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PostSubject: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Thu Nov 22, 2012 9:54 am

FORMULA 1 GRANDE PREMIO DO PETROBRAS BRASIL 2012

After a successful return to the USA, Formula 1 stays on this continent but moves Southwards to Sao Paulo, Brazil at the Interlagos circuit. The Formula 1 Grande Premio Do Petrobras Brasil 2012 marks the twentieth round on the 2012 FIA Formula 1 World Championship.





Although other circuits have held the Brazilian Grand Prix, the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace in Interlagos has been home to this historic race consecutively since 1990. The Brazilian fans have always had a lot to cheer for when the sport visits the country, whether it was Emerson Fittipaldi, the legendary Ayrton Senna, or, current F1 stars Massa, Barrichello and Bruno Senna. Football and Motor Racing are widely acknowledged to be the most popular sports in Brazil, so Brazilian people embrace F1 when the circus comes to Interlagos, and, the spectator turnout certainly reflects that with packed grandstands.

Although the Interlagos circuit is not the most lavish facility on the calendar, it is one of the most interesting layouts on the calendar with elevation change, off camber corners and fantastic overtaking opportunities. fans and drivers alike love this circuit – and there is never usually a dull Grand Prix around the track.

With a Drivers Championship to be decided, there will be an added element of excitement compared to last year’s event. Tension will be high on a circuit which has delivered some strange results and weather conditions.

Brazilian Grand Prix fast facts

-Driving direction: Counter-clockwise
-Average speed: 130 mph
-Highest top speed: 200 mph
-Pit straight length: 450 metres
-Longest period at full throttle: 15.9 seconds/1200 metres
-Period at full throttle: 62 %
-Gear changes per lap: 39
-Number of left turns: 10
-Number of right turns: 5
-Maximum g-force force: 5.0 g
-Total race distance: 190 miles

Overtaking opportunities

The lap at Interlagos is very short at around one minute and ten seconds, this means that drivers do not have to wait too long to set up their opponents for a pass for position. The track is the shortest of the season in terms of laptime. This means means that drivers don’t have to follow each other for as long as other circuits, with less aerodynamic turbulence. This makes overtaking a real possibility at this track, and the circuit has been designed with overtaking in mind.

The first passing opportunity comes at the Senna esses, turn 1. There is almost a 20 second full throttle section from the turn 12 all the way up the hill through turns 13 and 14 and along the pit straight, the cars reach 200 mph and will brake stop to just 65 mph for turn 1. This is a heavy braking zone with a very wide entry, which encourages dandier dives up the inside.

The next overtaking opportunity comes at turn 4, the drivers will build up to over 200 mph before braking to just 95 mph. This is another superb passing opportunity, and it works brilliantly with turn 1 because if a driver loses a position in turn 1, they can try and get a better exit of the Senna esses and attempt to regain the position at turn 4. The DRS activation zone will be located on the back straightaway between turns 3 and 4. The FIA have opted for this straight and not the pit straight because the latter is already so effective for overtaking. The final realistic place to pass is at fast turns of 6 and 7, to pull of this move the driver has to be alongside his opponent as this isn’t a heavy braking zone – so a dandier and courageous move is required.

What to watch for

At this time of the year in Sao Palo, it rains heavily frequently. This has affected a number of Grand’s Prix in recent years at some point of the weekend, including two of the last three Brazilian Grand’s Prix. This can create a very unpredictable race with surprising drivers and cars suddenly being fast, and with the walls relatively close – big shunts can occur.

Another aspect to watch for is crashes, particularly on the opening lap. The tight turn 1 and fast first sector makes accidents a real possibility at this Interlagos circuit. Also, with little run off area on the outside of the pit straight – wrecked cars must be recovered under safety car conditions – much like in 2003.


Car requirements

The trade-off between cornering speed and straight-line speed is always an interesting challenge in Interlagos. The Interlagos circuit is a medium downforce circuit, the middle sector has a twisty section that requires good levels of traction and downforce. However, the long full throttle sections cannot be ignored for overtaking and defending in the first and last sectors, especially with DRS on hand.

Most of the corners are slow speed, so high levels of mechanical grip are very important. This is connected to parts like modifying the suspension arms and the kinetics of the car, as oppose to modifying the wings of the car. The circuit is bumpy in some of the braking zones, despite being resurfaced in time for the 2007 race. This may require softer suspension settings to ensure the car is compliant over the bumps and does not bottom out and consequently lose traction. With long full throttle sections, the most powerful engines should have a decisive advantage in Brazil as well.

