Interlagos is one of the most atmospheric circuits on the calendar and often the scene of dramatic races. The iconic Senna S provides an overtaking opportunity at the start of the lap as the cars sweep downhill from the pit straight before a long left-handed Turn 3 named Curva do Sol. The circuit itself has the bonus of being located on a hillside which allows fans to view large portions of the circuit from many grandstands. However, despite improving its image in recent years, Interlagos is not the most attractive of areas to spend your time away from the track.
As soon as you arrive you will be met at the international airport of Sao Paulo and transferred to your hotel, where you can have a rest to enjoy the following exiting days ahead or head out to explore this great city.
After breakfast explore the city and its highlights or you can attend to the practice sessions:
Optional Practice Schedule:
12:00 – 13:00 – Free practice
15:00 – 16:00 – Classification
After breakfast, we will be transferred to the Interlagos Autodromo for the Grand Prize race.
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After the race is over, we will transfer to the airport for your onward flight.