F1, GP Brazil 2022: where to see qualifying, sprint race and race

The penultimate round of the Formula One World Championship is staged at the José Carlos Pace Autódromo in Interlagos: schedules and live TV from 11 to 13 November


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After the week off the Formula 1 returns to the scene and does so in Brazil, in one of the most fascinating circuits on the calendar. In fact, at the Autódromo José Carlos Pace in Interlagos the 2022 Brazilian Grand Prix, penultimate round of the World Cup. We start immediately with the qualifications scheduled for Friday 11 November, then the sprint race on Saturday and the race on Sunday at 7 pm Italian. Let’s find out the whole program, the live TV shows and the curiosities of the weekend.

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Nello last GP in Mexico City Max Verstappen he once again reiterated his superiority, reaching 14 victories in the season, an absolute record in F1. The two-time World Champion will board his Red Bull (which also won the constructors’ championship) without worries, while his teammate Sergio “Checo” Pérez he will have to defend his 5-point lead in the drivers’ standings on Charles Leclerc. For third place Sainz chases Russell And Hamilton, with Ferrari also having to secure second place in the teams ahead of Mercedes. Behind a tight battle for mid-table positions that would guarantee important budgets for next season.

So let’s find out where and when to see the Brazilian GP on TV and in streaming with the program direct and deferred tests, sprint races, qualifications and races.

Where to see the Brazilian GP 2022

The Brazilian Grand Prix will be broadcast by Sky (on TV on Sky Sport F1 HD and Sky Sport Uno, and live streaming on the SkyGo and NOW platforms), while on TV8 there will be the deferred sprint race and race. Here is the complete program:

Friday 11th November

  • 16:30, Free practice 1 | Sky Sport F1 HD
  • 20:00, Qualifying | Sky Sport F1 HD (free replay on TV8 on Saturday at 7.45pm)

Saturday 12th November

  • 16:30, Free practice 2 | Sky Sport F1 HD
  • 8:30 pm, Sprint Race | Sky Sport F1 HD, Sky Sport Uno (delayed on TV8 from 21:30)

Sunday 13th November

  • 9:00 pm, Race | Sky Sport F1 HD, Sky Sport Uno (delayed on TV8 from 21:30)

5 curiosities about the Brazilian GP

  1. Michael Schumacher and Ferrari are the most successful in the Interlagos circuit, while the driver with the most victories in the Brazilian Grand Prix is ​​the legend Ayrton Sennaand “his” Mclaren the most successful team.
  2. In San Paolo the memory of the fans Ferrari can only go to 2007, when Kimi Räikkönen he won the World Championship by just one point in the final race of the calendar and took Ferrari to the top of the world for the last time.
  3. So many iconic races for the history of F1 and title-decider staged in Brazil: the thrilling victory of home idol Ayrton Senna in 1991, Fisichella’s incredible first place in the chaos of the rain of 2003, Lewis Hamilton’s first World Championship with overtaking Glock on the last lap in 2008 , Vettel’s unexpected title in 2012 and Verstappen’s wet show in 2016.
  4. The pilots Brazilians boast more pole in their land: Emerson Fittipaldi, Nelson Piquet, Felipe Senna also boast two victories, and Carlos Pace one triumph.
  5. In 2019 at Interlagos Pierre Gasly And Carlos Sainz they obtained their first career podium, with the Frenchman who managed to keep Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes behind his Toro Rosso for a few centimeters, who was then penalized by making Sainz climb to third place.

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F1, GP Brazil 2022: where to see qualifying, sprint race and race