Saudi Arabian GP 2023: Watch Formula 1's return to Jeddah's street circuit live on Sky Sports F1
F1's biggest-ever season continues as Saudi Arabia hosts the second round of 2023; watch every session from Jeddah's stunning street circuit live on Sky Sports F1, with Sunday's race at 5pm and build-up from 3.30pm
Last Updated: 18/03/23 6:57pm
Formula 1 returns to the fastest street circuit on the calendar this week for the Saudi Arabian GP, with the thrilling layout bound to ensure drama that will take your breath away.
After reigning world champion Max Verstappen made a strong start to his title defence in Bahrain, the rest of the field are looking to hit back in Jeddah after a drive shaft issue saw him finish qualifying in 15th.
Ferrari are confident set-up changes will unlock more performance at a circuit that should suit them, while all eyes will be on Aston Martin and Fernando Alonso to see if their dramatic ascent to the front of the grid can be maintained.
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Mercedes will also be looking to bounce back from a disappointing opening race, with all eyes on Lewis Hamilton following his apparent criticism of the team following their Bahrain struggles, George Russell also fighting hard from third to get the team on the front foot.
There is also plenty of intrigue surrounding the midfield battle, with the change of track characteristics potentially shaking up the order from Bahrain.
Sky Sports F1's live Saudi Arabian GP schedule
1:30pm: F2 Feature Race
3.30pm: Grand Prix Sunday Saudi Arabian GP build-up
5pm: THE SAUDI ARABIAN GRAND PRIX
7pm: Chequered flag: Saudi Arabian GP Reaction
New for 2023: Ride onboard with any driver
Sky Sports F1 viewers can experience live races from inside the car of their favourite driver thanks to a stunning new innovation for the 2023 season.
Sky customers with a Sky Sports F1 subscription just need to download the Sky Sports App and log in to ride with Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc or any driver of their choice.
In addition to the 20 driver onboard streams, viewers will also be able to experience the Sky Sports 'Battle Channel', a split-screen offering focusing on a battle between up to three cars.
If you prefer to jump onboard through your TV screen, the service will also be available through Sky Q and Sky Glass.
This is in addition to the Race Control streams that have been available in previous seasons, including multi-screen, timing screen, driver tracker and onboard mix.
Watch the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix live on Sky Sports F1 this weekend with Sunday's race live at 5pm. Get Sky Sports