All you need to know about Azerbaijan GP

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In 2020, the race did not move forward due to the Covid-19 restrictions. The competition will be held on the Baku Street Circuit, the capital of Azerbaijan. Red Bull driver Sergio Perez, who will emerge victorious from the Monaco GP, is Azerbaijan’s last winner.

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F1 Azerbaijan GP: Time to practice, qualification, race, live streaming and what you need to know – check out

Exercise 1, Date – 10 June

Time – 16:30 to 17:30 IST

Exercise 2, Date – 10 June

Time – 19:30 to 20:30 IST

Exercise 3, Date – 11 June

Time – 16:30 to 17:30 IST

Eligibility, date – 11 June

Time – 19:30 to 20:30 IST

Race, date – 12 June

Time – 16:30 to 18:30 IST

Where can you watch practice, qualification and race on TV?

Practice, qualification and race will be seen in Star Sports.

Where can you see practice, qualifications and races? – Live broadcast

Practice, qualification and race can be live-streamed on Disney + Hotstar.

F1 Azerbaijan GP: Time to practice, qualification, race, live streaming and what you need to know – check out

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F1 Azerbaijan GP: DRS zone and track layout.

Location – Baku, Azerbaijan

First Grand Prix – 2016

Number of laps – 51

Circuit length – 6.003 km

Race distance – 306.049 km

When was the track built?

There was track ‘By definition’ Built for F1, as it is a street circuit in the F1 calendar, joining the locations of Monaco, Melbourne and Singapore.

When was the first Grand Prix held?

The first Grand Prix in Baku was held in 2016, as the European Grand Prix. Then in 2017, a race called the Azerbaijan Grand Prix was held, which probably saw the biggest surprise. At that point, Daniel Ricciardo won from Valetri Botas and Williams of Lance Stroll, while Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel fought back in the safety car.

Who won the last Grand Prix?

Sergio Perez won the 2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix because he was followed by Sebastian Vettel in second place and Pierre Gasli in third place.

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