This Sunday the thirteenth race of Formula 1 will take place at the Zandvoort Circuit. I know everything you need to know.
This weekend will happen Formula 1 Dutch Grand Prix at the Zandvoort Circuit, in what will be the thirteenth race of the season after Max Vestappen’s great victory in Belgium. I know what there is to know.
F1: schedule and how to watch the Dutch GP live
The Dutch Grand Prix will be the thirteenth race of the 2023 Formula 1 season, and Red Bull driver and reigning champion Max Verstappen came from Saturday’s classification win with Lando Norris (McLaren) and George Russell (Mercedes) completing the podium.
In addition, the Dutchman leads the drivers’ championship table with 314 points, 125 units behind his team-mate and main chaser Sergio ‘Checo’ Pérez, so he will be looking to win his tenth Grand Prix of the season and further establish himself at the top of the tournament. .
F1 LIVE: where to watch the Dutch GP on TV and online
The Dutch GP race Watch it live on Fox Sports:
- Channels 25 (SD) and 106 (HD) of Cablevisión Digital, HD and Flow
- DirecTV channels 105 (SD) and 1605 (HD)
- Channels 101 (SD) and 1013 (HD) of Telecentro
You can enjoy it too Star +the streaming service that offers ESPN. There are two easy ways to contract the service to watch Formula 1: first, through 1,749 pesos per month and, another option, is to get it annually for $17,490.
In turn, you can also access F1TV, the service offered by F1 and its cost
$6.99 per month.
On the other hand, as always, you will be able to follow every minute on the website of TyCSports.com.
F1: how was the Dutch GP circuit
The Dutch Grand Prix is run in Zandvoort Circuitlocated in the northwest of the country, 15 kilometers from the capital Amsterdam. It was inaugurated on August 7, 1948 and in 1980 it underwent a radical change, when almost half of its route was cut off, although in 1999 part of the layout was recovered and the track returned to its original length. It hosted Formula 1 from 1952 to 1985, returning for the 2020 season.
May 4,259 kilometers longShared with 14 curves, where 10 are on the right and four on the left. They will give a total 72 laps and they will be completed that way 306 kilometers. May two DRS zones, one on the straight after 10 and the other before 13.
F1: what time does the Dutch Grand Prix take place?
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- Colombia: 8 hours
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