All you need to know about what is shaping up to be a cracker of a race.
The Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday is looking like it could be a brilliant race, despite concerns about the excitement of the track.
It may not be the most exciting course in the world, but the race itself has the potential to be a really fun one to watch.
If you’re looking to tune in to the race, here’s all you need to know about it.
Spanish Grand Prix
The race itself is set to begin at 2pm, with coverage beginning on Sky Sports F1 at 12.30pm.
While you may only be interested in tuning in for the race itself, the coverage beforehand can often lead to some fascinating and funny moments.
Charles Leclerc is set to start in pole position in Sunday’s Grand Prix in Barcelona after an excellent performance in Saturday’s qualifier.
However, Max Verstappen goes into the race as the bookies’ favourite, with the Red Bull driver having won every race he finished so far this season.
He did struggle with power in the qualifier though, and with hot weather expected, he might end up in trouble. Red Bull’s Christian Horner said that the team would be working on the car up until the beginning of the race, knowing that a win in Barcelona would be huge.
The full starting grid can be seen below:
State of play in Spanish Grand Prix
1) Charles Leclerc, Ferrari
2) Max Verstappen, Red Bull
3) Carlos Sainz, Ferrari
4) George Russell, Mercedes
5) Sergio Perez, Red Bull
6) Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes
7) Valtteri Bottas, Alfa Romeo
8) Kevin Magnussen, Haas
9) Daniel Ricciardo, McLaren
10) Mick Schumacher, Haas
11) Lando Norris, McLaren
12) Esteban Ocon, Alpine
13) Yuki Tsunoda, Alpha Tauri
14) Pierre Gasly, Alpha Tauri
15) Zhou Guanyu, Alfa Romeo
16) Sebastian Vettel, Aston Martin
17) Fernando Alonso, Alpine
18) Lance Stroll, Aston Martin
19) Alex Albon, Williams
20) Nicolas Latifi, Williams
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