Brazilian GP, Autódromo José Carlos Pace, 17 November, 2019

Brazilian GP F1 2018 Autodromo Carlos Pace Interlagos track map Photo FIA

 
Races 46 (1973 – 2018, Interlagos 36, Jacarepagua 10)
Laps 71
Circuit lenght 4309 m
Race distance 305.909 km
Fastest race lap 1:10.540 (Valtteri Bottas, Mercedes W09, 2018)
Record lap 1:07.281 (Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes W09, Q3, 2018)
Results 2014. 2015. 2016. 2017. 2018.

STATS (after 2018)

  DRIVERS CONSTRUCTORS ENGINE MAKES
Wins Alain Prost (6) McLaren (12) Ferrari (11)
Pole positions Ayrton Senna (6) McLaren (11) Renault (13)
Fastest laps Michael Schumacher (5) Williams and McLaren (10) Renault (11)
Podium places Michael Schumacher (10) McLaren and Ferrari (31) Ferrari (31)
Front row Senna and Hamilton (6) McLaren (22) Renault and Mercedes (22)
Races led Alain Prost (8) McLaren and Ferrari (20) Ferrari (20)
Kilometers led Michael Schumacher (1140) McLaren (3226) Renault (3174)
Points Sebastian Vettel (154) Ferrari (430) Mercedes (540)
NOTE: Lap records, circuit lenght, number of laps and race distance refer to latest track configuration, other stats refer to all Brazilian GPs

2019 BRAZILIAN GP TIMETABLE

1st free practice Fri 11:00
2nd free practice Fri 15:00
3rd free practice Sat 12:00
Qualifying Sat 15:00
Race Tue 15:10
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Recent results

Year Winner Pole position Fastest lap
2018 Lewis Hamilton Lewis Hamilton Valtteri Bottas
2017 Sebastian Vettel Sebastian Vettel Max Verstappen
2016 Lewis Hamilton Lewis Hamilton Max Verstappen
2015 Nico Rosberg Nico Rosberg Lewis Hamilton
2014 Nico Rosberg Nico Rosberg Lewis Hamilton

