What time does the 2021 Saudi Arabia Grand Prix start?

04-12-2021 19:11
by GPblog.com
What time does the 2021 Saudi Arabia Grand Prix start?

Lewis Hamilton has secured a good starting position for Saturday's GP of Saudi Arabia. Behind the Briton, Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen will start. A good starting position is important on this track. It is a circuit where there is little room to overtake. So it will be a battle for the first corner between the Mercedes drivers and Verstappen, who will start from P3.

When will the Saudi Arabia GP start?

The Saudi Arabian Grand Prix will start at 17:30 on Sunday evening. The drivers will do 50 laps on the Jeddah Corniche Circuit. The finish is expected around 19:00.

This edition of the Saudi Arabia GP will be exciting. On Friday we saw Hamilton being the fastest in the first and second free practice. On Saturday afternoon the Brit also managed to take pole position due to a mistake by Verstappen, but it seemed that the Dutchman was faster than both Mercedes drivers.

Final touches

With two races to go the result of this race is very important. Verstappen has to start from third place due to a mistake in qualifying. That means he has to get past Bottas before he can take on Hamilton. He will give everything to make it happen. So we can expect a race full of spectacle.

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