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Australian Grand Prix 2023

Schedule for the 2023 F1 Australian Grand Prix

Check out the full weekend time schedule for the 2023 F1 Australian Grand Prix, which will take place from 31 March - 2 April.

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With Red Bull asserting their dominance with a comprehensive one-two performance in Saudi Arabia, Formula 1 heads to Melbourne to see if Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez can make it three in a row for the reigning Constructors' champions.

Will Perez be able to carry on from the Jeddah success with a first win at the Albert Park Circuit, or will Verstappen reclaim the number one spot?

Aston Martin, Ferrari and Mercedes will be looking to close the gap to the frontrunners as much as possible, but how close can their competitors get?

The weekend will follow the usual format, with two practice sessions taking place on Friday. FP1 is scheduled for 02:30 UK time, with FP2 following at 06:00.

On Saturday, FP3 will be held at 02:30 UK time, ahead of qualifying at 06:00. This will determine the grid for Sunday's 58-lap Australian Grand Prix, which starts at 06:00.

RacingNews365.com will be on hand to cover all of the action and you can find our live blog here. We will also have exclusive interviews, news and analysis throughout the entire weekend at the Albert Park Circuit.

Check out the full schedule for the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix below.

2023 F1 Australian GP time schedule

Date Event Time (GMT) Time (Local)
Friday 31 March Practice 1 02:30-03:30 12:30-13:30
Friday 31 March Practice 2 06:00-07:00 16:00-17:00
Saturday 1 April Practice 3 02:30-03:30 12:30-13:30
Saturday 1 April Qualifying 06:00-07:00 16:00-17:00
Sunday 2 April Race 06:00 15:00

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