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How to watch F1 Saudi Arabian GP qualifying today: TV channel and live stream for pole position in 2022 season

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ax Verstappen will be out to bounce back from his Bahrain heartache and claim pole position ahead of this weekend’s Saudi Arabian Grand Prix.

Last year’s trip to Jeddah saw the Dutchman tangle multiple times with Lewis Hamilton but it looks set to be Charles Leclerc providing the biggest early resistance to his Formula One title dreams.

Ferrari claimed a one-two last weekend but are not getting ahead of themselves, with a professional approach dawning over the Scuderia ahead of a long season.

Hamilton finished third last time out following the Red Bull retirements yet Mercedes are not expecting more fireworks in Saudi on their long road to fixing up their F1 car into a race win contender.

With the session set to begin at 5pm GMT, here is everything you need to know for tuning into qualifying…

How to watch the F1 Saudi Arabian GP qualifying

TV channel: Qualifying will be broadcast live on Sky Sports F1, with coverage beginning at 4pm.

Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers can watch qualifying via the Sky Go app.

Live blog: You can follow all the action via Standard Sport’s live blog.

Free highlights: Terrestrial viewers can watch as-it-happened highlights on Channel 4 from 8.30pm.

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