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GP du Br&eacute ;sil: soon the right one for Hamilton?

Increasingly more successful as the races go by, Lewis Hamilton still has three Grands Prix to win a race this year. Starting with Brazil this weekend.

By dint of going around, will Lewis Hamilton succeed in winning? win a Grand Prix this season? There are only three chances left for the Briton, in Brazil this weekend, then in the United States (November 19) and Saudi Arabia (November 26), to put an end to the series. a drought of almost two years, his last victory dating back to December 5, 2021 on the Abu Dhabi circuit. But the seven-time world champion seems a little closer each weekend to being able to find himself on the top step of the podium. Already mounted six times on the box this year, Lewis Hamilton remains in a very good second place last week in Mexico, relegated to Mexico. à less than 14 seconds by the untouchable Max Verstappen.

If the Dutchman is a real cannibal this year at the wheel of his Red Bull – with 16 victories in 19 races – Carlos Sainz recently showed the way to follow the other pilots, Singapore, achieving the double pole position-race. If a Ferrari was able to compete with the Austrian team, there is no reason why a Mercedes, given the recent performance of the car, could not. do the same. Second a fortnight ago at Austin, before being decommissioned à at the end of the race for excessive wear on the flat bottom of his W14, and at the end of the race Mexico last weekend, Lewis Hamilton represents Max Verstappen's main threat. Results which also allowed the Briton to return to 20 small points for Sergio Perez's second place in the world championship standings.

A position just behind the second Red Bull driver that he owes to him. its exceptional regularity in 2023. Passed 18 times out of 19 under the flag of France. Checkered so far, the #6 car is still ranked in the Top 6. But it is certain that Lewis Hamilton would happily trade a possible vice-world champion title for a 104th place finish. my victory in the Grand Prix, he the record holder in this area. The recent developments received by the Silver Arrows, on which the engineers are still working despite this. the fact that certain minds are already aimed towards 2024, have enabled us to the German stable from small to large little to catch up on the competition, like the much more modern McLarens their advantage in the second half of the season. Rest at know if this will be enough to allow the holder of the greatest prize list in the history of Formula 1 to enrich it a little more within three weeks.

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At what time can you watch the Brazilian Grand Prix?

Due to the four-hour time difference between Paris and São Paulo, we will have to wait until mid-afternoon on Friday to see the drivers make their debut on the Interlagos circuit. The sixth and final Grand Prix of the season featuring a sprint race, this mini Grand Prix format contested the day before the race, the Brazilian GP will therefore get to the heart of the matter from the first day with the qualifications contested at the start of the race. from 7 p.m. (French time). The second day will be devoted to the Sprint, qualifying and race, while the start of the 20th Grand Prix of the year will be given at the start of the 20th Grand Prix of the year. à 6 p.m. Sunday.

  • Free Trials 1 à 3:30 p.m. Friday, November 3 (duration: 1 hour)
  • Race Qualifications 7 p.m. on Friday, November 3 (duration: 1 hour)
  • Sprint qualifications at 3 p.m. on Saturday November 4 (duration: 45 minutes)
  • Sprint race 7:30 p.m. Saturday November 4 (duration: 30 minutes)
  • Grand Prix at 6 p.m. on Sunday November 5 (duration: 2 hours maximum)

Which TV channel can you watch the Brazilian Grand Prix on?

The Brazilian Grand Prix will be broadcast exclusively on the channels of the Canal group, holder of the rights to the Formula 1 world championship. You will have to tune into Canal+ Sport to watch the drivers compete during the first two days while the Grand Price, at aperitif hour on Sunday evening, will be broadcast on Canal+.

  • Friday November 3: Free 1st 3:10 p.m. + Qualifications 6:40 p.m. on Canal+ Sport
  • Saturday, November 4: Sprint qualifying at the start of the race 2:40 p.m.+ Sprint race at 7:10 p.m. on Canal+ Sport
  • Sunday November 5: show "La Grille" à 4:55 p.m. + Grand Prix at 6 p.m. on Canal+

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How to watch the Brazilian F1 Grand Prix in streaming?

Do you prefer to follow the Grand Prix on your computer, tablet or from the warmth of your bed with your smartphone and your duvet? No problem, this twentieth Grand Prix of the season will of course also be viewable in streaming. Two possibilities open up to you: you: access to the Canal+ streaming platform MyCanal or via the official F1 website, F1.com. Both will offer the full range of services. practice sessions, qualifications and races live but also in replay. On MyCanal, activating expert mode also allows you to combine screens, multi-cameras (including on-board cameras) and data, for example pilot times in real time . On F1.com, live broadcasting of testing and the race is supplemented by replays, documentaries and even historical reminders via the F1TV Pro service, offered online. à 64.99 euros per year or 7.99 euros per month.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116