Sebastian Vettel fully prepared for this weekend Brazilian Grand Prix. Also championship leader need finish in top four. The double time world champions Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso will fight for secure their third world title.
Interlagos is very special for drivers and spectators. Anti-clockwise circuit and long left turns put an extreme load on drivers’ neck muscles. 4.3Km Interlagos is very special for Red Bull because they are achieved 1-2 finishes in both the 2010 and 2011 Brazilian GP.
The German now points ahead of Spaniard. The Brazilian Grand Prix will give more pressure for Fernando Alonso to secure his third world title. But everybody concerned about for São Paulo weather condition, it will be play a significant role in this weekend’s.
“The 4.3km circuit will this year stage the World Championship final. That will be exciting because at Interlagos you have a combination of passionate fans, driving anti-clockwise, bad bumps and extreme altitude.” Vettel said.
“The thin air makes it tough for the engine, because São Paulo is located 1000m above sea level, so it costs us about 40hp. The long left turns put an extreme burden on our neck muscles, because of the centrifugal forces that are created from driving anti-clockwise. So I’m doing special workouts for São Paulo, to build up my neck muscles and get them used to it.”