Brazilian GP (2015)
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Felipe Massa is adamant that his tyres were fully legal in the Brazilian Grand Prix, despite the FIA excluding the Williams driver from his eighth place after a temperature and pressure anomaly was recorded prior to the race.
Williams has decided not to appeal against the FIA's decision to exclude Felipe Massa from his eighth place in the Brazilian Grand Prix for a tyre temperature and pressure irregularity.
Ferrari technical director James Allison says that Sebastian Vettel's strong performance in Brazil has given the Italian squad renewed hope about its prospects for 2016.
Fernando Alonso, a deck chair and a hashtag is all it took to make social media explode during the Brazilian Grand Prix, showing the potential of a tool Formula 1 has yet to unlock, says Jonathan Noble.
Mercedes says criticisms about its stance on strategy need to be put in context, because it could have chosen to go down the route of having number one and number two drivers instead.
Max Verstappen thinks it is unfair to contrast his overtaking moves in the Brazilian Grand Prix with the struggles that Lewis Hamilton had against teammate Nico Rosberg.
The American driver leaves Brazil extremely positive about his performance within the team since his debut in Singapore.
A frustrated Lewis Hamilton asked Mercedes for an alternative strategy to beat teammate Nico Rosberg in the Brazilian Grand Prix. But, as Adam Cooper explains, that would not have worked out for the world champion.
Nico Rosberg's recent uplift in form could be the result of a new approach that came about after his first corner clash with Lewis Hamilton in Austin, reckons his boss Toto Wolff.
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Force India achieved its highest-ever constructors' championship position of fifth place in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
The race stewards excluded Felipe Massa from the results after his right rear tyre was believed to be in excess of the 110-degree Celsius limit prior to the race. The team has served notice of an appeal.
Sebastian Vettel third for thirteenth podium this season, ahead of Kimi Raikkonen
Lotus driver Pastor Maldonado has defended his move on Sauber's Marcus Ericsson that netted the Venezuelan a five-second penalty in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Mercedes has ruled out any talk of allowing drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg any more freedom in picking strategies in a bid to beat each other.
Nico Hulkenberg raced to sixth place in the Brazilian GP ahead of Sergio Perez in P13.