The Brazilian stage of Formula 1 in São Paulo will be played on November 12, 13 and 14, at the Interlagos racetrack. The date change was determined by the FOM (Formula One Management), responsible for organizing the Championship, due to changes in the final phase of the World Cup, after the cancellation of races in Australia and Japan due to the global pandemic.
Tickets purchased will remain valid for the new date. The organization of the São Paulo GP will make available new batches of tickets including two additional sectors starting next Monday.
With the modified calendar, the Turkish GP moves to October 10th and Mexico will take the race on November 7th.
“I would like to thank the promoters of Brazil, Mexico and Turkey for their patience and flexibility and we will soon be giving details on additional inclusions. This season is showing incredible competition on the tracks and that is extremely exciting for our fans around the world and we look forward to continuing with this intensity in the upcoming races,” said Stefano Domenicali, Formula 1 president and CEO.
The schedule of the Brazilian stage starts next Friday, with free practice in the morning and classification training in the afternoon, to establish the starting order for the “Sprint Race”. Next Saturday, in addition to training, there will be the “Sprint”, a short race, in 24 laps, whose result will indicate the formation of the starting grid for next Sunday’s GP.
Reopening of ticket sales
With the advance of vaccination in the country, the Formula 1 Grand Prix of São Paulo will be able to receive the public to watch the event. A new batch of tickets will be available starting next Monday for those registered on the waiting list on the event’s official website. Next Friday, the sale will be extended to the general public.
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