Formula 1 Brazilian Grand Prix Preview: Tyres, DRS, Weather, Session Times

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Formula 1 Brazilian Grand Prix Preview: Tyres, DRS, Weather, Session Times
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The Formula 1 Brazilian Grand Prix takes place this Sunday. It will be the 19th and last race of the year.

The venue will be the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace in Sao Paulo, also known as Interlagos. This beautiful old circuit (in two main forms) has hosted the Brazilian Grand Prix 30 times and has been a fixture on the calendar every year since 1990.

Alain Prost, with six, has the most wins in Brazilthough only one was at this track. Of the current drivers, Felipe Massa and Mark Webber have the most victories, with two apiece.

Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton have never won here, while Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen have just one win each.

So if you're hoping for a bit of variety to end the season, Interlagos might just be the place to provide it. In recent years, the track has developed a habit of producing less-likely winners.

In the 12 races since 2000, only four have been won by that season's champion.

And to bump up the unpredictability stakes further, it might rain, too.

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