RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Formula 1's returns to the country has aroused high expectations for the race (tickets are sold out for the event's 3 days, from November 12 to 14) and it will come with a novelty: it will no longer be called Brazilian Grand Prix, but São Paulo Grand Prix.
Investments are still suspended due to the effects of the pandemic, but the event will generate an impressive flow of money to the city's economy, the most populated in Brazil.
Alan Adler is the promoter of this Grand Prix in São Paulo and . . .