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There was high praise for Pierre Gasly from Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen after the Frenchman claimed his maiden F1 podium.
Most race wins end with the team boss applauding the driver but in Brazil Christian Horner congratulated senior strategist Hannah Schmitz for her “bold” race winning strategy.
Ferrari could cancel their Brazilian Grand Prix debrief to send a message to both Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel.
Mercedes boss, Toto Wolff, is not feeling “a great sense of pride” from the UK for Lewis Hamilton after he won a sixth World Championship.
FIA race director Michael Masi has been busy explaining why the SC was needed for six laps to cover Valtteri Bottas’ stricken Mercedes in Brazil.
After 51 laps of chess, chaos descended at the Interlagos circuit for the final 20 laps of the Brazilian GP and still Max Verstappen stood tall.
Ferrari are dominating the front and back pages in Italy, just not for the right reasons after Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc collided in Brazil.
Mattia Binotto says it would be “unfair” to question Red Bull and Honda’s pace after Max Verstappen claimed pole position and the victory at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg says it was a case of fine margins regarding the crash between Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc in Brazil, but thinks Vettel was to blame.
Mercedes technical director James Allison agrees with many a fan, the team’s decision to pit Lewis Hamilton under the late Safety Car in Brazil was “just plain dumb”.
We’re all just about catching our breath again after what morphed into a Brazilian Grand Prix for the ages. Here is what our readers had to say…
McLaren are celebrating the team’s first podium result in 2,072 days after Carlos Sainz raced from 20th on the grid to third at the Brazilian Grand Prix.