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In 1978 the Brazilian Grand Prix moved to Jacarepaguá in Rio de Janeiro.
With Formula One's more glamorous image being better suited to the more better-looking city of Rio de Janeiro, the F1 circus went back to Rio again and the circuit went on to host the 1980s turbo era.
The modernisation of Interlagos soon after his first win in 1970 is regularly credited to the success and subsequent fame of São Paulo native Emerson Fittipaldi.
A Brazilian Grand Prix was first held in 1972 at Interlagos, although it was not part of the Formula One World Championship.
Motor racing started in Brazil before World War II, with races on the 7.9-mile Gavea circuit in Rio de Janeiro starting in 1934.
In 1936 construction began on Brazil's first permanent autodrome in the São Paulo neighborhood of Interlagos and was finished in 1940.