Next stop in F1: Brazil

Next stop in F1: Brazil

The 21st race of the Formula 1 season will be held in Brazil

The excitement of Formula 1 continues with the Brazilian Grand Prix, race number 21 of this season.

Dutch Red Bull driver Max Verstappen, who recently consolidated his championship by winning the race in Qatar, now has his sights set on the fight in Sao Paulo.

The race on the 4.3 kilometer long Autodromo José Carlos Pace track will last 71 laps and drivers will show off their skills on challenging corners and high-speed straights.

The qualifying rounds of the Brazilian Grand Prix will begin tomorrow at 9:00 p.m. Turkish time for racing fans. The sprint race, which will make this weekend even more exciting, will be held on Saturday, November 4 at 9:30 p.m. The start of the big race will be on Sunday, November 5 at 8:00 p.m. GMT.

The Red Bull team continues to dominate this season; Verstappen climbed to the top of the podium 16 times, his teammate Sergio Pérez twice, while fast Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz also achieved a race victory.

However, the sixth race of the season, the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix, could not be held due to poor weather conditions. This situation caused some changes to the schedule and reevaluations of the teams’ strategies.

The top 5 places in the driver and team classification before the Brazilian Grand Prix in Formula 1 are as follows:

  • 1. Max Verstappen (Netherlands): 491
  • 2. Sergio Pérez (Mexico): 240
  • 3. Lewis Hamilton (Great Britain): 220
  • 4. Carlos Sainz (Spain): 183
  • 5. Fernando Alonso (Spain): 183
  • 1. Red Bull: 731
  • 2.Mercedes: 371
  • 3.Ferrari: 349
  • 4.McLaren: 256
  • 5. Aston Martin: 236


Source: Sozcu


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