FORMULA ONE returns to our screens this weekend as Red Bull look to continue their dominance this season.
Red Bull have won the first three Grand Prixs of 2023, with reigning champion Max Verstappen winning two of them.
Christian Horner will be hoping Red Bull can continue their dominant start
Lewis Hamilton finished in second place at the Australian Grand Prix
After a poor start to the year for Mercedes, Lewis Hamilton picked up an impressive result at the Australian Grand Prix earlier this month – finishing in second place just behind Verstappen.
Fernando Alonso has finished in a podium spot in every Grand Prix this year, so he’ll be looking to get a memorable win for Aston Martin this time out.
A sprint race will be featured for the first race weekend this season.
When is the Azerbaijan Grand Prix?
- The Azerbaijan Grand Prix race will take place on Sunday, April 30 at the Baku City Circuit.
- The race will get underway at 12pm BST.
What channel is it and can it be live streamed?
- The Azerbaijan Grand Prix will be shown on Sky Sports F1.
- You can also live stream all of the action from the NOW TV or Sky Go app, both of which are available for download onto your mobile or tablet device.
- The race will also be streamed on F1 TV depending on your location – if your area is not eligible, download a VPN, connect to a server location showing F1 TV and head to the F1 site.
- Highlights from every Grand Prix this year will be aired on Channel 4.
F1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix FULL SCHEDULE
Friday, April 28
- First Practice Session – 10:30am BST
- Qualifying Session – 2pm BST
Saturday, April 29
- Second Practice Session – 10:30am BST
- Sprint Race – 2:30pm BST
Sunday, April 30
- Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix 2023 – 12pm BST