Your guide to buying tickets and the best places to watch the action at Interlagos for the 2021 Brazilian Grand Prix on November 12-14, including advice and tips from those who’ve been.
Tickets are not yet on sale for the 2021 Brazilian Grand Prix. This guide will be updated when ticket sales begin. Join the waitlist to find out when Official Ticket Packages from F1 Experiences will become available.
There’s a limited selection of grandstand tickets available to foreign buyers at the Brazilian Grand Prix, which makes choosing a ticket fairly easily. The choice for fans on a budget is even more limited, as there are no general admission tickets available and only two cheaper ticket categories, the best of which are the Grandstand A bleachers on the final corner for $270 (Friday-Sunday). Seats in the main pit straight grandstand will set you back over $500 USD for 3 days and the rest of the tickets are priced at close to $1000 USD, which is very expensive for the average fan.
Brazilian Grand Prix Tickets: Need to Know
- All grandstands and VIP areas are covered, with the exception of the cheaper A and Q sections (which also have bleacher style concrete benches, rather than individual seats)
- There is no General Admission access at Interlagos. You buy a ticket for a particular grandstand and can only enter this area; you cannot walk freely around the other areas of the circuit.
- Children under 5 cannot enter the circuit, whilst those aged between 5-12 must be accompanied by their parent/guardian.
- Even though many of the spectator areas at Interlagos are elevated, it’s still a challenge to see above the catch fencing at the circuit, which is higher than at other races.
Hospitality tickets at the Brazilian Grand Prix
- Premium Paddock Club – Star Lounge: priced at $4995 USD (Friday-Sunday), the Paddock Club offers the most high-end access in Brazil. Located above the pit lane, guests enjoy gourmet hospitality, daily pit lane walks and live entertainment.
- Orange Tree Club: priced at $1500 USD (Friday-Sunday), the Orange Tree Club is on the inside of the track next to the corner of the same name (Curva do Laranjinha in Portugese). Features comfortable lounge seating plus full hot/cold sandwiches and drinks, including beer.
- Interlagos Club: priced at $2200 USD (Friday-Sunday), the Interlagos Club area is also on the inside of the track; at the bottom of the hill after turn 5. Full catering is on offer, including buffet service for breakfast and lunch, bar including wine and soft drinks, plus a daily pitlane tour.
- F1 Experiences does not offer packages for the 2020 Brazilian Grand Prix