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Formula 1 races into Interlagos this weekend for the penultimate grand prix of 2019. Will Lewis Hamilton take back-to-back wins or can Max Verstappen bounce back from his 2018 disappointment? For that matter can Ferrari put the cheating allegations behind them? Tune in to find out.
Max Verstappen will start Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix from pole position, the second of his F1 career, while his former team-mate Carlos Sainz is P20.
Sebastian Vettel joked that Honda’s pace at Interlagos was “suspicious” after Max Verstappen landed pole position for the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Although Charles Leclerc would never have started the Brazilian GP on pole given his penalty, the Ferrari driver was “disappointed” with his laps in Q3.
Haas finally got both cars inside the top ten in qualifying for the Brazilian GP, doing so for the first time since May’s Spanish Grand Prix.
Ferrari boss, Mattia Binotto, noticed that Lewis Hamilton seemed to be struggling with his tyres during Brazilian Grand Prix qualifying.
Lewis Hamilton may have already secured a sixth F1 drivers’ title, but Ferrari head to this weekend’s Brazilian GP at Interlagos with a point to prove.
Lewis Hamilton has joined Sebastian Vettel in expressing his surprise at Red Bull’s straight-line speed during qualifying for the Brazilian GP.
Max Verstappen bagged the second pole position of his season and career with a dominant qualifying display ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen praised the “flying” pace of his car after he dominated qualifying, topping all three sessions and taking pole.