The New F1 season is about to start, with the Bahrain GP 2023 taking place on March 5. Here, we will know every detail regarding the event.
The qualifying rounds are already over, the main race is just a few moments away from starting. Max Verstappen will be starting the grid in this year’s event.
Max Verstappen had an amazing season last year. The Drivers’ Champion has won the Mexican GP, Abu Dhabi GP, US GP, and many more races last year. He couldn’t finish the last year’s Bahrain event for a car issue.
Charles Leclerc is the defending champion of the tournament. He showed consistent performance last year and will be starting third in the grid today.
There will be racers like Sergio Perez, Carlos Sainz, Fernando Alonso, and many more in the lineup. The main race will feature 20 racers, players will need to finish 57 laps and 308.238 km in order to finish the race.
When will the Bahrain GP 2023 be held?
- Date: The race will be held on Sunday, March 5
- Time: The race will start at 10 a.m ET
How to Watch Bahrain GP 2023 on TV?
In the USA, the Bahrain GP 2023 will be broadcasted both on ESPN and ABC.
Sky Sports F1 will bring all the actions of the event to the rating fans of the UK. You can watch extended match highlights, analysis, and news regarding the event here.
TSN will show the event live from Canada. RDS has also a broadcasting right, they will show the race in the French language.
Fox Sports will be showing the full event in Australia
How to Live Stream the event?
- Sky Go App
- TSN Direct
- Kayo Sports
You will b able to watch the live stream of the Bahrain GP 2023 from the USA only with a monthly subscription fee of $9.99. In the UK, the Sky Go app will bring you to live actions. TSN Direct App will show the event in Canada. Kayo has the right to display the event from Australia, the monthly subscription costs $25 AUD.
Where will the event take Place?
- Circuit: Bahrain International Circuit
- Capacity: 70,000 people
The event will take place at the Bahrain International Circuit. The venue can accommodate 70,000 people. The circuit has a length of 5.412 km and 15 turns.
Bahrain GP 2023 Start List:
- Max Verstappen
- Sergio Perez
- Charles Leclerc
- Carlos Sainz
- Fernando Alonso
- George Russell
- Lewis Hamilton
- Lance Stroll
- Esteban Ocon
- Nico Hulkenberg
- Lando Norris
- Valtteri Bottas
- Zhou Guanyu
- Yuki Tsunoda
- Alex Albon
- Logan Sargeant
- Kevin Magnussen
- Oscar Piastri
- Nyck de Vries
- Pierre Gasly