Brazilian Grand Prix 2024
race Schedule & guide

Practice 1: Friday November 1, 2024, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Sprint Qualifying: Friday November 1, 2024, 3:30 PM - 4:15 PM
Sprint Race: Saturday November 2, 2024, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Qualifying: Saturday November 2, 2024, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Race: Sunday November 3, 2024, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Track Location & Address

Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace
Av. Sen. Teotonio Vilela
261 - Interlagos
Sao Paulo, SP, 04801-010

Race Information

Single Lap Length: 4.309 km (2.677 mi)
Total Race Distance: 305.87 (190.05 mi)
Number of Laps: 71

Frequently Asked Questions for the 2024 Brazilian Grand Prix

Can I Park at the Track?

Spectators can not park at the track. Instead, it is advised to take a metro line.

Is There Reserved Seating?

All grandstand ticketing comes with a reserved seat with a clear view of the track.

Does the Circuit Have Disabled / Reduced-Mobility Access?

Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace offers handicap access, including covered grandstands with accessible restrooms, elevators, and ramps. For information on accessibility and wheelchair access, visit the Hospitality Center.

Is There Food at the Track?

Food is available at snack bars found in sectors A, M, G, and Q. Drinks and frozen treats can be purchased from grandstand seating.

What Should I Bring with Me?

  • Sunscreen
  • Bottled water
  • Ear plugs
  • Portable radio and headphones
  • Binoculars
  • Cameras or camcorders

  • What’s Prohibited at the Race?

  • Drugs/Alcohol
  • Outside food or beverage
  • Pets (except certified service animals)
  • Coolers/Theroses
  • Fireworks
  • Firearms/Weapons

  • How Should I Dress on Race Day?

    Spectators should dress for warmer weather. Smart casual attire is expected and includes t-shirts, pants, and dresses. Rain is common in Sao Paulo and should be considered.

    What Activities Are Available at the Track?

    Adjacent to the track, spectators will find Kartodromo Ayrton Senna, a 1,150 m (714 mi) kart track. Visitors can ride around the track before the race.

    What’s the Best Transportation to Get to the Track?

    To get around during race weekend, spectators will have access to:
  • Metro: Transfers available all over Sao Paulo to Interlagos. Autodromo stop is near the southern terminus.
  • Buses

  • What are some dining suggestions for after the Race?

    After the race, spectators can dine at:
  • Podium Restaurante
  • Mister Sheik
  • Dilbistro
  • Shiraz Shawarma
  • Zeca Hamburger
  • Quintal do Espeto
  • Casa da Pizza
  • GattoFiga Pizza Bar

  • When Should I Arrive at the Track?

    Spectators are advised to arrive early. General admission spectators should arrive when the circuit opens