After taking yet another win in Mexico City last weekend, Max Verstappen will go again and look for even more glory at the 2023 Brazilian Grand Prix in São Paulo.
The Dutchman broke his own record for most wins in an F1 season last time out, claiming his 16th victory of the year as he and his Red Bull team continue to dominate the sport.
This weekend will also see the sixth and final Sprint race of the season take place, as the drivers and their teams look to score some valuable extra points as the season draws to a close.
One of the drivers most likely to fight with Verstappen here for the win is Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton who finished comfortably in P2 in Mexico City last time out. The British driver also finished just a second behind his old rival in Austin the race prior but was later disauqlified.
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Alongside Hamilton, Charles Leclerc, George Russell, Lando Norris and Oscar Piastri will all be in the hunt for a first GP win of the season, while Carlos Sainz will be hoping to win again after victory in Singapore. Red Bull’s second driver Sergio Perez will also be keen to bounce back from last weekend’s DNF finish at his home race after colliding with Leclerc at the opening corner.
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The 2023 Brazilian Grand Prix is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday, November 5.
Here’s how that time translates to various time zones across the world:
This season’s action will be streamed or televised by the following outlets around the world:
The 2023 Formula 1 schedule features 23 races. The season began on March 5 in Bahrain and ends in Abu Dhabi on November 26.
Here’s the complete F1 race calendar for 2023: