The Brazilian Grand Prix is round 16 of the 2009 Formula 1 World Championship and takes place at Interlagos in Sao Paolo on October 18th. Watch Brazilian GP live online at www.watchf1.net by Watch F1 HQ tv feeds.
Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel kept his F1 title hopes alive with a convincing victory last time out in the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka. Championship leader Jenson Button had another frustrating weekend and his Brawn GP team-mate Rubens Barrichello finished ahead of him to further narrow the gap in the title race. Find out if Button can stop the rot by watching live Formula 1 streaming at www.watchf1.net.
Interlagos has been the setting for several memorable Formula 1 title deciders. In 2007 Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen sensationally pipped McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton to the crown. Last year it was Hamilton’s turn to celebrate as he beat Ferrari’s Felipe Massa to the Formula 1 World Championship on the final lap. Watch Button’s bid to win his maiden F1 title by registering to see the 2009 Brazilian Grand Prix live online at www.watchf1.net.
The 2009 Brazilian GP will take place over 71 laps of the 4.309 km (2.677 miles) Interlagos circuit, giving a total Grand Prix distance of 305.909 km (190.067 miles). Watch all the action with live online F1 coverage at www.livef1.net and discover if anyone can break Juan-Pablo Montoya’s lap record of 1 minute, 11.473 seconds, which has stood since 2004.
Interlagos is unusual as it runs in an anti-clockwise direction, placing unfamiliar strains on the Formula 1 driver’s necks. There are several good passing opportunities on the undulating track, most notably into the tight, downhill turn one. Rain is not an uncommon occurrence during the Brazilian GP. Follow the Grand Prix live online at www.watchf1.net to see if the weather will be kind to the drivers this year.
Vettel will be highly motivated to record consecutive Grand Prix victories and turn up the heat on Formula 1 point leader Jenson Button. Barrichello will be desperate to win in front of his fanatical home crowd. See if either driver can keep their title hopes alive by watching live online Formula 1 coverage at www.watchf1.net. Other drivers who impressed at Suzuka were Lewis Hamilton (third for McLaren), Nico Rosberg (fifth for Williams) and Nick Heidfeld (sixth for BMW Sauber).
Toyota’s Jarno Trulli had a strong run in Japan to finish second. His team-mate Timo Glock will be hoping to be back to full fitness after feeling unwell at Suzuka and suffering a nasty crash during qualifying. A subscription to Watch F1 provides not only live Formula 1 streaming of the 2009 Brazilian GP, but also access to highlights and live online coverage of other major racing series, including MotoGP and NASCAR.