Tyre selections

Pirelli will bring their Medium and Hard P Zero tyres to Interlagos. The graphic below shows Pirelli’s 2012 range of P Zero tyres and their respective markings:



Video footage

Here is a lap of this Interlagos circuit with Kimi Raikkonen, driving his McLaren-Mercedes Benz:




Weekend schedule in UK time:

Fri 23 November 2012

Friday Practice 1 12:00 – 13:30
Friday Practice 2 16:00 – 17:30

Sat 24 November 2012

Saturday Practice 13:00 – 14:00
Qualifying 16:00

Sun 25 November 2012

Start of Formation Lap 16:00
2012 United States Grand Prix Race Start 16:03

Full weekend schedule in local time

Thursday 22nd November:

Formula Press Conference – Press Room 11:00

Friday 23rd November:

Formula One Practice 1 10:00 – 11:30
Pit Lane Walk (Group A) 11:45 – 12:30
Porsche Cup Practice Session 12:00 – 12:35
Pit Lane Walk (Group B) 12:45 – 13:30
Formula One Practice 2 14:00 – 15:30
Pit Lane Walk 15:50 – 17:20
Porsche Challenge Practice Session 15:55 – 16:30
Formula One Press Conference - Press Room 16:00 – 17:00

Saturday 24th November

Formula One Pit Lane Walk 09:30 – 10:40
Formula One Pit Stop Practice 09:45 – 10:15
Formula One Practice 3 11:00 – 12:00
VIP Charity Drive 12:30 – 13:30
Formula One Qualifying 14:00
Formula One Pit Lane Walk 15:20 – 16:40
Porsche Cup Qualifying Session 15:25 – 16:00
Porsche Challenge Qualifying Session


Sunday 25th November

Track Vehicles Display 09:05 – 09:15
Formula One Pit Lane Walk 09:30 – 10:50
Porsche Challenge Race (16 Laps or 30 Mins) 09:30 – 10:05
Porsche Cup Race (16 Laps or 30 Mins) 10:35 – 11:10
Formula One Pit Lane Walk 11:10 – 12:10
VIP Charity Drive 11:30 – 12:15
Formula One End of Year Group Photograph – Grid 12:25
Formula One Drivers Parade 12:30
Formula One Starting Grid Presentation 12:45 – 13:15
Formula One National Anthem 13:46
Start of Formula One Formation Lap 14:00
Start of 2012 Formula 1 Brazilian States Grand Prix 14:03

UK Television schedules – GMT time

In addition to Sky F1’s coverage of the 2012 Brazilian Grand Prix, BBC is showing this weekend’s Grand Prix sessions live. All live sessions can also be viewed on BBC’s F1 website, free of charge: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/formula1/

Friday 23rd November

BBC Red Button Coverage

Practice One: 1155-1330, Red Button
Practice Two: 1555-1730, Red Button

Sky Sports F1 Coverage

Practice One: 11.45
Practice Two: 15.45

Saturday 24th November

BBC Coverage

Practice Three: 1255-1400, Red Button
Qualifying: 1210-1415, BBC One

Sky Sports F1 Coverage

Practice Three: 12.45
Qualifying: 15:00

Sunday 25th November

BBC Coverage

1500-1815, BBC One

Sky Sports F1 Coverage

Race: 14.30 pm

Live timing and scoring is available for every session at http://www.formula1.com/ Registration is required to view live timing. If you wish to watch this Grand Prix outside the UK, please check your local listings.


Previous winners of Brazilian Grand Prix

2004 – Juan Pablo Montoya – BMW-Williams
2005 – Juan Pablo Montoya – McLaren-Mercedes Benz
2006 – Felipe Massa – Ferrari
2007 – Kimi Raikkonen – Ferrari
2008 – Felipe Massa – Ferrari
2009 – Mark Webber – Red Bull-Renault
2010 – Sebastian Vettel – Red Bull-Renault
2011 – Mark Webber – Red Bull-Renault

Enjoy the Grand Prix!


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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Fri Nov 23, 2012 6:11 am

hopfully the grand prix finishes before the alpine skiing starts. can't have clash but should be interesting to see how it will plays out.

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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Fri Nov 23, 2012 6:18 am

Watch the skiing it'll be more exciting
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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Fri Nov 23, 2012 8:17 am

Heavy rain is predicted for both qualifying and the race, Alonso was amazing in the wet at Malaysia, Silverstone and Hockenheim - this will be one tense show down.

