GP Brazil – Interlagos: Everything you need to know

gp-brazil-–-interlagos:-everything-you-need-to-know

We are moving to the Jose Carlos Pace Autodrome in São Paulo, which most still call by its old name, Interlagos. One of the classic racetracks where we have traditionally waited for the World Cup title to be decided, for many years it was the last race of the season.

The counter-clockwise race, which was not built on level ground, is consequently marked by numerous ups and downs. After the long starting target, the first climax awaits us, the infamous Sennin S. A combination of two bends, which is extremely challenging for racers as the bends (left-right) differ in angle, length, radius, and at the same time the terrain is even lower. After a long curve in the third bend (Curva discontinue Sol), another plane awaits us, which severely punishes the poor traction from Curva discontinue Sol. The second sector consists of a section of slow turns where the terrain is repeatedly raised and lowered, and mechanical grip is extremely important. At the back of the track, there is a sprinting ascent slightly to the left and full throttle acceleration, where the power of the powertrain comes in especially discontinue.

EDITOR

1. free training: 15: (**********************************************************************************), Friday, 12. November

2. free training: 19: (**********************************************************************************), Friday, 15. November

3. free training: 16: (**********************************************************************************), Saturday, 13 . November

Qualifications: 16 : (**********************************************************************************), Saturday, 13. November

Race: 16 : 07, Sunday, 17. November

WEATHER FORECAST

INTERLAGOS WEATHER

CHOICE OF TIRES

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RESULTS – F1 – BRAZIL 2018

DIRECTION DATA:

First Grand Prize: 1973

Number of circles: 71

Track length: 4309 m

Number of turns: 12

Race distance: 0100. 550 km

Circle Record: 1: 07. 540 (Valtteri Bottas,

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Most wins: Alain Prost (6)

CHAMPIONSHIP

     

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