HOURthis and welcome to our live blog for Brazilian Grand Prixwhich starts this Sunday at 17:00 GMT. This is the 19th race in 2021. Formula 1 season and he could see Red Bull star Max Verstappen almost everything except the title has a strong performance at Interlagos, especially with a title challenger Lewis Hamilton starting from the 10th. Stay tuned for all stages of preparation for Brazilian Grand Prix and then the race itself.
F1 Brazilian GP – Brazilian Grand Prix Race Live Latest Updates
This is the beginning of our Brazilian Grand Prix a live blog, with the most recent entries at the top. We will bring you all the updates before, during and after the race, so stay tuned!
16:20 GMT: Hamilton in the danger zone
The pit lane has opened and the riders are heading towards the grid for today’s Grand Prix. Right in the middle of this grid will be Lewis Hamilton after his tumultuous drive in yesterday’s sprint race, but if the incident occurs on the first lap, he will most likely be close to the seven-time champion, so he will be pleased. if he can drive the first round while his car is not working, and can he move forward from there, but can he go all the way?
16:00 GMT: there is still an hour left
The lights go out in São Paulo and the festive atmosphere that Brazil always brings grows louder. Filled stands can forget about their umbrellas and get tanned in temperatures around the 20s and no rain on the horizon. Ideal setting for a 71-lap thriller.
14:30 BST: Hamilton’s Message of Hope
“YET. WE. WE COLLECT “. was just a caption to Lewis Hamilton’s Instagram post late Saturday night. Will he be able to rise from 10th place in the grid today?
14:00 BST Brazilian Grand Prix Preview
The Brazilian Grand Prix kicks off this weekend in Sao Paulo and the Formula 1 round will take place at Interlagos.
As the race for the 2021 Formula 1 title picks up steam, it’s Max Verstappen’s advantage as we head towards the Brazilian Grand Prix and the Dutch driver is 21 points ahead of his British rival Lewis Hamilton.
Hamilton has a success story at Interlagos: his first Formula One championship was actually won on the track back in 2008, but the Dutch driver knows that victory will guarantee him at least a 25-point lead over his last three races. campaign.
When does the Brazilian Grand Prix start?
The Brazilian Grand Prix kicks off at 17:00 GMT on Sunday 14 November.
This is 12:00 PM local time and 12:00 PM ET, which is 09:00 AM PT.
Where can you watch the Brazilian Grand Prix?
UK viewers can tune in to watch the Brazilian Grand Prix on Sky Sports Main Event and F1, which begin streaming at 17:00 GMT.
In the United States, the Brazilian Grand Prix will be streamed on ESPN2 as well as espn.com.
Full starting grid of the Brazilian Grand Prix
After Hamilton was knocked out of the grid in the sprint and finished fifth, he thus starts 10th, receiving a five-seater penalty for installing a new combustion engine in his Mercedes. Bottas will be in pole position.
- Valtteri Bottas
- Max Verstappen
- Carlos Sainz
- Sergio Perez
- Lando Norris
- Charles Leclerc
- Pierre Gasly
- Esteban Ocon
- Sebastian Vettel
- Lewis Hamilton (five-place penalty)
- Daniel Riccardo
- Fernando Alonso
- Antonio Giovinazzi
- Lance Stroll
- Yuki Tsunoda
- Nikolay Latifi
- George Russell
- Kimi raikkonen
- Mick Schumacher
- Nikita mazepin