Although the Grand Prix of São Paulo has taken place since 1936, the Interlagos circuit was not built until 1940, and only acquired international fame when it was redeveloped in the early 70's, when it became the host circuit for the Brazilian Grand Prix from 1972 to 1980.
The Autodromo José Carlos Pace, situated within a suburb of São Paulo, the home town of Ayrton Senna, at a time when the great Brazilian driver was a consecutive world champion and a national hero, has run the F1 GP since 1990 and now looks set to be the only Grand Prix held in South America.
A technically challenging circuit for drivers, and very bumpy in parts, making great demands on suspensions, and the many corners are a great test of transmissions. The bumps, the long left-hander leading on to start-finish line and the fact that this track runs counter-clockwise, makes it very tiring for drivers.
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