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Brazilian Grand Prix

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Brazilian Grand Prix

A Formula 1 race in Brazil beginning in 1972.

Wikipedia: Brazilian Grand Prix

DateOfficial NameWinnerWinner's Make
30 March 1972I Grande Prêmio do BrasilCarlos ReutemannBrabham-Ford
11 February 1973II Grande Prêmio do BrasilEmerson FittipaldiLotus-Ford
27 January 1974Emerson FittipaldiMcLaren-Ford
26 January 1975Carlos PaceBrabham-Ford
25 January 1976Niki LaudaFerrari
23 January 1977Carlos ReutemannFerrari
29 January 1978Carlos ReutemannFerrari
4 February 1979Jacques LaffiteLigier-Ford
27 January 1980IX Grande Prêmio do BrasilJean-Pierre JabouilleRenault
29 March 1981X Grande Prêmio do BrasilCarlos ReutemannWilliams-Ford
21 March 1982Alain ProstRenault
13 March 1983Keke RosbergWilliams-Ford
25 March 1984Elio de AngelisLotus-Renault
7 April 1985Michele AlboretoFerrari
23 March 198615o Grande Premio do BrasilAyrton SennaLotus-Renault
12 April 198716º Grande Premio do BrasilNigel MansellWilliams-Honda
3 April 198817o Grande Premio do BrasilAyrton SennaMcLaren-Honda
26 March 1989XVIII Grande Prêmio do BrasilMartin BrundleBrabham-Judd
25 March 1990XIX Grande Prêmio do BrasilAlain ProstFerrari
24 March 1991Ayrton SennaMcLaren-Honda
5 April 1992XXI Grande Prêmio do BrasilNigel MansellWilliams-Renault
28 March 1993Ayrton SennaMcLaren-Ford
27 March 1994XXIII Grande Prêmio do BrasilMichael SchumacherBenetton-Ford
26 March 1995XXIV Grande Prêmio do BrasilMichael SchumacherBenetton-Renault
31 March 1996XXV Grande Prêmio do BrasilDamon HillWilliams-Renault
30 March 1997XXVI Grande Prêmio do BrasilJacques VilleneuveWilliams-Renault
29 March 1998XXVII Grande Prêmio Marlboro do BrasilMika HäkkinenMcLaren-Mercedes
11 April 1999XXVIII Grande Prêmio Marlboro do BrasilMika HäkkinenMcLaren-Mercedes
26 March 2000XXIX Grande Prêmio do BrasilMichael SchumacherFerrari
1 April 2001XXX Grande Prêmio Marlboro do BrasilDavid CoulthardMcLaren-Mercedes
31 March 2002XXXI Grande Prêmio do BrasilMichael SchumacherFerrari2002 Race Information
6 April 2003XXXII Grande Prêmio do BrasilGiancarlo FisichellaJordan-Ford
24 October 2004XXXIII Grande Prêmio do BrasilJuan Pablo MontoyaWilliams-BMW
25 September 2005XXXIV Grande Prêmio do BrasilJuan Pablo MontoyaMcLaren-Mercedes2005 Race Information
22 October 2006XXXV Grande Prêmio do BrasilFelipe MassaFerrari2006 Race Information
21 October 2007XXXVI Grande Prêmio do BrasilKimi RäikkönenFerrari2007 Race Information
2 November 2008XXXVII Grande Prêmio do BrasilFelipe MassaFerrari2008 Race Information
18 October 2009XXXVIII Grande Prêmio Petrobras do BrasilMark WebberRed Bull-Renault2009 Race Information
7 November 2010Grande Prêmio Petrobras do Brasil 2010Sebastian VettelRed Bull-Renault2010 Race Information
27 November 2011Grande Prêmio Petrobras do Brasil 2011Mark WebberRed Bull-Renault2011 Race Information
25 November 2012Grande Prêmio Petrobras do Brasil 2012Jenson ButtonMcLaren-Mercedes
24 November 2013Grande Prêmio Petrobras do BrasilSebastian VettelRed Bull-Renault
9 November 2014Grande Prêmio Petrobras do Brasil 2014Nico RosbergMercedes
15 November 2015Grande Prêmio Petrobras do Brasil 2015Nico RosbergMercedes2015 Race Information
13 November 2016 Grande Prêmio do Brasil 2016Lewis HamiltonMercedes
12 November 2017Grande Prêmio Heineken do Brasil 2017Sebastian VettelFerrari
11 November 2018Grande Prêmio Heineken do Brasil 2018Lewis HamiltonMercedes
17 November 2019Grande Prêmio Heineken do Brasil 2019Max VerstappenRed Bull-Honda2019 Race Information


