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Circuit of the Americas
1 - 3 November, 2019
First Grand Prix: 2012
Number of laps: 56
Circuit length: 5.513 km
Race distance: 308.405 km
Lap record held by Sebastian Vettel (2012): 1:39.347
This 20-turn circuit takes advantage of the site's natural topography to include dramatic elevation changes of up to 40 metres.
Autódromo José Carlos Pace
15 - 17 November, 2019
First Grand Prix: 1973
Number of laps: 71
Circuit length: 4.309 km
Race distance: 305.909 km
Lap record held by Max Verstappen (2017): 1:11.044
Commonly referred to as Interlagos, this track is considered interesting because it was not built on flat terrain. It follows the ups and downs of hilly ground which makes it harder to drive and demands more power from the car's engines.
Yas Marina Circuit
29 November - 1 December, 2019
First Grand Prix: 2009
Number of laps: 55
Circuit length: 5.554 km
Race distance: 305.355 km
Lap record held by Sebastian Vettel (2009): 1:40.279
This venue is hosting the championship finale for the 10th time. Drivers need to be at the top of their game to keep their position on this track with great take-over opportunities.