Brazilian GP 2022 Live F1 TV schedule

The 2022 Formula 1 season continues at Interlagos, with the Brazilian GP between November 11-13. Find out where to watch the 2022 Brazilian GP in the UK, Australia and the USA

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The 2022 Brazilian Grand Prix is the penultimate race of the F1 season, so make sure you know where to watch the Brazilian GP on TV in the UK, USA and Australia.

Max Verstappen has wrapped up the 2022 Drivers’ Championship, while Red Bull are the 2022 Constructors’ Champions. But there is still plenty to play for as Ferrari risk losing second place to Mercedes in the Constructor Standings. 

Mercedes showed immense pace at the 2022 Mexican GP and seem to have finally turned a corner with their car, and with Lewis Hamilton now an honorary Brazilian citizen, they will be looking to build on their late season form. 

The 2022 Brazilian GP will see the final F1 Sprint Race of the season. 

When is the Brazilian GP 2022?

The 2022 Brazilian GP will take place of the weekend of November 11 to November 13. The pre-race media sessions will take place on Thursday, with Practice 1 and Qualifying on Friday. Practice 2 and Sprint will be on Saturday . The race will take place on Sunday evening at Interlagos. 

DateSessionUK (GMT)US (EST)US (PST)
Fri, Nov 11Practice 115:30-16:3010:30-11:3007:30-8:30
Fri, Nov 11Qualifying19:00-20:0014:00-15:0011:00-12:00
Sat, Nov 12Practice 215:30-16:3010:30-11:3007:30-8:30
Sat, Nov 12Sprint19:30-20:3014:30-15:3011:30-12:30
Sun, Nov 13Grand Prix18:00-20:0013:00-15:0010:00-12:00

How to watch the 2022 Brazilian GP in the UK?

Coverage in the UK will be provided by Sky Sports F1 with every single session being shown live as it happens from Interlagos in Brazil. For the race itself, you can join David Croft and Martin Brundle on commentary. 

Channel 4 will have highlights of both qualifying, and the race, with coverage of qualifying being shown at 23:10 GMT on Saturday evening and highlights of the race itself at 22:55 GMT on Sunday evening. You can also watch race highlights on Channel 4’s All 4 on streaming service.

You can follow live radio coverage of the 2022 Brazilian Grand Prix on BBC Radio 5 Live. Commentary comes from Jack Nicholls and Jennie Gow, plus ex-F1 driver Jolyon Palmer starts at 17:45 GMT

How to watch the 2022 Brazilian GP in the USA?

ESPN will have exclusive live coverage of every session from the 2022 Brazilian GP which is available to subscribers. ESPN2 will have coverage of Practice 1 and Qualifying on Friday. Saturday’s Practice 2 session and the Sprint will be on ESPNEWS.

The Race will be live on ESPN3, with ESPN Deportes having Spanish language coverage of the 2022 Brazilian GP for viewers in the United States. 

How to watch the 2022 Brazilian GP in Australia?

In Australia, every session from the 2022 Brazilian Grand Prix will be shown through Fox Sports 506 which is available via Foxtel. Highlights can be found on 10 Bold on Monday evening after the Brazilian GP. Every race will also be streamed live as it happens from Interlagos via Kayo Sports

DateSessionAus. (AEDT)
Sat, Nov 12Practice 102:30-03:30
Sat, Nov 12Qualifying06:00-07:00
Sun, Nov 13Practice 202:30-03:30
Sun, Nov 13Sprint06:30-07:30
Mon, Nov 14Grand Prix05:00-07:00
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