Lewis Hamilton’s best ever start to a season ended in Monaco with a poor qualifying and subsequent seventh-placed finish, as Max Verstappen took advantage of the tight corners, and Charles Leclerc’s dodgy gearbox, to see out the win.
Verstappen is now four points ahead of Hamilton as the season heads to Baku for just the fourth time.
Ferrari's Charles Leclerc will start on pole position from Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen after a thrilling qualifying session on Saturday.
Here’s all the information you need to tune in...
When is the 2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix?
The Azerbaijan Gran Prix is scheduled to take place on Sunday, June 6, 2021 at the Baku City Circuit.
Practice is across Friday and Saturday, with qualifying on Saturday.
What time is the 2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix?
The race itself is scheduled to get underway at 1pm BST.
How can I watch the 2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix?
TV channel: The race will be shown LIVE on Sky Sports’ Main Event and F1 channels.
The race coverage starts at 12.55pm BST.
Live stream: Subscribers can stream the action LIVE via the SkyGo website and app.
Who is on pole after qualifying?
1. Leclerc (Ferrari, 1:41.218) 2. Hamilton (Mercedes, +0.232) 3. Verstappen (Red Bull, +0.345) 4. Gasly (Alpha Tauri, +0.347) 5. Sainz (Ferrari) 6. Norris (McLaren, +0.529) 7. Perez (Red Bull, +0.699) 8. Tsunoda (Alpha Tauri) 9. Alonso (Alpine, +1.109) 10. Bottas (Mercedes, +1.441)