Max Verstappen’s Red Bull Racing teammate Max Verstappen finished second in the qualifying session at Albert Park, with Ferrari F1 teammate Charles Leclerc taking pole position.
There were only two tenths of a second separating the majority of the field, but the Monegasque was 0.286s quicker than the Dutchman.
Leclerc hopes to build on his lead in the Formula One Drivers’ Championship standings by winning the Australian Grand Prix after securing pole position. Here is a look at how to watch F1 live in India and the United Kingdom, as well as the Australian Grand Prix live streaming details, ahead of Sunday’s big event in Melbourne.
Details of the Australian Grand Prix live stream in India
You can watch the Australian Grand Prix live in India on Star Sports Network, as it is the country’s official broadcaster. The Disney+ Hotstar app offers a live stream of all Formula One races. On Sunday, April 10, at 10:30 a.m. IST, the main race will begin. In the meantime, racegoers can follow the action on the official social media accounts of the competing teams and Formula One.
Watch the Australian Grand Prix live from London?
The Australian Grand Prix’s main race will be broadcast live on Sky Sports in the United Kingdom. Those interested in following the action can use the SkyGp app to watch the Australian Grand Prix live.
The final qualifying results for the Australian Grand Prix.
Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc is the current leader.
2) Red Bull Racing – Max Verstappen.
Sebastian Perez (Red Bull Racing) Sergio Perez
4) McLaren’s Lando Norris (4)
It’s Mercedes against Lewis Hamilton for fifth place!
“Mercedes” by George Russell
McLaren driver Daniel Ricciardo is seventh on the grid.
8) Alpine-Esteban Ocon
The Ferrari of Carlos Sainz
The Alpine 10 Fernando Alonso
Valtteri Bottas, Alfa Romeo, 11th place, Pierre Gasly, 12th place
Thirteenth Yuki Tsunoda – AlphaTauri, fourteenth Zhou Guanyu – Alfa Romeo
16) Alex Albon – Williams, 15) Mick Schumacher – Haas.
Kevin Magnussen (Haas) – Kevin Magnussen
Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin) – Aston Martin
Nicholas Latifi – Williams (19th place finisher)
Lance Stroll (Aston Martin) is ranked number 20.