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Formula 1 returns to the taste of Brazilians

Check here the reasons that are making the category return to the top of the country’s subjects.

The Brazilian returned to talk about Formula 1. From March onwards, Sundays will be in front of the TV.

Or the tablet, computer and cell phone.

The fact is that the glamor of the motorsport Grand Prix promises another successful year.

Proof of this are the tickets – already sold out – for the race in São Paulo.

Remembering that the event takes place only on November 5th. And, it will be the stage of the 22nd and antepenultimate stage of the 2023 season.

In case you’re on the team without a ticket, calm down. there is still hope

Batches are released in stages. Furthermore, it is always possible to purchase third-party tickets over the Internet.

But watch out for scams.

The reasons

If you yourself are not a fan of Formula 1, you have certainly heard about it.

The success of the series on Netflix, Lewis Hamilton and a Brazilian driver are some of the reasons why Formula 1 has returned with
everything to the taste of Brazilians.

Therefore, passionate or not about the sport, it is worth paying attention to the subject. Not to be the last one at the finish line.

Therefore, let’s better address the reasons that are making Brazilians return to being interested in F1.

New broadcast

Rede Globo was responsible, for a long time, for broadcasting the races on open TV. However, since the 2021 season, this role has been given to Band.

Of course, the success of the Globo team broadcasts is remarkable. Galvão Bueno and Cléber Machado left races marked in our memory.

How to forget the catchphrase “Ayrton, Ayrton, Ayrton Senna from Brazil!”. Accompanied by the nostalgic melody of victory?

All masterfully commanded by the iconic Galvão Bueno.

For journalist Cleber Machado, the story became a meme.

All because of “Today yes, today yes… not today”! Making clear his disappointment with Ferrari’s team play.

Resulting in a bitter 2nd place for the pilot Rubinho Barrichello. The year was 2002.

However, Band knew very well how to gain its space.

Soon, Sérgio Maurício became the beloved narrator of Brazilians. In addition, the station raised the quality of transmissions.

Highlight for the great journalistic team and commentators.

And yet, for the long hours of broadcasting. At Band, Formula 1 is the main product. Therefore, full coverage of all events.

Success of the Driving to Live series

When it comes to Formula 1, we currently cannot stop talking about the Netflix effect.

drive to liveer is the series that has been collecting fans around the world since its debut in 2019.

With the 5th season already on display, it promises another successful year.

With the plot that tells the routine of pilots and teams, it is impossible not to fall in love with the characters in this story.

Since the series brings the day to day of the category, the result is the humanization of a sport seen with so much glamor by the public.

Not to mention the popularity of some hitherto little known.

For example, the charisma of Gunther Steiner, head of the Haas team. Impossible not to fall in love.

The women in the paddock

We already know that women will dominate the world. But history is slow and in practice recognition comes slowly.

Even so, we cannot be unfair. It must be recognized that some things have changed, and for the better.

Enjoy and be sure to read the article that brings the story of 5 Women Who Changed the World.

Sport is a good example of this recognition. Therefore, female participation in F1 is one more reason for Brazilians to become interested in the sport again.

They are present in journalism and even in large teams. I suggest keeping an eye on online growth in particular.

Like Leticia Sampaio, graduated in Architecture and Urbanism, passionate about sport. CEO of the website Mulheres no Paddock, he is already a success on Instagram.

Lewis Hamilton’s Charisma

After winning the title of Brazilian citizen, the English driver Lewis Hamilton, enshrined his success among Brazilians.

A seven-time Formula 1 world champion and an open fan of Ayrton Senna, he doesn’t need to make an effort to please.

Just remember his performance at the Brazilian GP in 2021. Starting from 10th position, Hamilton showed all his talent and won at the Interlagos Circuit.

Even with a season without victories in 2022, the driver is always a reason for Brazilians to watch the races.

Lewis Hamilton’s success in the country is so great that he was recently chosen to be the star of an advertising campaign for a large Brazilian bank.

And, last but not least:

A Brazilian driver in Formula 1

The Brazilian driver in Formula 1

Since 2017, Brazil has not had a representative of the elite category of motorsport. The last rider was Felipe Massa.

But the 2023 season ends this fast with the signing of Felipe Drugovich. The team is the British Aston Martin.

The reigning Formula 2 champion, aged 22, will be the reserve driver. Sharing space with Fernando Alonso and Lance Stroll.

In this position he will participate in the Aston Martin Development Program.

“For me, 2023 will be a learning curve: I will be working with the F1 team, but my main objective is to learn and develop myself as a driver.”

Promise of the youngest Brazilian in F1. Felipe Drugovichsave that name.

The 2023 season

The first race of the season takes place in Bahrain, between the 3rd and 5th of March. The start will be on Sunday, at 12h, Brasilia time.

So here’s the invitation for you to watch this Grand Prix. This way, you will stay on top of the main subjects of the moment.

While the start is not given, take the opportunity to visit the website of Women in the Paddock. And, get to know a little more about the female view of Formula 1.

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