Formula 1 2014 Brazil Live Stream + Brazilian Grand Prix Video and Highlights of Qualifying Sessions

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Formula 1 2014 Live Streaming : The Formula 1 season returns this weekend with the F1 Brazilian Grand Prix live! On the Internet or on TV, Formula 1 fans can watch the Grand Prix qualifying sessions from smartphones, tablets and laptops thanks to links provided below and on national TV channels. If you miss the Brazilian Grand Prix’s qualifying sessions’ live stream, you can watch the highlights thanks to videos provided on this website on Saturday 8th November 2014. The first test awaits drivers in today’s qualification sessions, and Formula 1 fans can watch them at 11:00 AM ET.

Two races are all that remain for Rosberg and Hamilton to fight for the drivers’ championship as the 2014 Formula 1 calendar heads to Brazil for the penultimate race of the season. Rarely has the first grid row not been occupied by the Mercedes duo, but with the championship race still open, the question is who will obtain pole position in the Brazilian Grand Prix‘s qualifying sessions. Formula 1 fans will be able to follow all the action from today’s qualifying sessions thanks to the Brazilian Grand Prix live stream, alongside all the highlights and results of the day!

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Formula 1 fans can watch the Brazilian Grand Prix’s qualifying sessions live stream online or on national TV channels. Additional details to watch the race and qualifying sessions online are available here in the UK and here in the US. The TV channels which will be broadcasting the qualifying sessions include TSN (Canada), BBC (UK) and NBC Sports (USA).

A few minutes before the Brazilian Grand Prix’s qualifying sessions, come back here on TechNews.org to know everything about the live stream of the sessions. At the end of the qualifying sessions, fans can also watch the highlights from the Brazilian Grand Prix’s qualifying sessions.

Brazilian Grand Prix’s Qualifying Live Stream

The Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace is one of the oldest circuits in the Formula 1 calendar, but it’s also one of the fans’ favorite tracks. This year, the Petrobras Grand Prix is the backdrop to the showdown between Rosberg and Hamilton – a race that will only be decided in the final Grand Prix of the season. Before Sunday’s race, the Brazilian Grand Prix‘s qualifying sessions are the first stop for the drivers.

The Mercedes team has been scintillating throughout most of the 2014 Formula 1 season. Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton have won fourteen of the seventeen Grand Prix races held so far. In addition to the race results, the Mercedes teammates have also made the first grid positions theirs in the majority of Grand Prix races. And with just 24 points separating the two of them, the focus in today’s qualifying sessions and the Brazilian Grand Prix live stream now turns to them and the pole position.

Brazilian Grand Prix’s Qualifying Preview

Lewis Hamilton has emerged victorious in ten races so far this season, eclipsing Rosberg’s four victories. Nonetheless, Rosberg finds himself sitting comfortably second and within touching distance of his British teammate, courtesy of consistent performances throughout the season. The German Formula 1 driver obtained pole position last weekend, yet failed to win the race on Sunday – motive to go one step further in this weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix.

Just behind Rosberg and Hamilton, Daniel Ricciardo needs to record a positive performance in today’s qualifying sessions and the subsequent race if he is to hold on to the podium. Ricciardo’s hopes of obtaining the second place in the drivers’ championship were dashed in the United States, yet the podium seems to be his. Formula 1 fans will be able to follow all the action from today’s qualifying sessions thanks to the Brazilian Grand Prix live stream, with all the highlights and results!

Brazilian Grand Prix’s Qualifying Video of Race and Highlights

Following five consecutive victories, two races are all that separate Lewis Hamilton from winning the drivers’ championship. Nonetheless, with 75 points still to fight for, Rosberg remains in the chase. As the world of Formula 1 racing heads to South America without the Marussia and Caterham teams, pole position remains a decisive factor in the leading drivers’ hopes of triumph. Formula 1 fans will be able to follow all the action from the penultimate qualifying sessions of the season thanks to the Brazilian Grand Prix live stream, alongside all the highlights and results!

Before the Brazilian Grand Prix’s qualifying sessions start, come back on TechNews.org for more information and details to watch the Brazilian Grand Prix’s qualifying sessions’ live stream here in the UK and here in the US. You can also watch the qualifying sessions’ highlights once they’re over, thanks to videos provided on this website.

Thanks for visiting the Technews.org website and be sure to watch all the action from this Brazilian Grand Prix live. Be sure to bookmark us and check all the videos and news articles regarding the 2014 Formula 1 races.

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