Formula 1 returns to the Interlagos Circuit for the penultimate round of the 2022 Formula 1 season, as the famous track hosts the Sao Paulo Grand Prix.
The track, which has hosted F1 for several decades, challenges the drivers and engineers as it features winding, slow-speed corners as well as a long straight in the final segment of the lap.
Lewis Hamilton arrives at the track one year on from his impressive performance, going from being disqualified in qualifying on Friday to winning Sunday’s grand prix.
The weekend last year featured the Sprint format, which will also be used this time – the third and final time of the 2022 season.
European fans will be subject to late starting times for the sessions, as was the case for previous rounds in USA and Mexico, with Brazil’s timezone being several hours behind.
Below, find the sessions that take place, as well as their start times.
|Session||Date||Time (GMT)||Time (Local)|
|FP1||Friday, November 11||15:30||12:30|
|Qualifying||Friday, November 11||19:00||16:00|
|FP2||Saturday, November 12||15:30||12:30|
|Sprint Race||Saturday, November 12||19:30||16:30|
|Sao Paulo GPx||Sunday, November 13||18:00||15:00|
How to watch the 2022 Sao Paulo Grand Prix
Coverage of all the action in the UK and Ireland will be shown live, with free-to-air highlights available later in the day.
Watch Live: Sky Sports F1 will broadcast every session live, as well as build-up and post-session shows to qualifying and the race.
Highlights: Channel 4 will provide highlight shows of the qualifying and race sessions, a number of hours after the live event has ended on Sky Sports.
Live Stream: Sky Sports subscribers will be able to catch all of the action through the Sky Go app, which requires an internet connection to access. Alternatively, they can access through NOW TV.
TV Broadcast start times
All times are in GMT
Sky Sports F1
Friday: FP1 – 15:00 | Qualifying – 18:00
Saturday: FP2 – 15:15 | Sprint – 18:30
Sunday: Sao Paulo Grand Prix – 16:30
Saturday: Sprint – 23:10
Sunday: Sao Paulo Grand Prix – 22:55
How to stream the Mexico City Grand Prix
A number of countries have access to F1 TV Pro, which broadcasts every session throughout a race weekend. It also has its own build-up and post-session shows. The list of countries in which F1 TV Pro is available can be found here.
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