Brazil 2024
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Formula 1 Brazilian Grand Prix 2024
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Fri, 1 November, 14:30
Free Practice 1
Fri, 1 November, 18:30
Sprint Quali
Sat, 2 November, 14:00
Sprint
Sat, 2 November, 18:00
Qualifying
Sun, 3 November, 17:00
Race
Welcome to the Autódromo José Carlos Pace, commonly known as Interlagos, located in São Paulo, Brazil, for the São Paulo Grand Prix.
This historic circuit is as well-known for its undulating layout and technical corners as much as it is for the unpredictable weather that has played a part in so many races here.
With many Brazilian fans having raced in Williams Racing overalls, we can assure you that the local fans here create an electrifying atmosphere, no matter whether there's sunshine or a monsoon.
Circuit Overview:
The Interlagos circuit measures 4.309 km (2.677 miles) with 15 turns, beginning with the Senna ‘S’, a complex of fast downhill corners requiring precision and bravery that leads into the DRS run down to Turn 4.
Whichever car exits the fourth corner ahead will be in a prime position to retain that place for Sector 2's high-speed turns and elevation changes that test the car's balance and mechanical grip.
The final sector, however, is all about power, and finding traction out of Turn 12 gives a sizeable advantage for the full-throttle uphill run to the start-finish line to do it all over again.
Fast Facts
Circuit Name: Interlagos (Autódromo José Carlos Pace)
Location: São Paulo
First Grand Prix: 1973
Circuit Length: 4.309 km (2.677 miles)
Race Distance: 305.879 km (190.064 miles)
Laps: 71
Lap Record: 1:10.540 (Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes, 2018)
Alex Albon Last Year
Race: DNF
Fastest Lap: No time set (N/A)
Qualifying: P15 (1:10.840)
Tyre Strategy: Soft
Logan Sargeant Last Year
Race: P11
Fastest Lap: 1:15.738 (Lap 51)
Qualifying: P19 (1:11.035)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Soft-Soft-Soft
Williams Racing's São Paulo GP History
Best Finish: P1 (Carlos Reutemann, 1981 / Nelson Piquet, 1986 / Nigel Mansell, 1992 / Damon Hill, 1996 / Jacques Villeneuve, 1997 / Juan-Pablo Montoya, 2004)
Best Qualifying: P1 (Keke Rosberg, 1983 / Nigel Mansell, 1987 & 1992 / Alain Prost, 1993 / Ayrton Senna, 1994 / Damon Hill, 1995 & 1996 / Jacques Villeneuve, 1997 / Juan-Pablo Montoya, 2004 / Nico Hulkenberg, 2010)
Alex's Best Finish: P14 (2019)
Logan's Best Finish: P11 (2023)
Williams Racing Highlight: Nico’s 2010 pole position time was over a second faster than P2 as the German stormed to his only P1 qualification in the tricky drying conditions at Interlagos.
Brazil At A Glance
Capital: Brasília
Population: 214 million
Size: 8,515,767 sq km
Language: Portuguese
Currency: Brazilian Real (BRL)
Brazil 2024
Race Weekend
Formula 1 Brazilian Grand Prix 2024
Times displayed in your local time zone.
Fri, 1 November, 14:30
Free Practice 1
Fri, 1 November, 18:30
Sprint Quali
Sat, 2 November, 14:00
Sprint
Sat, 2 November, 18:00
Qualifying
Sun, 3 November, 17:00
Race
Welcome to the Autódromo José Carlos Pace, commonly known as Interlagos, located in São Paulo, Brazil, for the São Paulo Grand Prix.
This historic circuit is as well-known for its undulating layout and technical corners as much as it is for the unpredictable weather that has played a part in so many races here.
With many Brazilian fans having raced in Williams Racing overalls, we can assure you that the local fans here create an electrifying atmosphere, no matter whether there's sunshine or a monsoon.
Circuit Overview:
The Interlagos circuit measures 4.309 km (2.677 miles) with 15 turns, beginning with the Senna ‘S’, a complex of fast downhill corners requiring precision and bravery that leads into the DRS run down to Turn 4.
Whichever car exits the fourth corner ahead will be in a prime position to retain that place for Sector 2's high-speed turns and elevation changes that test the car's balance and mechanical grip.
The final sector, however, is all about power, and finding traction out of Turn 12 gives a sizeable advantage for the full-throttle uphill run to the start-finish line to do it all over again.
Fast Facts
Circuit Name: Interlagos (Autódromo José Carlos Pace)
Location: São Paulo
First Grand Prix: 1973
Circuit Length: 4.309 km (2.677 miles)
Race Distance: 305.879 km (190.064 miles)
Laps: 71
Lap Record: 1:10.540 (Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes, 2018)
Alex Albon Last Year
Race: DNF
Fastest Lap: No time set (N/A)
Qualifying: P15 (1:10.840)
Tyre Strategy: Soft
Logan Sargeant Last Year
Race: P11
Fastest Lap: 1:15.738 (Lap 51)
Qualifying: P19 (1:11.035)
Tyre Strategy: Medium-Soft-Soft-Soft
Williams Racing's São Paulo GP History
Best Finish: P1 (Carlos Reutemann, 1981 / Nelson Piquet, 1986 / Nigel Mansell, 1992 / Damon Hill, 1996 / Jacques Villeneuve, 1997 / Juan-Pablo Montoya, 2004)
Best Qualifying: P1 (Keke Rosberg, 1983 / Nigel Mansell, 1987 & 1992 / Alain Prost, 1993 / Ayrton Senna, 1994 / Damon Hill, 1995 & 1996 / Jacques Villeneuve, 1997 / Juan-Pablo Montoya, 2004 / Nico Hulkenberg, 2010)
Alex's Best Finish: P14 (2019)
Logan's Best Finish: P11 (2023)
Williams Racing Highlight: Nico’s 2010 pole position time was over a second faster than P2 as the German stormed to his only P1 qualification in the tricky drying conditions at Interlagos.
Brazil At A Glance
Capital: Brasília
Population: 214 million
Size: 8,515,767 sq km
Language: Portuguese
Currency: Brazilian Real (BRL)
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