Brazilian Grand Prix Tickets & Packages
Are you interested in securing official FORMULA 1 Brazilian Grand Prix tickets? At Race Experience, we aim to offer the best Brazilian Grand Prix tickets, packages and first-class hotels. In this way, you will get the most out of your F1 trip to the cosmopolitan São Paulo and the Interlagos circuit. Our Brazilian GP tickets range from General Admission to premium grandstand seating and VIP packages. The Brazilian Grand Prix packages, powered by F1 Experiences, vary from Starter Ticket Packages until Paddock Club packages and everything in between.
Brazilian Grand Prix Tickets 2023
At the top of this page, you will find the ‘F1 Tickets’ product tile. Click on the tile to navigate to the tickets page. You will see further information about the different types of Brazilian Grand Prix tickets and grandstands. You will also find more information about FORMULA 1 tickets for children, TV screens, track views and other useful tips for securing your F1 Brazil tickets.
Looking for a more exclusive Brazilian F1 experience? Would you like to get access behind the scenes at the Interlagos circuit? Have a look at our F1 Experiences packages for the Brazilian GP. Besides carefully selected seats in the heart of the action, these packages include unique activities that will fully immerse you in the world of F1.
Brazilian Grand Prix Packages
In close collaboration with F1 Experiences, we offer premium Brazilian Grand Prix packages. The F1 Experiences ticket packages include access to pit lane walks, behind the scenes tours and many more unique activities on track. Want more? Try our official Paddock Club or Team Hospitality packages for the Brazilian GP. Get even closer to FORMULA 1 and join one of the top F1 teams in the illustrious Paddock Club. Are you ready for the ultimate race experience?
The Brazilian Grand Prix – Interlagos São Paulo
The Autódromo José Carlos Pace circuit, also known as Interlagos, hosted the first Brazilian GP – São Paulo in 1973. Located in one of the favela districts of the city of São Paulo, the track counts 15 turns and is 4,309 meters long.
Brazil has a rich history of great FORMULA 1 drivers. Think of Emerson Fittipaldi, Nelson Piquet and of course the legendary Ayrton Senna. The track, however, is named after São Paulo-born FORMULA 1 driver José Carlos Pace. Pace won the Brazilian GP in 1975 and was tragically killed in a helicopter crash two years later. The circuit also goes by the name Interlagos. This name comes from the fact that the track is located between two large reservoirs, or lakes. For drivers, it is a very technical and challenging circuit due to the height difference and the many bumps in the road surface.