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Maximum Formula Car Racing Weekend - All Charging Times!

Maximum Formula Car Racing Weekend – All Charging Times!

Formula 1, IndyCar, Indy Lights and the European Regional Formula Championship. Swedish drivers are in three of the four majors. Joakim Dyredand guides you to the final formula of “Formula Weekend”.

Top up the coffee flask Layer sandwiches. Order ready meals and fill the fridge with drinks. This weekend, motorsport is the highlight.

We start with European Regional Formula ChampionshipWhere we find Dino Beganovic, a Swede who is part of the junior academy of F1 Ferrari and is also competing for Italy’s Prema Powerteam. He drives his season opener at Imola, where he also drives an F1.

Imola will always be a special place for me, says Bijanovic. This was where I snapped my first pole and won a car race, in Formula 4 last year. Italy has become my second home and this is where I spend most of my time with Ferrari and Prima. It would be great to start the season there, alongside Formula 1.

The European Regional Formula Championship starts with two times and 50 minutes of free training on Friday. The Saturday after that will be the busiest competition day, with two qualifying matches and the first two races taking place at the weekend. The final race takes place on Sunday.

You are following Dino’s progress via stream on their website, see the link below.

Friday, April 16
Free Training 1: 09.30-10.20
Free Training 2: 12.30-13.20

Saturday 17 April
Row 1: 09.55-10.15
Qualification 2: 13.00 – 13.20
Race 1: 17.20 (30 minutes + 1 lap)

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Sunday, April 18
Race 2: 12.15 (30 minutes + 1 lap)

Flow, timing and results:

I Indy LightsOn the other side of the Atlantic we find Linus Lundqvist. Linus, Formula 1 Regional Champion of the Americas, begins a crucial season in pursuit of the American racing dream when the crucial career Indy Lights class kicks off this weekend.

It will be a lot of fun to start this season, says LinusLundqvist (who competes with the Global Racing Group with HMD Motorsports). I’ve had a great opportunity and I’m going to try my best to take advantage of it. Indy Lights is the last step before Indycar, and everyone who drives here wants to go there. I expect a real fight – but I also feel ready to fight it.

All season tickets are streamed live on Linus Lundqvist,

Thursday, April 15
Free training: 22.30 – 23.15

Friday, April 16
Qualifiers 1: 18.00 – 18.30
Qualifiers 2: 22.00 – 22.30

Saturday 17 April
Race 1: 19.15

Sunday, April 18
Race 2: 19.20

We stay in the United States And he jumps to Indycar, where we find Felix Rosenqvist and Marcus Erickson. The first show demands a lot waiting for you here. The race at Barber Motorsports Park is one of the most physically demanding races in the entire calendar, with 90 challenging laps to tackle the fast track and hills outside of Birmingham, Alabama. But Felix charged.

It’s a heavy start to the season, but we’re here to compete and I’ve been in love with it at full speed right from the start, says Felix Rosenqvist. Tests during the winter were fine, but there was very little driving time and hard to draw any real conclusions. It will be fun to get started and get your first real team rehearsal and all the new actions this weekend.

Here you are watching the boys Apply to Viaplay Motor or V Sport Motor. Please note that the first training is not broadcast on television.

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Saturday 17 April
Free Training 1: 17.00 – 17.45 (non-televised)
Free Training 2: 20.40-21.25
Qualification: 23.55-01.00 (broadcast starts at 23.30)

Sunday, April 18
Warm-up: 17.30-18.00 (non-televised)
Race (90 laps): 21.40 (starts at 21.00)

Finally, Formula 1. The first race held in Bahrain three weeks ago showed that Red Bull will pose a real threat to Mercedes this year. And with a narrower midline than it has been in many years, the excitement is complete.

Imola was back on the calendar last year. This is a classic school track, a narrow path with lawn outside the stadium marks (as opposed to today’s modern training sessions with asphalt watch areas) and the walls are alarmingly close.

The fact that the path is narrow will make the qualification even more demanding. The odds of overtaking are few, but the DRS division is a bit longer this year – that is, the division where drivers can open the rear wing, which could provide some more opportunities for overtaking than last year’s annoying handful.

Note that the times Fridays and Saturdays during the week were postponed as it became apparent at Prince Philip’s funeral in the United Kingdom. The following TV broadcast times apply to Viaplay Motor or V Sport Motor.

Friday, April 16
Exercise 1: 10.55
Exercise 2: 14.25

Saturday 17 April
Exercise 3: 10.55
Qualification: 13.40.40

Sunday, April 18
Race: 14.00
Highlights: 21.00 (TV10)