Brazilian Grand Prix 2018

Welcome to the Formula 1 Grande Premio Petrobras Do Brasil 2018. This is always a special occasion on the Formula 1 calendar at the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace or as it's more commonly know Interlagos. Deemed as one of the most challenging circuits of the Formula 1 calendar, Interlagos encloses numerous straights and corners which have strongly contributed to the circuit's popularity. Moreover, the natural elevation changes of the track ensure the 65 000 spectators a view of at least 50% of the circuit from wherever they may sit.

 Autódromo José Carlos Pace-Interlagos.

Autódromo José Carlos Pace-Interlagos.

FIRST GRAND PRIX: 1973
NUMBER OF LAPS: 71
CIRCUIT LENGTH: 4.309 KM
RACE DISTANCE: 305.909 KM

Silver Package

 4 Nights
Check-in: 09 November  Check-out: 13 November
Meliá Jardim Europa São Paulo
Private round-trip airport transfers
Full Weekend ‘Grandstand M’ Tickets
Please call for details. 

Gold Package

4 Nights
Check-in: 09 November  Check-out: 13 November
Gran Estanplaza São Paulo
Breakfast Daily
Private round-trip airport transfers
Full Weekend ‘Senna’s S/Grandstand E’ Tickets
Please call for details. 

A selection of available Ticket Categories & Description:

Grandstand Tickets

Grandstand M offers a great view of the Brazilian Grand Prix, overlooking the grid you will have a privileged view of the pre-race preparations. You will be ideally placed to watch the start of the race, and the fastest section of the circuit. This stand also overlooks turn 1, where the drivers brake heavily at the end of  the home straight.

This area is one of the circuit’s major overtaking areas, so you will be at the heart of the action. Sector M is also one of the highest points on the circuit, so it offers a great view although partly obstructed by the opposing stand. These places really do offer a fantastic chance to see an F1 car performing at its best, under heavy braking and cornering, a great spot to enjoy the unique party atmosphere of the Brazilian Formula 1 Grand Prix.

Sector B is a great place to watch the Brazilian Grand Prix, overlooking the final bend before the home straight, as the cars speed out of the final left hand bend to finish a lap. This is one of the track’s main overtaking spots, so you will be at the heart of the action.

Seats here also offer a glimpse of parts of the tricky sector 3 thanks to the circuit’s elevation changes, and a chance to see the action in the pit-lane. Sector B also offers a great chance to watch the excitement of the start of the race. You will hear the roar of the engines as the lights go out and the cars charge down to turn 1.

Grandstand E (Senna’s S) offers a fantastic view of the Brazilian Grand Prix, overlooking the Senna S as the drivers brake heavily at the end of  the home straight, riding the kerbs before attacking the back straight.

This area is one of the circuit’s key overtaking areas, so you will be at the heart of the action. This is also one of the highest points on the circuit, so it offers a great view of much of the action, including the home straight, or Reta Oposta, and much of sector 3. Sector E really offers a great chance to see an F1 car performing at its best, under heavy braking, cornering, and rapid acceleration.

Formula 1 Grand Prix of Brazil Programme (Provisional)

Friday
Formula 1 Practice ~ 1 10:00 – 11:30
Promoter Activity Pit Lane Walk (Group A) ~ 11:45 – 12:30
Porsche Cup Qualifying Session ~ 12:00 – 12:30
Promoter Activity Pit Lane Walk (Group B) ~ 12:50 – 13:35
Formula 1 Practice 2 ~ 14:00 – 15:30
Promoter Activity Pit Lane Walk ~ 15:50 – 17:20
Porsche Challenge Practice Session ~ 15:55 – 16:30

Saturday
Formula One Pit Stop Practice ~ 08:30 – 09:15
Promoter Activity Pit Lane Walk ~ 08:30 – 10:20
Formula 1 Practice 3 ~ 11:00 – 12:00
Promoter Activity Pit Lane Walk ~ 12:30 – 13:30
Formula 1 Qualifying ~ 14:00 – 15:00
Promoter Activity Pit Lane Walk ~ 15:20 – 16:40
Porsche Challenge Qualifying Session ~ 15:25 – 15:55
Porsche Cup First Race (16 Laps or 35 Mins) ~ 16:25 – 17:05

Sunday
Promoter Activity Track Vehicles Display ~ 08:45 – 08:55
Porsche Challenge Race (16 Laps or 35 Mins) ~ 09:00 – 09:40
Promoter Activity Pit Lane Walk ~ 09:30 – 10:50
Porsche Cup Second Race (16 Laps or 35 Mins) ~ 10:00 – 10:40
Promoter Activity VIP Charity Drive ~ 11:00 – 12:00
Formula 1 Pit Lane Walk ~ 11:10 – 12:10
Formula 1 Drivers’ Track Parade ~ 12:30
Formula 1 Starting Grid Presentation ~ 12:45 – 13:15
Formula 1 National Anthem ~ 13:46
Formula 1 Grand Prix (71 Laps or 120 Mins) ~ 14:00 – 16:00

* Conditions: Prices per person in NZ$, twin share on board basis and ticket category as listed above . Payment: 60% non-refundable deposit due at the time of booking. Balance due 150 days before departure. Balance is subject to exchange rate fluctuations and price is guaranteed only upon receiving full payment. Subject to availability and AIM Holidays T&Cs as listed on our website.