GP Brazil F1 2022: schedule, where to watch on TV and how to follow online

The third and last sprint Grand Prix of this 2022 Formula 1 season is also the penultimate of the year. At the Interlagos circuit, the 10 teams with their 20 drivers will fight again for the positions of honor.

Interlagos once again hosts a sprint format which in 2021 was a success and provided spectacular moments on a circuit that is always complicated and challenging, but which allows overtaking.

And, although this year Formula 1 reaches Sao Paulo With both titles already decided in favor of Max Verstappen and Red Bull Racing, the weekend will surely continue to offer us elements of interest and uncertainty.

One of those moments will be the fight for the drivers and constructors runner-up, in which Sergio Pérez, the Ferrari drivers and the Mercedes drivers are involved. It will also be interesting to see how the fight for fourth place between Alpine and McLaren, as well as for sixth between Alfa Romeo and Aston Martin, plays out. Similarly, in Alpine the personal dispute between Fernando Alonso and Esteban Ocon must be decided with an 11-point margin between them.


Schedules of the Formula 1 Brazilian GP

The last race on American soil will be held under the Sprint format, which means that qualifying will be held on Friday and on Saturday the 20 drivers will have to face a sprint race, which will serve to make up the grid for the main race on Sunday .

Will Fernando Alonso be able to finish the race without his Alpine giving him mechanical problems?

Thus, on Friday the activity on the track will begin at 4:30 p.m. in mainland Spain, with the classification being disputed at 8:00 p.m.. On Saturday, the sprint will start at 8:30 p.m., while the race on Sunday will start at 7:00 p.m..

In the following table you can see the schedules for Spain and some Latin American cities:



How to follow and where to watch the Formula 1 Brazilian GP

As usual, DAZN deals with broadcasting the queen category of motorsports through its platform streaming in Spain on the DAZN F1 channel (which can also be seen on Movistar). However, residents of countries whose retransmission rights have not been acquired exclusively by any national channel have the option of contracting F1TVthe platform of streaming Formula 1 official.

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The calendar of the Formula 1 World Championship

The 2022 season was intended to become the longest in history hosting 23 Formula 1 Grand Prix, although after the cancellation of the Russian Grand Prix it was not yet clear if this wish would be fulfilled. In the end it will not be like that and, once again, the championship will remain in 22 events.

Regardless of that, this year’s calendar has brought back classic events that were absent during the pandemic. We talk about racing Australia, Canada, Singapore and Japan. The first was already played during the month of April and the second did the same in June. The Asians have had to wait until October to certify their return.



Remember! The Formula 1 Brazilian Grand Prix begins this Friday at 16:30 CET with the dispute of the first free practice.

GP Brazil F1 2022: schedule, where to watch on TV and how to follow online