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Brazilian Grand Prix at Autódromo José Carlos Pace - São Paulo

The ultimate guide to the Brazilian Grand Prix at the Autódromo José Carlos Pace in São Paulo, Brazil

Brazilian Grand Prix

Formula 1 Heineken Grande Prêmio de São Paulo 2022 (11th - 13th November)

Autódromo José Carlos Pace plays host to Round 21 of the 2022 Formula One World Championship. The penultimate race of 2021 is bound to be a must-watch, and even better if you can do it amidst the carnival atmosphere of Brazil. Last year was a sensational (if controversial) race that saw Hamilton take the top spot away from Verstappen after starting P10. Will we see the same kind of thrilling action in 2022? Here’s hoping!

Read on for everything you need to know, including how to get to Autódromo José Carlos Pace, tickets, where to stay, and much more.

Getting There

Wondering how to get to the Brazilian Grand Prix? Here's everything you need to know about travelling to São Paulo in Brazil and getting to/from Autódromo José Carlos Pace.

Where to Stay

Planning your trip to Autódromo José Carlos Pace? Here's what you need to know about places to stay and accommodation options in São Paulo for the Brazilian Grand Prix.

The Programme

Whether you need tickets or just want to know what's happening on the weekend, here's the race programme and details of all tickets and experiences (including hospitality).

Everything You Need to Know About The Brazilian Grand Prix 2022

The Schedule 2022

All times in the track’s local time – Brasília Time (BRT)

Autódromo José Carlos Pace Details

First Grand Prix: 1973

Number of laps: 71

Lap record: 1:10.540 Valtteri Bottas (2018)

Circuit length: 4.309km

Total race distance: 305.879 km

Corners: 15

DRS zones: 2

2021 winner: Lewis Hamilton – Mercedes

Image source: Wikimedia Commons

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