Who was the most impressive driver throughout the Brazilian Grand Prix weekend?
See below for my pick of the best drivers in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Review each driver’s race weekend in detail below and vote for who you thought was the most impressive driver.
For your consideration
Here are some of the drivers who impressed me during the Brazilian Grand Prix weekend:
Mark Webber – There’ve been plenty of occasions this year where he wouldn’t have been close enough to Vettel to inherit a win, but he was on better form in Brazil.
Sebastian Vettel – Still finished a solid second despite having to nurse his car home.
Fernando Alonso – Hounded Button early in the race and passed the McLaren, but had to surrender the position later on.
Adrian Sutil – Ended his season in style with an excellent sixth place, passing Rosberg on the way.
Kamui Kobayashi – Didn’t qualify well but took a vital ninth place under pressure to keep Sauber ahead of Toro Rosso in the constructors’ championship.
Compare all the drivers
Review what happened to each driver over the race weekend and compare their performances with their team mates using the links below:
Red Bull team review
McLaren team review
Ferrari team review
Mercedes team review
Renault team review
Williams team review
Force India team review
Sauber team review
Toro Rosso team review
Lotus team review
HRT team review
Virgin team review
Vote for your driver of the weekend
Which driver impressed you the most throughout the Grand Prix weekend? Cast your vote below and have your say in the comments.
Rate the Race: Brazilian Grand Prix
Don’t forget to cast your vote in the ‘rate the race’ poll as well:
2011 Brazilian Grand Prix
- Sutil voted Driver of the Weekend for Brazil
- Vettel “definitely affected” by gearbox problem – Webber
- 2011 Brazilian Grand Prix: complete race weekend review
- Vote for Brazilian GP driver of the weekend
- Red Bull: Gearbox glitch hands win to Webber
- McLaren: Button wanted to pass Alonso without using DRS
- Massa makes 100 Ferrari starts but no podium
- Ferrari: Alonso slips back on medium tyres
- Mercedes: Two-stop strategy leaves Rosberg vulnerable
- Force India: Sutil equals best result of the year
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