What is it?
The 2020 Portuguese Grand Prix, the 12th round of the 2020 Formula One World Championship, which takes place at the Algarve International Circuit, just outside of Portimao. It will be the first running of the Portuguese Grand Prix since 1996.
When is it?
The first two free practice sessions took place on Friday October 23. Final practice and qualifying ran on Saturday, October 24. The Portuguese Grand Prix itself takes place on Sunday, October 25.
What time does it start?
The race starts at 1.10pm GMT on Sunday. Remember the clocks go back on Sunday morning, so we move from British Summer Time to Greenwich Mean Time.
What TV channel is it on?
Sky Sports F1 have exclusive coverage rights in the UK this year and indeed for the next few. Their race coverage begins on Sunday from 11.30am.
Channel 4 have highlights for this year. Their race highlights start at 6.30pm on Sunday.
You can also keep up to date throughout practice, qualifying and the race right here at Telegraph Sport.
What was the order in qualifying?
Lewis Hamilton (Gbr) Mercedes GP 1min 16.652secs
Valtteri Bottas (Fin) Mercedes GP 1:16.754
Max Verstappen (Ned) Red Bull 1:16.904
Charles Leclerc (Mon) Ferrari 1:17.090
Sergio Perez (Mex) Racing Point 1:17.223
Alexander Albon (Tha) Red Bull 1:17.437
Carlos Sainz (Spa) McLaren 1:17.520
Lando Norris (Gbr) McLaren 1:17.525
Pierre Gasly (Fra) Scuderia AlphaTauri 1:17.803
Daniel Ricciardo (Aus) Renault 1:17.481
Esteban Ocon (Fra) Renault 1:17.614
Lance Stroll (Can) Racing Point 1:17.626
Daniil Kvyat (Rus) Scuderia AlphaTauri 1:17.728
George Russell (Gbr) Williams 1:17.788
Sebastian Vettel (Ger) Ferrari 1:17.919
Kimi Raikkonen (Fin) Alfa Romeo Racing 1:18.201
Antonio Giovinazzi (Ita) Alfa Romeo Racing 1:18.323
Romain Grosjean (Fra) Haas F1 1:18.364
Kevin Magnussen (Den) Haas F1 1:18.508
Nicholas Latifi (Can) Williams 1:18.777
What do we know about the Algarve International Circuit?
Circuit length: 4.653km
First grand prix: 2020
Race distance: 306.826km
Race lap record: 1:31.404 (Adam Carroll, A1 GP, 2009)
Number of corners: 15
Overtaking chances: If these cars were slower and had longer braking distances then I'd say this track could have many sports for overtaking, but as it is it might end up a little disappointing. Turn one should be a fairly heavy braking zone but as it funnels round into turn two it tightens into turn three, which is where there might be a good chance. The hairpin at five could be a decent place, too. As ever, though, I assume 95 per cent of the passes will be DRS-assisted and on the main straight...
What are the latest odds?
Lewis Hamilton 2/5
Valtteri Bottas 4/1
Max Verstappen 4/1
Sergio Perez 50/1
Charles Leclerc 100/1
Alexander Albon 100/1