2020 Formula 1 calendar

Australian GP 15 Mar
Bahrain GP 22 Mar
Vietnamese GP 5 Apr
Chinese GP 19 Apr
Dutch GP 3 May
Spanish GP 10 May
Monaco GP 24 May
Azerbaijan GP 7 Jun
Canadian GP 14 Jun
French GP 28 Jun
Austrian GP 5 Jul
British GP 19 Jul
Hungarian GP 2 Aug
Belgian GP 30 Aug
Italian GP 6 Sep
Singapore GP 20 Sep
Russian GP 27 Sep
Japanese GP 11 Oct
United States GP 25 Oct
Mexico City GP 1 Nov
Brazilian GP 15 Nov
Abu Dhabi GP 29 Nov


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Interlagos Circuit - Brazilian Grand Prix 2020

Interlagos Circuit.

Interlagos Circuit, officially named Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace, is regarded as one of the most challenging and exciting circuits on the Formula One calendar. The circuit is located in the outskirts of Sao Paulo, the largest city in Brazil. Unusually the Interlagos racing circuit runs anti-clockwise and is at high-altitude, so races are particularly hard on the drivers. The heat and humidity of Brazil also add to the driver's discomfort.

The combination of the tight infield and the long straight make the track layout very unique. The track has a bit of everything - low speed, high speed and there are several overtaking opportunities. Interlagos has some great corners such as the Curva do Laranjinha with lots of g-force and there are real overtaking opportunities into the Senna S at the start of the lap and under braking for turn four, Descida do Lago, at the end of the back straight.

The present design of the track dates back from 1990, when the original circuit due to safety reasons was shortened from 7.83 kilometers to only 4.31 kilometers. The first Brazilian Grand Prix on the reconfigured circuit was won by Frenchman Alain Prost, with Austria's Gerhard Berger in second place and Brazil's Ayrton Senna in third.

Compared to some circuits, Interlagos has a relatively small capacity of about 70,000 people. The fact that the track was built within a natural amphitheatre has resulted in spectators being offered an excellent view of more than half of the circuit, regardless of where they sit. Weather conditions can change rather dramatically at this time of year, so be advised to bring both raincoat and sun cream to Interlagos.

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A virtual lap of Interlagos Circuit