Interlagos is a rare venue for providing both the history and the thrills that should add some spice to the final weeks of the 2023 season.
Max Verstappen romped from third on the grid to victory last time out as Red Bull team-mate Sergio Perez's first-lap crash saw him continue to struggle amid big pressure on his shoulders, and the Dutchman will start on pole again this afternoon.
Second place in the championship is very much up for grabs with Lewis Hamilton enjoying a solid finish to the season. After a podium in Mexico, he's only 20 points behind Perez.
This grand prix also brings us the final sprint race of the year.
When is the F1 Brazilian Grand Prix?
For fans in the UK, the race takes place on Sunday, November 5, 2023 at 5pm GMT.
F1 Brazilian Grand Prix starting grid
1) Max Verstappen
2) Charles Leclerc
3) Lance Stroll
4) Fernando Alonso
5) Lewis Hamilton
6) Lando Norris
7) Carlos Sainz
8) George Russell
9) Sergio Perez
10) Oscar Piastri
11) Nico Hulkenberg
12) Kevin Magnussen
13) Alex Albon
14) Esteban Ocon
15) Pierre Gasly
16) Yuki Tsunoda
17) Daniel Ricciardo
18) Valtteri Bottas
19) Logan Sargeant
20) Zhou Guanyu
F1 Brazilian Grand Prix weather forecast
The weather should settle down over the weekend, with no repeat of the huge storm seen on Friday expected, although there is still the possibility of showers over the next couple of days. Temperatures are predicted to hover around 23°C with a mild wind.
How to watch the F1 Brazilian Grand Prix
TV channel: Sky Sports F1 will show the entire weekend live in the UK with race coverage starting at 3.30pm on Sunday. Channel 4 are broadcasting full free-to-air highlights at 10.35pm.
Live stream: Subscribers can access an online stream of the track action via the Sky Go app.