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Interlagos starts upgrade programme

An $80 million upgrade programme for the Interlagos circuit in Sao Paulo, home to the Brazilian Grand Prix, has started. This includes the building of a brand new pit complex for the 2015 race, which will see the current cramped facilities demolished and rebuilt to a higher specification. It will give the teams larger garages and paddock space. Previously plans were to build a new complex on the back straight between turns three and four. However, this plan has been ditched in favour of building a new pit facility on the current location. 'There was a previous idea of moving the pit complex to the other side of the circuit, but it was dropped after a more detailed study,' said a circuit...
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