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Serra is 3rd in Interlagos and wins Stock Car Brasil title

Despite not winning the race, Serra confirms favoritism and wins the Brazilian Stock Car Championship

Mauricio exceeds Serra by 6 milliseconds and is pole in Interlagos

The Championship-leader's teammate, Ricardo Mauricio, "steals the scene" in this Saturday's qualifying

Brazil given security prompt after F1 robbery scares

The promoter of Formula 1’s Brazilian Grand Prix has been issued with a series of security recommendations in the wake of the problems surrounding this year’s race.

Story behind the photo: Vettel and Ferrari return to winning ways

After every grand prix, ace photographer Mark Sutton of Sutton Images gives us a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to cover Formula 1 from behind the lens.

The rules flaw that caused F1's latest civil war

Renault and Toro Rosso engaged in civil war over the Brazilian GP in F1's latest political wrangle. Most disputes have their roots in the same regulation flaw, says former F1 technical director Gary Anderson.

Strategy Report: Dramatic moves with nothing to lose

James Allen takes a strategic review of the Brazilian Grand Prix, where the end-of-term feel was apparent in the teams’ grand designs.

Tech analysis: The 2018 F1 season starts here

With both championships already decided, Formula 1 teams are taking advantage of the final two races to look at and understand set-up that they can't normally explore during the course of a race weekend.

Nov 13, 2017

The chronic weaknesses that cost Mercedes the Brazilian GP

Ferrari's three-month Formula 1 victory drought ending in the Brazilian Grand Prix was mostly down to two Mercedes shortcomings – one in the cockpit, one in the car – that have been plain to see all season…

Brazilian Grand Prix driver ratings

Several drivers came very close to perfection during the Brazilian Grand Prix weekend, but they all let themselves down at some point at Interlagos...

Bottas' performance in Brazil "embarrassing" - Villeneuve

Valtteri Bottas's performance in the Brazilian Grand Prix was "embarrassing" and the level of a "number two" driver, says 1997 Formula 1 world champion Jacques Villeneuve.

"Conservative" engine mode hurt Red Bull in Brazil

Red Bull says that a combination of track characteristics and being forced to run conservative engine modes were to blame for its failure to challenge Mercedes and Ferrari in the Brazilian Grand Prix.

Analysis: How Hamilton went from last to fourth in Brazil

Lewis Hamilton didn't win the Brazilian Grand Prix, but with a stirring drive from the back of the grid to fourth place, he made it perfectly clear that had he started anywhere near the front he would have won, and won comfortably.

F1 stewarding inconsistency getting worse, says Steiner

Haas team principal Gunther Steiner has criticised Formula 1's stewards for a lack of consistency after Romain Grosjean was penalised in the Brazilian Grand Prix.

"Astonishing" Hamilton could have won in Brazil - Wolff

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff reckons Lewis Hamilton had the potential to win Formula 1's Brazilian Grand Prix from the pitlane after his "astonishing" drive that just fell short of a podium.

Brazilian GP: Issue #22 of GP Gazette now online

Check out Issue #22 of GP Gazette, from the makers of Motorsport.com, an in-depth eMagazine covering all the action from an action-packed Brazilian Grand Prix.

Brazilian GP: Post-race press conference

DRIVERS: 1 – Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari), 2 – Valtteri BOTTAS (Mercedes), 3 – Kimi RÄIKKÖNEN (Ferrari).

Opinion: Why Ferrari can smile again after title defeat

James Allen gives his take on the Brazilian Grand Prix, as Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari bounced back from their disappointment in Mexico.

Pirelli staff targeted by robbers in latest Brazil attack

Brazilian Grand Prix organisers are likely to face further questions about why security was such a failure at last weekend’s event – following another attack on Sunday night.

Grosjean "struggling to understand" Ocon clash penalty

Romain Grosjean says he is "struggling to understand" why he was handed a penalty for his clash with Esteban Ocon at the start of the Brazilian Grand Prix.

Gasly "completely lost power" 200 metres before finish

Toro Rosso driver Pierre Gasly has revealed he "completely lost power" from his Renault engine 200 metres before the finish line on the final lap of Formula 1's Brazilian Grand Prix.

Magnussen didn’t see Ricciardo in three-way clash with Vandoorne

Brazilian Grand Prix stewards have deemed the three-way collision on the opening lap at Interlagos’s Turn 2, which took Kevin Magnussen and Stoffel Vandoorne out of the race, to be a racing incident.

Alonso: Honda's lack of power "worrying for Toro Rosso"

Fernando Alonso reckons the Toro Rosso Formula 1 team should be worried about the Honda engine's lack of power following a frustrating Brazilian Grand Prix.

Hamilton: I was quickest "by a long way" in Brazilian GP

Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton feels he was quickest “by a long way” in the Brazilian Grand Prix, as he fought his way through to fourth place from a pitlane start.

Bottas says he "lost" the Brazilian GP at first corner

A disappointed Valtteri Bottas admitted he lost the Brazilian Grand Prix by getting a poor start and letting eventual winner Sebastian Vettel beat him into the first corner.