|Race Date:||18 Oct 2009|
|Number of Laps:||71|
|Circuit Length:||4.309 km|
|Race Distance:||305.909 km|
|Lap Record:||1:11.473 - JP Montoya (2004)|
In 1938, a gigantic connive of site was purchased in Sao Paulo by two local assets developers who planned to construct a big accommodation expansion. It shortly turned into clear, but, that one part of the site was not appropriate for lodging and hence they determined to make a racing circuit in its place. Sao Paulo developed at an amazing speed however and in a little while the circuit was bounded by houses.
As soon as, in the 1970s, Emerson Fittipaldi started to have global achievement, the Brazilians embarked on to desire a Grand Prix. In 1971 and 1972 Interlagos conducted non-championship events but in 1973 the track hosted its first championship Grand Prix. The track became a fortunate attraction for home racers, Fittipaldi, Carlos Pace and Carlos Reutemann all captivating the pickings of success in the 1970s. Interlagos was the vista of Pace's foremost and single Formula One triumph, and following his fatality in a airplane collide the track was changed the name for his honour.
In 1978, the Grand Prix shifted to Rio, but in 1979 Interlagos got its run after backside. By 1981, though Rio had rebuilt the Grand Prix, Sao Paulo's slum areas being at chances with the alluring reflection Formula One required to depict. After a 15million Dollars redevelopment plan was consented in the zenith of Ayrton Senna, a Sao Paulo local, the race lastly shifted back to Interlagos.
The race is stayed in Interlagos. From the casualty of Senna, no Brazilian could win the champion race. But the fervor of the Brazilian fans maintains the race every year at the time.
There are 71 Laps in the Circuit. The length of the track is 4.309 km. The distance of the Race is 305.909 km. The Record Time of the Lap is 1:11.473 finished by J.P. Montoya in 2004.
The De Brasil Grand Prix Formula One Race will be commenced on Monday, 2nd November, 2009.