How to Watch São Paulo Grand Prix: Stream Formula 1 Live, TV Channel


George Russell fought his way to a victory in Saturday’s sprint at Interlagos in São Paulo, Brazil, and will start in the first position Sunday for the Formula 1 São Paulo Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton, Russell’s Mercedes teammate and the winner at Interlagos a year ago, starts second after Carlos Sainz was sent back five spots for a grid penalty involving using too many engines this season. The race in Brazil is the next-to-last on the F1 calendar for 2022, with the season-ending run in Abu Dhabi set for next weekend. Max Verstappen of Red Bull has already clinched his second straight F1 world championship.

How to Watch São Paulo Grand Prix Today:

Race Date: Nov. 13, 2022

Race Time: 12:55 p.m. ET


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The battle for second place between Red Bull’s Sergio Pérez and Charles Leclerc of Ferrari widened a bit on Saturday. Pérez placed fifth in the sprint to earn four points while Leclerc picked up three points for a sixth-place finish. Pérez enters Sunday’s race with a six-point lead over Leclerc in the driver standings.

Verstappen and Pérez will start third and fourth, with Leclerc and Lando Norris of McLaren fifth and sixth. Sainz is in seventh with Kevin Magnusson of Haas — the pole winner for the sprint — starting eighth. Sebastian Vettel (Aston Martin) and Pierre Gasly (Alphatauri) round out the top 10.

The Interlagos circuit, formally known as Autódromo José Carlos Pace, opened in 1940 and has hosted Grand Prix racing intermittently since 1973. Brazil’s race moved to Rio de Janeiro in 1978 before returning to Interlagos in 1990. It is a 2.677-mile circuit with 15 turns and 131 feet of elevation drop between Turns 4 and 12 before climbing 108 feet back to the first turn.

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