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ALL EYES ON BRAZIL F1 SHOWDOWN
On to the party town of Sao Paulo, and the finale of this season's Formula 1 Championship.
After the resurfacing of Sao Paulo's constantly patched up Interlagos circuit for last years race, the Brazilian Grand Prix was noticably smoother having had a reputation for being one of the most "bumpy" on the F1 calander.
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However the challenges don't end there and Interlagos is a very demanding and interesting anti clockwise circuit.
The home fans will be looking forward to Felipe Massa taking his Ferrari to its limit down the fast pit straight, as opposed to Lewis Hamilton's Mclaren, which the team have hinted will be running in "safe -mode" to preserve the car to the end.
Perhaps the Formula One fans will also get to enjoy a similarly exciting finale as last year. Two drivers still have a chance of becoming world champion in Sao Paulo.
|Laps||71||Fri 1st Practice||31/10/08 13:00-14:30|
|Circuit Length||4.309km||Fri 2nd Practice||31/10/08 17:00-18:30|
|Race Distance||305.909km||Saturday Practice||01/11/08 14:00-15:00|
|Lap Record||1:11.473||Qualifying||01/11/08 17:00|
|Record Holder||JP Montoya (2004)||Race||