Schedule and where to see the fight for the ‘pole’ of the F1 Dutch GP – Sport

09/03/2022 Act. at 12:12 CEST Free practice sessions this Friday were marked by the fight for the top positions between Mercedes and Ferrari The Dutchman Max Verstappen (Red Bull) is confident that he will continue his triumphant path towards his second Formula 1 World Championship with a visit home for the Dutch Grand Prix, while the Spaniards Carlos Sainz (Ferrari) and Fernando Alonso (Alpine) also have a good time to feed. In this Friday’s sessions, the fight on the track was between the Mercedes and Ferrari teams, whose drivers finished in the top positions during the first and second free practice sessions, respectively. The Monegasque driver Leclerc took first place in the last free sessions of the afternoon, his teammate Sainz being in charge of occupying second place, just four thousandths of a difference. Verstappen, favorite Last year the Zandvoort circuit reappeared, after 36 years of absence, and Verstappen took the victory, an important boost for his final victory. The one from Red Bull has in his hand to defend that title with eight races to finish the season, with an advantage of 93 points over his teammate Sergio Pérez. The champion won last weekend in Belgium, with a spectacular comeback on Sunday when he started fourteenth, although the Mexican was second. Verstappen’s biggest enemy is in his team but he has already shown that he has more than one ace up his sleeve, in addition to last year’s experience where he had to go much further to the limit. Where to watch the Formula 1 races Those who are not lucky enough to be able to take a place in the stands can always settle for following the excitement of the ‘Grand Circus’ on television. One more year, those in charge of broadcasting Formula 1 in Spain are Dazn and Movistar +, who share the broadcast. In principle, none of the grand prizes can be seen in the open. If you don’t have access to these options, you can always follow the races live on our live stream. Formula 1 qualifying and race schedule Saturday, September 10: Classification: 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Sunday, September 11: Race: 3:00 p.m. (72 laps).