The Formula 1 season heads Down Under for the 2023 Australian GP, so make sure you know all of the F1 session times for the action at the Albert Park Circuit in Melbourne.
Despite being resurfaced in 2022, Albert Park is quite a bumpy circuit and is one of the faster tracks on the F1 circuit. The first race held in Melbourne was in 1996 with the circuit undergoing a few layout changes to it’s 5.278km length since then.
The 2023 Australian GP will take place of there weekend of March 31-April 2 and will be a 58 lap race.
Red Bull have dominated the 2023 F1 season so far, finishing first and second in the opening two races. Their closest challenger has been Fernando Alonso in the Aston Martin, as both the Ferrari and Mercedes cars have seemingly gone backwards in terms of performance.
When is the 2023 Australian GP?
The 2023 Australian GP will take place at the Albert Park Circuit, with qualifying scheduled for 16:00 AEDT (local time) on Saturday, and the race at 15:00 AEDT (local time) on Sunday.
|Date||Session||Local||UK (BST)||US (EDT)||US (PDT)|
|Mar 31||Practice 1||12:30||02:30||21:30*||18:30*|
|Mar 31||Practice 2||16:00||06:00||01:00||22:00*|
|Apr 1||Practice 3||12:30||02:30||21:30*||18:30*|
|Apr 2||Grand Prix||15:00||06:00||01:00||22:00*|
Where can I watch the 2023 Australian GP?
For viewers in the UK, all the practice 2023 Australian GP sessions, qualifying and the race will be shown live on Sky Sports F1. Meanwhile, if you are in the USA every session will be shown across ESPN.
F1 fans in Australia will be able to catch all the action on Fox Sports, while those in Canada can watch on TSN.