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DESTINATION GUIDE: What fans can eat, see and do when they visit Sao Paulo for this weekend's Grand Prix

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Amy Overy
SAO PAULO, BRAZIL - NOVEMBER 14: Fans cheers the drivers during the drivers parade during the F1

Despite its official name of the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace, the 4.039km circuit located between two large reservoirs on the outskirts of the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo has always been known simply as Interlagos, and is one of the most iconic F1 tracks on the calendar.

Bearing witness to some of the sports most thrilling, controversial and often title-deciding moments, and with Brazil producing three charismatic world champions – including the much revered Ayrton Senna – coupled with Sao Paulo’s vibrant carnival atmosphere, and it’s no wonder this Grand Prix is one of the most anticipated races of the season.


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