There should definitely be random Safety Car periods in this Grand Prix to ensure the show is at maximum spice for the finale.

Maybe there should be double-file restarts, a green-white-chequered finish - all kinds of entertainment could be manufactured.... Wink

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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Sat Nov 24, 2012 2:00 am

Jeremy Aardvark wrote:
Watch the skiing it'll be more exciting

Speed season starting should be good

i will be watching both i will channel hop
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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Sat Nov 24, 2012 3:44 am

I'll be watching the Vikings against the bears or lions I can't remember which
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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Sun Nov 25, 2012 5:49 am

I find it quite ironic that Massa is starting alongside Vettel, not that Massa would ever do anything untoward, of course. Wink

McLaren seems to be having a resurgence at the moment, after a mid-season slump. They’ve developed the car despite not fighting for a title, which has been impressive.

Red Bull was always going to out-qualify Ferrari, but I’m sure Red Bull expected a better qualifying result than third and fourth. They haven’t got the luxury of controlling the Grand Prix. The Ferrari churned out decent lap times on high fuel in practice, and if the predicted rain does arrive, the Ferrari is a better wet-weather car…

Maldonado’s qualifying pace is staggering, it reminds me of the banzai laps from Trulli, except that Pastor hasn’t got a lighter fuel load to assist him.

I don't mind who wins the title, but Alonso snatching the title away would be fantastic for the entertainment.

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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Sun Nov 25, 2012 8:18 am

Would Massa Piquet Senna style?
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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Sun Nov 25, 2012 9:29 am

Which Piquet, Snr or Jnr? Snr used to beat people up, Jnr used to inflict damage to his cars and others. Laughing

I always enjoy the racing at Interlagos, it follows the best principle of a short course. The shorter course with good passing opportunities, the more entertaining the race will be.

Andrea Stella said to Alonso we're looking good for tomorrow over the radio, hmm, is that a wet set-up...

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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Sun Nov 25, 2012 12:27 pm

Mobil 1 wrote:
Which Piquet, Snr or Jnr? Snr used to beat people up, Jnr used to inflict damage to his cars and others. Laughing

I always enjoy the racing at Interlagos, it follows the best principle of a short course. The shorter course with good passing opportunities, the more entertaining the race will be.

Andrea Stella said to Alonso we're looking good for tomorrow over the radio, hmm, is that a wet set-up...

I mean, Massa doing to Vettel what Senna did to Prost in 91 but done in a Piquet Jnr style
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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Sun Nov 25, 2012 9:39 pm

it would be interesting if vettel got taken out...but i dout it would happen.

I don't mind who wins the title either but its going to be interesting.

It has been raining in Interlagos but reports say its clear for the race but who knows!
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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Sun Nov 25, 2012 9:57 pm

Ahh, Senna v Prost at Suzuka. Well, Massa is starting on the clean side of the grid, and the Ferrari has made great starts this season.

It would be ugly, but if Massa took Vettel out it would make for tremendous headlines – the scandal and uproar would be good publicity for the sport.

The Brazilian weather forecasts seem to change every few hours. First it was a definite wet race, then a dry race, suddenly the prospect of rain returned, now it might not rain.

The best indication of weather will be at 4 pm when the lights go out! Razz


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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Sun Nov 25, 2012 10:38 pm

like 2008 when it rain minutes before the race. sunny
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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Sun Nov 25, 2012 11:29 pm

Ah yes, every car had slick tyres fitted, two minutes before the formation lap it tipped it down. The race start was delayed by 10 minutes to allow the teams to fit intermediate or wet tyres.

I shouldn’t take these forecasts too seriously, but heavy rain is now predicted for 12 pm onwards, so it might be a wet start at least.

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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Mon Nov 26, 2012 2:55 am

I hadn't realised the race strated so early. I though it was at about 6 not 4. Looks like I might get to watch it. I don't think this has been a great year for f1, better than last year but nothing special. Yet?
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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Mon Nov 26, 2012 3:20 am

crazy race so far affraid

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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Mon Nov 26, 2012 7:05 am

Well that's one way to end a season. Shocked

Great drive by Button to take the win. Gutted for Hamilton not finishing the way he wanted, but a good race nonetheless despite being nearly 50 seconds behind before the SC.

Hats off to Alonso for a remarkable performance, not just in Brazil but over the season. That car should never have been in contention for a GP victory, let alone the title, yet he's done things that have defied its true performance. Driver of the year for sure.

