Who's who in the Brazilian pit lane this weekend?
Interlagoss Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace traditionally attracts celebrity visitors, and this weekend has been no exception.
Brazils very own three-times Formula One world champion Nelson Piquet is here, together with former F1 racer and Safety Car driver Alex Ribeiro, and of course former IRL champion Gil de Ferran is now an intrinsic part of BAR Hondas management. BAR test drivers Enrique Bernoldi and Danile Dirani were also on hand there, while former Ferrari, Prost and Jaguar runner Luciano Burti did a demonstration run in one of last years BMW Williams FW26s.
Former Formula Three star Maurizio Sandro Sala (one of the sports lost talents) was another visitor and is keen to find a role in GP2, while former Formula Two team owner Fred Opert made his fourth F1 appearance of the season.
Another ex-F3 racer in evidence was Carlos Abella, now part of the Spanish Federation who were visiting in the hope of seeing Fernando Alonso put the final touches to his world championship campaign and to help put motorsport on the map in his homeland the way that Emerson Fittipaldi, whom he would succeed as the youngest-ever champion, did for Brazil back in the Seventies.