Be part of the action at the Grand Prix, in São Paulo, Brazil. Part gritty favela, part Grand Prix glamour, the Brazilian Grand Prix atmosphere is unmatched by any other racing destination.
The Brazilian Grand Prix is currently held at the Autódromo José Carlos Pace at Interlagos, Sao Paulo. Like most major Formula One circuits in Latin America, Interlagos is located in the confines of a sprawling urban neighbourhood in a huge city, making for a unique viewing experience.
The Interlagos circuit has enabled some of the most memorable races in recent Formula One history and is regarded as one of the most challenging and exciting circuits on the calendar. Running in an anti-clockwise direction and at high altitude, Interlagos is tough on engines. Compared to some tracks, Interlagos can only accommodate around 80,000 spectators. Due to the swampy nature of the infield (Interlagos literally means ‘between the lakes’), the grandstands are all situated on the outside of the track at the start of the lap. You will, however, still enjoy great views of the action-packed circuit. Expect something of a raucous party vibe. Latin American racegoers are a passionate people and the atmosphere on race day is fantastic.