The Brazilian venue was first opened way back in 1940 and hosts the Brazilan São Paulo Grand Prix, with Formula 1 set to visit the venue in November.
Its anti-clockwise layout includes significant elevation changes, a twisting middle sector and a blind turn one that’s the ideal overtaking location.
Interlagos already features in the likes of the F1 games, Gran Turismo 7, iRacing and Automobilista 2. The recreation here looks and feels accurate and includes a giant Ayrton Senna mural on a pitlane building.
The 15 corner and 4,3km circuit is available now for £4.26/$5.35/€4.98, but there is no further information about the contemporary single-seater teased during the initial announcement.