BRAZILIAN GP HISTORY IN PICTURES

Emerson Fittipaldi Lotus Ford brazilian gp 1973
Emerson Fittipaldi (Lotus Ford) won first Brazilian Grand Prix in Formula 1 World Championship (11 February, 1973) Photo: f1.com
Carlos Reutemann Ferrari brazilian gp f1 1978 jacarepagua first michelin victory in formula 1
Carlos Reutemann in Ferrari won first Brazilian GP held at Jacarepagua (Rio de Janeiro). It was also first F1 victory for French tyre manufacturer Michelin (29 January, 1978) Photo: f1fanatic
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Carlos Reutemann refused to let through his team mate Alan Jones and won the Brazilian GP in 1981. driving Williams FW07C (29 March, 1981) Photo: f1fanatic
Gilles Villeneuve u Ferrariju 126C s dva stražnja krila. Kanađanin je završio treći na Long Beachu, ali je naknadno diskvalificiran jer dva stražnja krila nisu bila u duhu tehničkog pravilnika. (4.4.1982.) Foto: gt40s
Gilles Villeneuve in Ferrari 126C at Long Beach with two rear wings – Canadian finished third, but was later disqualified. It was Ferrari’s reaction on FOCA teams rules interpretation at the 1982 Brazilian GP (4 April, 1982) Photo: gt40s
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Alain Prost, ‘King of Rio’, celebrates sixth victory at Brazilian GP – it was also first race held at new, shortened Interlagos circuit (25 March, 1990) Photo: ferraridatabase
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Start of the 1993 Brazilian GP – Prost led from pole position, but Senna won for the second and last time in Brazil after Frenchman retired on lap 30 (28 March, 1993) Photo: f1fansite
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Mika Hakkinen won the 1999 Brazilian GP for the second consecutive year (11 April, 1999) Photo: McLaren
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Juan Pablo Montoya (BMW Williams FW23) overtakes Michael Schumacher (Ferrari F2001) at the 2001 Brazilian GP – Colombian led for 36 laps, but retired after collision with Jos Verstappen while trying to lap him (1 April, 2001) Photo: f1fanatic
Michael Schumacher Ferrari F2002 leads Rubens Barrichello Ferrari F2001 Brazilian GP F1 2002 Foto Ferrari
Michael Schumacher (F2002) and Rubens Barrichello (F2001B) weren’t driving the same cars in 2002 Brazilian GP – only Schumacher got the new F2002 (31 March, 2002) Photo: Ferrari
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Brazilian GP 2003. was red flagged after Fernando Alonso crashed in final sector (6 April, 2003) Photo: foxsports
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Fernando Alonso after crashing heavily in final sector – Spaniard was classified third, but was unable to participate in post race ceremony (6 April, 2003) Photo: earthspotter
Najprije je pobjednik bio Raikkonen (lijevo), a na idućoj utrci u San Marinu (desno), uoči 1. slobodnog treninga, trofej je došao u ruke pravoga pobjednika, Giancarla Fisichelle. (6.4. 2003. i 18.4.2003.)
After race stoppage Raikkonen was initial winner of the Brazilian GP 2003., but Fisichella won after evidence showed that he started his 56th lap before red flag was shown which meant that the race results should be determined at the end of the 54th lap when he was leading. At the next race in San Marino Raikkonen gave Fisichella trophy he deserves (6 April, 2003 and 18 April, 2003) Photo edit: MAXF1.net
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Fernando Alonso and Michael Schumacher at Brazilian GP 2006. where Spaniard won his second world championship after season long battle with seven time world champion (22 October, 2006) Photo: f1fansite
Heikki Kovalainen (lijevo) je nakon odustajanja u 36. krugu (prvo u sezoni) sjeo na stolicu i gledao ostatak utrke. Nakon utrke je čestitao sunarodnjaku Kimiju Raikkonenu na osvojenom naslovu prvaka (desno). (21.10.2007.)
Heikki Kovalainen watched the Brazilian GP 2007. from chair after retiring in lap 36 – later he celebrated success of his compatriot Kimi Raikkonen (21 October, 2007) Photo edit: MAXF1.net
Felipe Massa (lijevo) slavi pobjedu na domaćoj utrci u Brazilu, ali prvak je ipak postao Lewis Hamilton (desno) nakon što je u posljednjem krugu prestigao Glocka i osvojio peto mjesto koje mu je trebalo. (2.11.2008.)
Felipe Massa won the Brazilian GP in 2008., but Hamilton prevented him from taking his maiden title after last lap pass on Timo Glock (2 November, 2008) Photo edit: MAXF1.net
Rubens Barrichello osvojio je pole position na domaćoj utrci u najdužim kvalifikacijama u povijesti Formule 1. (18.10.2009.) Foto: eurosport
Rubens Barrichello took his 14th and last pole position in Formula 1 at his home race in 2009. in longest qualifying session in F1 history (18 October, 2009) Photo: eurosport
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Jenson Button celebrates winning world championship with his Brawn team in Brazil 2009. (18 October, 2009) Photo: lowdownblog
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Felipe Massa waves the chequered flag at Brazilian GP 2009. after missing last seven races of the season after Hungary incident (18 October, 2009) Photo: autoracing1
Brazilian GP F1 2010 podium Photo Ferrari
Alonso finished third behind dominant Red Bull drivers and remained at the top of the standings before the last race of the 2010 F1 season in Abu Dhabi (7 November, 2010) Photo: Ferrari
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Start of 2011 Brazilian GP – Webber won his first race of the season from second on the grid (27 November, 2011) Photo: Red Bull
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Jenson Button won his last F1 race in 2012 Brazilian GP – it was also last victory and last pole position for McLaren. Button won first and last race of the championship, but still finished fifth (25 November, 2012) Photo: Pirelli
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Sebastian Vettel celebrates his third world championship in the 2012 Brazilian GP after shocking start of the race (25 November, 2012) Photo: Red Bull
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Sebastian Vettel celebrates ninth win in a row in the 2013 Brazilian GP and equals Alberto Ascari record from 1952/1953 (24 November, 2013) Photo: Red Bull
Nico Rosberg uspio je zadržati Lewisa Hamiltona iza sebe na VN Brazila 2014. nakon što je bio najbrži na svim treninzima i kvalifikacijama. Prvenstvo je tako ostalo otvoreno uoči posljednje utrke u Abu Dabiju. (9.11.2014.) Foto: Getty
Nico Rosberg kept his title hopes alive with victory in 2014 Brazilian GP – German was fastest in every practice and qualifying session, but Hamilton stole the fastest lap (9 November, 2014) Photo: Getty
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Rosberg was unbeatable in Brazil again after beating his team mate Hamilton from pole position in 2015 (15 November, 2015) Photo: Sky Sports
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Hamilton finally won in Brazil after nine unsuccessfull atempts (12 November, 2016) Photo: Daimler
Brazilian GP F1 2017 start Photo Ferrari XPB
Vettel beats Bottas into the first corner at Interlagos to clinch his first victory since Hungarian GP in July (12 November, 2017) Photo: Ferrari/XPB
Verstappen Ocon Brazilian GP F1 2018 clash Photo XPB
Verstappen colides with Ocon while lapping his old F3 rival and loses the race victory to Hamilton (11 November, 2018) Photo: XPB