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Formula 1 GP Brazil: How to get to Interlagos

On the 24th and 25th of November, it takes place in Sao Paulo O Formula 1 Brazilian GP. As every year, several blocks and modifications in the streets and avenues of access to the Interlagos Race Track make the traffic in the capital of São Paulo even more complicated. Therefore, the best way to get there is by public transport, which sets up a special operation for those who are going to watch the race.


SPTrans (São Paulo Transporte S/A) and CPTM (Companhia Paulista de Trens Metropolistanos) have a special scheme for passengers who will go to the racetrack on Saturday (training) and on Sunday, race day.


Express buses take passengers directly to Interlagos from various points in São Paulo, called Miniterminals. The trips are made non-stop and everyone travels seated.

Saturday and Sunday, from 6 am

• Jabaquara Metro Station
• Republic square
• Trianon/MASP (Corner of Av. Paulista and R. Peixoto Gomide)
• Shopping SP Market (Av. das Nações Unidas)
• Congonhas Airport
• Shopping Interlagos

until 17:30

Buses are parked at the points below, according to destination:

• Av. Feliciano Correa (Gate G) – Republic Express
Destinations: Shopping Interlagos, Congonhas Airport, Jabaquara and República subways

Av. Jacinto Júlio (Gate G) – Jabaquara Express
• Destination: Jabaquara Metro

Av. Jacinto Júlio (Gate G) – Expresso Shopping SP Market
• Destination: Shopping SP Market


The round-trip fare costs R$25 per day. If it’s just a stretch, it costs R$15 a day. There is no advance sale.


The CPTM Race Track Station is located 600 meters from the G sector of the Interlagos Race Track, on Rua Plínio Schmidt. Line 9 – Esmeralda (Osasco-Grajaú) will operate on a special schedule during the Brazilian GP. The itinerary and the integration of the train lines with the subway can be consulted on the CPTM and Metrô website.


Eight taxi ranks will be created in the Interlagos region. The addresses can be consulted on the CET website.

Rafael Carvalho

A fan of chicken with okra and a good beer from Minas Gerais, he currently lives in São Paulo. He has a degree in Radio and TV, a postgraduate degree in Journalism and has been working with Digital Content for over 16 years. He has worked for companies such as SBT and Jovem Pan FM. Passionate about travel, he founded Esse Mundo É Nosso and travels around Brazil and the world all year round, always looking for tips to share.

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