2023 United States GP: Check Date for the Next Formula 1 Race


2023 United States GP: Check Date for the Next Formula 1 Race

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Max Verstappen clinched the third spot during the free practice session of the 2022 US Grand Prix. Despite Mercedes’ struggles that season, Lewis Hamilton also garnered attention with his second-place finish. Charles Leclerc made an impressive leap from 12th to third place. On the podium, Leclerc managed to claim second place, edging out his Red Bull Racing (RBR) teammate, Sergio Perez.

Fast forward to the current season, and a similar scenario is unfolding. Perez finds himself in second place in the championship standings, with a 29-point lead over third-placed Hamilton. However, both drivers left the Qatar Grand Prix without earning any points. Perez encountered trouble, crashing in the sprint race, starting from the pit lane due to car repairs, and facing penalties for exceeding track limits, ultimately finishing 12th.

The seven-time champion had a challenging start to his 2023 campaign, abandoning his first race of the season after colliding with teammate George Russell at the Lucille circuit. The race was won by none other than Max Verstappen. With just five rounds left in the season, a total of 34 points are up for grabs in Austin this weekend.

Here’s the schedule for the upcoming US Grand Prix weekend.

Friday, October 20

  • Free Practice 1: 2:30 pm
  • Qualifying: 6 p.m

October 21, Saturday

  • Sprint Qualifying: 2:30 pm
  • Sprint Race: 7 p.m

Sunday, October 22

  • Main Race: 4 p.m

Teams and drivers participating in the event include.

  • Red Bull Racing: Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez
  • Ferrari: Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz
  • Mercedes: Lewis Hamilton and George Russell
  • Alpine: Esteban Ocon and Pierre Casely
  • McLaren: Lando Norris and Oscar Piastre
  • Alfa Romeo: Valtteri Bottas and Guanyu Chow
  • Aston Martin: Fernando Alonso and Lance Stroll
  • Haas: Kevin Magnussen and Nico Hulkenberg
  • AlphaTauri: Yuki Tsunoda and Liam Lawson/Daniel Ricciardo
  • Williams: Alex Alban and Logan Sargent

For viewers in the USA, TV Band will broadcast the United States Grand Prix, including sprint races and classifications on Open TV. BandSports will cover two races, two classifications, and a single practice session, while Ge will provide real-time coverage throughout the weekend.




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