The Azerbaijan Grand Prix makes a return to the 2021 F1 calendar after being absent in 2020 due to the shortened season owing to the coronavirus pandemic. Saturday's qualifying session proved to be an eventful one, so the race will be one not to miss.
On Sunday, the race will begin at 4.00 pm local time (1.00 pm U.K.). It will consist of 51 laps and will cover a distance of 306.049 kilometres.
Whilst the race should not cross the two-hour mark, this could change due to factors such as Safety Cars, weather conditions, and Red Flags.