Everything you need to know for the Macau Grand Prix

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The Macau Grand Prix takes place on Sunday in Macau, China with the FIA providing a live stream of the event.

The events will take place during the overnight hours in the United States.

Here’s everything you need to know for the events:

Start times:

11:55 p.m. ET Saturday night – FIA GT World Cup – 18 laps
2:30 a.m. ET Sunday morning – FIA F3 World Cup – 15 laps

Live stream:

Racetrack:

Guia Circuit – a 3.8-mile long street circuit in Macau, China

Weather:

Partly cloudy; 80 degrees; 45 percent chance of rain; winds Northeast at 10 mph (according to weather.com)

Starting grids:

Based off of qualifying race results

Formula 3 World Cup:

1. Antonio Felix da Costa
2. Callum Ilott
3. Sergio Sette Camara
4. Kenta Yamashita
5. George Russell
6. Felix Rosenqvist
7. Daniel Juncadella
8. Daniel Ticktum
9. Alexander Sims
10. Jake Hughes
11. Nick Cassidy
12. Pedro Piquet
13. David Beckmann
14. Arjun Maini
15. Joel Eriksson
16. Chang Wing Chung
17. Ferdinand Habsburg
18. Nikita Mazepin
19. Tadasuke Makino
20. Jann Mardenborough
21. Sho Tsuboi
22. Keyvan Andres Soori
23. Sam Macleod
24. Daiki Sasaki
25. Zhou Guan Yu
26. Maximillian Gunther
27. Lando Norris
28. Anthoine Hubert
29. Ye Hong Li

FIA GT World Cup:

1. Laurens Vanthoor
2. Earl Bamber
3. Kevin Estre
4. Maro Engel
5. Adderly Fong
6. Nicky Catsburg
7. Fabian Plentz
8. Renger van der Zande
9. Hiroki Yoshimoto
10. Mirko Bortolotti
11. Cheng Congfu
12. Lee Marchy
13. Andre Couto
14. Passin Lathouras
15. Ricky Capo
16. Edoardo Mortara
17. Kuo Kuo Hsin
18. Ma Ching Yeung Phillip
19. Tommy Tulpe
20. John Shen