F1 Portuguese Grand Prix LIVE RESULTS: Latest updates with practice underway in Portimao

F1 Portuguese Grand Prix LIVE RESULTS: Latest updates with practice underway in Portimao


THE PORTUGUESE GRAND PRIX is underway this weekend.

Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen have won one race each this season in what is looking to be a thriller.

We'll be bringing you all of the twists and turn from Portimao right here…

  • Marc Mayo


    George Russell has insisted his crash with Valtteri Bottas at Imola is behind him.

    The shunt cost an estimated £1million to fix each of the cars involved when the Williams and Mercedes were sent into the barriers a fortnight ago. And Russell has calmed his initially fierce criticism of Bottas.

    He said: "I think first if we find ourselves fighting a Mercedes again, we'll be doing a very good job and we'll be in a very good position, so hopefully we do find ourselves in that circumstance.

    "But no, definitely there's no rules of engagement, it's just a bit more of common sense.

    "Lewis and Valtteri are team-mates to me as Nicholas is a teammate to me, so the number one rule as a racing driver is you don't crash with your teammate.

    "That's behind us now, we live and learn, and we will move on."

  • Marc Mayo


    Here are the times to set your watch to this weekend:

    • Practice 1 is all set for Friday, April 30 and will start at 11.30am UK time.
    • The second practice session will follow on the same afternoon at 3pm.
    • FP3 comes at noon on Saturday, May 1.
    • Qualifying is later the same day and begins at 3pm BST.
    • The race itself will see lights out at the same time on Sunday, May 2.


    Hello and welcome to another fabulous weekend of Formula One racing in what is fast becoming an epic title battle.

    We'll be joining you all weekend starting with practice at 11.30am.

    The Portuguese Algarve hosts the third race of the season after victories for Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen so far.

    The Dutchman is just a point back at the top of the standings with factors such as fastest lap and the upcoming qualifying races potentially holding a huge swing on who claims the trophy in Abu Dhabi.

    Two practice sessions today, FP3 and qualifying tomorrow… and the race on Sunday. We. Cannot. Wait.

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