29 March 2002F1: Montoya Wins Pole for Sunday's Brazilian Grand PrixVOA Sports


23 September 2005Auto Racing: Alonso Posts Fastest Time in Brazilian Grand PrixVOA Sports
25 September 2005Gran Premio del Brasile 2005 Wikinotizie
26 September 2005Fernando Alonso becomes new Formula One World ChampionWikinews


18 September 2006Ferrari plan to push the championship right to the final Grand Prix in BrazilAndrew Regan
22 October 2006Alonso vince il mondiale di Formula 1 2006, GP del Brasile a Felipe Massa Wikinotizie
22 October 2006Massa wins 2006 Brazilian Grand Prix, Alonso and Renault win championshipsWikinews
22 October 2006Филипе Масса выиграл Гран-При Бразилии 2006 года, Фернандо Алонсо и Рено чемпионат мира Формулы-1 Викиновости


12 October 2007Brazilian Grand Prix - Approaching to the final ChallengeClaudia Beckford
21 October 2007Automobilismo, Räikkönen è campione della stagione 2007 di Formula 1 Wikinotizie
21 October 2007Kimi Räikkönen wins 2007 Brazilian Grand Prix and the 2007 ChampionshipWikinews
4 November 2007Brazilian Grand Prix future guaranteed until 2014Claudia Beckford


3 November 2008F1: Massa wins 2008 Brazilian Grand Prix, Hamilton wins championshipWikinews
3 November 2008Formula 1: Massa primo, Hamilton meglio Wikinotizie


19 October 2009Mark Webber wins 2009 Brazilian Grand Prix, Jenson Button and Brawn win championshipWikinews


7 November 2010Germany’s Vettel Wins Brazilian Grand Prix, F1 Title Still Up For GrabsVOA Breaking News
9 November 2010Vettel wins 2010 Brazilian Grand Prix, securing Constructors' Championship for Red BullWikinews


25 November 2011
The Flying Lap, Episode 46: Macau GP Debrief; Brazilian GP Preview
In the midst of a busy week for motor sport, we talk to two key men of the moment - AT&T Williams Reserve Driver, Valtteri Bottas, and Daniel Juncadella, winner of last Sunday's Macau Grand Prix. A protege of Mika Hakkinen, the 1998-99 F1 World Champion, Finland's Valtteri Bottas excelled in karts before graduating to single-seaters. Although Valtteri is the only driver ever to win two F3 Masters events, his Euro F3 season in 2010 was nonetheless difficult. He more than made up for that in 2011, however, with a brilliant win in the GP3 Championship. Valtteri also tested for Williams after the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, matching the times of regular drivers Pastor Maldonado and Rubens Barrichello, before flying off to Macau to drive for the Galaxy Double-R team. Despite a late arrival, he was right on the pace and looking at a win when he make a small mistake and touched the wall. Daniel Juncadella went on to score a momentous victory in Macau, immediately elevating his standing not only in Spain but also on the world stage. Daniel is the product of a Spanish racing dynasty - two of his uncles (Alex Soler-Roig and Luis Perez-Sala) raced in F1 and a third - Jose Juncadella - was very fast in the 1970s with a Ferrari 512M (amongst other quick machinery) - but is very much his own man.

This video is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0) License
Download The Flying Lap, Episode 46 at The Internet Archive - 1:11:10


14 November 2015Nico Rosberg takes pole for 2015 Brazilian Grand PrixWikinews


16 November 2019Grand Prix du Brésil 2019 : Hamilton en tête des essais libres 3 Wikinews

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