The Senna S

The first two corners at Autódromo José Carlos Pace or Interlagos are the best test for any car’s handling performance. The circuit is pretty old and bumpy. Built in 1940, the layout has undergone some significant changes.

The Senna S at Interlagos

The series of corners have different angles and radii which make them extremely difficult. The camber also varies with a slight variation in altitude making this one of the most challenging set of corners for the drivers.

The new track layout was introduced in 1990 and hasn’t changed much since. The return of F1 to Interlagos was mostly because of Ayrton Senna. Hence the 1st two turns were named after the three time Formula 1 World Champion.

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