What channel is F1 on today in USA? How to watch 2023 Brazilian GP

For the third weekend in succession, Formula One is here, as the action gets under way at the 2023 Brazilian Grand Prix in São Paulo. 

As well as being the third to last race of the year, with Las Vegas and Abu Dhabi to follow, this weekend will also see the sixth and final Sprint race of the season take place – with extra points up for grabs for all the drivers and teams. 

Max Verstappen will head into this one after breaking the record for most race victories in an F1 season, with the win last time out in Mexico City. The Dutchman dominated, despite not taking pole position again, to make it 16 chequered flagged finishes this year overall. 

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton is seemingly beginning to close the gap, though. The decorated Brit finished just one second behind Verstappen in the US before later being disqualified but backed that up with a P2 finish last weekend. 

WATCH: Stream the Brazilian Grand Prix live on ESPN+

McLaren pair Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri also remain in the hunt for a first win this year, while Ferrari duo Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc gave a fairly strong showing in Mexico last time out. Sergio Perez will also be desperate to impress for Red Bull after crashing out of his home race. 

For all the details on how to watch the F1 action in the US this weekend, The Sporting News has you covered below.

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Just like with TV channels available in the US to catch all the action on, there are also plenty of ways to live stream the 2023 Brazilian Grand Prix this year.

As well as the official F1 TV service — which costs $26.99–$79.99/yr depending on the plan you choose — Fubo carries ABC in the U.S. and offers a free trial to new subscribers. You can also stream F1 races live with ESPN+.

Below is the complete schedule for this weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix sessions.

In 2023, the Formula 1 calendar will be made up of 23 races across four different continents.

The action began with the Bahrain Grand Prix on March 5, and will end on November 26 in Abu Dhabi.

Here’s the full list of odds for all the F1 drivers to win the 2023 Brazilian Grand Prix.

Odds via DraftKings (USA). Odds correct as of October 31.


What channel is F1 on today in USA? TV schedule, live stream, start time for 2023 Brazilian Grand Prix

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