The 2021 Formula One season has been certainly one of the best in current reminiscence, with Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton going head-to-head in certainly one of the most hotly contested and controversial battles.
The Mexico City Grand Prix noticed Verstappen lengthen his championship lead over Hamilton with a snug victory.
For the first time since 2019, F1 racing returns to Brazil this weekend with the Sao Paulo Grand Prix. It will likely be, in fact, the Brazilian Grand Prix to everybody else.
It may also be the third instalment of the Sprint (race) Qualifying trials to happen this 12 months, following the editions completed at Silverstone and at Monza.
When is it?
First apply and qualifying happen on Friday November 12 with second (and ultimate) apply and the dash qualifying on Saturday November 13. The grand prix itself is on Sunday November 14.
What time does it begin?
First apply on Friday is at 3.30pm GMT with qualifying at 7pm later the identical day. Final apply is at 3pm on Saturday with the dash qualifying at 7.30pm. The Sao Paulo Grand Prix itself begins at 5pm BST.
What are the championship standings after 18 rounds?
Drivers’ high 10:
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