Like MotoGP, F1 will be the final weekend of the season in which, as opposed to two wheels, there is one and only one man of absolute dominance, having already claimed his third consecutive world title for as many weeks. However, Max Verstappen, who, together with Red Bull, is certainly not satisfied with the victory and who will try to achieve his 18th consecutive victory in the United States, Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz is the only one who can break his incredible path. Are capable of.
he will try to do so Las VegasWhere the circus returns to the race after 41 years, on a track that is however completely changed compared to the track where in September 1982 the Italian Michele Alboreto raced in the last round of the World Championship won by Keke Rosberg (Williams). Had achieved victory. Tyrrell celebrated his seventh Constructors’ title with Ferrari (then 9 more followed from 1983 to 2008).
F1 show in Las Vegas
The mere mention of Las Vegas sends people on a mental journey into the most famous city in America, the state of Nevada. everything is possible, Between the nightlife, casinos and entertainment, in reality, Las Vegas is anything but ordinary and as such will even attempt to move on track. here because F1 paddock turns into an incident, almost the equivalent of the Super Bowl, with a track that runs along the Strip, is one of the most famous casinos in the world. And there will also be a chapel where it will be possible to get married.
In short, a farce. And Ferrari also hopes to be able to make its contribution, ready to bet on both of its drivers to try to reach the podium in Las Vegas and, why not, maybe even victory. Because in Las Vegas, as we know, everything is possible, but hope is that the slogan “What happens in Las Vegas, stays in Las Vegas“This does not apply to the Reds team who certainly want to end the season in the best possible way after swallowing so many bitter pills.
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F1 Las Vegas, the pigeon follows him
But how can you follow the Las Vegas GP’s emotions live? On the American street circuit, as always, Sky cameras will be filming the entire Formula 1 weekend, a TV which has taken the exclusive rights to the competition until 2027.
the weekend will be Visible on channel 207 (Sky Sports F1)But now streaming, As always, commentary is entrusted to Carlo Vanzini and Mark Gainey, with Roberto Chinchero in the pits. Below are all the times from the F1 weekend in which Ferrari will hope to achieve their second success of a season made up of many ups and downs.
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Friday 17th November
- 5.30am: F1 – Free Practice 1
- 9am: F1 – Free Practice 2
Saturday 18th November
- 5.30am: F1 – Free Practice 3
- 9am: F1 – Qualifying (delayed from 11.45am on TV8)
sunday 19 november
- 7am: F1 Race (delayed from 2pm on TV8)