The next stop on the 2021 Formula 1 calendar is the Brazilian Grand Prix, held at the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace, otherwise known as the Interlagos Circuit.
Brazil returns to the schedule after its cancellation in 2020, and the venue has played host to many exciting races over the years.
What can we expect this season? Like Mexico before it, the high altitude nature of the track is generally thought to favour Red Bull over Mercedes, due to the effect of the thin air on their power units being tougher on the Silver Arrows.
The last winner of the Brazilian Grand Prix was Max Verstappen in 2019. With his current 19-point lead in the championship standings ahead of Lewis Hamilton, the Dutchman will be hoping for a repeat of his victory this time around.
For an in-depth view of the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace circuit ahead of the Sao Paulo Grand Prix, join us, along with World's Fastest Gamer and current Porsche Cup star Rudy Van Buren, as we go onboard for a guided lap of the Brazilian track.