This weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix marks the penultimate round of the 2022 Formula 1 season.
While Max Verstappen and Red Bull have been crowned Drivers’ and Constructors’ champions respectively, there are still several subplots left to resolve.
The most notable is the fight for second in the Drivers’ Championship. Sergio Perez currently leads Charles Leclerc by five points but with Red Bull currently on a run of nine consecutive race wins, you’d expect the Mexican to maintain his advantage.
In fact, Ferrari might be forced to look behind them as Mercedes are within striking distance of usurping them in the Constructors’ Championship. The Brackley-based outfit are 40 points behind their Italian rivals with two races left to go.
In fact, with their star driver, Lewis Hamilton fighting to maintain his streak of winning at least one race in every season he has contested, a win at Brazil could be a timely boost for both driver and team.
The Brazilian Grand Prix weekend is also the third and final sprint weekend on the calendar. While the buildup to the weekend is somewhat flat compared to last year, the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace circuit is known for throwing up a few surprising results.
Here’s where you can watch the action based on the region you currently live in.
Where to watch 2022 Brazilian Grand Prix Live
|Now TV app
|ESPN, ESPN Deportes
|Hulu with ESPN+, F1 TV Pro
|TSN app, F1 TV Pro
|Spark Sport app, F1 TV Pro