F1 is back for another exciting season
Lewis Hamilton is looking for a sixth world championship after lifting the title once again in 2018.
Getty Images – Getty Sebastian Vettel won last year’s Australian Grand Prix
And its all change with the teams, most notably Ferrari and Red Bull.
Charles Leclerc has replaced Kimi Raikkonen at Ferrari, while Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo’s turbulent three years at Red Bull together have come to an end.
When is the Australian Grand Prix?
The Australian Grand Prix will be held on Sunday, March 17.
The race will get underway at 5.10am – 4.10pm in Melbourne.
Before that, Practice One will take place on Friday, March 15 at 1am followed by Practice Two at 5am.
Practice Three will follow at 3am on Saturday, March 16 before the battle for pole commences with qualifying at 6am.
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What TV channel is the Australian Grand Prix on and can I live stream it?
The Australian Grand Prix will be live on Sky Sports F1 from 3.30am on Sunday.
Friday practice coverage will begin at 12.30am while Saturday coverage will start at 2.45am.
Non-Sky Sports subscribers can still watch the race on TV by ordering a NOW TV Day Pass for £8.99.
To live stream the race, log into your Sky Go account.
Where is the Australian Grand Prix held?
As has been the case since 1996, the Australian Grand Prix will be held at Albert Park, Melbourne.
Drivers will race 58 laps.