F1 - Brazilian Grand Prix preview
- By Greg Rose -
- Nov 24, 2011
Marussia Virgin Racing preview the final Formula 1 race of the season - the Brazilian Grand Prix.
The action comes from the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace, Interlagos, Brazil, from November 25th to 27th. Here are the views of drivers Timo Glock and Jérôme D’Ambrosio, plus Team Principal John Booth.
Timo Glock said: "It’s a really fun track to drive and I would say it’s one of the best circuits of the year in terms of the atmosphere.
"The Brazilian spectators are passionate about racing and it really is amazing to drive here."
Jérôme D’Ambrosio added: "The last race of the season takes place at the fantastic track Interlagos. The last section, the stadium, is really impressive and great to drive, as well as the Senna S and turns 6 and 7.
"You never know what to expect here at the Brazilian Grand Prix, which makes it an even more exciting weekend."
John Booth, Marussia Virgin Racing’s Team Principal and Director of Racing, commented: "I always look forward to the Brazilian Grand Prix. It has provided some excellent racing in both wet and dry conditions in the last few years.
"This is of course the final race in what has been a tough but eventful year for the team. We’ve put an awful lot in place for the future however and whilst it’s always sad to end one season, I’m already looking forward to the next."
Go to Marussia Virgin Racing for all of the latest from the Brazilian Grand Prix.