Only one person correctly predicted the entire top five for the Brazilian Grand Prix and scooped the top prize in the penultimate round.
The Brazilian Grand Prix ended with an emotional exchange between Felipe Massa and his son Felipinho. Here are all the radio messages from the race.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2017 Brazilian Grand Prix weekend.
Felipe Massa and Sebastian Vettel were F1 Fanatic’s star performers of the Brazilian Grand Prix weekend. Here’s why.
Kimi Raikkonen continued to extend his record for most consecutive podium finishes without a win in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas admitted he’d lost his chance to win the Brazilian Grand Prix at the first corner. Here are the team radio highlights from the race.
Mercedes didn’t take their fourth title by giving victories away. But this, their seventh defeat of 2017, was undoubtedly a win which got away from them.
Who was the best driver during the 2017 Brazilian Grand Prix weekend? Compare how they did and vote for the best.
Lewis Hamilton finished the Brazilian Grand Prix within six seconds of winner Sebastian Vettel despite starting from the pit lane.
There was little variation in the strategies at Interlagos where only four drivers chose not to start the race on super-soft tyres,
Max Verstappen broke the Interlagos lap record during today’s Brazilian Grand Prix, but the Red Bull driver couldn’t run consistently at that pace.
Sebastian Vettel won the Brazilian Grand Prix after passing Valtteri Bottas at the start of the race while Lewis Hamilton recovered to fourth.
Sebastian Vettel has almost secured second place in the drivers’ championship by beating Valtteri Bottas to victory in Brazil.
Sebastian Vettel won the Brazilian Grand Prix ahead of Valtteri Bottas, and Kimi Raikkonen. Lewis Hamilton finished fourth after starting in the pits.
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The 2017 Brazilian Grand Prix in pictures.
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Valtteri Bottas leads the Ferraris at the front of the grid for the Brazilian Grand Prix and all three drivers are looking for their first win since the summer break.
Although a Mercedes is on pole position again in Brazil they’ve made less progress and this track than every other team, with one exception.
Valtteri Bottas paid tribute to his team, some of which had been victims of an armed mugging the night before, after taking pole position in Brazil.