Brazil's Autódromo Internacional Nelson Piquet, also known as Jacarepaguá, after the neighbourhood of Rio de Janeiro in which it was located will soon be demolished.
The road course welcomed the Grand Prix of Brazil 10 times between 1978 and 1990, as well as the MotoGP Brazilian Grand Prix.
It will be demolished to allow the construction of structures for the 2016 summer Olympic Games. So far, the plan for the site it to become an Olympic Training Centre.
Jacarepaguá was the scene of Michelin's first win in Formula 1 en 1978 when Carlos Reutemann won the Grand Prix of Brazil, driving a Ferrari 312T2.
The circuit was also the scene of the first victory for a semi-automatic gearbox in F1 when Nigel Mansell won the 1989 Grand Prix behind the wheel of his Ferrari 640.