The seventeenth weekend of the Formula 1 season is ahead of us. It’s time for the Qatar Grand Prix.

The Qatar Grand Prix is a very young race. The competition took place for the first time under this name in 2021. For this start, drivers drive on the Losail International Circuit. Here’s what the event schedule looks like.

Friday, October 6
– F1 training
– Teams press conference
– F1 qualifying

Saturday, October 7
– Sprint Shootout F1
– Sprint F1 (19 laps)
– Press conference

Sunday, October 8
– Drivers’ parade
– F1 RACE (57 laps)

This could be a difficult race as drivers complain about the condition of the track. The curbs, the sharpness and height of which caused problems for some during the previous edition, have not been changed. Track limits are also being addressed.

– With such white lines and such wide cars and the lack of visibility and the speeds achieved here, I think we will talk more about the limits of the track than destructive curbs – says Carlos Sainz, Ferrari driver.

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