The Brazilian Grand Prix saw the end of an era as Michael Schumacher retired from Formula One.
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo demanded improvements at the team over the winter after Fernando Alonso failed to win the drivers’ championship in Brazil.
Who had the best race weekend in Brazil? Compare all the drivers’ performances and vote for who you think was the best driver of the Brazilian Grand Prix weekend.
Michael Schumacher finished his final F1 race where he started his first one, in seventh place. Here’s all the facts and stats from the Brazilan Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso was in position to win the world championship at two different points during the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Nico Hulkenberg wasn’t the only driver who impressed with his speed in the wet conditions – Jean-Eric Vergne did as well.
Sebastian Vettel’s championship hopes were almost wrecked when a fault on his radio led to him making a slow extra pit stop late in the race.
In the round-up: Hamilton unhappy with Hulkenberg ?σΤιΌ?σ Alonso questions Vettel’s Japan reprimand ?σΤιΌ?σ Button on “toughest race”