Australian Grand Prix: Live updates from the Melbourne race as Charles Leclerc starts on pole ahead of Max Verstappen. Follow all the updates from the Australian GP as Charles Leclerc starts on pole ahead of Max Verstappen, with Lewis Hamilton fifth. Watch live on Sky Sports F1.
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The big battles for the coming laps will be Perez attempting to hunt down Russell while Hamilton chases the Red Bull. Norris and Ricciardo are also fighting Magnussen for seventh, with neither the Dane nor Alonso in front having pitted.
Having battled in qualifying and the race in Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, will it be another enthralling head-to-head? Or can another driver and team get involved in the action?
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Get ready for early starts and fast racing as the Australian GP returns from Melbourne’s Albert Park, with all the action live on Sky Sports F1; Watch Sunday’s race live at 6am, with build-up from 4.30am
The 2022 Australian Grand Prix starts at 6am BST on Sunday. With Leclerc on pole alongside Verstappen, F1 fans are set for another Ferrari vs Red Bull duel. Aussie fans can watch free on 10play. Travelling away from Oz at the moment? Make sure you know how to watch an Australian Grand Prix free live stream from abroad with the help of a VPN.
Get ready for early starts and fast racing as the Australian GP returns from Melbourne’s Albert Park, with all the action live on Sky Sports F1
Last time out, defending champion Max Verstappen chalked up his first win of the 2022 F1 season in Saudi Arabia. The Red Bull ace enjoyed a thrilling game of cat and mouse with Charles Leclerc before passing the Ferrari just four laps before the chequered flag. Leclerc maintain a 20 point lead over his rival in the Drivers’ Championship.
Lewis Hamilton will start the Australian Grand Prix from fifth as Charles Leclerc secured pole position for Sunday’s race. Follow live text and BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra commentary from qualifying at the Australian Grand Prix.
Following an entertaining qualifying session in Melbourne – red-flagged on two occasions – Ferrari’s Leclerc took the spoils with Max Verstappen joining him on the front row.
F1 qualifying LIVE: Australian Grand Prix results as Charles Leclerc beats Max Verstappen to pole position. Follow all the reaction from a
Sergio Perez finished third in the other Red Bull, one place ahead of British driver Lando Norris in the McLaren. George Russell took sixth.
F1 Australian Grand Prix qualifying LIVE! Pole position result, reaction and latest news from Melbourne. VIEW COMMENTS.
Hamilton’s bid for a record eighth crown has been derailed by his uncompetitive Mercedes machinery. The British driver is already 29 points behind championship leader Leclerc.
Sebastian Vettel has been declared fit to race the 2022 Australian Grand Prix after missing the first two races of the season due to a covid infection. Can he drag Aston Martin up the field? And, in other F1 news, it’s been announced that the Las Vegas strip will host a Formula 1 race in 2023.
Lewis Hamilton and George Russell finished fifth and sixth in Albert Park qualifying despite lack of Mercedes upgrades and “spiteful” car; Charles Leclerc on pole ahead of Max Verstappen; watch Sunday’s race live at 6am on Sky Sports F1 and Sky Sports Main Event