70th Anniversary Grand Prix 2020 : 70th Anniversary Grand Prix 2020 Live Get up to speed with everything you need to know about the 2020 70th Anniversary Grand Prix, which takes place over 52 laps of the 5.891-kilometre Silverstone Circuit on Sunday
Max Verstappen starts in P4 on hard tyres, as the only driver to have made Q3 on the slowest but most durable compound available; the rest of the top 10 will begin the race on the mediums. Daniel Ricciardo lines up behind his former team mate having taken fifth for Renault.
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McLaren and Ferrari only got one car each into Q3, with Lando Norris starting 10th, two places behind Charles Leclerc, while Sebastian Vettel was 12th in the second Ferrari, one place ahead of McLaren’s Carlos Sainz.
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Formula returns to Silverstone this weekend for the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix – so here’s your guide to the race start time, how to watch it and more.
Last week’s British Grand Prix ended in spectacular fashion and kept us all on the edge of our seats right up to the chequered flag – and we’re fortunate enough to have another race at the historic Northamptonshire track this weekend.
Will Lewis Hamilton sweep the two races in Great Britain this season or will another contender emerge? Could Charles Leclerc seal another surprise podium? And will Max Verstappen be able to get any closer to the pace of the Mercedes pair?
Make sure you don’t miss a minute of the action – check out what time the race starts where you are in the graphic below, and for more information on what time you can watch FP1 & FP2 on Friday and FP3 & Qualifying on Saturday in your location, visit our 70th Anniversary Grand Prix RACE HUB which features a dynamic time converter
Daniel Ricciardo once again put in another strong showing at Silverstone as he qualified in P5 for the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix this weekend.
The Australian has shown good pace all weekend and only just missed out on the second row of the grid, despite putting in his time on intermediate tires, rather than the softs that the majority of the pack were on.
That means he will start on mediums compared to the others, meaning theoretically he should be able to go for longer than his rivals without pitting.
“That’s a cracking time from Ricciardo,” Sky Sports’ Martin Brundle said after the lap that set his qualifying time.
Ricciardo himself was also delighted, having finished fifth last week, his joint-best ever finish in a Renault.
Mercedes were well ahead of the competition on Friday at Silverstone. But last weekend’s race showed how readily victory might slip through their fingers.
Who will master the tricky, very soft compounds Pirelli has brought to this weekend’s race? Will Mercedes’ slip up and lose their 100% winning rate so far this year? It’s time to make your predictions for the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix.
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