Live Ticker China GP: Max Verstappen / Formula 1 vs All

An exciting sprint at the Shanghai International Circuit and whet the appetite for an entertaining final practice: the World Cup race in China (April 21 from 9am) could be a treat.

Spectators at the Shanghai International Circuit get something for their money: sprint action here and there, with Max Verstappen as the winner (no surprise) and Lewis Hamilton behind him in Mercedes (very surprising).

Starting position after exciting qualifying: Whichever of Max Verstappen's 19 opponents wants to flirt with victory in China will have to find a way past the three-time Formula 1 world champion. The Dutchman was fastest in the sprint and in the final practice for the Grand Prix.

What meteorologists say: Rain in Shanghai in the morning, but the road to the World Cup will remain dry.

We'll let you know how the Chinese Grand Prix is ​​shaping up with our popular live ticker starting at 8:30am on April 21. Of course, the most important broadcast dates from Sky, ServusTV, ORF and SRF can also be found here as a service.

Chinese Grand Prix on TV

April 21, Sunday
00.00: Sky Sport F1 – Sprint-qualifying Wiederholung
01.00: Sky Sport F1 – Sprint Repeat
04.00: Sky Sport F1 – GP Confidential
04.30: Sky Sport F1 – Sprint-qualifying Wiederholung
05.30: Sky Sport F1 – Sprint Repeat
06.30: Sky Sport F1 – GP-qualifying Wiederholung
07.00: ServusTV – Countdown to the Grand Prix
08.00: Sky Sport F1 – Preliminary reports on the Grand Prix
08.20: SRF 2 – Coverage of the Grand Prix begins
08.55: Sky Sport F1 – Grand Prix coverage begins
09.00: Chinese Grand Prix (with our live ticker)
10.40: ServusTV – China GB analysis
10.45: Sky Sport F1 – Analysis and interviews
11.30: Sky Sport F1 – Press Conference Grand Prix
12.00: Sky Sport F1 – Dead Notebook
12.30: Sky Sport F1 – Find out: Scuderia Ferrari
12.45: Sky Sport F1 – Find out: Scuderia Ferrari
13.00: Sky Sport F1 – Find out: Scuderia Ferrari
13.15: Sky Sport F1 – Discover: Scuderia Ferrari
1:15 pm: ORF 1 – Chinese GB again
13.30: Sky Sport F1 – Petty Petty Petty: Red Bulls 1st win
2pm: Early reports on Sky Sport F1 – GP repeat
2.55pm: Sky Sport F1 – Chinese GP repeat
14.55: ORF 1 – Motorhome: Grand Prix von China
16.45: Sky Sport F1 – Analysis and interviews again
5.30pm: Sky Sport F1 – Grand Prix press conference again
18.00: Sky Sport F1 – Dead Notebook
18.30: Sky Sport F1 – Sprint Compact
18.45: Sky Sport F1 – GP-Qualifying Compact
7pm: Sky Sport F1 – Chinese GP repeat

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Qualification, China

01. Max Verstappen (NL), Red Bull Racing, 1:33,660 min
02. Sergio Perez (MEX), Red Bull Racing, 1:33.982
03. Fernando Alonso (E), Aston Martin, 1:34.148
04. Lando Norris (GB), McLaren, 1:34.165
05. Oscar Piastri (AUS), McLaren, 1:34.273
06. Charles Leclerc (MC), Ferrari, 1:34.289
07. Carlos Sainz (E), Ferrari, 1:34.297
08. George Russell (GB), Mercedes, 1:34.433
09. Nico Hulkenberg (T), Haas, 1:34.604
10. Valtteri Bottas (FIN), Sauber, 1:34.665
11. Lance Stroll (CTN), Aston Martin, 1:34.838
12. Daniel Ricciardo (AUS), Racing Bulls, 1:34.934
13. Esteban Ocon (F), Alpine, 1:35.223
14. Alex Alban (T), Williams, 1:35.241
15. Pierre Gasly (F), Alpine, 1:35,463
16. Guanyu Zhou (RCH), Sauber, 1:35,505
17. Kevin Magnussen (DK), Haas, 1:35.516
18. Lewis Hamilton (GB), Mercedes, 1:35.573
19. Yuki Tsunoda (J), Racing Bulls, 1:35.746
20. Logan Sargent (USA), Williams, 1:36.358

Sprint, Shanghai International Circuit

01. Max Verstappen (NL), Red Bull Racing, 32:04,160 min
02. Lewis Hamilton (GB), Mercedes, +13,043 sec
03. Sergio Perez (MEX), Red Bull Racing, +15,258
04. Charles Leclerc (MC), Ferrari, +17,486
05. Carlos Sainz (E), Ferrari, +20,696
06. Lando Norris (GB), McLaren, +22.099
07. Oscar Piastri (AUS), McLaren, +24.713
08. George Russell (GB), Mercedes, +25,696
09. Guanyu Zhou (RCH), Sauber, +31,951
10. Kevin Magnussen (DK), Haas, +37.398
11. Daniel Ricciardo (AUS), Racing Bulls, +37,840
12. Valtteri Bottas (FIN), Sauber, +38.295
13. Esteban Ocon (F), Alpine, +39,841
14. Lance Stroll (CTN), Aston Martin, +40,299
15. Pierre Gasly (F), Alpine, +40,838
16. Yuki Tsunoda (J), Racing Bulls, +41,870
17. Alex Alban (D), Williams, +42,998
18. Logan Sargent (USA), Williams, +46,352
19. Nico Hulkenberg (D), Haas, +49,630
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Fernando Alonso (E), Aston Martin, tire damage

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World Championship standings (4th in 24 Grands Prix and 1st in 6 sprints)

driver
01. Verstappen 85 points
02. Perez 70
03. Leclerc 64
04. Signs 59
05. Norris 40
06. Plates 34
07. Russell 25
08. Alonso 24
09. Hamilton 17
10. Stroll 7
11. Tsunoda 7
12. Oliver Pearman (GB) 6
13. Hulkenberg 3
14. Magnussen 1
15. Alphon 0
16. So 0
17. Ricciardo 0
18. Okon 0
19. Casely 0
20. Potas 0
21. Sergeant 0

Constructors' Cup
01. Red Bull Racing 155 Points
02. Ferrari 129
03. McLaren 74
04. Mercedes 42
05. Aston Martin 33
06. Racing Bulls 7
07. Haas 4
08. Williams 0
09. Saber 0
10. Alpine 0

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