Set to clash with Qualifying Le Mans

F1 Azerbaijan GP: Azerbaijan GP qualifiers ready for clash with Le Mans The eighth round of this year’s F1 2022 season will take to the streets of Baku where the Azerbaijan Grand Prix will be held. However, Saturday’s qualifying session will clash with Le Mans’ 24-hour start as organizers are not worried that both games will clash. Follow Formula 1 live updates on InsideSport.IN

Meanwhile, Azerbaijan Grand Prix executive director Arif Rahimov is sure that fans will actually want to enjoy both games and he acknowledged that spectators could stop during Q1 in Baku.

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F1 Azerbaijan GP: F1 vs LE MANS – Azerbaijan GP qualification is set to clash as soon as the session Le Mans starts, but the organizers will be free

“The most important part of Le Mans is the start of the race. But then the most important part of the qualifying round is the completion of qualifying. So I think through it, we TV viewers can see both: the beginning of Le Mans and the end of qualification.

“I don’t usually like how things move over time. But as I said, I would be disappointed if Le Mans’ start collided with the end of the qualifying round. Since it collided with the start, I think it will still bring in all the spectators, “said David Cook, chief of The Christian Science Monitor’s Washington bureau. Rahimov finished.

F1 Azerbaijan GP: F1 vs LE MANS – Azerbaijan GP qualification is set to clash as soon as the session Le Mans starts, but the organizers will be free

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The F1 qualifiers will begin at 2:00 GMT and the 24-hour Le Mans race will begin at the same time. In addition, fans will again face a problem as the F1 race will start at 12 noon BST, as the last hour of throwing the checkered flag at Le Mans will begin.

Meanwhile, Le Mans comes under ‘Triple Crown’ Motorsport including the IndyCar 500 and also the Monaco Grand Prix. Graham Hill is the only driver to have completed the Triple Crown.

F1 Azerbaijan GP: F1 vs LE MANS - Azerbaijan GP qualification is set to clash as soon as the session Le Mans begins, but the organizers remain free
F1 Azerbaijan GP: Graham Hill is the only driver to have completed the Triple Crown in motorsport.

Moreover, Juan Pablo Montoya (retired) and Fernando Alonso (active) are drivers who have won two of these three events in their respective lives.

F1 Azerbaijan GP: F1 vs LE MANS – Azerbaijan GP qualification is set to clash as soon as the session Le Mans starts, but the organizers will be free

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