The heart of South American motorsport beats in Brazil. The Interlagos circuit in Sao Paulo is known across the world. In the country the late great Ayrton Senna remains revered as national hero to this day. Before Senna, Formula 1 World Champions Emerson Fittipaldi and Nelson Piquet thrilled fans with their antics, adding much to motorsport’s rich history,Brazil, which has hosted Formula 1 without interruption since 1973, is currently represented at the top level by Ayrton’s nephew Bruno Senna and Felipe Massa. Rubens Barrichello holds the record for the highest number of grand prix starts, and recently switched to the American Indycar Series after ending his Formula 1 career.