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Defending champion Max Verstappen extended his lead of the drivers' standings for the first time after his podium in Monaco. Previous leader Charles Leclerc – who had led from the first race until after the Spanish Grand Prix – trails him by nine points.
Can the Monegasque Ferrari driver bounce back at a track he has gone well at? Or can Max Verstappen claim his first podium finish – or better – in Azerbaijan?
When is it?
The 2022 Azerbaijan Grand Prix weekend runs from Friday June 10 until Sunday June 12.
What time does it start?
That starts at noon BST.
What TV channel is it on?
Sky Sports F1 have near-exclusive live coverage rights in the UK this year and indeed for the next few with their usual excellent team.
Sky's qualifying program starts at 2pm with their race day coverage beginning at 10.30am.
Channel 4 will also have extended highlights throughout the season. Their qualifying coverage started at 10pm on Saturday, though race highlights begin at 6.30pm on Sunday.
You can also keep up to date throughout practice, qualifying and the race right here at Telegraph Sport.
What were the times after qualifying?
Charles Leclerc, Ferrari 1:41.359
Sergio Perez, Red Bull 1:41.641
Max Verstappen, Red Bull 1:41.706
Carlos Sainz, Ferrari 1:41.814
George Russell, Mercedes 1:42.712
Pierre Gasly, AlphaTauri 1:42.845
Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes 1:42.924
Yuki Tsunoda, AlphaTauri 1:43.056
Sebastian Vettel, Aston Martin 1:43.091
Fernando Alonso, Alpine 1:43.173
Lando Norris, McLaren 1:43.398
Daniel Ricciardo, 1:43.574
Esteban Ocon, Alpine 1:43.903
Zhou Guanyu, Alfa Romeo 1:43.790
Valtteri Bottas, Alfa Romeo 1:44.444
Kevin Magnussen, Haas 1:44.643
Alexander Albon, Williams 1:44.719
Nicholas Latifi, Williams 1:45.367
Lance Stroll, Aston Martin 1:45.371
Mick Schumacher, Haas 1:45.775
What are the championship standings?
What do we know about the Baku City Circuit?
Circuit length: 6.003km
First (championship) grand prix: 2016
Race distance: 306.049km
Race lap record: 1:43.009 (Charles Leclerc, 2019)
2021 winner: Sergio Perez, Red Bull
Number of corners: 20
Overtaking chances: Generally pretty good. The main one is down the pit straight (which is very, very long if you exclude corner 20 as an actual corner) and into turn one, with DRS. Moves are not impossible elsewhere, but by far the least risky and most likely is into turn one.
What are the latest odds?
Max Verstappen 11/8
Charles Leclerc 6/4
Sergio Perez 10/3
Carlos Sainz 16/1
George Russell 50/1
Lewis Hamilton, Pierre Gasly 66/1