The 2022 Brazilian Grand Prix was held at Interlagos and won by George Russell

2022 Brazilian Grand Prix F1 race information

The 2022 Brazilian Grand Prix was round 21 of the 2022 Formula 1 season. It was the 49th Brazilian Grand Prix to count towards the world championship.

The race weekend was a sprint event, which meant that in addition to the grand prix a shorter sprint race was also held.

This round was won by George Russell for Mercedes. Read the race report here:

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2022 Brazilian Grand Prix Formula 1 session times

Friday 11 November

First practice: 12:30 (15:30 UK time)
Qualifying: 16:00 (19:00 UK time)

Saturday 12 November

Second practice: 12:30 (15:30 UK time)
Sprint race: 16:30 (19:30 UK time)

Sunday 13 November

Race: 15:00 (18:00 UK time)
NB. Times in 24-hour clock.

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The Brazilian Grand Prix was held at Interlagos. This is a 4.3-kilometre, 15-turn permanent track which was first used by Formula 1 in 1973.

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Previous race: 2022 Mexican Grand Prix
Next race: 2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

Last updated: 14 March 2024

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