Orange Tree Club
One feature of the Brazilian Grand Prix since some years is the Orange Tree Club, named after a long-extinct tree that stood guard over one of the most difficult corners of this classic racing circuit in the early fifties.
The Orange Tree Club is situated at one of the most difficult corners of the Interlagos circuit. This facility has become very popular with serious racing fans who like to see action from a close quarter. Includes pit lane visit on Friday afternoon. Guests will enjoy:
- – Sandwich bar for all three days
- – Complimentary soft drinks and beer (alcohol served from 11am)
- – Pit lane visit on Friday & Saturday
- – TV and timing monitors