F1 continues its 3-week non-stop program with the Brazilian GP and in this article we will see the live TV times on Sky and TV8
The circus continues its tour of America and this weekend, before returning to Las Vegas, will arrive in Brazil. The circuit Autodromo José Carlos Pacealso known as Interlagos, is one of the historic tracks that since 1973, with the exception of the years from 1981 to 1990, has seen various champions race on its asphalt. However, the edition that will perhaps remain most impressed by the fans is that of 2008 dove Felipe Massathen a Ferrari driver, it showed take the title away from Lewis Hamilton in the last two corners. Let’s go now and see what it will be program relating to the F1 Brazilian GP and the live TV times of Sky and TV8but first let’s take stock of the situation.
After one completely unexpected front row from Ferrari in the picturesque Mexico City, the race was heated right from the start, with an excellent start from the two Red Bulls. The first curve was then the scene of the “sandwich” Verstappen-Leclerc-Perez, with the home driver narrowing his trajectory and hitting the Ferrari. The collision tore open the belly of Red Bull and the Mexican was forced to retire after returning to the pits.
The race then took a different turn with Max Verstappen who, for the first time in this championship, was forced to enter before the opponents due to tire degradation. A different choice by Ferrari who decided to focus on a single stop. However, it Magnussen crashes into the barriers and the subsequent red flag, made the race for the drivers in red even more complicated. This was also due to the choice to remain on the hard tyres, unlike the Mercedes drivers who opted for the medium compound.
The race will end with Verstappen’s victory followed by Lewis Hamiltonwhile on the lowest step we find the Leclerc’s Ferrari. Closing the top 5 we then find Carlos Sainz on the other Ferrari e Lando Norrisauthor of an important comeback after the unfortunate elimination in Q1.
Live TV Sky and TV8 program and times of the F1 Brazilian GP
- Friday 3 November:
- 3.30pm single free practice session
- 7.00 pm qualifications valid for Sunday’s race (delayed on TV8 at 10.00 pm)
- Saturday 4 November:
- 3.00 pm Shootout qualifications for the sprint (delayed on TV8 at 7.30 pm)
- 7.30pm Sprint Race (delayed on TV8 at 9.30pm)
- Sunday 5 November:
- 6.00pm race (delayed on TV8 at 9.30pm)
You can follow the entire event live on Sky and NOW, the company’s digital platform. Not just F1 though! Sky Italia also holds the television rights to follow the world championshipall the big european calciumthree Serie A matches each day, the better than the NBA and much more, all at the cost of only €14.99 per month. If you want more information or if you decide to purchase the NOW sports package, you can consult the following link.
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