AFTER one of the most dramatic Grand Prix's of recent years last weekend, F1 has remained in Bahrain for another go.
Romain Grosjean miraculously escaped serious injury after a horrendous fireball crash last Sunday, before Lance Stroll flipped his car when the race restarted.
Eventually, it was the familiar sight of Lewis Hamilton taking the chequered flag – but we will definitely have a new winner at Sahkir after the Brit was ruled out after testing positive for coronavirus.
When is Sakhir Grand Prix?
- Sunday, December 6 sees the big race go off at 5.10pm GMT.
- Practice 1 and 2 were on Friday and George Russell – in for Hamilton – went fastest in the Mercedes.
- Qualifying was on Saturday, December 5 – with Russell's Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas taking pole.
- The race weekend follows a familiar format with Practice 1 and 2 on day one, Practice 3 and qualifying day two before the race on day three.
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
You can watch all of the weekend's action live on Sky Sports F1.
If you don't have a Sky account, grab a NOW TV pass from £9.99 to stream on a number of devices.
Friday, December 4
- Practice 1 – 1.30pm to 3pm GMT
- Practice 2 – 5.30pm to 7pm
Saturday, December 5
- Practice 3 – 2pm to 3pm
- Qualifying – 5pm
Sunday, December 6
- Race – 5.10pm
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