This weekend, Demaras Racing competed at the Vintage Grand Prix at Mosport. It’ll be several days until we get the rolls of film back from the FotoMat, but in the meantime, we wanted to shine a light on Formula Vee in Brazil.

One of the most famous and challenging circuits in the world is Interlagos in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The 4.3 km long race track (formerly known as Autódromo José Carlos Pace) was opened in 1940, and has hosted the F1 Brazilian Grand Prix since 1973.

This weekend while a small group of Formula 1200 cars battled at historic Mosport (now called CTMP) a full field of Brazilian Formula Vee cars raced in their championship series at Interlagos, which will host the Brazilian Grand Prix in a few months. How cool is that!


3 thoughts on “BRAZIL: Formula Vee at Interlagos

  1. Wow!!! Look at that, the Brazilian flag on the Demaras #12; that is pretty cool guys.
    My wife went through surgery this weekend and we couldn’t go see the Vintage Grand Prix. I can hardly wait to see all the pictures.

    1. We hope your wife feels better soon, and we wish her a speedy recovery.

      Daniel needs you to teach him some Brazilian slang, because he had people coming up to him in the paddock speaking Portuguese!

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