Brazilian Grand Prix Tickets
This low-cost grandstand is situated facing the fastest part of the circuit where cars reach speeds of over 330km/h before reducing to 160 km/h for the following tricky hand corner.
This is the least expensive of the covered grandstands. It offers fantastic views of the Senna S, unobstructed by the catch fence but unfortunately, there are no TV screens and commentary is in Portuguese only. It is located at the end of the pit lane exit so it is possible to keep up with the order of the race by counting the pit stops of each driver if this is your thing. Otherwise, you’ll have to rely on mobile internet to keep up to date. It is a great spot for adrenalin seekers, as drivers fight for position when re-joining the track from the pits.
The newly built and comfortable stand faces the pits, lots of action and Formula One up close. The teams will change tyres and prepare for the races right in front of you.
Privileged position for spectators to follow the grid formation, action on the start-finish line and possibly the podium ceremony.
At the final stretch of the circuit, cars can be seen accelerating to the start-finish line from the exit of the very demanding sweeping ascent to the fast left-hander.
Note: Children under the age of 5 are not allowed entry.
The circuit is located approximately 10 kilometres (6 miles) north east of Sao Paulo city centre. The district is called Interlagos which is within Sao Paulo. Guarulhos airport is about 64 kilometres (40 miles) south east of Sao Paulo.
The exact timetable is subject to change. Weekend passes are valid for Friday to Sunday. The listed rates include all booking fees.