F1 live today Brazil GP race, Qualifying and Practice Today
Fun fact, it’s no longer the Brazilian Grand Prix. For unclear contractual reasons, fawanews F1 yearly trip to Interlagos is now dubbed as the Sao Paulo Grand Prix. In any case, the only thing that truly matters is that it is scheduled until 2025.
Then as there are only three races remaining in this season, there are therefore only three more chances to place first on the podium in 2023 against Red Bull and Max Verstappen.
This format was strongly provided in Brazil last year: Kevin Magnussen won an incredible pole position.
The Sao Paulo Grand Prix starts at 5pm UK time on Sunday 5 November, but qualifying is on Friday 3 November at 6pm. As mentioned, this is the last of six ‘Sprint’ weekends in 2023, which means a shake-up to the usual running order.
F1 Brazil GP weather
Mixed. There’s some rain forecast for Friday which could add some extra jeopardy for qualifying, although the threat of showers is less pronounced for Saturday fawanews f1 and Sunday. This is Sao Paulo though: the weather can change just like that
Which means Saturday consists of the Sprint Shootout (basically a miniature qualifying, if you’ve never watched it before) at 2pm GMT, followed by the fawa news com sports stream Sprint race at 6.30pm. Expect that to last about half an hour, finishing just in time for Strictly. Get in.
So now technically speaking, it’s four. Due to this weekend’s Sprint weekend, qualifying for the main event will now take place on Saturday rather than Friday as planned.