Formula 1: Brazilian GP 2022, live TV times

Formula 1: Brazilian GP 2022, live TV times

Come back there Formula 1 with the penultimate round of the season. In fact, the Brazilian GP 2022 on the Interlagos track. The third Sprint Race will be held on the Brazilian circuit, just like last year, following those of Imola and Zeltweg.

The Brazilian circuit it is 4.309 km long, with a total race length of 305 km (71 laps overall). It has 15 curves. The key points are the three corners of Laranjinha, Pinheirinho and Bico de Pato which follow one another quickly and require the car to be perfectly balanced, and the “S” named after Ayrton Senna: located at the end of the finish straight, it offers the possibility overtaking in braking, but it can easily lead to error.

There Ferrari is called to cancel Mexico’s bad performance. Among other things, the Maranello house wants to honor the memory of Mauro Forghieri, the engineer who made the redhead great in the 70s and who passed away last week. The two cars will race with a commemorative sticker this weekend.

Key points are the three curves of Laranjinha, Pinheirinho and Bico de Pato which follow one another quickly and require the car to be perfectly balanced, and the “S” named after Ayrton Senna: located at the end of the finish straight, it offers the possibility overtake in braking, but can easily lead to error.

The TV program begins on Friday 11 November at 16:30, with free practice 1 and the qualifying sessions to define the Sprint Race grid from 20 to 21. Saturday 12 November from 16:30 to 17:30 the free sessions will be held 2 and, subsequently, at 20.30 la Sprint Racewhich in addition to defining the starting grid for Sunday’s GP, will assign points, which will be broadcast live on Sky and in deferred at 21.30 on TV8. The departure of competition on Sunday 13 is scheduled at 19.00 and will be broadcast in direct on pay TV Sky and in deferred on the free channel TV8 at 21.30.

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