Formula 1: When and where to watch the Brazilian Grand Prix

2022 season from Formula 1 Entering its final stage and racing

Brazilian Grand Prix

, before the last of this year, heralds many feelings. Specifically, after a sprint-type race this Saturday, the British George Russell He will start on pole position and will be striving to win his first race in the top class in international motorsport.

However, it won’t be easy for Russell at all, with teammate Lewis Hamilton starting in second while Max Verstappen, Red Bull driver and current Formula 1 champion, will start in third.

Thus, fans of this sport will be able to follow all the action of the Brazilian GP from 1 p.m. (Columbia time) on Sunday, November 13th through STAR+.

It is worth remembering that this will be The fiftieth edition of this race, which had its first version in 1973, when the winner was the Brazilian Emerson Fittipaldi, who at that time was racing for the Lotus Ford team. Britain’s Jackie Stewart (Terrell Ford) won the second place while New Zealander Denny Holm (McLaren Ford) completed the podium.

On the other hand, it should be noted that this year’s World Drivers’ Championship has already been resolved in favor of


, who re-certified the championship he held last year after winning the Japanese Grand Prix on October 9. In fact, he also became the driver with the most wins (14) in a season. This feat was achieved after winning the Mexican GP, ​​which was held on October 30.

Max Verstappen, Dutch Red Bull driver, at the 2022 Formula 1 Mexican Grand Prix.

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In what year was the Interlagos circuit built?

The José Carlos Pace Autodrome was built in 1938 and its construction has taken other circuits in the UK, USA and France as a reference.

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