The Brazilian Grand Prix is the penultimate race of the 2022 Formula One season, one where both the Drivers’ and Constructors’ Championships have already been decided. It is also the final race weekend with the somewhat controversial sprint format. This is where qualifying takes place on Friday after FP1, and a sprint race of about one-third race distance takes place on Saturday (following a second practice session), which ultimately determines the grid for Sunday. It effectively adds a second race—a second lights-out moment, which is the moment in F1 racing—in place of a third (yawn emoji) practice session.
I say controversial because there are many critics
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