Under the desert night: Time, TV and preview of the Bahrain GP of Formula 1


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This Sunday there will be one of the races with the best visual spectacle of the season. The Bahrain Grand Prix of the Formula 1 always leaves spectacular images for fans due to cumming in the middle east desert night. Whether on camels or by car, Arabs love racing. Unfortunately, the coronavirus restrictions will not allow an audience in the stands.

Lewis Hamilton He will start from the top of the grid tomorrow. The Briton took almost three seconds off his teammate, Valtteri Bottas and he has all the numbers to win another victory. In third place, Max verstappen He will be able to start from the clean part of the circuit, which is an advantage for the Dutchman.

Things to define

Despite the fact that the World Championship is already in the hands of Hamilton, the remainder of the season will serve to decide next year’s budgets. Each position won in the drivers and constructors championship is fundamental in the prizes that Formula 1 gives to each of the winners. That is why there will be a fight to the death to win positions.

Championship status

Lewis Hamilton became champion and equaled the mark of Michael Schumacher with seven world titles. The Briton reached 307 points, against the 197 that Valtteri Bottas had. In this way the team Mercedes de was awarded the second title of the year. He had already won the Constructors’ Championship in Portugal.

Race schedule

Starting at 11:10 AM in Buenos Aires, Santiago de Chile, Montevideo and Asunción, the Bahrain Grand Prix race will begin. For its part, in La Paz and Caracas it will be at 10:10 AM. In Quito, Lima and Bogotá it will be at 09:10 AM. Finally, in Mexico City at 08:10 AM. The transmission will be through ESPN or on the premium platform of Formula 1 (F1TV).


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