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What time is the Formula 1 Brazilian GP and where to watch the F1 race today on live TV and online

There are four races to go to the end of the Formula 1 World Championship and Max Verstappen has an advantage over Lewis Hamilton with 19 points. Fortunately for the latter, in the Brazilian GP the 3, 2 and 1 extra points awarded by the sprint race that will be held this Saturday at the José Carlos Pace Autodrome will be at stake. The statistics will also play in favor of the Briton, as in the two races that were held the Sunday following the sprint race, Verstappen suffered his only two retirements to date.

While the qualifying session will take place on Friday and the sprint race on Saturday, the Brazilian GP will be held on Sunday, November 14 . The race can be followed from 6:00 p.m. and can be seen live online and on TV.

Carlos Sainz faces the Brazilian GP with his homework done. His team, Ferrari, has regained third place in the constructors’ championship and is already 13.5 points ahead of McLaren. Alpine, for its part, sees its fifth place in jeopardy after being hunted down by AlphaTauri in the rankings. Thus, Fernando Alonso will be obliged to do magic in a circuit of unbeatable memories for him. And it is that the Asturian was proclaimed champion of Formula 1 in Brazil both in 2005 and in 2016.

Good memories of Alonso at the Brazilian GP

Obviously it brings back very good memories and it doesn’t seem like 15 years have passed . We had a solid package that year, but when the season began to enter its final stage the Ferraris were fast and consistent, ”recalled Alonso at the press conference prior to the Brazilian GP.

On his 2006 title fight with Michael Schumacher, he added: “Anyway, Michael had a retirement at Suzuka , which was the race just before Brazil and that meant that we only needed one point to win the Championship . He also had a grid penalty, so that made things easier. Even in this position you are aware of your final result and you have to make sure that you do everything right. “

“Despite the situation in the Championship, as a driver you always push hard. In the end we managed to do a good race to finish second and it was enough for the title . We didn’t want to risk anything! The feeling afterwards was impressive and it was special to see our entire team celebrating such a tight battle for the Championship ”, concluded Fernando Alonso .

Alonso will fight in Brazil for the Overtake Award

Precisely the Spanish will fight again in Brazil for a title that he does not have on his record. This is the Overtake Award , which has been created this season to reward the rider who makes the most overtaking. Although Sebastian Vettel faced the Mexican Grand Prix with two more overtakes than Fernando Alonso, both arrive tied at the head of the classification to Brazil.

The Brazilian GP is also facing a grown-up Carlos Sainz who, when asked about the last race, pointed out: “I would say that on Sunday, or during the weekend, I felt 100% comfortable with the car for the first time, perhaps since Austria or so. . But yeah, I’d say I didn’t feel like it was my first year driving the car . He knew what the car was doing, what he had to do to drive it perfectly. “

Schedules of the Brazilian GP of Formula 1

Friday, November 12:

Free training 1: 4.30 pm – 5.30 pm.

Classification 2: 8:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Saturday, November 13:

Free practice 2: 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Sprint race: 8.30 pm.

Sunday, November 14:

Race: 6:00 p.m. (71 laps).

Where to watch the 2021 Brazilian GP on TV?

The Brazilian GP of Formula 1 2021 can be seen on television through DAZN and on the DAZN F1 channel that has enabled the platform in Movistar so that customers who are not subscribed to it can continue enjoying the races. In addition, the Brazilian Grand Prix can be followed with live commentary through the OKDIARIO website.

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