We return to the scene of Mercedes’ last F1 victory.
Last year, George Russell claimed his maiden Formula 1 victory. It meant that he outperformed his esteemed teammate Lewis Hamilton.
A year later, Hamilton has largely reminded Russell of who’s boss at Mercedes. But the team hasn’t won a race since.
Red Bull’s dominance is stronger than ever, and McLaren are their closest challenger over the past months.
Is Sao Paulo the location for Mercedes to return to their best?
How to watch Sao Paulo GP for free online
The Austrian broadcasters ORF or Servus have free Sao Paulo Grand Prix coverage, which you can live stream on their of streaming platforms – ORF TVthek for ORF or Servus TV for Servus. Just bear in mind that the commentary will be in German, and you may need to create a free account in order to tune in.
Belgian broadcaster RTBF also has free coverage of the Sao Paulo Grand Prix, only with French commentary. You can live stream RTBF on RTBF Auvio.
How to watch Sao Paulo Grand Prix 2023 from anywhere
If you’re currently abroad or not in the same country as the TV streaming service you’re trying to use, you probably won’t be able to watch the Sao Paulo Grand Prix because of geo-blocking, a technology that broadcasters use to restricts certain content to specific parts of the world. However, you can dodge geo-blocks by using a VPN, and ExpressVPN is one of the best.
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Sao Paulo Grand Prix start times (UK)
Friday November 3
Practice 1 – 2.30pm
Qualifying – 6pm
Saturday November 4
Sprint Shootout – 2pm
Sprint Race – 6.30
Sunday October 22
Sao Paulo Grand Prix – 5pm
How to watch the 2023 Sao Paulo Grand Prix on F1 TV
F1 TV is one of the best F1 streaming services, as it shows every single session and race of the season, including the Sao Paulo Grand Prix. However, it’s not available everywhere, and the subscription price varies depending on your location.
To watch on F1 TV:
2. Connect to a server location where F1 TV is showing the Sao Paulo Grand Prix
3. Head to the F1 site
4. Tune in to the Sao Paulo Grand Prix
How to watch 2023 Sao Paulo Grand Prix in the UK
Sky Sports F1 is showing every session of the Sao Paulo Grand Prix in the UK. Channel 4 will also show the F1 Sao Paulo GP highlights.
With a Sky Sports subscription, you’ll be able to stream the Sao Paulo Grand Prix online via Sky Go, and if you’re not in the UK right now you can use ExpressVPN to get around any geo-blocks.
To watch the F1 on Sky (£22 per month):
2. Connect to a server location in the UK
3. Head to Sky Go and log in
4. Enjoy the action!
How to watch 2023 Sao Paulo Grand Prix in the US without cable
F1 fans in the US can watch the Sao Paulo Grand Prix on ESPN’s suite of channels, and you don’t need an expensive cable package to tune in.
To watch the F1 on ESPN:
2. Connect to a server location in the U.S.
3. ESPN channels are available through Sling TV Orange (from US$17.50/month); Hulu+Live TV (from US$69.99/month), or YouTube TV ($from $54.99/month)
4. Kick back and enjoy!
How to watch 2023 Sao Paulo Grand Prix in Australia
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