Vettel was extremely lucky not to have retired on the spot at turn 4. He did what was needed and drove to the best of the abilities of the car post-incident. Well done to Sebastian for doing the triple crown, and to Red Bull Racing for doing the triple as well.

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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Mon Nov 26, 2012 7:28 am


That was an absolutely thrilling Grand Prix, that’s right up there with the very best motor races. When Vettel was heading backwards in turn 4, I thought the championship was over at that moment. Vettel drove a great race; he stayed composed and took the right risks when overtaking other cars. To win three drivers’ titles in a row is remarkable.

Alonso must get full praise, though. Not to take anything away from Vettel, but Alonso dug the deepest and made the biggest difference behind the wheel, in my opinion. Alonso shouldn’t have won in Malaysia, Valencia or Germany. The Ferrari has never had race-winning pace, but Alonso seized every opportunity in 2012.

I think Vettel took himself out in turn 4. From Senna’s onboard, it’s quite clear that Senna made the apex of the turn, but Vettel suddenly turned into Bruno.

Having two Safety Car periods was just amazing, what a great way to end the season. The first SC period definitely spiced up the show.

Raikkonen getting lost is the highlight of the season – just hilarious.


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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Mon Nov 26, 2012 7:33 am

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Raikkonen getting lost is the highlight of the season – just hilarious.

That makes 2 great Kimi moments then: the team radio in Abu Dhabi, and getting lost in Sao Paulo. lol!
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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Mon Nov 26, 2012 7:37 am

I'm not sure what the Kimster was thinking, perhaps he thought there was a short-cut? That takes "exceeding track limits" to a whole new level. Laughing


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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Mon Nov 26, 2012 7:49 am

I'm glad that Paul Di Resta is okay, that was a hard shunt into the outside barrier. I know they've put the barrier further backwards, but its still narrow if something goes wrong.


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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Mon Nov 26, 2012 9:02 am

Massa was a superb today. Did his job perfectly. Drive if the race for me with hulkenberg a very close second
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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Mon Nov 26, 2012 9:40 am

Massa supported Alonso very well throughout the race, for the first time in a while, Massa was quick enough to be Alonso's rear gunner and even overtake the Red Bull's.


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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Mon Nov 26, 2012 11:01 am

Well deserved win for Button, superb in the conditions especially managing on the slicks while the track was fairly damp. I expected a few twists and turns in the championship during the race but I thought it was over when I saw Vettel rolling backwards. I'd love to see an on board of the laps when he made it back up to 6th, seemed to take no time at all. Alonso did all he could today, again Massa seemed to be the quicker of the two this weekend but he did a great job for the team. It was nice for Kobayashi to get some points, I don't think he should be leaving at all.

I don't like penaltys given out for racing incidents so was disappointed to see Hulkenberg given a one for contact with Hamilton. I thought the drivers handled conditions fairly well today apart from Webber who had another shocker. Bruno was unlucky that Vettel was blind on turn in because of the car to his inside left otherwise that would have been a neat move.

I hope the tyres have better working windows next season. While things did improve towards the end of this year, the natural driving style of some drivers was still penalised with too much bias at most races.
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PostSubject: Re: F1 - 2012 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX - INTERLAGOS   Mon Nov 26, 2012 11:57 am

I wouldn’t have peanlised Hulkenberg either, braking downhill in the wet will always be risky. There is nothing that Hamilton could have done, either; he was merely collected in someone else’s error. There were a lot of near-misses, in fact, partly down to talent and partly down to luck. When Alonso brilliantly made it three-wide with Massa and Vettel, that could have ended in tears.

The more I see the Senna/Vettel contact, the sillier it seems. Vettel was clearly being cautious at the start, but then he chopped across Senna’s nose. If you want something penalty-worthy, that was it – clear misjudgment.

Vettel progressed through the pack at an amazing rate, you’re right. Considering the lack of straight line speed he had, it was impressive. I thought his judgment with other cars was also impressive, apart from crashing into Senna, Vettel only raced cars he needed too, and without a functioning radio, that must be hard to achieve.

This year’s Pirelli tyres have been strange tyres, that is for sure. Degradation or wear weren’t that bad, but drivers struggled to warm the tyres up and they required a very specific style. I’ve enjoyed the unpredictability, though. Tyres haven’t truly suited Alonso’s style since Michelin left, but with Alonso being the driver he is, you wouldn’t notice.

As the tyres were better understood and Pirelli went conservative, some races lacked action. That’s the flip side.

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