The Interlagos circuit which hosts the Brazilian Grand Prix is one of the oldest in the calendar and despite receiving some slight changes in recent years, Bernie Ecclestone believes that there should be modernized a bit.
The Jose Carlos Pace Circuit has that character possessing traces of the last century. It is a track full of slopes and curves to brave pilots, and a circuit with a great atmosphere in the stands and where the history of Formula 1 has left some of its best moments, which is why Bernie does not want this fall’s big prize calendar, but think it should undergo some tweaks to improve facilities, which in his opinion, have been already somewhat outdated.
Some Brazilian media suggest that Bernie Ecclestone recently traveled to Santa Catarina, a state in southern Brazil, to know the plans of a project to build a new Formula 1 track that would also designed by architect Hermann Tilke. Currently the circuit Interlagos is signed through the 2014 season, but Bernie says it wants to remain part of the world will not forget this circuit.
No such intention we like Sao Paulo. It is an old and somewhat outdated track, but with a good overhaul and a little plastic surgery, will be fine. Know it will happen soon.
The José Carlos Pace has suffered some tragic incidents, so their security is enhanced, in addition to improving the asphalt and solves the problem of potholes that were distributed along the path. The organizers have been ignoring both the FIA and the drivers and have ensured that the great circus makes it’s a must to Brazil every year.