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F1 Brazilian Grand Prix: Where And How To Watch The Upcoming Race

The Brazilian Grand Prix is just under two weeks away, on the 10th-13th November and fans will be getting ready to watch the last sprint race of the 2022 season at the Interlagos track.

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen has already won the 2022 driver’s championship, however the battle for second continues between Verstappen’s teammate, Sergio Perez, and Ferrari driver, Charles Leclerc. Going into the race, Perez is currently on 280 points with Leclerc on 275.

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Red Bull have also taken the win for the 2022 constructor’s championship, with Ferrari and Mercedes still competing for second place. Mercedes have seen a huge improvement over the last two races, with Lewis Hamilton and George Russell coming second and fourth at the Mexican Grand Prix, respectively. Whereas, Ferrari have been experiencing some engine issues. Ferrari are currently on 487 points and Mercedes have 447 points.

Valtteri Bottas holds the record for the fastest lap at the Interlagos track with a time of 1:10.540 which he set back in 2018 when he was driving for Mercedes. The race will consist of 71 laps with a total race distance of 305.879 kilometres. Red Bull fans will be eagerly waiting to see if Verstappen can break this record as well as the others he has broken recently, such as achieving his fourteenth win this season which beats Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel who previously held the record of thirteen race wins in a season.

When to watch the Brazilian GP

The Brazilian Grand Prix starts on Friday 11th November.

Friday 11th November:

Free Practice 1: 12:30-13:30 local time

Qualifying: 16:00-17:00 local time

Saturday 12th November:

Free Practice 2: 12:30-13:30 local time

Sprint Race: 16:30-17:30 local time

Sunday 13th November:

Race: 15:00-17:00 local time

How can I watch the Brazilian GP?

ESPN broadcasts the F1 using the Sky F1 feed. It can also be livestreamed using fuboTV.

For fans watching from the UK, it can be watched on Sky or streamed on Now TV.

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