Interlagos

Circuit Technical data
Location: Brazil Power:
Date: Nov 9th, 2018 Handling:
Race distance: 305.9km Acceleration:
Laps: 71 Downforce: Medium
Lap distance: 4.308 km Overtaking: Normal
Average speed: 219.37 km/h Suspension rigidity: Soft
Grand Prix Held: 24 Fuel consumption: Medium
Number of corners: 14 Tyre wear: Medium
Time in/out of pits: 18s Grip level: High
Category: F1
Records
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Season Best qualifying lap
S16, R17
Oct 16th, 2009
Jari Aareskoski2 1:10.930s
Season Master
S16, R17
Oct 16th, 2009
João Monteiro 1:12.088s
Season Pro
S16, R17
Oct 16th, 2009
Zdenek Hladik 1:13.173s
Season Amateur
S61, R13
Nov 10th, 2017
Daniel Vieira 1:14.664s
Season Rookie
S45, R13
Jan 30th, 2015
Fanel Secara 1:17.291s
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Season Track record
S61, R13
Nov 10th, 2017
Róbert László 1:10.706s
Season Master
S55, R17
Nov 11th, 2016
Edson Tirelli 1:12.144s
Season Pro
S61, R13
Nov 10th, 2017
Martin Irla 1:12.639s
Season Amateur
S61, R13
Nov 10th, 2017
Nikolay Borzenkov 1:14.093s
Season Rookie
S16, R17
Oct 16th, 2009
Marek Welik 1:15.150s
Description

Located at São Paulo, the story of this track begins in 1938, as two real estate developers bought the site, hopeful that the racing could attract buyers for the housing estates planned in the region. The first race was held in 1940 on what amounted to a dirt track, with very few spectator facilities or garages.

With a Brazilian World Champion in Fittipaldi, the country wanted its own F1 GP. The track staged its first F1 GP in 1972, a non-championship event, and Fittipaldi delighted the home crowd with a win the following year in the first official race.

The circuit is named after Brazilian driver Carlos Pace, who drove to his maiden F1 victory there in 1975. Sadly, Pace would never win another Grand Prix for he would die in a plane crash in March 1977. The Brazilian GP remained at Interlagos until 1981, when deteriorating conditions prompted the transfer to the Jacarepagua track at Rio de Janeiro. Racing returned to the Interlagos track in 1990, to find a much modernised and significantly shortened circuit, incorporating the tricky 'S' curve at the end of the main straight, named after the city's most famous racing hero, Senna.

The last ten years have seen further progress made on both track and facilities, and prospects are good for a lasting run in F1 as there is currently no real alternative venue in South America. In the opinion of most racing drivers Interlagos is still one of the most challenging layouts, and the tremendously enthusiastic local fans make the Grand prix an unforgettable experience.

History
Season Race Winner Pole position Fastest lap
1 16 Cristian Iorga
1h49:36.230s
Manuel Gonzalez
2:49.259s
Manuel Gonzalez
1:17.145s
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3 1 Petar Totev
1h30:46.317s
Mariano Torregomez
2:28.432s
Petar Totev
1:14.383s
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4 2 Mariano Torregomez
1h33:54.542s
Maxim Kotov
2:45.636s
Mariano Torregomez
1:17.692s
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5 16 Gatis Laugalis
1h30:50.828s
Vladimir Islentiev
2:27.487s
Cristian Iorga1
1:15.093s
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6 7 Peter Helcmanovsky
1h32:40.982s
Leandro Sereno
2:29.485s
Maxim Kotov
1:16.082s
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8 12 Maxim Kotov1
1h39:38.662s
Maxim Kotov1
2:26.591s
Vladimir Islentiev
1:13.856s
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10 12 Vladimir Islentiev1
1h29:54.781s
Martynas Molneris
2:29.464s
Martynas Molneris
1:14.169s
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12 1 Jari Aareskoski
1h29:27.445s
Gatis Laugalis1
2:27.167s
Jari Aareskoski
1:13.561s
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14 5 Vladimir Islentiev2
1h28:28.780s
Heidi Aareskoski
2:25.430s
Heidi Aareskoski
1:12.521s
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16 17 Vladimir Islentiev2
1h27:16.749s
Tomasz Wypych
2:22.113s
Jari Aareskoski2
1:11.317s
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18 17 Toygun Senler
1h41:21.391s
Toygun Senler
2:48.134s
Toygun Senler
1:24.688s
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20 9 Edvinas Pranculevicius
1h28:30.147s
Edvinas Pranculevicius
2:26.242s
Toygun Senler2
1:12.747s
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22 11 Edvinas Pranculevicius1
1h28:06.490s
Edvinas Pranculevicius1
2:26.101s
Edvinas Pranculevicius1
1:12.456s
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24 2 Edvinas Pranculevicius2
1h27:53.158s
Edvinas Pranculevicius2
2:25.185s
Edvinas Pranculevicius2
1:12.633s
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27 16 Zdenek Hladik3
1h26:55.575s
Toygun Senler3
2:23.045s
Zdenek Hladik3
1:11.572s
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28 6 Zdenek Hladik3
1h26:58.565s
Toygun Senler3
2:23.907s
Zdenek Hladik3
1:11.842s
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31 3 Justinas Smyšliajevas4
1h28:43.495s
Rimantas Sagatas
2:26.044s
Justinas Smyšliajevas4
1:12.776s
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33 15 Toygun Senler4
1h28:49.797s
Wojciech Uzikowski
2:26.124s
Nathan Skelly
1:12.874s
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39 3 Vsevolod Demydov1
1h28:42.040s
Vsevolod Demydov1
2:25.807s
João Monteiro1
1:13.150s
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45 13 Leandro Sereno6
1h33:28.592s
Evgeny Tkachenko
2:25.050s
Damian Zglinicki
1:12.993s
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50 5 Christos Bobolis2
1h29:12.560s
Vsevolod Demydov2
2:26.611s
Joaquín Quintana
1:12.763s
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55 17 Jan Pavlicek2
1h27:02.265s
Justinas Smyšliajevas4
2:24.215s
Justinas Smyšliajevas4
1:10.853s
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61 13 Roland Postle4
1h27:06.062s
Jakab Zoltan
2:24.829s
Róbert László
1:10.706s
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67 9 Mateusz Oleś
1h27:47.211s
Maxim Kotov2
2:24.778s
Mateusz Oleś
1:11.502s
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