I admit I’m a bit biased when it comes to Interlagos, but boy do I love the Brazilian Grand Prix. There’s something about the weekend that always stirs the soul and makes you feel glad to have been part of it. Sure, the traffic in Sao Paulo is appalling. The facilities at the track, even with the upgrades to the Paddock, could be a little better. But who cares about minor details when you arrive at a place that lives and breathes motor racing and where the drivers are revered as heroes.
Interlagos for me, is one of the highlights of the season and always will be.
So when I say that this weekend we didn’t just witness the race of the season, but also one of the great drives in recent memory, know that I’m coming from a starting point of utter enjoyment, even before the race got underway.