The Formula 1 World Championship reaches its eighth round on the calendar this weekend, the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. Baku hosts a test in which Max Verstappen arrives as the leader of the drivers' classification after having achieved four victories in seven races. The Dutchman has 125 points, nine ahead of Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc and fifteen over his teammate Sergio 'Checo' Pérez.
The Monegasque is Verstappen's great rival and it seems that he is going from less to more with his Ferrari, so this new round of the World Cup could offer a nice duel between the two. With the permission of Pérez himself and Carlos Sainz, who have shown a good performance at the beginning of the season.
The driver from Madrid, who signed his best performance of the course in Monaco, where he finished second, occupies fifth place in the F-1 World Championship with 83 points, one behind George Russell (McLaren).
Further back are two myths such as Lewis Hamilton, who is sixth with 50 points, and Fernando Alonso, thirteenth with 10 points.
The Grand Prix, with all these drivers in contention, can be seen in its entirety on and live on television thanks to the retransmission of the DAZN F1 pay channel. Of course, it can also be followed live through the ABC website.
Friday June 10
16.00 - Free practice 2
Saturday June 11
13.00 - Free practice 3
16.00 - Classification
Sunday June 12
13.00 - Race