[raceweekendpromotion]This weekend’s Sao Paulo Grand Prix in Brazil is expected to go ahead as planned despite a delay in transporting teams’ freight from last weekend’s round in Mexico.Interlagos circuit. As a result some items will not arrive at the track until Thursday.
RaceFans understands all teams have been affected by the disruption to a similar degree. The delayed freight includes essential items related to the running of the race weekend.
It is expected to arrive at the circuit on Thursday, the day before the first practice session of the weekend begins, leaving sufficient time to complete preparations for the event.
“There were delays in freight departing Mexico on Monday due to the weather conditions, meaning some freight is still to arrive in Brazil,” an F1 spokesperson told RaceFans. “We expect this to arrive tomorrow with no wider impact on the race weekend.”
The Sao Paulo Grand Prix is the second of three races on consecutive weekends. Following Sunday’s race F1 and its teams will travel to Qatar in the Middle East, 12,000 kilometres away, for the next round of the world championship.
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