The 2007 F1 season finally came to an end with the seventeenth race of the year in Brazil.
The track commonly known as Interlagos, but correctly called the 'Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace' is a classic track that has a unique mix of demands for the cars and teams.
If the track were new to F1, people would believe it was designed by Herman Tilke. Indeed elements of its layout were taken to inspire some of his tracks, particularly the opening corners.
With Interlagos not having any specific set-up requirements, the cars were, not surprisingly, devoid of visible developments. Only the chance for the teams to run engines for just one race, rather than having to manage their use for two weekends, meant that there was a little more freedom in their tuning and operation.