From 31 March to 2nd April 2023
The Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix is a motorsport race that is held annually in Melbourne, Australia. It is the first race of the Formula One World Championship season and has been held at the Albert Park circuit since 1996.
The race typically takes place in March and lasts for 58 laps, covering a total distance of 307.574 km. The track is a street circuit that is made up of public roads and features 16 turns.
Some of the greatest drivers in Formula One history won the Australian Grand Prix, including Michael Schumacher, Ayrton Senna, and Lewis Hamilton. The current lap record holder for the circuit is Sebastian Vettel with a time of 1:23.529, set in 2011.
In addition to the main race, the Australian Grand Prix weekend also includes support races such as the Formula 2 Championship and the Porsche Carrera Cup Australia. The event attracts a large number of spectators from around the world and is considered one of the highlights of the Formula One calendar.
Friday, March 31
Australian Grand Prix P1 - 2.30 am-3.30 am
Australian Grand Prix P2 - 6:00 am-7:00 am
Saturday, April 1
Australian Grand Prix P3 - 2.30 am-3.30 am
Australian Grand Prix qualifying - 6:00 am-7:00 am
Sunday, April 2
Australian Grand Prix - 6:00 am
Watching the Australian Grand Prix while traveling overseas or in a different country may seem impossible due to geo-blocking technology used by broadcasters. Unfortunately, this restriction means that the TV streaming service will not be accessible. So don’t lose your heart, you can still watch F1 Australia GP live stream at Formula1online.net all you need is a premium subscription. Formula 1 Online offers global streaming so you can enjoy F1 full-season racing live online without any country restrictions.
All the sessions of the Australian Grand Prix can be viewed in the UK via Sky Sports F1.
Acquire a Sky Sports membership to access the Australian Grand Prix live streaming online. In case you're located outside the UK during the race, then you can watch F1 live stream at Formula1online.net as it offers global coverage with no country blockage.
American F1 enthusiasts have access to the Australian Grand Prix on the ESPN channel and there's no requirement for a pricy cable subscription to view it.