Formula 1: what time is it and how to watch the Imola GP live

The super action Sunday of the motor world will culminate with an irrefutable proposal by the fans of this specialty. The Formula 1 will dispute his second date of this calendar of 2021. In the Enzo e Dino Ferrari circuit will be carried out andl Imola Grand Prix. After an exciting qualifying, the race promises to be just as close.

This Saturday’s qualifying showed that the cars made a big leap forward in performance compared to last season. The seven times champion, Lewis Hamilton, got his 99th pole, but this does not mean that things are the same as 2020. Mercedes has problems and Red bull it’s closer than ever when it comes to performance.

Sergio perez he was less than a tenth away from taking pole position at the Imola GP. However, Hamilton’s brilliant lap was a little better. The Mexican won for the first time the arm wrestling to his new teammate, Max verstappen, who will start in third position. Valtteri Bottas he was the big loser on Saturday as he finished in eighth place.

The Ferrari they took an impressive step forward. So much Charles Leclerc What Carlos Sainz They will fight to reach the podium this Sunday, seeking to continue improving last year’s results. Also, do not rule out the McLaren, that from the hand of Lando norris they were very close to fighting the first positions of the classifier

Schedules and TV

On the occasion of the funeral of Prince Felipe, the race schedules were modified. At 07.00 from Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Mexico, the race will begin. At 08.00 from Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and Panama. For its part, at 10.00 from Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Chile, Paraguay and 15.00 from Spain. The transmission will be by STAR Action Premium and ESPN2 in Latin America. DAZN or Movistar F1 in Spain and in F1TV for everyone.

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