Session times for the 2022 F1 Brazilian GP

Find out when the 2022 Brazilian GP takes place, including the F1 session times for practice, qualifying and the race


Formula 1 heads into the penultimate race with the 2022 Brazilian Grand Prix next up, so make sure you know all of the session times for the action at Interlagos. 

The 4.309km Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace, or as it is more commonly known, Interlagos, has been a fixture on the Formula 1 calendar since 1990 and is one of the highlights of the F1 season. 

All eyes will be on Lewis Hamilton after an impressive showing in Mexico, and given he has recently became an honorary Brazilian citizen. With the weekend also hosting the final Sprint Race of the 2022 F1 season.

The 2022 Brazilian GP will take place at Interlagos, with Qualifying scheduled for 19:00 GMT (UK time) on Friday, with Sprint taking place at 19:30 GMT (UK time) on Saturday, and the Race at 18:00 GMT (UK time) on Sunday.

When is the 2022 Brazilian GP?

DateSessionLocalUK (GMT)US (EST)US (PST)Aus. (AEDT)
Nov 11Practice 112:3015:3010:3007:3002:30*
Nov 11Qualifying16:0019:0014:0011:0006:00*
Nov 12Practice 212:3015:3010:3007:3002:30*
Nov 12Sprint16:3019:3014:3011:3006:30*
Nov 13Grand Prix15:0018:0013:0010:0005:00*
*Denotes following day

Who won the 2021 Brazilian GP?

The 2021 Brazilian Grand Prix was full of incident and a sensational drive from Lewis Hamilton over the weekend which saw the Mercedes driver come from the back of the field ahead of the Sprint Race, to win the main Grand Prix. 

Hamilton raced up to 10th place on the grid after the Sprint, then by Lap 5 of the race, the Mercedes man had made it up to fifth place as he scythed through the field at Interlagos. Sergio Perez was dispatched by Lap 19 and Hamilton then had leader Max Verstappen in his sights. 

On Lap 48, Hamilton was pushed off track by Verstappen in an incident not investigated by the stewards, but on Lap 59 the Red Bull driver had no answer for his Mercedes counterpart, who then pulled out a 10.4s gap and won the race. 

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton celebrates on the podium after winning 2021 Brazilian Grand Prix race alongside second placed Red Bull’s Max Verstappen and third placed Valtteri Bottas | REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli


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