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Broadcasting of F1 in Brazil is changing, with investment business Rio Motorsports having acquired exclusive rights for the next five seasons.
Interlagos may have produced one of the best races of the 2019 season, but its future on the Formula 1 calendar beyond 2020 is far from certain.
Max Verstappen let all the chaos rage on behind him as he stormed his way to victory at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
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.
Romain Grosjean, Daniel Ricciardo, Valtteri Bottas, Sergio Perez and Robert Kubica attended Brazilian GP press conference at Interlagos.
The fight for titles is now done in 2019, but it seems Ferrari are left with two races to convince us of their innocence.
Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has held talks with key figures as he continues to push for a move away from Interlagos for the Brazilian GP.
Felipe Massa wants to see his country address other issues in Rio de Janeiro before they look to build a track there that can host the Brazilian GP.
Interlagos may be able to host the Brazilian GP in 2020 after the Sao Paulo city council decided to keep the track off the market.
The Brazilian Grand Prix will move to a new purpose-built track in Rio de Janeiro from 2020 according to the country’s president.
Eric Boullier believes the difference between a solid points-scoring result in Brazil and a point-less afternoon could come down to taking a gamble or two that pay off.
Having secured fourth place in the Constructors’ Championship, Force India have more “freedom” to take risks in the final two grands prix of this season.
Max Verstappen made a name for himself as a driver who thrives in wet conditions as he charged through the field to take P3 at last year’s Brazilian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne believe there is a “good chance” of McLaren scoring points in Brazil, they just need to start where they qualify.
Heading into the third race in his F1 career, Brendon Hartley is “starting to feel at home” while Pierre Gasly is hoping that “anything can happen” in Brazil.
Although Nico Hulkenberg has special memories of the Interlagos circuit, it is not a favourite with his new team-mate Carlos Sainz.
Both Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon would welcome rain at the Brazilian Grand Prix as it creates more opportunities for F1’s midfield teams.
Heading to Brazil for the penultimate race of this season, Haas need to “get everything out” of their VF-17 as they look to overhaul Renault in the midfield battle.
Red Bull could add to their growing tally of race wins before this season is over; that’s according to Christian Horner.
The Brazilian GP, which takes place at the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace in Sao Paulo, marks the penultimate round of the 2017 Formula 1 calendar.
Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen head to Brazil feeling “positive” about Red Bull’s chances of a great result.