The second race of the 2022 Formula One World Championship takes place in Saudi Arabia and you can follow all the Williams action by clicking on ‘Newsfeed’ (above) during the event.
We’re back at the Jeddah Corniche Circuit – the fastest street circuit in the world. Nicky and Alex will likely reach an average just shy of 250kph each time they lap this demanding 6.174km track.
Last season’s maiden Saudi Arabian Grand Prix was packed full of drama, so join us live to see if it can be matched in 2022.
To find out more about the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix, read our handy guide here.
It was a challenging weekend for the team that saw both drivers unable to reach the chequered flag on Sunday.
Alex Albon was classified as finishing P14 after pulling over with three laps remaining, while Nicholas Latifi’s race ended on lap 16.
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This week’s badge features the national bird of Saudi Arabia, the Saker Falcon.
Much like this weekend’s venue, the Saker Falcon is famed for its speed. Often seen on their own, they are an incredibly patient hunter and will happily spend hours in the air – or on their perch – waiting for the perfect moment.
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Times displayed are track times (CET+3)
Practice 1: Friday 25 March - 17:00-18:00 Practice 2: Friday 25 March - 20:00-21:00
Practice 3: Saturday 26 March - 17:00-18:00 Qualifying: Saturday 26 March - 20:00
Race: Sunday 27 March - 20:00
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