In the last four editions of Formula 1 at Interlagos, Lewis Hamilton won two - 2016 and 2018 - Sebastian Vettel, 2017 and Max Verstappen, 2019. In 2018, Max was in front at the end of the race and was touched by Esteban Ocon. him losing the chance to win the race.
Now, in the 2021 Heineken São Paulo Formula 1 Grand Prix, which takes place on November 5, 6 and 7 at the Interlagos circuit, the English and Dutch will be the favorites, once again, for the highest position of the podium.
As, after Interlagos, Formula 1 will also have GPs in Australia, Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi, the title dispute should reach São Paulo open, thus ensuring more excitement.
The 2021 Heineken São Paulo Formula 1 Grand Prix will have many ingredients for a race contested with many alternatives. From what the initial championship tests show, the balance between the teams is significantly higher than
in previous years. Mercedes now has a dangerous opponent, Red Bull, while Ferrari and McLaren have made their cars much faster.
In addition to the open duel between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen, who dominate the dispute so far, there is also a good dispute for the Constructors' World Cup, in which Mercedes and Red Bull will also depend on their respective second drivers, Valtteri. Bottas and Sergio Pérez. They should be crucial pieces in this game.
At the São Paulo F1 GP, the public will see, for the first time, Australian Daniel Ricciardo racing for McLaren, Carlos Sainz Jr. defending Ferrari, four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel at Aston Martin (in 2019, this team it was called Racing Punto). This year, Renault changed its name and is now called Alpine. And it will bring the Spaniard Fernando Alonso, who won his two world titles exactly at Interlagos, for the Renault team. Winning at Interlagos is an assumed dream of the driver who will turn 40 in July.
The decision is not official yet, but Kimi Räikkönen already admits that he will have to leave the tracks at the end of the season. Then it could be the last chance to see him at Interlagos.
Day 1 – Friday 05/11
Check in at the hotel. The tickets will be delivered at the agreed time. Accommodation.
Day 2 - Saturday 06/11
Breakfast served in the hotel restaurant. Transfer in an adapted vehicle to the Racetrack to see the training (12:00 - 13:00) and the classification (15:00 - 16:00). Transfer back to the hotel. Accommodation.
Day 3 – Sunday 06/11
Breakfast served in the hotel restaurant. Check out from the hotel and transfer by vehicle adapted to the Racetrack to see the Heineken São Paulo 2021 Formula 1 Grand Prix (14:00 ) Transfer back to the hotel. End of services.
The Racetrack has accessible toilets, fixed lifts, ramps, tactile and visual signage, sectors for wheelchair users and seats for obese people and people with reduced mobility.
Transfer to the racetrack in Adapted Chevrolet Spin or Fiat Doblo with Manual Ramp. Maximum capacity for 2 passengers with hand luggage. Availability of other adapted vehicles.
The 'G' stands are preferred by enthusiastic Formula 1 fans who have traditionally come together to cheer on their favorite teams. This grandstand is at the end of the longest straight in Interlagos, the straight in front, the fastest point on the track, where the cars reach 330 km / h at the end, with a steep descent to 160 km / h and where there are frequent overtaking. Uncovered stands, Tubular structure, Screen, Food and beverage point of sale, Point of sale of licensed products of the main F1 teams.
The "Q" stands Located next to the "G" stands, and with a similar structure, Sector 'Q' is located in the center of the opposite straight, the longest in Interlagos and the fastest point on the track, where cars arrive. at 330km / h at the end. This is the popular sector for the public that is not part of the organized hobby. Uncovered stands, Tubular structure, Screen, Food and beverage point of sale, Point of sale of licensed products of the main F1 teams.