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Interlagos Circuit, Sao Paulo
(4.1/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web)
If you’re within a few miles of Interlagos Circuit, you are likely to hear the echoing roar of the engines as the racers zoom--counterclockwise--around the track. As the official home of the Brazilian F1 Grand Prix, the track has a rich history dating back to its construction in 1938 through to its current modernized form. A full calendar of events, including Super Kart Brazil, Superbike Series Brazil, and Formula Truck makes for a permanent electric atmosphere. The racecourse now officially carries the name of the local F1 hero Carlos Pace and is a true destination for racing fans. Even with little interest in motorsports, you will find it hard not to get caught up in the excitement of the track. Work out when and for how long to visit Interlagos Circuit and other Sao Paulo attractions using our handy Sao Paulo vacation route planner.
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  • This was my first visit to the F1 in Interlagos. We had a rainy weekend so here are my tips: 1. Ideal go somewhere covered and numbered. That gives you the freedom to go to the bathroom and shopping (food and souvenirs) without problems. 2. do not choose the first rows. While more up vision is better, and if it rains the first rows are raining. 3 it is real. Although you can buy everything with cards, if you want a drink or an ice cream from street vendors you have to pay in cash. 4 buy vouchers of food in advance. To the rush hour crowd vouchers sell boxes. It is better to buy ahead and redeem when desired. Forza Ferrari!
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  • Well done Brazil for organising what was a fantastic weekend of racing action. The difference between this and the Circuit of the Americas in the US was night and day. It was easy to drive to the circ...  more »
  • I went for the first time this year with over 3 people. We stayed at the Q because it was the only sector in which we found the 4 tickets together (we bought the day before the race). The sector is cheap, maybe even the cheapest and still stunned by the sight. We can see the Senna S, the curve of the Sun, the output of the stalls, the curve of the coffee ... several overtaking were made right in front of us, v. good! Downside: it's normal and Grandstand opened (we take sooo rain) and only has fast food but for the price we paid q okay!
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