Formula 1: Formula 1 live: Watch the sprint race at the Brazilian GP on TV and live stream – the broadcast in Austria

The third and final sprint race of the season will take place today at the Brazilian Grand Prix. Explains how you can watch the F1 spectacle live on Austrian TV and live stream SPOX in this article.

It’s Saturday and at the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Brazil – as is usually the case – there will be no qualifying. This took place yesterday at the Autódromo José Carlos Pace (also known as the Interlagos) in Sao Paulo – but it wasn’t about the starting positions for Sunday’s race, but about the line-up for the sprint race, which takes place on Saturday, November 12th, will take place.

It is the third and last session of this kind in the current season, before that a sprint was driven in Imola (Italy) and Spielberg (Austria). Because of the time difference, the sprint starts at 8:30 p.m. Austrian time. Before that, at 4.30 p.m., the second free practice session will take place. The race tomorrow starts at 7 p.m.

The sprint race is actually like a normal race, except that the total distance is compressed to a third of the 71-lap race. There are also points up for grabs: the point key for the top 8 is 8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1. If you finish the sprint race first, you will be rewarded twice and can start from pole position tomorrow.

date beginning session
Friday November 11th 16.30 o’clock 1. Free Practice
Friday November 11th 8 p.m qualifying
Saturday November 12th 16.30 o’clock 2. Free Practice
Saturday November 12th 8.30 p.m sprint race
Sunday 13 November 7 p.m Run

Formula 1 live: Watch the sprint race at the Brazilian GP on TV and live stream – broadcast in Austria

The Brazilian Grand Prix is ​​the penultimate of the season – and the last of the ORF you can see. The public broadcaster takes care of the transmission on free TV and in the free live stream in the ORF TVthek.

Important change: At ORF1 the 2nd free practice session will be shown at 4:20 p.m., but if you want to be there live at the sprint race, you have to be there ORF2 change over, because there is no other way because of the time difference. However, the session remains on free TV, from 8:15 p.m. commentator Ernst Hausleitner and co-commentator Thomas Preining are used.

sky owns the exclusive rights to the motorsport premier class in Germany, but the way to Austria is not blocked. Both sessions will be broadcast on the transmitter Sky Sport F1 (HD) aired. Commentator Sascha Roos and expert Timo Glock accompany you on the pay TV station.

If you own one SkyGo-Subscription or WOW be, you can also watch the spectacle in the live stream of sky pursue.

at F1TV every single session of the season can be seen, including the sprint race in Sao Paulo.

Formula 1 live: Watch the sprint race at the Brazilian GP on TV and live stream – most important information

  • Round: Sprint race at the 2022 Brazilian GP
  • Date: November 12, 2022
  • Location: Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • Route: Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace
  • Beginning: 20:30 CET
  • TV: Sky, ORF, F1TV (only for existing customers)
  • live stream: Sky Go, WOW, TVthek, F1TV (existing customers only)

Formula 1 live: The sprint race at the Brazilian GP in the live ticker

In addition ticks SPOX the racing events live and in detail. So you always know what’s happening on the asphalt in Brazil.

Click here for the live ticker of the sprint race at the Brazilian Grand Prix.

Formula 1 live: Watch the sprint race at the Brazilian GP on TV and live stream – starting grid for the sprint race

rank driver racing team
1 magnussen Hass F1
2 Verstappen red bull
3 Russell Mercedes
4 Norris McLaren
5 Sainz Ferrari
6 Ocon Alpine F1 team
7 Alonso Alpine F1 team
8th Hamilton Mercedes
9 Perez red bull
10 Leclerc Ferrari
11 Albon Williams
12 Gasly AlphaTauri
13 hag Aston-Martin
14 Ricciardo McLaren
15 stroll Aston-Martin
16 Latifi Williams
17 zhou Alfa Romeo
18 Bottas Alfa Romeo
19 tsunoda AlphaTauri
20 Schumacher Hass F1

Formula 1 live: Watch the sprint race at the Brazilian GP on TV and live stream – portrait of the track

The 4.390 km long track in the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace is like a rollercoaster ride – and that makes the traditional race a Grand Prix of extremes. On the straights in the first and third sector, world champion Max Verstappen and Co. need a car with little air resistance, but in the long and winding middle sector a lot of downforce is required.

The route owes its nickname to the district of Interlagos, located between two reservoirs. At an altitude of around 800 m, it is a very original course that is reminiscent of the rough times of Formula 1 – and is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year: the premier class was a guest for the first time in 1972, and in 1973 there was the first real world championship race, the first Brazilian Grand Prix.

Since then, great drama has taken place in Ayrton Senna’s home country, which was often due to the traditionally changeable weather. It can happen that the track temperature changes by 30 degrees between training and the race. It is therefore difficult to correctly predict the behavior of the tires. There are sometimes only a few hours between sunshine and heavy rain.

The track is also very demanding in wet conditions because “rivers” form in a number of places. Even this weekend it can rain, lightening and thunder again and again with warm temperatures. (Source: SID)

Formula 1: The race calendar

No. GP of … (location) Route time winner

Bahrain (Sakhir)

Bahrain International Circuit 03/18 – 20.03. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)

Saudi Arabia (Jeddah)

Jeddah Street Circuit 03/25 – 27.03. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)

Australia (Melbourne)

Albert Park Circuit 08.04. – 10.04. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)

Italy (Imola)

Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari 04/22 – 24.04. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)

United States (Miami)

Miami Street Circuit 06.05. – 08.05. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
6 Spain (Barcelona-Montmeló) Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya 20.05. – 22.05. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
7 Monaco (Monte Carlo) Circuit de Monaco 05/27 – 29.05. Sergio Perez (Red Bull)
8th Azerbaijan (Baku) Baku city circuit 10.06. – 12.06. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
9 Canada (Montreal) Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve 06/17 – 19.06. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
10 Great Britain (Silverstone) Silverstone circuit 01.07. – 03.07. Carlos Sainz (Ferrari)
11 Austria (Spielberg) Red Bull Ring 08.07. – 10.07. Charles Leclerc (Ferrari)
12 France (Le Castellet) Circuit Paul Ricard 22.07. – 24.07. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
13 Hungary (Budapest) hungaro ring 07/29 – 31.07. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
14 Belgium (Spa Francorchamps) Circuit de Spa Francorchamps 08/26 – 28.08. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
15 Netherlands (Zandvoort) Circuit Park Zandvoort 02.09. – 04.09. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
16 Italy (Monza) Autodromo Nazionale Monza 09.09. – 11.09. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
17 Singapore (Singapore) Marina Bay Street Circuit 09/30 – 02.10. Sergio Perez (Red Bull)
18 Japan (Suzuka) Suzuka International Racing Course 07.10. – 09.10. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
19 United States (Austin) Circuit of the Americas 21.10. – 23.10. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
20 Mexico (Mexico City) Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez 28.10. – 30.10. Max Verstappen (Red Bull)
21 Brazil (Sao Paulo) Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace 11.11. – 13.11.
22 United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi) Yas Marina Circuit 18.11. – 20.11.

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