Interlagos could lose Brazil GP says Castroneves 19 March, 2013 Aerial view of Interlagos The Brazilian Grand Prix may be set to move away from Interlagos, it’s traditional home since 1990. Now the popular and traditional home of Brazil’s annual race, the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace is however regarded as perhaps the worst venue on the grid in terms of its ageing facilities. Now, rumours of a change of venue have emerged. “In Brazil, the economic situation is very strong,” Indycar driver Helio Castroneves, whose category will race on the Sao Paulo streets in May, said last week. “I heard now that Formula 1 might move from Sao Paulo to the south of Brazil. Obviously it’s all about how much the promoters are willing to spend. I think it’s more than just interest,” the Penske driver added. (GMM) Tweet Related NewsSao Paulo extends Formula 1 contract until at least 2020Ricciardo: I enjoyed my years at Toro Rosso but I’m pleased to be moving on to Red BullKvyat impresses early on in his F1 adventureVettel sad that phenomenal year of F1 dominance is now overWebber leaves Formula 1 respected and proud after amazing journeyTears, anger, uncertainty as long and hard 2013 Formula 1 season closes in BrazilHamilton: With hindsight perhaps I should have just let him pastKovalainen: I was anticipating that it would be easier to come back and race competitivelyMassa: Unbelievable, unacceptable, they didn’t do the right thing, I’m disappointedFerrari: We have ended a difficult season with our heads held high mighty k I would think a move away from the cesspool locale they’re now racing at would be most welcomed.