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The off-season is almost over as Formula One prepares for its longest campaign to date – 24 races! What you need to know … Image: @Max33Verstappen/X

Formula One 2023: When and where is the next grand prix?

The 2023 Formula One season now has 19 (of 22) races in the record books following the most recent Mexican Grand Prix.

Max Verstappen Formula One

The off-season is almost over as Formula One prepares for its longest campaign to date – 24 races! What you need to know … Image: @Max33Verstappen/X

The 2023 Formula One season now has 19 (of 22) races in the record books following the most recent Mexican Grand Prix.

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And the good is that fans don’t have long to wait until the 20th race as the Brazilian Grand Prix at the Autodrome Jose Carlos Pace is scheduled for Sunday, 5 November.

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The lights are due to go out at 19:00 (SA time).

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As a reminder, the Brazilian Grand Prix in 2022 was won by Mercedes’ George Russell with his team-mate Lewis Hamilton in second place.

Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz completed the podium in third.

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BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX TIMES

As times SA

Friday, 3 November

Practice 1: 16:30 – 17:30

Qualifying: 20:00 – 21:00

Saturday, 4 November

Spring Shootout: 16:00 – 16:44

Sprint: 20:30 – 21:30

Sunday, 5 November

Main race: 19:00

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Updated world championship standings:

Drivers

1. Max Verstappen (NED) 491 pts – world champion, 2. Sergio Perez (MEX) 240, 3. Lewis Hamilton (GBR) 220, 4. Carlos Sainz Jr (ESP) 183, 5. Fernando Alonso (ESP) 183, 6. Lando Norris (GBR) 169, 7. Charles Leclerc (MON) 166, 8. George Russell (GBR) 151, 9. Oscar Piastri (AUS) 87, 10. Pierre Gasly (FRA) 56, 11. Lance Stroll (CAN) 53, 12. Esteban Ocon (FRA) 45, 13. Alex Albon (THA) 27, 14. Valtteri Bottas (FIN) 10, 15. Nico Hulkenberg (GER) 9, 16. Yuki Tsunoda (JPN) 8, 17. Daniel Ricciardo (AUS) 6, 18. Zhou Guanyu (CHN) 6, 19. Kevin Magnussen (DEN) 3, 20. Liam Lawson (NZL) 2, 21. Logan Sargeant (USA) 1, 22. Nyck de Vries (NED) 0

Constructors

1. Red Bull 731 pts – world champions, 2. Mercedes 371, 3. Ferrari 349, 4 McLaren 256, 5. Aston Martin 236, 6 Alpine 101, 7. Williams 28, 8. AlphaTauri 16, 9. Alfa Romeo 16, 10. Haas 12