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CHARLES LECLERC may have won in Bahrain but the battle for the F1 Drivers’ Championship has only just begun.
The Frenchman currently leads the standings by eight points ahead of fellow Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz as the season now heads to Saudi Arabia.
Charles Leclerc kicked off the F1 season with a win
With high hopes for Max Verstappen after his controversial Championship victory last season, the Dutchman was forced to retire three laps from the end with a suspected fuel pump problem.
Red Bull team-mate Sergio Perez spun out on the final lap promoting Lewis Hamilton onto the podium to finish in third place, ahead of team-mate George Russell.
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What Time is the F1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix?
- F1 heads to Saudi Arabia on the weekend of Friday, March 25 to Sunday, March 27.
- The race is set for 6pm GMT on Sunday.
The Bahrain GP ended in dramatic fashion
What TV channel is the F1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix on and can I live stream it?
- The F1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix is live on Sky Sports F1.
- You can stream all the action live with a Sky Go account or the Sky Sports app.
- Non-Sky Sports subscribers can still watch the whole race day with a Now TV Day Pass from £9.99.
F1 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix schedule
- Practice One – 2pm GMT (5pm local time)
- Practice Two – 5pm (8pm local time)
- Practice Three – 2pm (5pm local time)
- Qualifying – 5pm (8pm local time)
- Race – 6pm (9pm local time)