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Saudi Arabian Grand Prix 2022: Schedule, Track details & more

The circuit which is situated along the shores of the Red Sea, is the second-longest on the calendar, some 800 m shorter than Belgium's Spa and the fastest street circuit.

Aakash Srivastava Author

Updated - 25 March 2022 3:12 pm

After round one of F1’s 2022 season ended a few days ago, all eyes have moved to Jeddah for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix which will host the second race of the calendar for the ongoing season. Dominated by Ferrari, Bahrain Grand Prix saw Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz finish the first round on 1st and 2nd position, respectively. However, Lewis Hamilton had to compromise with the third position.

The inaugural race at Saudi Arabian GP was laced with a lot of drama and action. The circuit which is situated along the shores of the Red Sea, is the second-longest on the calendar, some 800m shorter than Belgium’s Spa and the fastest street circuit. Track widening at the final turn 27 could make the lap even quicker. Like the first round, the second race of the season is expected to be one thriller ride which will surely hook the F1 fans to the TV screens. Eying the excitement amongst enthusiasts, SportsTiger bring out every detail related to race.

Saudi Arabia GP
Practice 1, Date – 25th March
Timings – 19:30 to 20:30 IST

Practice 2, Date – 25th March
Timings – 22:30 to 23:30 IST

Practice 3, Date – 26th March
Timings – 19:30 to 20:30 IST

Qualifying, Date – 26th March
Timings – 22:30 to 23:30 IST

Race, Date – 27th March
Timings – 22:30 to 00:30 IST

Where can you watch the practice, qualifying, and race on TV?
The practice, qualifying, and race can be viewed on Star Sports.

Where can you watch the live streaming of practice, qualifying, and race? 
The practice, qualifying, and race can be live-streamed on Disney + Hotstar.

Location – Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

First Grand Prix – 2021

Number of Laps – 50 Circuit

Length – 6.174 km

Race Distance – 308.45 km

When was its first Grand Prix?
The inaugural Saudi Arabia Grand Prix happened in 2021 and the track has now joined its counterparts in Middle Eastern countries such as Bahrain and Abu Dhabi.

Who won the last Grand Prix?
It was Lewis Hamilton who won the inaugural Saudi Arabia Grand Prix and was then level on points with Max Verstappen. They both were fighting for the title championship and were levelled on 369.5 points.

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