12/03/ Attention: waiting for FIA confirmation About the racing schedule.
13/03 Australian Grand Prix canceled
Usually, I always write a lot about planned F1 weekend events: what, when and what time. Usually, but not today: as you already know the drivers autograph session is already been canceled because of the coronavirus. You have to know some of our plans for Formula 1 races could be changed because of this situation. Anyway, in the worst case, everyone will be watching Formula 1 race at home. So let’s just watch the race on TV this weekend and see what time those scheduled.
Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix Schedule*
Practice 1 12:00 – 13:30
Practice 2 16:00 – 17:30
Practice 3 14:00 – 15:00
Qualifying 17:00 – 18:00
Race 16:10 – 18:10
*The time is local.
What do we need to know before our F1 Australian GP starts?
Here some points, loud news that makes F1 racing more interesting, no gossip, the truth only
1. Mercedes’ DAS system
The Dual Axis Steering (DAS) system is potentially a performance differentiator that will give the defending champions an added edge. Someone says that this will make Mercedes AMG F1 team cars undefeated someone is sure those cars are already being in. Well, it’s time to see who is right and not in words only.
2. Mercedes drivers challenge.
Last year, Valtteri Bottas ended Australian GP with a dominant performance It raised the prospect of ‘Bottas 2.0’, and self-confidence to take the fight to Lewis Hamilton in the drivers’ championship. As we already know that Mercedes Amf F1 drivers are in favor, it’ll be more interesting to see who will win.
3. Ferrari’s power
The FIA reached a settlement with Ferrari regarding the operation of their power unit last year, but the terms remain confidential. As you already know the other teams are unhappy at a lack of transparency from the governing body, the discussion is continued.
4. Hidden potential.
After winter testing it’s very unclear with the true potential of Red Bull Racing, Renault F1 and Ferrari cars. As long as it a true political sports game, but after a while, we’ll finally see some of the hidden parts of true potential Formula 1 2020 cars.
Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix 2019 highlights.
One last I suggest you look at the best moments of 2019. I hope it will be an unpredictable racing weekend, have a good time!