It’s the final race of the season with the F1 circus heading south from Austin to Brazil, the city of Sao Paula the final venue for 2013. The final race brings the end of an era as next year it’s all change with F1 putting away those V8 to move to V6 ‘power trains’ next year.

Are we going to get a more exciting race than last weeks? Who will get the coveted places in the Constructor’s Championship and the money that goes with it? Will Marussia stay ahead of Caterham, unlike last year where they were pipped at the final hurdle? And will we get any clearer on who is driving where this year? Not that many questions have been answered in the last week. So, instead, let’s concentrate on 2013 Brazil Grand Prix TV Times.

It’s live on both channels this weekend, so you can record and watch many, many hours of car action to keep you going until March 16th when the whole thing will start up again.

Here’s your handy guide.

Wednesday, 20th November

  • 7pm – F1 Midweek Report – Sky
  • 8pm – Classic F1 – 2003 Brazilian GP – Sky
  • 10:30pm – Classic F1 – 2007 Brazilian GP – Sky

Thursday, 21st November

  • 7.15pm – Drivers’ Press Conference – Sky
  • 8pm – Classic F1 – 2008 Brazil GP – Sky
  • 10pm – Classic F1 – 2012 Brazil GP Highlights – Sky
  • 11:30pm – Gear Up for…Brazil – Sky

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Friday, 22th November

  • 11:05pm – Classic F1 – 1993 Brazil GP Highlights – Sky
  • 11:45am – Brazil GP Practice 1 – Sky (session starts 12 noon)
  • 11:50am – Brazil GP Practice 1 – BBC Red Button/online (session starts 12 noon)
  • 1pm – Brazil GP Practice 1 – BBC Two (delayed broadcast)
  • 1:50pm – Classic F1 – 2001 Brazil GP – Sky
  • 3:45pm – Brazil GP Practice 2 – Sky (sessions starts 4pm
  • 3:55pm – Brazil GP Practice 2 – BBC Two/HD
  • 6pm – Team Principals’ Press Conference – Sky
  • 8pm – The F1 Show – Sky

Saturday, 23th November

  • 9:30am – Brazil GP Practice 1 – BBC Two (repeat)
  • 11:15am – Brazil GP Practice 2 – BBC Two (repeat)
  • 12:45pm – Brazil GP Practice 3 – Sky (session starts from 1pm)
  • 12:55pm – Brazil GP Practice 3 – BBC Two/HD (session starts from 1pm)
  • 3pm – Brazil GP Qualifying coverage begins – session starts at 4pm – Sky
  • 3pm – Brazil GP Qualifying coverage begins – session starts at 4pm – BBC One
  • 7:45pm – Classic F1 – 2003 Brazil GP – Sky
  • 11:00pm – Ted’s Qualifying Notebook – Sky

Sunday, 24th November

  • 2:30pm – The 2013 Brazil GP – Track Parade – Sky
  • 3pm – The 2013 Brazil GP – Race Build Up – Sky
  • 3pm – The 2013 Brazil GP – Race Build Up – BBC One
  • 3.30pm – Radio 5 Live Build up and coverage – BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra
  • 4pm – Lights out for the 2013 Brazil Grand Prix
  • 6:05pm – F1 Forum BBC Red Button/online
  • 6:15pm – The 2013 Brazil GP – Paddock Live – Sky
  • 7.00pm – BBC’s Brazil Grand Prix Highlights – BBC One
  • 10:00pm – Ted’s Race Notebook.