Maybe the most famous track on South America, "Interlagos" is well know for being the venue of the Formula One Brazilian Grand Prix. Also, holds the World Endurance Championship 6 Hours of São Paulo, 1000 Miles of Brazil, Stock Car Brasil, Fórmula Truck and Turismo Competición 2000. The present design of the track dates back from 1990, when the original circuit was shortened from 7,829 m to only 4,397 m (so that it could fit the new FIA restrictions on track length). As a consequence of the reduction, the track lost three long straight sections and nine fast curves (5 were lost forever, 4 were made slower and are still there). Senna gave the idea of making an "S" connecting the two straights on this new layout. The name of this turn was named after the driver's name, being now know as the "Senna S". --------------------/ Videos / --------------------- 1991's Brazilian GP 1993's Brazilian GP video, for some reason, was removed from the youtube. 2013's GP - Massa and Vettel doing donnuts after the race.