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Friday saw five important men speak to the media, as the team principals press conference took place in between practice sessions in Brazil.
Fernando Alonso is chasing a top-ten showing at this weekend’s Brazilian GP, acknowledging that it may be his last F1 points.
Lewis Hamilton says he won’t be called on to return the favour Valtteri Bottas paid him back in Russia by handing his team-mate a race win.
The Grand Prix Drivers??? Association (GPDA) will meet at this weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix with Pirelli tyres likely to dominate conversation.
Brendon Hartley, Kevin Magnussen, Lance Stroll, Marcus Ericsson and Stoffel Vandoorne were in attendance at the Interlagos press conference on Thursday.
The Brazilian Grand Prix organisers have ramped up security for the teams ahead of this weekend’s race after personnel were robbed at gunpoint last year.
Recording back-to-back DNFs in Austin and Mexico, Fernando Alonso hopes for a clean start to the Brazilian GP and the opportunity to fight for points.