Formula 1 is coming to Brazil at November 9th, 2014
After the football World Cup the next big sports event is coming to Brazil, the Formula 1. For the Brazilian racing driver, Felipe Massa, it is going to be the first race in his home country with his new racing team Williams. Don’t miss who is going to win on the 4,309 km long race track Interlagos in São Paulo and cheer for your favourite driver.
If you want to experience this exciting event on the spot, don’t hesitate and contact the ITS – Travel Consultant Team right away. We will help you get the best out of your trip to Brazil.
During the month of December, a team from the Ministry of Sport visited the building sites of stadiums, airports, ports and urban mobility projects at the 12 host cities of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. See a four and half minute video with images that show how the projects are coming along:
Next 26th of December, the dentist Brazilian Gustavo Sebben embarks on a journey of 12,000 kilometers across South America after some adventure and outdoor sports, he plans to travel towards Aconcagua, the highest mountain in South America, Argentina; Surf in Chile and visit places like Torres Del Paine and Ushuaia. But also while enjoying the holidays, he will also be helping children by providing education on oral hygiene and also even giving away toothbrushes for the pediatric population.
Usain Bolt (right) and Rio de Janeiro’s Mayor Eduardo Paes strike Bolt’s famous pose for the media before a press conference at the Olympic Village Mato Alto in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, yesterday. Rio de Janeiro will host the 2016 Olympics. – AP
Usain Bolt isn’t sure whether he will try competing in the long jump because he doesn’t want to risk a serious injury that could keep him from defending his sprint titles at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Read more →
Corinthians, Brazil’s second most popular club, finished off Boca Juniors with a 2-0 win in the second leg of the Copa Libertadores final to claim their first ever title in the competition (3-1 aggregate score). Brazilian-born, attempted Qatar international Emerson Sheik scored both goals for Corinthians within 20 minutes of each other in the second half.
The defeat not only prevented Boca Juniors from equally Independiente’s record seven Copa Libertadores titles, but it also kept them from surpassing Milan’s 18 continental and worldwide trophies. Read more →