Michael Schumacher’s pursuit of his first world championship as a Ferrari driver took another step forward 20 years ago today in Brazil, while McLaren were stung by a disqualification.
Max Verstappen, Carlos Sainz Jnr and Pierre Gasly were RaceFans’ Star Performers of the Brazilian Grand Prix. Here’s why.
Mercedes threw everything at Red Bull in their attempt to get Lewis Hamilton ahead of Max Verstappen and came up short. But for Ferrari, Brazil was an abject disaster.
The didn’t get to stand on the podium officially, but McLaren scored their first top three finish for over 2,000 days in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
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Unusually the top three drivers in the Brazilian Grand Prix all made different numbers of pit stops during the race.
Max Verstappen passes Lewis Hamilton twice, the Mercedes driver hit Alexander Albon and the Ferrari drivers collided in a dramatic Brazilian Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen moves 11 points ahead of Charles Leclerc in the fight for third place in the drivers’ championship after winning the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen won the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix for Red Bull-Honda ahead of Pierre Gasly and Lewis Hamilton.
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Three different cars in the top three and changing weather conditions look like a recipe for an exciting Brazilian Grand Prix.
Only two teams are quicker in Brazil this year than they were in 2018 – McLaren and pole position winners Red Bull.
Max Verstappen led all three stages of qualifying at Interlagos to take pole position for the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen leads the provisional grid for the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix.
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Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen ended the final practice session on top of the times, but Ferrari also looked quick ahead of qualifying.
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Brazil should see one of the closest qualifying sessions of the year, and the power of the slipstream could play a decisive role.