Where can I watch the Formula 1 Brazilian Grand Prix on TV?

Find out when and where to tune in for this year's Brazil Grand Prix on Channel 4 and Sky Sports


Formula 1 2016 TV coverage guide: Brazilian Grand Prix

Nico Rosberg will seal the Formula 1 Drivers’ Championship if he can win the Brazilian Grand Prix. For his teammate and rival Lewis Hamilton, it’s win or bust.


Rosberg has won this race for the past two Formula 1 seasons; Hamilton has never won, although he did do enough to secure his first drivers’ title here in 2008.

Find out how to follow all the action this weekend.

Qualifying: Saturday 12th November

Qualifying coverage is live on Sky Sports F1 from 3pm (start time 4pm), with highlights on Channel 4 at 8pm.

Race day: Sunday 13th November

Race coverage is live on Sky Sports F1 (race starts at 4pm), with full highlights on Channel 4 from 10pm.


Where else can I follow the Brazilian Grand Prix?

Listen to the race live on BBC Radio 5 Live from 4pm. Qualifying is on 5 Live Sports Extra from 4.15pm.

Formula 1 2016 race calendar and TV schedule