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Saturday, November 14th, 2015


The penultimate race of 2015 Formula One season is finally here! The 18th race of the 66th Formula One season is going to be held at Autódromo José Carlos Pace in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo. The 4.3 km race track is considered difficult to drive upon since it is built on an uneven terrain and has witnessed several dramatic results in the past. Alain Prost has won the Brazilian Grand Prix 6 times while Michael Schumacher holds the second place with 4 wins.

Brazilian Grand Prix Schedule

The 2015 edition of Brazilian Grand Prix is scheduled to be held from 13-15th November’ 2015. Here is the detailed itinerary for the event:

Friday, 13th November 2015
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Practice Race 1 – 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM
Practice Race 2 – 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

Saturday, 14th November 2015
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Practice Race 3 – 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Qualifying Race – 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Sunday, 15th November’ 2015
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Final Race – 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Brazilian Grand Prix 2015 Prediction

Thanks to his wins in the previous races, Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) has already been crowned GP champion for the 2015 Formula One season. While Lewis would love to continue his dominance on the race track, Nico Rosberg (Mercedes) and Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) would fight tooth and nail to grab the overall second position. Nico Rosberg won the race last year so he is clearly the fan favorite for the event. Surprisingly, Lewis has never managed to win the Brazilian GP even after eight attempts. And while Mclaren has the maximum number of wins on the track (closely followed by Ferrari), this year the team’s prospects look dull since both Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso are unlikely to score a victory.

Brazilian Grand Prix Broadcast

Formula One is one of the most watched sporting events in the world after FIFA World Cup and Olympics. The 2014 season was watched by more than 425 million people from all over the world. The event is telecast live in almost every country so there are plenty of options available for watching the event on TV.

If you would rather stream the race on your computer or mobile device, here is a list of On-Demand service providers which can help you to watch the race:

United States – NBC Sports
United Kingdom – Sky Sports 1
BBC Sports 
Canada – TSN 3 
RDS 2 
Australia – Ten Sports 
Spain – Antena 3 
France – Canal+ Sports 
Italy – Sky Sports 
Japan – Fiji TV Next 
Middle East – BeIN Sports 6 

The not so good news is that most of the above streaming options are GEO-IP restricted so you won’t be able to watch the race unless you happen to be in the supported territory/country as marked above. If you are currently based in a country where these streaming options are not available then you can use an IP changing service like a VPN to access these streaming services. Most VPN companies have servers throughout the world so you would be able to choose an IP as per your needs and access the streaming service from the country which is showing the Brazilian GP live.

Here are some recommended VPN services which can help you to stream the Brazilian Grand Prix from any location in the world:
ExpressVPNHideMyAssIPVanishVyprVPN, proXPNOverplayStrongVPN, PureVPNPrivate Internet AccessVPNSecureVPN.ac, and Unblock-US


November 14, 2015
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