|Location||Sao Paulo, Brazil|
|Circuit Direction||Anti clockwise|
Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace, originally known as 'Interlagos', is a motorsport circuit in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The land on which the circuit had been built was originally bought for housing developments, but after finding the land suitable for building a race track, the decision was altered. Interlagos was inaugurated in May 1940. It is noted for being the venue for Formula One Brazilian Grand Prix. The circuit is non-oval, and the tracks are followed in an anti-clockwise direction. The circuit often hosts road cycling events. Interlagos is known for having one of the largest pit lanes ever to be used in Formula One.