2014 F1

2014 Brazilian GP – What time, where and what channel

The 2014 Brazilian GP rolls into the Autódromo José Carlos Pace, Interlagos, Sao Paolo, this weekend as Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg continue their battle for the world title.

The British racer currently sits 24 points clear of his German team-mate and will be looking to add to his impressive winning streak in Brazil.

With double points on offer in the final race nothing will be decided this weekend but the building excitement means we’re heading for one of the most thrilling climaxes in recent years.

The Brazilian F1 Grand Prix takes place on Sunday with the race starting at 4pm.

You can watch it live on Sky Sports F1 HD and the coverage starts at 2.30pm.

You can listen to the race on BBC Radio 5 Live from 3.30pm and watch highlights on BBC1 from 8.30pm. (mkweb)

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