How to watch F1 Spain Grand Prix live in Australia and start time
Can anyone beat F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton or challenger Max Verstappen in Spain?
Seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton won the last race in Portugal to rack up his 97th career win and extend his championship lead over Max Verstappen to eight points. It has been a tight, tactical battle between the duo to date.
Hamilton sits on top of the driver standings with 69 points, with Red Bull driver Verstappen on 61. McLaren's Lando Norris is a distant third (37 points). Hamilton and Verstappen have been in the top two in all three races this season.
Who comes out on top in another crucial race towards this year's world title?
F1 Spain starting time in Australia
How to watch Spanish Grand Prix in Australia
There are 23 races on the new F1 schedule and all of them outside the Australian GP can only be found on Kayo, Foxtel iQ and Foxtel Now. For a full breakdown of your viewing options, check out our F1 guide. We also have a rundown of this season's F1 calendar, teams and drivers.
Can I watch the Spanish F1 Grand Prix on free-to-air?
No. Only the Australian GP in November can be seen live on free-to-air TV, via 10 play. Channel 10 will be showing a 1-hour highlights program of the other 22 races on Monday nights on 10 Bold.
Stream F1 Spain on Kayo Sports
Kayo Sports is the place to be for all revheads. On top of every F1 and V8 Supercar race, it also has IndyCar, MotoGP and much more. Right now you can watch all the action for no cost using Kayo's 14-day free trial for new users.
After that a Basic subscription will cost you $25 per month and gives you access to 2 screens or devices. For $10 more per month a Premium subscription gives you 3 screens. There are no lock-in contracts and you can cancel at any time.
In total Kayo has access to more than 50 sports and also boasts a number of special features. RaceView allows fans to watch four feeds on one screen. HeliCam, Race Centre, Pit Lane and driver cameras are also among the options.
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F1 Spain qualifying results
|2||33||Max Verstappen||Red Bull Racing|
|5||31||Esteban Ocon||Alpine Renault|
|7||3||Daniel Ricciardo||McLaren Mercedes|
|8||11||Sergio Perez||Red Bull Racing|
|9||4||Lando Norris||McLaren Mercedes|
|10||14||Fernando Alonso||Alpine Renault|
|11||18||Lance Stroll||Aston Martin|
|12||10||Pierre Gasly||AlphaTauri Honda|
|13||5||Sebastian Vettel||Aston Martin|
|14||99||Antonio Giovinazzi||Alfa Romeo|
|15||63||George Russell||Williams Mercedes|
|16||22||Yuki Tsunoda||AlphaTauri Honda|
|17||7||Kimi Räikkönen||Alfa Romeo|
|19||6||Nicholas Latifi||Williams Mercedes|
Who will win the Spanish Formula 1 Grand Prix?
Spain's Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya will host an F1 race for the 31st time since its addition to the calendar in 1991 and promises to be an intriguing spectacle.
Red Bull are still serious challengers in the world title race but Hamilton and Mercedes have worked hard to stay on top thus far.
Aussie driver Daniel Ricciardo admits he is still struggling to come to grips with his McLaren. But after a dismal qualifying performance in last week's race in Portugal, he did bounce back well to finish ninth in Portugal. He starts from seventh on the grid in Spain.
Traditionally this circuit offers little room for overtaking. With that in mind, we'll tip Hamilton to take an early lead from pole before going on to win his fifth straight Spanish Grand Prix and extend his championship lead.
Image source: Kayo Sports website