Championship Formula 1 It enters the sixth day of its 2021 edition. The Azerbaijan Grand Prix will take place on Sunday, from 7:00 am (Peruvian time), at the Baku Street Circuit. The dispatch will be responsible for ESPN The Star Action.
Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc took center stage in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix on Saturday, the second in a row for Monaco, after a busy qualifying day at the Baku urban circuit.
World champion Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) will accompany Leclerc in the front row of the grid, who will want to make up for himself after he was unable to participate in the last race, two weeks ago in Monte Carlo, having achieved first place.
Azerbaijan GP 2021: schedules
- 07:00 – Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Mexico
- Time 08:00 – Venezuela, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay
- 09:00 – Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil
- 2:00 PM – Spain, Germany, Italy, France
Dutchman Max Verstappen (Red Bull), current world championship leader, and Frenchman Pierre Gasly (AlphaTauri) will start from the second row of the starting grid.
Fifth was Ferrari’s second driver, Carlos Sainz, and sixth, Lando Norris, but the McLaren driver was punished by three places on the starting grid for not leaving the track when the course was already suspended.
Thus, Sainz will be accompanied by Sergio Perez. Practically brilliant on Friday, Mexico’s Red Bull managed to win only for the seventh time, although they will start in sixth place after Norris was suspended.
British penalties also benefit Spaniard Fernando Alonso, who signed his Alpine-Renault for the ninth fastest time, but will start from the fourth row, escorting Japanese starter from AlphaTauri Yuki Tsunoda.
Q3, which featured the 10 fastest drivers, was suspended a minute after the finish when Tsunoda crashed at Turn 3 and Sainz, who was in the back, ended up in the safety barrier after trying to avoid the AlphaTauri driver.
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