When and Where Can I Watch the Brazilian GP 2023

The Brazilian Grand Prix is the scene of so many brilliant Formula One moments, and with the chance to race in front of passionate fans at Interlagos this season, the current crop of drivers may be inspired to perform their own moments of genius in 2023.

Max Verstappen is the hat-trick hero after Qatar and he will be able to further add to his legacy in Brazil, and other teams will be looking to dent his confidence and find their own way back to the top of the sport. It’s a race that can’t be missed this year.

With Grand Prix held around the globe, keeping track of when and where to watch the race is not always easy , so we have the full breakdown for you.

List of Broadcasters

Here’s how to watch the Brazil Grand Prix depending on your location around the world.


  • France: Canal+
  • Spain: F1 DAZN
  • Italy: Sky Italia
  • Turkey: S Sport, S Sport Plus
  • Portugal: Sport TV
  • Germany: Sky Deutschland

South America

  • Brazil: Bandeirantes, Bandsports


  • Japan: Fuji TV, DAZN
  • China: CCTV, Shanghai TV, Guangdong Television Channel, Tencent

Start Times for FP, Qual, and Race

Friday November 3 

  • Practice 1  11:30 – 12:30 BRT / 14:30-15:30 UK time / 15:30-16:30 CET / 16:30-17:30 TRT / 22:30-23:30 CST / 23:30-00:30 JST
  • Qualifying 15:00-16:00  BRT / Qualifying 18:00-19:00 UK time / Qualifying 19:00-20:00 CET / 20:00-21:00 TRT / 02:00-03:00 CST / 03:00-04:00 JST

Saturday November 4 

  • Sprint Shootout 11:00-11:44 BRT / 14:00-14:44 UK time / 15:00-15:44 CET / 16:00-16:44 TRT / 22:00-22:44 CST / 23:00-23:44 JST
  • Sprint 15:30-16:30 BRT / 18:30-19:30 UK time / 19:30-20:30 CET / 20:30-21:30 TRT / 02:30-3:30 CST / 03:30-4:30 JST

Sunday November 5 

  • Race 14:00 BRT / 17:00 UK time / 18:00 CET / 19:00 TRT / 01:30-2:30 CST / 02:30-3:30 JST

Enjoy the Brazilian GP!

With the timings spread across the weekend from the start of the action on Friday, qualifying for both the GP and the Sprint Race on consecutive days, plus two races for teams and drivers to impress, you’ll be able to keep track of all the action.

With Verstappen coming to prove his continued dominance, Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton looking to get back to the top, and Charles Leclerc hoping Ferrari can finally come good, there are drivers from across the world looking to make an impact.

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