The Drivers’ Championship may be over, but the Constructors’ Championship can still be won at the Brazilian GP
46th Brazilian GP, 36th race at Interlagos
4.309km long lap
71 lap race, 305.939km total distance
Interlagos has been won 14 times from pole, and another 14 times from second on the grid
Second shortest lap time on the calendar, record lap time is just 1:11.044, likely to be beaten this weekend
23 different race winners
Ferrari have nine wins at Interlagos, Michael Schumacher has four
This will be the first EVER Brazilian GP without any Brazilian drivers taking part
A Mercedes pole would be their 100th
If Red Bull win the race without scoring pole position and only the winning driver on the podium they will have had 60 wins, 60 poles, 60 fastest laps and 160 podiums
A Ferrari podium would be their 750th
Emerson Fittipaldi’s 70s sideburns are around 3 inches long, you’d need 56,548 sideburns to lap around Interlagos and 31,168,495 sideburns to completely cover the track.
Ayrton Senna first won at Interlagos in his McLaren MP4/6, you would need 6,329 of them to cover the Interlagos track surface.