As the 2022 Formula 1 season heads ever closer towards its climax, the sport returns to the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace – better known to many as Interlagos – for the Brazilian Grand Prix.
The event was a memorable one in 2021, with Lewis Hamilton charging through the field during the Sprint race, having started from the back of the grid due to a penalty.
After securing a P5 finish in the event, he went on to claim victory in Sunday's main race, while then-title rival Max Verstappen came home in second place.
Can Mercedes have another strong outing in Brazil this time around, or will Verstappen add to his record-breaking tally of victories in 2022?
RacingNews365.com will be bringing you all the action as it happens and you can follow the race weekend on our live blog here.
Here's where to watch the 2022 Brazilian Grand Prix live on TV in the UK, USA, and Australia.
2022 Brazilian GP UK Broadcast Schedule (GMT)
|Friday||FP1||Sky Sports F1||15:00|
|Friday||Qualifying||Sky Sports F1||18:00|
|Saturday||FP2||Sky Sports F1||15:15|
|Saturday||Sprint||Sky Sports F1||18:30|
|Saturday||Qualifying/Sprint Highlights||Channel 4||23:10|
|Sunday||Grand Prix||Sky Sports F1||16:30|
|Sunday||Race Highlights||Channel 4||22:55|
2022 Brazilian GP USA TV Schedule (ET)
2022 Brazilian GP TV Schedule Australia (AEST)
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