F1 BRAZIL GP. The Brazilian F1 GP takes place this Sunday, November 14 at the Interlagos circuit near Sao Paulo. Here is the complete program so you don’t miss anything of this new Grand Prix!

[Updated 12 Nov 2021 5:11 PM] F1’s final sprint is on with five races in six weekends! Step into Round 2 with the Brazilian Grand Prix at the popular Interlagos track in the suburbs of Sao Paulo. On Ayrton Senna’s land, Lewis Hamilton must imperatively close the gap on Max Verstappen in search of a first world champion title.

On the fast Brazilian circuit, which offered Pierre Gasly his first F1 podium in 2019, the two world title contenders will have to overcome many pitfalls, in particular that of the sprint race which once again replaces the traditional qualifying session. This will take place this Friday evening and will be used to compose the starting grid for the sprint race to be held on Saturday. The result of the latter, which will offer a few meager points to the first three, will make it possible to compose the starting grid for the “real” race, the Brazilian Grand Prix scheduled for Sunday evening. Find the full program below.

Free practice for the 2021 Brazilian GP will begin this Friday, November 12. Here is the program with the timetables in French time:

Please note that qualifying is scheduled for this Friday evening due to the sprint race being held on Saturday. The session will start at 8 p.m. French time and will be used to determine the starting order for the sprint race on Saturday.

This Brazilian Grand Prix therefore includes a sprint race, a short format which will make it possible to compose the starting grid for Sunday. The drivers will therefore have a lot to lose this Sunday on the track. See you Saturday, November 13 from 8:30 p.m. French time for a race that should not last more than 30 minutes.

As for the race, it will take place on Sunday November 14 in the usual format. Departure is scheduled for 6 p.m. French time.

Go to the Canal antennas to follow this race! The pay channel package is the only one to broadcast this Brazilian GP.

No television at your disposal? Do not panic: it is of course possible to follow this GP of Brazil in streaming in a legal way! Canal offers a subscription to its MyCanal.fr streaming service, which allows you to watch the race, practice and qualifying for this Brazilian GP. And this live on a computer, a smartphone or a tablet. In addition to this service, more seasoned F1 fans will be able to subscribe to F1 TV Direct, which offers many streaming videos on demand. Live broadcast of free practice, qualifying, races, live timing, detailed statistics, on-board cameras… There’s something for everyone and this offer should allow you to follow the GP as if you were there. This direct F1 TV subscription is billed at 189 euros per year. A monthly subscription also exists. Here is the list of content to which the service provides access: