers in the United Kingdom can catch all F1 action on Sky Sports F1, the dedicated F1 channel. For viewers planning to live stream F1 in 2023, you can watch via the Sky Go app if you’re an existing subscriber or you can purchase a Sky Sports Pass on NOW TV.

Fox Sports will carry all races in Australia for the 2023 season.



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