Overview of times Grand Prix of Brazil 2023

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Overview of times Grand Prix of Brazil 2023

After races in the United States and Mexico, the Brazilian Grand Prix is ​​on the Formula 1 program this coming weekend. With the conclusion of this triple-header, the season is quickly approaching its end and that also means that the last sprint race weekend of the year on the agenda. Due to the sprint race format, times will differ considerably from last weekend. This time we will watch Sunday’s race with the board on my lap.

The time difference with Sao Paulo is not as great as with Austin and Mexico City. This means that the Dutch viewer can not only go to bed on time on Sunday evening, but also have to start dinner on time. The Brazilian Grand Prix will kick off at 6:00 PM Dutch time with the formation lap. Due to the time difference of ‘only’ four hours, sessions will also be broadcast in the Netherlands in the afternoon. The full timetable can be found below.

Timetable GP Brazil 2023

Session

Day

Time

First free practice

Friday

3:30 PM – 4:30 PM

Qualification

Friday

7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Sprint Shootout

Saturday

3:00 PM – 3:44 PM

Sprint race

Saturday

7:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Race

Sunday

6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Last win Mercedes, first win Russell

Last year’s Brazilian Grand Prix provided quite a surprise. Max Verstappen and Red Bull Racing were dominant throughout the second half of the season, but at Interlagos the Austrian racing team was unable to get the setup in order. This mainly had to do with the sprint race format, which will return next weekend. Mercedes managed to take advantage of the rival’s malaise. George Russell not only managed to win the sprint race, but he also took victory in the Grand Prix.

It was a disappointing race for Verstappen on Sunday. After a crash with Lewis Hamilton, who was able to continue with minimal damage and crossed the line in second, the Dutchman had to work his way through the field. Ultimately, Verstappen crossed the finish line in sixth place, although Red Bull would have liked to see the driver finish seventh. Verstappen was asked to give his position back to Sergio Pérez, but the Limburger refused to do so.

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