Brazilian Grand Prix: How to followormula 1 this weekend
In Mexico, Verstappen took the win, marking his 14th victory of the season. This was also a record-breaking moment when he passed the mark of Michael Schumacher and Sebastian Vettel in 13 race wins in one season. There is no doubt that the 24-year-old Dutchman will be hoping to continue his trend as he hopes to expand his wins to 16 by the end of the season.
With only two more races left,ormula 1 will enjoy the last Sprint of the season, adding another dimension of excitement for fans, while the carnival gets underway in Brazil marking the final stages of theormula 1 season.
When is the Brazilian Grand Prix?
The weekend race will start onriday 11 November and conclude on Sunday 13 November. Here is the race schedule with all times displayed in GMT:
- Practice 1 3.30 pm – 4.30 pm
- Qualification: 7 p.m. – 8 p.m.
- Practice 2: 3.30 pm – 4.30 pm
- Sprint: 7.30 pm – 8.30 pm
Where is the Brazilian Grand Prix?
The Brazilian Grand Prix is held at the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace in São Paulo, although the track is more commonly known as Interlagos. It was first built in 1938 although it didn’t appear on theormula 1 calendar until 1973 after Brazilian player Emersonittipaldi came on the scene. ittipaldi then went on to win the first two races in Brazil and Carlos Pace, another Brazilian, won the 1975 race.
Similar to many of its pre-WWII counterparts, the Interlagos features beveled corners as drivers begin their laps on the half-oval feature. The drivers then pass through a zigzag section of the field with some tricky camber changes before they hike up the hill again and through another final turn.
Brazil is known for its carnival atmosphere andormula 1 is no different. Although there is no local driver to cheer on, this does not give locals any reason to celebrate.
How to watch the Brazilian Grand Prix
Sky Sports will continue to follow all the action from Mexico this weekend with coverage shown on Sky Sports Main Event and on its dedicatedormula 1 channel. Subscription to Sky Sports starts at £46 per month and viewers can stream the action via the SkyGo app. right Now They also offer daily Sky Sport tickets which start at £11.98 per day.
Who will win the Brazilian Grand Prix?
It’s hard, again, to see anyone but Verstappen, so unless the Dutchman suffers a capable crash, it seems reasonable to support the current world champion. He is also a former Brazilian Grand Prix winner having won in 2019.
However, Lewis Hamilton won that race last year which means the championship has gone backwards and Mercedes has taken 12 wins at this circuit – more than any other manufacturer. ormerrenchormula 1 driver Alain Prost scored the most victories at Interlagos (6) while Sebastian Vettel and Hamilton in Brazil won three each in Brazil.