If Friday at Interlagos failed to whet your appetite for the rest of the São Paulo Grand Prix weekend then nothing will.
Yes, both championships may have been wrapped up, but qualifying day in Brazil showed anything can still happen in this sport as Haas' Kevin Magnussen scored a remarkable first pole of his F1 career.
Although he was not able to convert this into an unlikely win in the 100-kilometre sprint, the Dane managed to score a vital point for his team.
But it was George Russell who instead triumphed, with Lewis Hamilton promoted from third to second on the grid after Carlos Sainz took a five-place penalty.
To make sure you see all of the action, GPFans provides you with the information you need to enjoy the race this weekend.
You can catch all the details here...
São Paulo Grand Prix: Race Hub
F1 SÃO PAULO GRAND PRIX START TIME
SUNDAY - Grand Prix: 15:00 local time [18:00 GMT; 13:00 EDT]
You can follow live coverage of every session with GPFans throughout the weekend.
HOW CAN I WATCH THE 2022 F1 SÃO PAULO GP?
Every session of the weekend will be shown live on Sky Sports' dedicated F1 channel in the UK. Customers who subscribe to Sky Sports F1 can also watch all the action on the move thanks to the Sky Go app.
Alternatively, you can purchase a NOW TV Day Pass for just £9.99 to watch all of Sky Sports' coverage on your smart TV, mobile device, tablet or computer.
On Channel 4, only the British and Abu Dhabi Grands Prix are being shown in full on free-to-air television in the UK this year. Highlights of all other races will be shown in a 'prime-time' slot on C4.
In the US, ESPN will carry live coverage of every session to subscribing fans Stateside.
Friday's practice sessions will be available on ESPNU whilst all the action from Saturday and Sunday will be broadcast on ESPN2.
Live streaming is available via the ESPN App.
ABC will show free-to-air coverage of the US and Mexico Grands Prix, although this coverage only covers the races.
In Australia, all sessions from each weekend of the year will be broadcast live on subscription service Fox Sports or through its Kayo streaming service.
Nine Network offers a free alternative, showing highlights of all 22 races as well as the Australian Grand Prix live.
In Canada, qualifying and the race will be aired live in English on subscription channel TSN, which pulls in coverage from Sky Sports in the UK. The TSN GO app allows fans in Canada to watch F1 on the move.
French-language coverage is available on RDS to subscribers, which will air qualifying and the race live. You can download RDS GO if you are out and about.
HOW CAN I WATCH THE 2022 SÃO PAULO GP ON F1 TV PRO?
F1 TV Pro, with exclusive camera angles and live coverage of every session, is available to fans in multiple territories.
Check F1's official website to see if F1 TV Pro is available in your location. You will need to pay a fee to subscribe, rates vary depending on locations.
F1 TV Pro is available on most PC operating systems, as well as many mainstream tablet and mobile providers – for a list of all suitable devices, click here.
ODDS FOR THE F1 SÃO PAULO GP
Max Verstappen - 6/4
Lewis Hamilton - 2/1
George Russell - 9/4
Sergio Perez - 18/1
Charles Leclerc - 25/1
Carlos Sainz - 40/1
Lando Norris - 125/1
Kevin Magnussen - 250/1
Pierre Gasly - 400/1
Sebastian Vettel - 500/1
Fernando Alonso - 500/1
Daniel Ricciardo - 750/1
Esteban Ocon - 1000/1
Mick Schumacher - 1000/1
Valtteri Bottas - 1000/1
Guanyu Zhou - 1500/1
Lance Stroll - 2000/1
Alexander Albon - 2000/1
Yuki Tsunoda - 2500/1
Nicholas Latifi - 3000/1
[William Hill - Odds correct at time of writing]
GPFans' F1 SÃO PAULO GP PREDICTION
Max Verstappen may have endured a sprint to forget following contact with Carlos Sainz, but the fact the Red Bull driver has two fresh sets of the soft compound tyres cannot be overlooked.
The fact that the Dutchman lacked pace on the medium compound during the sprint is exactly why confidence should be high for Sunday, given that his rivals will have to spend longer on the unfancied rubber.
He starts third, behind both hungry Mercedes drivers. This is unlikely to be straightforward, but Verstappen still gets our vote.
WINNER: Max Verstappen