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F1 Austrian GP Live Streaming – Austrian GP LIVE Broadcast: The eleventh round of the F1 2022 season will head to Spielberg,…
F1 Austrian GP Live Streaming – Austrian GP LIVE Broadcast: The eleventh round of the F1 2022 season will head to Spielberg, Austria in the form of the Austrian Grand Prix. The Red Bull Ring is the home GP for the Red Bull team and they will look to extend their lead in the championship. Meanwhile, Max Verstappen will have a chance to extend his lead but Sergio Perez is closing on his tail. Follow Formula 1 Updates and Austrian Grand Prix Live on InsideSport.IN.
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Austrian GP LIVE Broadcast: Max Verstappen has won the Austrian GP three times and if this year he takes the win, he will be leading the charts for the maximum number of wins at the Red Bull Ring.
F1 Austrian GP Schedule & Timings: Practice 1, Date – 08th July
Timings – 17:00 to 18:00 IST
Qualifying, Date – 08th July
Timings – 20:30 to 21:30 IST
Practice 2, Date – 09th July
Timings – 16:00 to 17:00 IST
Sprint, Date – 09th July
Timings – 20:00 to 21:00 IST
Race, Date – 10th July
Timings – 18:30 to 20:30 IST
Meanwhile, the Austrian GP was first held in 1970 and since then it has hosted the race 33 times till now.
F1 Austrian GP Sprint race: Meanwhile, this year at the Austrian Grand Prix, we will see the second sprint race of the season as qualifying will take place on Friday.
What is a sprint race? The sprint race format is a race where drivers have to complete 100 km with no mandatory pit stops. This year there will be three sprint races and one has been concluded in Imola. The last sprint race will be held in Brazil.
How the F1 drivers’ table looks like: Moreover, Red Bull’s Max Verstappen is leading the F1 drivers’ standings with 181 points. He is followed by his teammate Sergio Perez in the second spot with 147 points. Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc is 9 points shy of the Mexican in the third spot with 138 points.
How the constructors’ table looks like: Red Bull is leading the constructors’ standings with 328 points. Ferrari takes the second spot with 265 points and Mercedes are 61 points behind the Italian side with 204 points.
Location – Spielberg, Austria
First Grand Prix – 1970
Number of Laps – 71
Circuit Length – 4.318 km
Race Distance – 306.452 km
F1 Austrian GP LIVE: When was the track built?
The fearsome, unique Osterreichring was begun in 1969 as a trade for the Zeltweg airfield circuit. The track referred to now as the Red Bull Ring was pretty much made over the colder time of the year 1995-6 when Hermann Tilke was locked in to transform the Osterreichring into a more limited, more present-day race track.
When was its first Grand Prix?
The A1-Ring, as it was then called, was opened in 1996, with Formula 1 showing up at the circuit a year later. Jacques Villeneuve came out on top in the race, while Jean Alesi had an accident when his Benetton scaled the Ferrari of Eddie Irvine. Alesi’s partner Gerhard Berger, in the interim, utilized his home Grand Prix to announce his F1 retirement.
Who won the last Grand Prix?
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen won the 2021 Austrian Grand Prix and was followed by Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas and McLaren’s Lando Norris in the second and third positions.
Where can you watch the Practice, Qualifying, and Race on TV?
The Practice, Qualifying, and Race can be viewed on Star Sports.
Where can you watch the Practice, Qualifying, and Race? – Live Stream
The Practice, Qualifying, and Race can be live-streamed on Disney + Hotstar.
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