Australian GP F1 2017: dates, times and channels

GP Australia Melbourne

As you well know, this weekend starts the Australian GP, the first event at Albert Park that will put each in its place, as in the pre-season test has not been really where everyone is. Mercedes has saved horses and is still the favorite, but need to know how close it will be Red Bull and Ferrari, their most immediate opponents. On the other hand, we will also see where it is located Carlos Sainz and Fernando Alonso, both with some problems in their machines.

The beginning will not be easy for anyone, but even less for the Honda with the problems seen in the preseason. It is not known whether will be last, although there has been much speculation about who would be last, but it seems that the problems of Sauber will give them a break for not to be the last. Nor do we know the actual performance of the Honda engine without any reliability issues they have had, which are supposed to have worked. Of all forms do not have them all with you and we will see if they end up both cars for the race.

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having Said this, sure that we will see an interesting race at the circuit ausie. To or miss anything, we did a reprint of a past post on the methods and means to be able to see the F1. This year, as you know, opens a new possibility with Vodafone, in addition, we are waiting for Liberty Media to comply and issue the F1 also in streaming on the Internet. For more information you can read our article Complete Guide: where to see the F1 2017.

Choose Movistar F1 through the service of Movistar or Vodafone, or any other method, you should know that the Australian GP will take place on 24, 25 and 26 march, as we also announced in our calendar particular racing 2017. It begins as always with free practice 1 and 2 on Friday, followed by the free 3 and qualifying on Saturday and race on Sunday, and in each of these sessions, it is very likely that these media perform spatial pre and post to analyze everything that had happened, and of course I ask you to continue our analysis of the sessions that we will do in each GP, as in the past…

Date Session Time
Friday, march 24 Free Practice 1 2:00
Friday, march 24 Free Practice 2 6:00
Saturday, 25 march Free Practice 3 4:00
Saturday, 25 march Classification 7:00
Sunday, 26 march Race 8:00*

*ATTENTION: Remember to change the time, and there always seems to be mess with this. On the Saturday, 2:00 p.m. will be 3:00… forward one hour the clock.

As you can see, this is one of those races that do not have a european time and will play early, although on the media that broadcast the race tend to perform repetitions on a deferred basis so you don’t miss anything. Remember that you can also see summaries of 1 hour in TDP.