What to expect from the 2023 F1 Brazilian Grand Prix

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Sprint season finale The sprint format has split opinions ever
since it made its debut in 2021, with the number of
weekends doubling to six for the current campaign. Sao Paulo will
host the final sprint event of the season this weekend, with just
one practice session in play before the drivers jump into
qualifying. Few will forget last year's dramatic qualifying session
in Brazil that saw Kevin Magnussen take a shock pole position for
Haas. True, the weather on the day helped the Dane secure the top
spot at the end of the session – but the forecast currently
suggests that qualifying this time around could be wet once again
and offer similar opportunities. Constructors' fight The fight in
the Constructors' Championship took a dramatic turn in Mexico when
Daniel Ricciardo scored seventh place for AlphaTauri. It allowed
the Red Bull sister squad to jump from last place to eighth in the
Constructors' Championship – a move worth tens of millions for the
end-of-year payouts. The battle between AlphaTauri, Alfa Romeo and
Haas is hot and each of the backmarkers will be pushing to ensure
they don't finish bottom of the pile. Further up the field, there
is a simiarly exciting battle going on as Ferrari go in the hunt of
second place Mercedes rests just 22 points ahead of Ferrari who
will be aiming to close in on the position and salvage something
from a season that has been filled with disappointments. Mercedes
to end win drought? Christian Horner is expecting Mercedes to be
competitive this weekend in Brazil as the Brackley-based squad has
slowly found its feet at recent events. Last year, Brazil was the
scene of Mercedes' spectator win with George Russell, who managed
to fend off team-mate for the victory. Hamilton
previously outlined that Mexico and Brazil would likely be
Mercedes' best chance to win this year as he expects Red Bull will
sail away in Las Vegas and Abu Dhabi. Mercedes will be gunning to
take a long-awaited victory and not suffer its first win-less
campaign since 2011, both for pride and the help it would give it
against Ferrari in the standings.

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