When's the Brazilian GP on Sky Sports and how can you watch it?
Sunday's race underway at 4pm
Last Updated: 14/11/17 10:20pm
Get ready for a wild weekend, exciting racing and unpredictable weather - the Brazilian GP is here and exclusively live on Sky F1.
The penultimate round of the 2017 season welcomes back slightly earlier session starts, with Sunday's race beginning at 4pm.
Lewis Hamilton may have sealed his fourth world championship, but the season is by no means over.
Max Verstappen's comfortable victory in Mexico, along with Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari's determination to bounce back from title disappointment, means there should be an intriguing battle for top spot at Interlagos.
The gloves are off and there's nothing to lose - it's Mercedes v Ferrari v Red Bull.
How can you watch the Brazilian GP on Sky Sports?
All of Sky Sports F1's coverage for the Formula 1 2017 season can be found on channel 406.
Race Control, offering multiple driver cams, the pitlane channel, driver tracker and an up-to-date timing page, will be available on the Red Button as well as our Sky Sports for iPad service for those of you on the move, or you can follow the race by signing into Sky Go.
Sky Q customers with a 2TB box and Multiscreen package can watch the F1 track action in incredible Ultra HD - the only place in the UK and Ireland you can do so.
Non-subscribers, meanwhile, will be able to watch the race on NOW TV from £6.99 - with no contract required.
And finally, our digital platforms - including the Sky Sports website and mobile app - will have all the news and insights from Interlagos both before and after race day, with every session covered in our live blog.
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 12
2.30pm - Brazilian GP Track Parade LIVE!
3pm - Brazilian GP Pit Lane LIVE!
3.30pm - Brazilian GP Race Build-up LIVE!
4pm - THE BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX LIVE!
6.30pm - Brazilian GP Paddock LIVE!
The 2017 title race may be over, but the racing definitely isn't! Get set for Mercedes v Ferrari v Red Bull in the Brazilian GP LIVE ONLY on Sky Sports F1. The race begins at 4pm on Sunday. Want to watch but not got Sky F1? Buy a NOW TV pass from £6.99!