For the second year the Interlagos crowd will watch a home driver try to stop a British rival from winning the championship. Last year it was Felipe Massa and Lewis Hamilton – this time it’s between Rubens Barrichello and Jenson Button. Sebastian Vettel could also have a say, but his chances of stopping Button are … Continue reading How the titles can be won in Brazil
It’s the two titans of the sport: Ferrari and McLaren, who between them have won 374 Grands Prix and 24 constructors’ championships. But not this year. The 2009 constructors’ championship trophy is not destined for Maranello or Woking. The two teams are fighting as hard as ever – but this time it’s for third place.