This Sunday the Formula 1 Grand Prix race took place in San Pablo, and the Red Bull driver added his 17th victory in 2023.
The career of Brazilian Grand Prix in San Pablo, at the José Carlos Pace Autodrome, took place this Sunday and Max Verstappen won comfortably againsomething that became customary in this season of the Formula 1, and came very close to breaking a historical record for the competition. Lando Norris finished second and Fernando Alonso completed the podium.
The race began in an unusual way, since Charles Leclerc crashed on the formation lap and couldn’t even start the race in Brazil. To make matters worse, in the first chicane, Albon and Magnussen touched each other and left the trackso the Red Flag to clean up the damageand we had to wait more than half an hour for the Brazilian Grand Prix to resume.
Once the situation was normalized and the drivers resumed the race, Max Verstappen It didn’t take him long to position himself as first, since he did not lose in the 71 laps that the Brazilian GP. The Dutchman had a superb performance, earning his 17th win of the season and If he manages to prevail over you in the last two days he will reach a 86.36% wins on the total number of races for all of 2023, something historic for Formula 1.
Lando Norris He also maintained second place without major difficulties, so the great attraction of the race was in the fight for third place. Fernando Alonso and Sergio Pérez They fought for the podium until the end, but in an incredible closing The Spaniard won against the Red Bull driver by 0.056 seconds and obtained third place in Brazil.
MAX VERSTAPPEN WON THE BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX!!
The Dutch driver won the 20th race without mitigation and reached 17 victories in 2023. Lando Norris finished second, while Fernando Alonso won third place from Sergio Pérez in a heart-stopping finish, with just 0.053 seconds of time. difference.
71/71 – LAST LAP IN BRAZIL!
Checo Pérez passed Alonso and is taking third place with one lap left.
67/71 – Last five laps in the Brazilian GP
The Brazilian Grand Prix is approaching its end and everything seems to indicate that Verstappen will add another victory to the season.
62/71 – Alonso and Checo Pérez, stick by stick for third place
The Spaniard and the Mexican have less than a second difference and are fighting to get on the podium. For now, Alonso remains third.
55/71 – Lando Norris can’t beat Verstappen but he consolidates his position in second place
The McLaren driver cannot take time away from the Red Bull driver, but he is very far from Fernando Alonso, who is third.
49/71 – Fernando Alonso entered the pits
The Spanish driver changed his tires and only dropped two places: from third to fifth.
43/71 – Gasly passed Russell and is in eighth place
The Alpine driver took eighth position from Russell in a chicane and is now going for Lewis Hamilton, the other Mercedes driver.
36/71 – Verstappen is now more than 5 seconds ahead of Norris
The Red Bull driver continues to lead the race without many complications, already halfway through the Brazilian GP.
30/71 – Mercedes moves away from the top positions
Both Hamilton and Russell are very far behind Verstappen, Norris and Alonso.
23/71 – Max Verstappen escapes in first position
The Dutchman gains a thousandths of an advantage over Norris in each lap, and little by little he separates himself from the rest of the drivers.
16/71 – Checo Pérez passed to Russell
The Red Bull driver snatched fifth place in the Brazilian GP from the Briton and follows Hamilton closely.
10/71 – Verstappen maintains first place
The three-time Formula 1 champion is already more than 2 seconds ahead of Lando Norris, his main pursuer. Behind them come Fernando Alonso, Lewis Hamilton and George Russell.
4/71 – The Brazilian GP has resumed!
After half an hour of waiting, the pilots are already racing in San Pablo. Max Verstappen leads the race.
The resumption of the Brazilian GP is delayed
The drivers got out of their cars while the track was being cleaned, and the race has already been slowed down for 20 minutes.
3/71 – Red flag at the Brazilian GP
As a result of the crash on the first lap, the race had to be stopped so that the track could be restored to condition.
1/71 – Yellow flag for a clash between Albon and Magnussen
In the first corner of the race, the drivers collided and were left out of the Brazilian GP without completing a single lap.
The Brazilian Grand Prix starts
Max Verstappen established himself as first and behind him come Lando Norris and Fernando Alonso. Charles Leclerc crashed unusually on the formation lap and was out of the race.
The Brazilian GP starts in minutes
The drivers are already settling into their cars and the twentieth race of Formula 1 2023 will start shortly.
F1, LIVE: how to watch the Brazilian GP on TV and ONLINE
The race can be seen live in Argentina through Fox Sports:
- Channels 25 (SD) and 106 (HD) of Cablevisión Digital, HD and Flow
- DirecTV Channels 105 (SD) and 1605 (HD)
- Telecentro Channels 101 (SD) and 1013 (HD)
In turn, online it will be available for Star +like all the grand prix of the 2023 Formula 1 season.
What is the Autódromo José Carlos Pace, home of the Formula 1 Brazilian GP, like?
- Circuit name: Autodromo José Carlos Pace
- Length: 4,309 kilometers
- race distance: 71 laps (305,879 km)
- Curves: 15 (5 on the right and 10 on the left
- Fast lap record: 2018, Valtteri Bottas – 1’10.540
What time is the Brazilian GP F1 race?
- Argentina: 14 hours
- Brazil: 14 hours
- Uruguay: 14 hours
- Paraguay: 14 hours
- Chile: 14 hours
- Bolivia: 13 hours
- Venezuela: 13 hours
- Ecuador: 12 hours
- Peru: 12 hours
- Colombia: 12 hours
- Mexico: 11 hours
F1: how the Brazilian GP sprint race ended
The Dutchman Max Verstappen (Red Bull), mathematically Formula 1 world champion – for the third year in a row – for almost a month, won this Saturday the sprint of the São Paulo Grand Prix (Brazil), the penultimate of the year, which dispute at the Interlagos circuit.
The Brazilian Formula 1 Grand Prix is coming
I followed the twentieth race of the 2023 Formula 1 season minute by minute.
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