The reigning world champion was victorious in the Brazilian GP sprint race on Saturday, beating polesitter Lando Norris into Flip 1 earlier than managing from the entrance to select up his fourth dash race triumph of the season.
Norris recovered from dropping to 3rd on the opening lap to take the runner-up consequence for McLaren, as the opposite Crimson Bull of Sergio Perez additionally rallied from a poor begin to end in third place.
Each Mercedes and Ferrari struggled within the dash race, seeing George Russell a distant fourth place forward of Charles Leclerc. Yuki Tsunoda scored AlphaTauri’s first dash race factors in sixth forward of Lewis Hamilton and Carlos Sainz.
However the grand prix will see Verstappen begin from pole forward of Leclerc, with an all-Aston Martin second row of Lance Stroll and Fernando Alonso, following the shaken-up Friday qualifying session that was curtailed by a thunderstorm.
When is the F1 Brazilian Grand Prix?
- Date: Sunday 5 November 2023
- Begin time: 5:00pm GMT, 2:00pm native time
The twentieth spherical of the 2023 F1 season, the Brazilian GP at Interlagos, will get beneath method at 2:00pm native time (5:00pm GMT) on Sunday 5 November.
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Max Verstappen, Crimson Bull Racing RB19, George Russell, Mercedes F1 W14
How can I watch Method 1?
In the UK Method 1 is broadcast stay on Sky Sports activities, with highlights proven on Channel 4 a number of hours after the race has completed. Reside streaming by NOW can also be accessible within the UK.
Sky Sports activities F1, which broadcasts the F1 races, could be added as a part of the Sky Sports activities channels which prices £24 a month for brand spanking new clients. Sky Sports activities may also be accessed by NOW with a one-off day fee of £11.98p or a month-to-month membership of £34.99p per 30 days.
How can I watch the F1 Brazilian GP?
In the UK, Sky Sports activities will probably be stay broadcasting the Brazilian GP.
The race will probably be proven stay on Sky Sports activities F1, with pre-race protection beginning at 3:30pm GMT on Sky Sports activities F1, forward of the race begin at 5:00pm GMT.
- Channels: Sky Sports activities F1
- Begin time: 3:30pm GMT, Sunday 5 November 2023
Autosport will probably be operating a live text coverage of the Brazilian GP here.
When can I watch the F1 Brazilian GP highlights?
In the UK, Channel 4 is broadcasting highlights of the Brazilian GP at 10:35pm GMT on Sunday. The complete programme will run for 90 minutes, masking the pre-race, the race highlights and the preliminary post-race response to wrap up the key speaking factors of the race weekend.
For the whole 2023 F1 season, Channel 4 will broadcast highlights of each qualifying and race of every occasion. The highlights may also be accessible on Channel 4’s on-demand catch-up providers.
- Channel: Channel 4
- Begin time: 10:35pm GMT, Sunday 5 November 2023
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Sergio Perez, Crimson Bull Racing RB19, Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes F1 W14, Charles Leclerc, Ferrari SF-23
Will the F1 Brazilian GP be on the radio?
Reside radio protection of each apply, qualifying and race for the 2023 F1 season will probably be accessible on the BBC Radio 5 Reside, 5 Reside Sports activities Additional stations, the BBC Sounds app and the through the BBC Sport web site.
Reside protection of the Brazilian GP will begin at 5:00pm GMT on BBC Radio 5 Sports activities Additional and on the BBC Sounds app.
Climate forecast for the F1 Brazilian GP
Present climate forecasts predict dry and sunny situations at Interlagos, with low winds and a low likelihood of rain. The temperature is predicted to be 22 levels Celsius for the beginning of the race.
What number of laps is the F1 Brazilian GP?
The race is scheduled to finish 71 laps of Interlagos, masking a complete race distance of 305.879km.