The drivers’ championship already went in favour of Mercedes, now they will look to seal the constructor championship as well. They are comfortably sitting 55 points ahead of rival Ferrari. Lewis Hamilton already to the world championship in Mexico, and in the constructor championship Mercedes has 585 points while Ferrari at 530. There is a huge gap between the third and the second team as Redbull Racing is now at 3rd position with 362 points. Sportsfeist will bring you complete details of one the most anticipated race of the year. We bring you F1 Brazil GP 2018 Live Stream, TV Channel, Schedule & Live Telecast Info
Ferrari can definitely hope for some better results at Brazilian Grand Prix as the circuit suits their premier driver Sebastian Vettel. He has won 3 races here while Hamilton has won it only once. Ferrari has the better record here as they have won 11 race and Mercedes have won only 3 races.
20 race weekends 🌎
— Formula 1 (@F1) November 10, 2018
Lewis Hamilton won 82nd pole of his career on Saturday at Interlagos, it was also the 100th pole for Team Mercedes. Lewis Hamilton fine form continues has he won his 10th pole of 2018 season.
— Formula 1 (@F1) November 9, 2018
F1 Brazil GP Live Stream will be available at F1 TV, Formula One App, Tenplay, Fox Sports Australia, TSN GO, RDS GO, RLT, Supersports, beINsports connect, Watch ESPN, Univision Now, ALL 4, BBC Iplayer Radio, Sky Sports, Hotstar App
The live telecast of Formula 1 Brazilian Grand Prix 2018 in Canada is on TSN. Star Sports Select/HD will broadcast the race in India. US F1 viewers will need to tune into ABC & ESPN to catch the final race. Sky Sports and Channel 4 will telecast the final race in the United Kingdom. beIN Sports Arabia will telecast the race in the Middle East & North Africa. Australian viewers will be able to watch the race on Network Ten & Fox Sports. Sky Sports will broadcast the race in Ireland, Italy, and Newzealand. French Formula 1 fan will be able to catch the race on Canal+. Fox Sports will telecast the coverage in Asia. In Germany, the race will be on RTL & n-TV.
F1 Brazilian Grand Prix slated to take place between 9th November to 11th November 2018. The championship is already decided, as Lewis Hamilton became the 5-time world champion. Now the constructor title will be the focus.
First Practice Race 11:00 to 12:30
Second Practice Race: 15:00 to 16:30
Third Practice Race 12:00 to 13:00
Qualifying Race 15:00 to 16:00
Final Race 15:10 to 17:10
All timings are given in local Brazilian time which is GMT-2.
Indian fans will get to see the final race on Sunday, November 11, 2018, at 22:40 to 00:40.
— Formula 1 (@F1) November 6, 2018
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