All eyes will be on the Brazilian Grand Prix this weekend when a trio of Formula One stars look to give themselves a timely World Championship boost.
Just two races of an exciting campaign remain and leader Fernando Alonso will close in on a third title should he reign supreme in Sao Paulo. The Ferrari ace has won three of the last four and four out of the previous seven races to boost his title hopes.
Triumphs in Germany, Italy, Singapore and most recently at Korea's Yeongam track have placed the Spanish legend in pole-position on 231 points.
Alonso's dramatic return to form has been nothing short of magnificent and he is now the online sportsbook favourite to win the championship.
He leads nearest rival Mark Webber of Red Bull by 11 points with McLaren's Lewis Hamilton 21 points behind him in third spot.
Webber has been a revelation this term, but the Australian has faltered just when Alonso has staged his revival and another disappointing result here could see his dream come to an end.
But Webber, alongside Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel are unlikely to go down without a fight with so much still to battle for.
Although Vettel, who is 25 points off the pace, is now a huge outsider to land an unlikely title, he could be used as a makeweight in order for his Red Bull team-mate to succeed.
The pair have endured a testing relationship this year under the energy drink-backed team, but veteran Webber certainly knows what it takes to land maximum points at the explosive circuit and should be confident of claiming his fifth victory of the season.
He tasted success last year - only his second career win - with an assured drive while Jenson Button's fifth-placed finish ensured he won the 2009 title.
The Englishman is all but out of the reckoning as he sits a huge 42 points behind Alonso while Webber must hit the right notes after five straight races without victory.
The Interlagos circuit measures just over 4.3 kilometres and is one of the shortest in Formula One, but it will certainly be a challenge to the competitors in South America this weekend.